« Last post by Steve on Today at 05:33:50 AM »
Even with an effective approach, most players do not succeed. It is not because the method doesnt work. It's usually things like they get bored, or dont have the patience. In the case of my system, you cant just walk up to any wheel and start winning a fortune. A lot of the time it is many hours of very tedious work, and it doesnt always work out. But when it does work out, it can be very rewarding. But still most people do not have the stamina for it. It largely depends on where you play though. Some places are very easy, some places are a real grind.
Some players can do say $100 in about a few hours with $1 units and they're happy. But it is much more viable to play with larger stakes. Although it depends on the technology/system you are using. You can play for many hours with the system and never raise suspicion. But your time is limited with the computer before you raise red flags (although they are quicker to use anyway).
I wouldnt say it takes X amount of years. In the right conditions with the right approach, you can beat a wheel consistently with literally a few minutes of training. If you are going to travel and scout for wheels, then you need money to start because the travel alone is expensive. And you cant play with small stakes or it wont be viable.
Most players dont want to travel, so they are stuck with whatever their local casino is like. An experienced player will see good opportunities. An inexperienced player will be lost and unable to see where an advantage is, and how to exploit it. That's the difference years of experience can make. But if the conditions are really bad in a casino, and you dont want to travel, then experience is not relevant.