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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Aug 12, 12:02 PM 2020
hello everyone

I  searched for his video DVD Anatomy of Roulette  ,all links is gone and deleted , I already very likeed to buy his system , but price was very high and out from my budget , now I see people said he is scammer , so i ask someone to send me video private message PM  or anything other link on the NET  , I found his software on the website https://www.adrianbuzanscam.com/downloads/  , but all videos is deleted .

I am very thankful if someone help me to download his video. and I read all forums about him , but finally can't decide he is scammer or he is really professional gambler roulette .

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Aug 14, 04:53 AM 2020
Hello Everyone.

I follow and review all systems and comments here from long time. I started to play roulette since 2012. Now almost 8 years. I lost totally $ 150,000. Never win therefore I thought this casino is not help for players. Then I have decided to stop. However since Im adicted want to play again and again. Finally I found the system its real and check with the history records and all had won. However I want to say 2 things for everyone.
1. Roulette game, wheel, table, method all are work as human brains therefore system cant beat the roulette. Therefore dont buy any softwear which will never make you win.
2. Don't lost your control infornt of the game and therefore continous leaning studying are very important. Then you can see the results.
Please understand I cant give you a tips on it until I recover my losses. After that surey I will help other players. Based on my plan it will take 15 months to recover my losses. I don't sell it will give for free. Why I want to tell now? Becos I want all you guys away from the software systems, but human brain or thinking systems are ok to follow.

onlinemelk

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Aug 14, 05:06 PM 2020
Hello

After I lost huge money on roullete, I back to the sports betting ,I am very satisfy , on sports betting you have better chance to win ,you can see match then bet ,you can reback your choice if isn't good even. and there is no way to lose huge money on sports betting  .  but still I love roulette , roulette is lovely game , but i think you should play it for fun , you can't create system to beat roulette for a long time . I see IGANTUS create hundered system but he isn't successfull on the internet .

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Sep 18, 10:54 AM 2020
I have a variety of technology but my focus is www.roulette-computers.com
From my understanding, the roulette computers generate a value of -2.7% for the European wheel and -5.26% for the American.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Sep 20, 07:13 PM 2020
Pepper, the values you mentioned are the house edge. Computers give players an edge usually between +15% to +80%.

Basically they can easily beat almost every wheel. The problem isnt beating the wheel - its avoiding detection. But that's not difficult. You mostly need to deliberately lose a bit and limit winnings.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Sep 20, 07:51 PM 2020
Pepper, the values you mentioned are the house edge. Computers give players an edge usually between +15% to +80%.

Basically they can easily beat almost every wheel. The problem isnt beating the wheel - its avoiding detection. But that's not difficult. You mostly need to deliberately lose a bit and limit winnings.
Casino operators claim they're not worried about roulette computers. This is strange because they're worried about card counters, who only gain a slim .5%-1% edge. You are claiming a massive edge.

At roulette tables, the dealers are very snappy for people to put their phones away, though, so there must be some worry.

If you computers were/are genuine, one could easily win and avoid detection by just hitting a couple numbers and leaving and not returning to the same casino. You wouldn't have to deliberately lose anything. You just have to not be a greedy idiot.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Sep 20, 08:05 PM 2020
If you computers were/are genuine, one could easily win and avoid detection by just hitting a couple numbers and leaving and not returning to the same casino.

We do that. But before the betting phase, you need enough data to understand the wheel. That could take 15 spins for easy wheels, or 70 for harder wheels.

The science behind computers is not complicated. I've been doing this a long time and get asked the same questions many times.

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Re: Tips To Avoid Roulette Scams
Sep 20, 08:08 PM 2020
Casino operators claim they're not worried about roulette computers

Nonsense. Wheel designers create technology like RRS specifically because of computers. But those wheels are very rare anyway as they lose trust from normal players, which loses casinos more money than they're trying to save. Card counting nowhere near comes close to what roulette computers do.

I could write a very long book about everything I've experienced and know about this. And I've said much of it before, many times. If you want to know more about computers, there's ample information on my websites and in past posts.