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Roulette Sniper

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by angelfire, Jan 27, 2009.

    Jan 27, 2009
  1. angelfire

    angelfire Dormant account

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    Hi everyone,

    I just wondered if anyone would like to give their opinion on this software that someone is selling on the net, its all over Google when you're looking for roulette software, its called Roulette Sniper.

    Basically, this guy has software which he is selling for $39 and says its %100 risk free and it'll make you win on online roulette.

    Has anyone come across this site or this software and knows anything about it? He says its legal but I'm wondering if it is.

    Apart from the issue that he is selling this software and not giving it away for free makes me wonder, surely if he is winning thousands of dollars every day why does he want $39!

    Also, there's the fact that any online casino will ban you if you use this software, something he obscurely mentions.

    It all makes me wonder and I just wanted to see what anyone thought on this topic.

    Sorry for being a complete newbie in asking this, maybe its been covered before but I couldn't find any threads, if anyone has any old threads they can post up I'd appreciate it,

    Thanks,

    Dan
     
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  2. Jan 27, 2009
  3. 1819

    1819 Dormant account

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    39 bucks thrown out the window... stick with your gut. it is a scam........
     
  4. Jan 27, 2009
  5. lots0

    lots0 Banned User - troll posts - flaming

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    I can't believe people still fall for this crap.

    It is a scam and you should disable the link.
     
  6. Jan 28, 2009
  7. kmay87

    kmay87 Meister Member PABnononaccred PABaccred2

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    All these systems, are, to put it bluntly, CRAP.

    For a start, he suggests to take to Golden Palace signup bonus, which has banned roulette for as long as I can remember, then he says it isn't the Martingale system, but it is, just a different variation, but to top it all off, I'm amazed at Santiago. Either someone sold his picture and name to some internet site, or he's bought and won using virtually every roulette pdf and strategy guide going.
     
  8. Jan 28, 2009
  9. 1819

    1819 Dormant account

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    lol. i like the moron that said he is making a ton of money please sell him something else...??????? isnt the roulette system the only money making tool he'll ever need?
     
  10. Jan 28, 2009
  11. angelfire

    angelfire Dormant account

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    Hi guys,

    thanks for the responses! I wasn't thinking it was a scam, just that it was illegal in some way or downright didn't work, software that allows you to win each time as it tampers with the roulette wheel etc.

    I thought it was dodgy, how does a scam like this work then? Does he fake the testimonials and utube comments which were positive?

    If Golden Palace Casino doesn't allow roulette, wtf is this guy doing saying his software works best there.

    btw I wasn't aware that putting up a link even if it is a scam was against the forums policies, I must have missed that, I'll happily edit the link out if any of the mods want it removed.

    On the one hand, it would be good for newbies to see this kind of website, so they don't fall for it.

    Dan
     
  12. Jan 28, 2009
  13. kmay87

    kmay87 Meister Member PABnononaccred PABaccred2

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    No idea what it does without buying it, and I don't intend to. But that Santiago guy I've seen many times before. Quite simply, there is no way to cheat at roulette, aside from going in a B&M casino and tampering with the ball or wheel.

    But Golden Palace = referrals = $$$$$
    And a link to the site on here = $$$$$

    All to some guy who's basically conning people with a system that 'guarantees to work'.

    Why not just hxxp the link so it doesn't automatically forward to the site? Otherwise I'm sure the mods are going to come along and do it.
     
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  14. Jan 28, 2009
  15. tofu23

    tofu23 Banned User

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    As KMAY87 pointed out above, the scammer bites you twice. First the $39 which is a waste of cash, Secondly, your initial deposit tagged with a bonus that prohibits play on Roulette.

    When you lose deposit monies he nets a percentage of your loss from his affiliate agreement with the "recommended" casinos.

    BTW - no casino is going to ban anyone using this contraption. There's a sign on a Las Vegas motel room wall that reads,

    "If you want to try your luck at our tables - You're Welcome. If you have a system - stay right where you are!! We'll send a limmo 'round to get you."

    .
     
  16. Jan 28, 2009
  17. angelfire

    angelfire Dormant account

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    Hi there,

    I've edited out the link, didn't know about this kind of thing so I'm new to it, so thanks for the heads up.

