If you only read one part of the guide, please read this.
Please do read this article with uttermost attention: the knowledge contained in this article will help you to save a whole lot of money and in the very best case you will be able to successfully prosecute scammers and claim financial losses as a direct result of misleading advertisement applied by the seller. We URGE players who were the victim of scams to follow the advice at the end of this article very carefully and press charges to authority instead of going for the ‘money-back guarantee’ statement which can be found on numerous sellers websites.
The often stated ‘money-back guarantee’ is a scam in itself, because the nature of the game of roulette makes it mathematically IMPOSSIBLE for the regular player (unless you would have advanced mathematical, statistical and programming skills in which case you wouldn’t buy ANY system) to seriously evaluate if a system or device is living up to the expectation created by the seller in order to sell you the system or device in the first place. The time needed to really play the system or use the device on a large sample basis in a real environment would exceed the ‘money back’ time span.
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People deal in different ways with the primitive urge to get our literally mind-altering chemicals flowing: some will literally risk there lives in driving over the speed limit, extreme sports, others do so competing in business, while gambling introduces an entertainment fashion of dealing with risk.
Many experienced roulette players use the affordable software Roulette Xtreme to test roulette strategies. Roulette Xtreme is not a system: it was designed to develop and test roulette systems using large amounts of spins.
You should always do this before heading out to the casino, BEFORE being convinced you have bought or developed a ‘certain win’ system. Many roulette strategies, often sold (expensively) and advertised as ‘certain win’ or ‘win millions’ roulette systems have been exposed to Roulette Xtreme as losing systems.
Roulette Xtreme is probably the only roulette tool which can save you money, because why would you play a roulette system for real cash if you KNOW it’s going to lose anyway and it’s only a matter of time before the bankroll tumbles down?
Roulette Xtreme is the best and most convenient roulette analysis software which is currently available on the internet and represents the greatest fear of roulette strategy sellers. It has a large user base, giving you access to hundreds if not thousands of systems by now. Roulette Xtreme will relentlessly test roulette strategies, showing you what could happen if you deploy a certain strategy in a real casino environment or online internet sessions.
And, we’re proud to say our statistician contributed to beta testing and statistically enhancing the new version, giving it two thumbs up. It was however not developed by us, so sadly we can not give it away for free but you’ll find the price very reasonable if you know it could literally save you tons of money if only you would test before using any roulette systems.
It is a add-on purchase program to Roulette Xtreme that will automatically play Roulette Xtreme roulette systems to supported online casinos. Once the program is connected, RX BOT will place any bets from the system and then either click the Spin button for RNG tables or wait for the Live dealer to spin the wheel Then once the roulette number appears, RX BOT will read the number and pass it to Roulette Xtreme for further system processing.
If the RouletteXtreme system is in ACTIVE mode, then the user’s system will play automatically on the supported online casino according to the rules of the system. However, if the system is in IN-ACTIVE mode, then RX BOT will be used to collect roulette numbers from the online casinos. This process is good if the user wants to test systems with real numbers from live casinos instead of using the built-in random number generator from Roulette Xtreme.
You’ll never find a better deal than this to prevent you would ever lose large amounts of money in the casino again: if you can not beat Roulette Xtreme, you won’t be able to cut it in real play as well. The prize is only $29,95 and it can be purchased online.
Having success in the short and medium time span (arbitrarily let’s say between 10.000 or 100.000 spins for respectively the short and medium time span, the long time span could take literally millions of placed bets) could all be a matter of having (very) good luck, which could have been achieved without any system, device or skill what so ever.
If you deploy a roulette strategy for real cash, without testing it first in Roulette Xtreme, by the time you’ll find out the strategy isn’t living up to the misleading advertisement claims from the scammer, chances are the scammer will already be gone, changed nicknames or websites, or the scammer will simply claim your ‘money-back guarantee’ has expired.
