No the problem is that most blissfully ignore the real math that says that their systems will lose in the long run. Any math that says otherwise is make believe. It's very simple to build a roulette system that will win 99% of the time. Unfortunately that one percent of the time when it doesn't win destroys the other 99%, and that's the math that REALLY MATTERS!

If you have a system that wins 99% of the time and can't make money that is big problem. You are not thinking in terms of business, you are thinking like a gambler. You have to understand your system, know it's limitations, calculate projected profits, expect losses as expenses you need to conduct business.

People don't go into business and expect to make all their profit overnight, yet all so called professionals gamblers expect a continuous million spin profit. Even the most successful businesses ever have off days, weeks even months and years. They analyse, they make a plan then they make it work. Think like a business man, accountant, analyst. Not like a gambler.

If you can't make money with a system that wins 99% of the time General, I really pity you. Maybe take some business courses, it may help you.