    If he's scamming people why is he giving away a free trial of the software? Is it bogus or something?

    Again, sorry for the obvious questions, just wondered what this was all about.

    Dan
     
  18. Jan 28, 2009
  19. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount.

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    Why not? It's a win/win situation for him.

    #1 It's his GP affiliate account you're signing up under
    #2 you buy his system, he makes $39
    #3 you deposit, he makes a %
    #4 you win, casino removes your winnings because you played a restricted game, so he never has to worry about your deposit &/or winnings being deducted from his affiliate acct...see #3
    #5 you go to get a refund after having your winnings removed - he says no way! why? because technically you won.....it's a different story about actually receiving your winnings from the casino....


    word to the wise - if someone says they have a winning system and wants to sell it to you, RUN AWAY FAST!
     
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  20. Jan 28, 2009
  21. bakonlin

    bakonlin Dormant account

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    Roulette snipper

    I bought it,I found that this is a bullshit software based on Martingale system.I did not make any winning using this software


     
  22. Jan 28, 2009
  23. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount.

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    You know what would be interesting?

    Find out what his affiliate ID is, and report his ass to GP....let's see if they do anything about it.....when all is said and done, he's encouraging people to break their T&C.
     
  24. Jan 28, 2009
  25. angelfire

    angelfire Dormant account

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    I'm so sorry to hear that, this is one of the reasons I wanted to put up a thread, just to maybe warn a few people who are new to roulette, incase they consider buying.

    I bet you didn't get a refund either, and as the posters on here have already said, its a scam, one which I wasn't aware of. I first saw it on utube and I wonder if he signed up for multiple accounts on there to leave positive responses?

    I think this kind of thing is disgusting, considering his real intentions for selling this 'software', making money off people being referred to recommended casinos.

    I also didn't realise it was based on the Martingale system, a very dangerous strategy.

    Yes, I wish someone would report him, its all over the net.

    Dan
     
  26. Jan 28, 2009
  27. LOOKAWAY

    LOOKAWAY Senior Wember PABnonaccred

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    I have a winning system, i am willing to kidnap KasinoKing and sale for $777, If i dont get the full price for the whole guy, i am thinking of selling of in parts like a better version of the ole lucky rabbits foot. :D
     
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  28. Jan 28, 2009
  29. SlotMonster

    SlotMonster Twitch Streamer - Affiliate webmeister

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    angelfire, believe me: all these systems are crap! Imagine that someone invented really winning system for Roulette. Do you think they would be selling it to anyone? And for 39 bucks? NO WAY! If they would invented such a system, they would be smart enough to use it itself ONLY!
    So if you really love to play Roulette, I would suggest to play in land-based casinos, or in online casinos which offer Live Roulette (like bet365), or in casinos which offer Randomness Control (like BetVoyager). And if you are not high roller, bet365 has 0.25$ - 25$ (Straight Up bet) table limits, BetVoyager has 0.01 euro - 100 euro (Straight Up bet) table limits.
     
  30. Jan 28, 2009
  31. angelfire

    angelfire Dormant account

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    Hi SlotMonster, yeah you're right thanks, 'winning systems' like this are completely bogus. I don't really prefer roulette to any other game, its just I don't know much about card games, and arcade and slot games seem very luck based, so I've just played roulette so far. Thanks for the advise about each casino though, and where to play, I might come back to it.

    Actually the reason why I thought this software was possibly illegal because I thought that when you installed it, it then interfered with the casino, like a hacking device, and I thought while reading the website (the very bogus scamming website lol) I thought it meant that the software would tell the ball where to land, and that's where you would place your bet. Now, that sounded %100 risk free! And that's why I posted it up here, because I couldn't believe he was getting away with it.

    Now of course I realise after the posts on here that its just a variation of the Martingale system, and now everything becomes clear, who on earth would pay for this piece of nonsense software?

    I wanted to see what the software was about so I got hold of the free trial, and it was ridiculous, basically calculating when to place a bet, and if its calculation is wrong, then keep doubling your bets, and, as we all know, possibilities are infinate on a roulette wheel, no wonder baconlin didn't win a penny, unlike the so called testimonials on that website I removed the link for.

