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Test Your Strategy!
Jun 01, 11:30 AM 2011
Tired of manual testing? can't or won't code your own systems?

Help may be at hand...

There's a shiny new site just sprung up which through the use of simple and intuitive menus and text boxes, will enable anyone to create, test, and tweak a vast array of roulette systems. Not every possible system which could conceivably be created, but certainly enough (I'm talking millions, if you work out the combinations and permutations) to keep any system addict happy for hours on end.

One of the nice things about the software that is you can build a 'portfolio' of systems (up to 10 in a given run), and you can select events in the current strategy which will trigger the use of another system, and so on. It might be possible in this way to combat the truism - 'every system works some of the time, no system works all the time'. Worth a try anyway, and this software makes it easy.

When you've tested your system, check out the graphs and stats, it may give you clues as to how to improve your results.

There's also a chance to make money without even playing for real; every month there's a $100 prize for the top performing strategy. You have to sign up to take advantage of this, but note that it's not necessary to register to use the software, and in any case it's free.

The site is FREE to use, although there is an optional 'premium' membership ($5/month). For your $5 you get to 'follow' your strategies on a live casino. In other words, you can use the software as a 'tracker' which will automatically tell you what to bet (assuming of course, that you've put a strategy into the software).

As you've no doubt gathered, I'm enthusiastic about this site, and I'm sure you'll agree that it's pretty impressive. Let's hope it remains a free resource for roulette enthusiasts.

Go to - nolinks://nolinks.testmystrategy.com/

Be sure to watch the video tutorials, they're very clear and informative.

"The trouble isn't what we don't know, it's what we think we know that just ain't so!" - Mark Twain