Some sellers even claimed analysis using a large number of spins was not ‘proof’ their product ‘didn’t work’, because they designed their system, strategy or device for a ‘real environment’. Nonsense, because Roulette Xtreme can use as well ‘real’ outcomes from tables in casino’s or randomly generates new outcomes just like online casinos software.
Of course, if you would test a certain strategy you bought or developed yourself in the casino, using real cash, it would take up a lot of time (and risk) before one could distinguish between luck and having an edge, by then the ‘money-back guarantee’ which some scammers offer would be expired.
Parallel with the phenomenal rise in the presence of the gambling industry, unfortunately, there is an even more devastating rise in all kinds of scammers and conmen who will advertise and sell gambling information, often for hefty prices.
Even asking hefty prices, besides the personal gain for the seller is a psychological sales seduction weapon: as a customer, you will be more inclined to think a product will be of better value because of the higher price tag. This is often the case when it comes to purchasing regular products, but when it comes to roulette systems, devices or literature this is certainly NOT the case.
It makes no difference what so ever if a seller only asks 25 $ or 10.000 $ for any gambling-related information: the moment the impression or suggestion is given the purchase of a system, device, whatever would lead to a completely risk-free road to riches, the seller becomes a scammer.
Please at all times use your common sense or use Roulette Xtreme to evaluate all kinds of claims by roulette strategy sellers. Never forget that the seller is out there to achieve personal financial gain: as such he will use any legal (and more often) illegal ways of advertising his product, making claims which would often need a complicated computer, -statistical- and probability analysis to seriously evaluate the claims after one has purchased the system.
Of course, most regular players are not up to this, so if the price tag isn’t too high, out of curiosity or being desperate to gain back losses one will buy and apply such a system, finally finding out the sellers’ claims do not hold to be true in the long run. In some cases, sellers will offer a money-back guarantee (often with a limited time span) but of course, this is the whole deal: it is IMPOSSIBLE in the short or medium run to seriously analyze certain claims. Unless you own a computer, have statistical and programming skills you will simply NOT be able to do so.
When it comes to visual prediction or computer ballistics the ONLY way to research claims is to observe a very large demonstration in the presence of the seller in a real casino environment. Even when numerous sessions would turn out to be positive, one would still not be able to fully statistically claim the system offers an edge because the sample space (which we have discussed earlier) would be too small to distinguish between having very good luck or really having an edge. At the very best one could say the results are more or less probable, which is not the same as stating the results were obtained as a direct result of the system, advice or device being used.
This could only be determined if one has a very large sample size (depending on the amount of numbers being played, flatbed or progression style, initial bankroll, amount of actually played spins, …). Most sellers are aware of this, and as such deliberately are speculating that the player wouldn’t find out in the short run the system or device isn’t working or at least not when the ‘money-back guarantee’ is still valid. Other sellers have installed ‘disclaimer’ pages, mentioning in small print that the advertisements should not be considered ‘factional’ or some variation in this. This simply means the advertisement is nothing but a lot of bullshit –excuse the language- to dazzle you into buying something that won’t live up to its expectation, otherwise, why would one place such a disclaimer?
We’ll tell you why: because they hope you will not read the small print, or they’ll mention the small print after you’ve lost your money.
Suppose someone found a sure strategy of winning each time he or she approached the tables. Well, what would you do: become a regular player visiting international casino’s merrily playing your road to riches while on route staying in expensive hotels, or would you spend lots of time in your room, hanging around in forums, setting up websites, advertising your sure win knowledge, hoping to make a few extra bucks on the side by selling your invention, spending large amounts of time convincing and luring people into purchasing your system or device?
Let’s face it: you would probably hope no one would find out, at best you would share your sure win knowledge with only a few selected close friends and relatives, hoping to make as much as you can before the casinos catch up or take countermeasures.
Someone who is very successful at gambling wouldn’t need the money from sales, nor would he or she spend energy to advertise their goods. Why should they if they could make far more by playing themselves?
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