    Again, baconlin, I really am saddened you were conned. You're not alone, last year I was new to online gaming and I saw a website and I thought it was great, it said I had a %97 chance of winning basically doubling my bets, the Martingale system, little knowing its downfalls. I took the website's advise to click on a recomended casino and deposit 40 to gett a %100 bonues (big mistake).

    Months later I was upto 1600 after playing roulette and tried to withdraw, only to have my winnings confiscated, and a polite email saying they would refund me but I wouldn't get paid any winnings as I was playing a restricted game. I think the website was ProCashSystem or something like that.

    Anyway, you live and learn! From now I'm sticking to learning blackjack.

    Dan
     
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  32. Jan 28, 2009
  33. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

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    Why do you say that?
    Are you saying that online casino can have rigged roulette, but that real B&Ms or live video feed from a real wheel can not be rigged?

    Personally I don't see the difference. Players have a simple decision no matter how they are playing any casino games; either you trust that they are not rigged and do play, or you don't play.

    I admit I have not fully studied RC yet, is it really 100% non-riggable, or is that just what BetVoyager want us to believe...?

    All the other replies about roulette scams are spot on! :thumbsup:
    Oh for the day when these scammers give it up & get a real life!

    KK
     
  34. Jan 28, 2009
  35. angelfire

    angelfire Dormant account

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    Lol, yeah, couldn't they just give it a rest.
     
  36. Jan 29, 2009
  37. kmay87

    kmay87 Meister Member PABnononaccred PABaccred2

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    The problem with these schemes is that they can be worded in such a way, you believe them to be true.

    To go slightly off topic, a little while ago I was, conned shall we say, into getting a speeding ticket. Without going through all the details, I found an ebook, written by a ex traffic cop, who for 19.95 or whatever it was would detail to you the 'secrets' that would get you off scot-free. These were secrets not even motoring lawyers knew. And so it went on. I was in need, and this seemed like the answer. There were even other websites and forums that said about how good it was. So I was taken by it.

    After donating my money to him, the book duely arrived, and what was the secret? There wasn't one. He suggests not to respond to the letter legally requiring you to give the details they ask, if it proceeds further, say 'I didn't get it' and so forth. In the hope they would give up. Obviously not using those words, but that's what it said. Hmmm, so I pretend a letter didn't arrive, which automatically warrants a 1000 fine and 6 penalty points, on top of those for the offence:eek:

    The same principle applies here. People who go searching for these systems want to make money quick, some probably will. But how can you programme a program (awful English there) with data that is random? Sure, as Martingale says, the probability of the ball landing on red 7 times in a row is so minor that you should bet your life savings on black, but we've all seen it happen.

    Those who create these sites know people are going to buy into this. You always see that says 'enter your email here' and they will send you a link to download the trial. But you can enter anything in that box and it will take you to the same screen. But it gives the owner your email address. Again, email = $$$$$. All these scams look the same anyway - preposterious claims of winning hundreds of thousands in a few weeks, no risk, and a load of corny pictures from a handful of dimwits who supposedly bought and loved the program.

    As others have said, there is no way to beat the casinos. And even if it did work, this 'program' is a bot = :mad: when the casino finds out.

    As you've posted a few times about similar topics, I'm guessing that perhaps you are trying to find a way of beating the casino. I'd say don't bother. Sure there are a few strategies of using bonuses to 'attempt' to make a profit, but ultimately, unless you have some major stroke of luck, you won't ever make enough in a life-changing way. It might seem like a good idea to try and make a little bit here and there, pay for this bill, add to that holiday fund, but rather than increasing your income, it's more than likely going to decrease it. And that gives even more of a reason to go chasing for these systems.

    That's what makes these a vicious circle. Google has hundreds upon hundreds of different search results to make easy money. Whether it be casinos, the stock market, eBay, surveys, you name it, there's someone who's selling. Money, especially during these times, is hard to come by. Don't go giving it to these clowns :D
     
  38. Jan 29, 2009
  39. lots0

    lots0 Banned User - troll posts - flaming

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    Never happen as long as there are so many foolish people that are so easily parted from their money. ;)

    We as a society have tried just about everything we could to stop spammers and con men, without any success at all.

    I have begun to think it would be far easier to educate the ignorant and protect the foolish from themselves than to try to stop determined people from "getting over on" those same ignorant and foolish people.

    My 2 cents
     

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