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Deja Vu?
Aug 10, 04:56 AM 2015
Hi,

Our old friend Martin Silverthorne and his partners are at it again!

sharpshooterroulette.com

Don't be fooled - Simply a reboot of "SuperQuadsRoulette" now advertised under a different name

montecarlomultiplier.com

Huge advert for this! Took ages to scroll through all the guff.

There's a VERY SUSPECT (like all of theirs) video demo of it here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKvm4nWXigU

Apparently this works on roulette, craps, baccarat and sic bo!

And get this-
"Using a System Based on the Same Principles Used to Develop the First Atomic Bomb!"

"The Power Behind this Extraordinary System Comes From a Process So Powerful It Was Used to Develop the First Atomic Bomb!
In the mid 1940s a secret project was under way at Los Alamos National Laboratory.  Hidden in the mountaintop town of Los Alamos, New Mexico, it was so secret that even Harry Truman had never heard of it when he became president...."

AND SO IT GOES ON........ AND ON......  :smile:  :smile:

Couldn't help smiling a little whilst drinking my morning coffee as I read through all this  :twisted:

Works by betting BOTH sides of an EC... although why on earth he has not used DIFFERENTIAL betting God only knows!?

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Re: Deja Vu?
Aug 10, 02:06 PM 2015
Thanks for the heads-up.

That "powerful process" angle ought to bilk a few thousand out of the uninformed.

I'm sure some of the newbies on this forum are benefited by alerts like this. 

How do you even know about these kinds of shinanigans?

I was going to use an "abducted by aliens who gave me the secret formula for beating roulette" line on my new system, but now that I know I'll go on your watchdog list, I'll go find another forum to post it on. :lol: :lol:

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Re: Deja Vu?
Aug 27, 06:19 AM 2015
Silverthorne and Co. are at it again!
A NEW site called the "Devereux System" appears at:
http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/DevereuxSystem/

However - I discovered it is simply another alias for the existing "Bet Master" system at:
http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/BetMasterStrategy/

Be careful. Don't be fooled!

They are one and the same.

What really sucks and exposes the whole thing is that he has got SEVERAL repeat testimonials attesting to the success of them BOTH on each of the 2 site pages.
When you examine these you see that they spout exactly the same textual blurb - but are attributed to DIFFERENT named individual reviewers of the system(s)!!!!
A little bit careless, don't u think...

eg:
"Ron Has Won $87,984 as a Devereux System Player.  But he’s not done yet . . .

Ron S. plays roulette in both land-based and online casinos.  He is now adding mini-baccarat to his “tool chest” because this game is played faster than roulette.  At this point in his win plan he is concentrating on raising his hourly winning to even higher levels.  Ron calls it “getting more bang for the buck.”

So far, Ron has won $87,984.  He now is a $25 roulette bettor and is starting to play baccarat at the $10 level."

eg:
"Ken Has Won $87,984 as a Bet Master.  But he’s not done yet . . .

Ken S. plays roulette in both land-based and online casinos.  He is now adding mini-baccarat to his “tool chest” because this game is played faster than roulette.  At this point in his win plan he is concentrating on raising his hourly winning to even higher levels.  Ken calls it “getting more bang for the buck.”

So far, Ken has won $87,984.  He now is a $25 roulette bettor and is starting to play baccarat at the $10 level."

UHHH!? 2 different clients  - SAME review!

and there are others too...

Carl G. mysteriously changes to be Alex G.

Lyndsay becomes Emma

This should clear up the matter of their testimonials once and for all - if we did not already suspect it, that is!  :)

Take care,
A.

 

 

 
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Re: Deja Vu?
Sep 12, 07:34 AM 2015
Hi Any BLACKJACK enthusiasts,

FYI the new method announced very recently:
http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/SterlingStrategy/

This is just a rebrand of the existing 2012 strategy from Silverthorne:
http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/Formula57Blackjack/

Don't be fooled.

Dunno why they renamed it - My guess, knowing him, it more to do with sales techniques, market positioning and SEO reasons.  :)

Take care,
A.
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Re: Deja Vu?
Sep 23, 05:30 AM 2015
Hi any BLACKJACK players,

FYI, this new method announced recently:

http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/Seven-BetBlackjack/   

This appears to be the same strategy he published in 2012 under a different moniker:

http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/QuickStrikeBlackjack/ 

Don't be fooled!

Take care,
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Re: Deja Vu?
Oct 03, 06:35 AM 2015
Just released is: "Pattern Master Roulette!"

www.GamblersBookcase.com/PatternMasterRoulette

This seems to be simply just a reboot of their 2011 system:

"Hunter Roulette" under a different name...

See:

http://www.silverthornepublications.net/HunterRoulette/

Don't be fooled!

There's a video clip demo of it here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rC4lVLdwM4

Warning: Their vid examples never use a REAL roulette table and so it's hard to be in any way impressed or convinced.

Take care,
A.
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Re: Deja Vu?
Oct 03, 11:16 AM 2015
 :thumbsup:
Thanks for the heads up
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Re: Deja Vu?
Oct 20, 06:04 AM 2015
Hi,

The new site:

http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/StrikerBetting/

and accompanying baccarat video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2AbvX2dATQ

This just appears to be another latest reincarnation of an already previously existing system by them:

http://www.silverthornepublications.net/Six-BetBaccarat/

The text blurb is in many instances word for word and the testimonials are exactly the SAME.  :)

One thing puzzles me though - on the new site the inventor/originator is listed as George Stearn, whereas on the old site the system deviser is named as Andrew Devereau.... A surprising and perplexing inconsistency that rings alarm bells and hardly adds to the product authenticity!  I've seen their names before on his other system promotions and always doubted that they really ever existed at all!  Go figure...

Don't be fooled by this repackaging ploy.

Take care,
A.
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Re: Deja Vu?
Oct 27, 08:11 AM 2015
Another new(?) "system" of theirs has just surfaced...

http://www.streetsmartroulette.com/

plus what seems a  'dodgy' engineered video demo here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yU0W_jWGVI
A very short clip which shows and proves... well, nothing really.

This one appears to be based on the same principles as their Sharpshooter roulette (for quads) and rouletteformulaCBW (for lines) and in essence looks to be nothing really new.
It's like they thought "Hmmm... let's not miss a trick here - we'll make another one for the STREETS as well and charge $99 for that as well!"

All their systems seem to be around the same price point - $99 (currently)

Their familiar marketing statements and headlines are a bit over-the-top and beggar belief:

"Turn $50 Into $25,000 in the Next Two Days!"

"Proven to Perform with a Guaranteed 99.37% Win Rate!"

"In just three hours playing online I won $7,239!  And I did it making small bets!"

“Following your plan I was able to win $47,589 my first week"

"Yet because it is 100% legal there is not a thing the casinos can do to prevent you from winning!"
   :) :)

etc.. etc..

Members here can invest a little worthwhile time to search the many such street systems in the forum archives that are free of charge and without any dubious claims attached.

Take care,
A.
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Re: Deja Vu?
Oct 28, 11:30 AM 2015
Hi,

The Silverthorne "Bulgarian Trap" blackjack strategy below:

http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/BulgarianTrap/

This is none other than a repackage of the previously released "Shark Attack" blackjack strategy from 2011 here:

http://www.silverthornepublications.net/SharkAttackBlackjack/

Same testimonials and marketing guff on both of them!

I actually found the "Shark Attack" was downloadeable for free if you search on Google...  Maybe that's why they set up a new site for it??

Good luck  - if you ever decide to play it!  :)

Don't be fooled.

Take care,
A.
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Re: Deja Vu?
Oct 28, 11:56 AM 2015
I notice in many of his PDFs he promotes certain casinos.

He probably is paid by them too.
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: Deja Vu?
Nov 13, 10:36 AM 2015
The latest video by them is:

http://www.targetblackjack.com/

This very much seems to be a rename of an earlier released one:

http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/Five-CountBaccarat/

Don't be fooled!

Take care.

A.
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Re: Deja Vu?
Nov 13, 10:47 PM 2015
here is street smart roulette streetsmartroulette.com/dnStrSmRorf10125Tfg9nV.htm

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Re: Deja Vu?
Nov 13, 10:54 PM 2015
here is street smart roulette streetsmartroulette.com/dnStrSmRorf10125Tfg9nV.htm

More junk. Thanks.

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Re: Deja Vu?
Nov 18, 01:47 PM 2015
Thanks zolrais,

The latest news from them is:

http://www.gamblersbookcase.com/CooperFormulaBaccarat/

Be aware this is NOT something new at all. It's simply a reboot of Trace Cooper's Tri-Power baccarat from 2011:

http://www.silverthornepublications.net/Tri-PowerBacc/

Seaching from google, I even found a page where you could download it...

Compare the 2 sites - they are more or less word for word IDENTICAL!!

Don't be fooled!

Take care,
A.
Thru the darkness of Future Past the magician longs to see. One chants out between two worlds:
"Fire -- Walk with me!"


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