Apologies in advance
  • I recently discovered the world of casino gambling and am quickly trying to learn my way round the games and systems available. I have spent some time reading through the threads at this site, find it fascinating and am picking up some great tips. There are some people on this site that for no obvious benefit to themselves are sharing some valued opinions and making some very valid points in the aid of helping others in their game.

    Right that's the asskissing done.

    It is because of the quality of advice that I post this unreasonable request. My interests now lie in blackjack for obvious reasons, but I came across this roulette site and am keen to determine its validity.

    http://www.roulette-advantage.com

    Essentially it is saying that by following the system you can unequivocally, if not slowly, win and build winnings at the roulette table of 5 select online casinos.

    Is this worth me pursuing or is it a waste of time? The worst that could happen is losing the $200 approx. opening deposits. This is small money but I hate the principle of falling for what might be a marketing ploy.

    Disclaimer: I fully appreciate this forum is for the discussion of blackjack and will totally understand if users prefer not deviate from this. As I say, I thought I'd give it a shot due to the quality of advice here. Maybe someone could reply to me personally if this is the case.
  • packet of chips said:
    I recently discovered the world of casino gambling and am quickly trying to learn my way round the games and systems available. I have spent some time reading through the threads at this site, find it fascinating and am picking up some great tips. There are some people on this site that for no obvious benefit to themselves are sharing some valued opinions and making some very valid points in the aid of helping others in their game.

    Right that's the asskissing done.

    It is because of the quality of advice that I post this unreasonable request. My interests now lie in blackjack for obvious reasons, but I came across this roulette site and am keen to determine its validity.

    http://www.roulette-advantage.com

    Essentially it is saying that by following the system you can unequivocally, if not slowly, win and build winnings at the roulette table of 5 select online casinos.

    Is this worth me pursuing or is it a waste of time? The worst that could happen is losing the $200 approx. opening deposits. This is small money but I hate the principle of falling for what might be a marketing ploy.

    Disclaimer: I fully appreciate this forum is for the discussion of blackjack and will totally understand if users prefer not deviate from this. As I say, I thought I'd give it a shot due to the quality of advice here. Maybe someone could reply to me personally if this is the case.

    First POC welcome to the site. Your right this is not a relevent question for this site but since you kissed a@# so well thought I would weigh in on your question. I never gamble on the internet because I just dont trust it. There is no way to beat the house edge of 5.26% in roulette in a casino. Your only hope is to find a bias wheel or happen to hit a big number if you follow the big number theory. So I would say the site is a scam.If you want the exact numbers check the site wizardofodds.com. If your serious about casino gaming f@#k the internet, learn BS in BJ then learn a simple count system and hit a real casino.Dont go untill you have BS down without thinking. LOL
  • Packet,

    First, welcome to the forum. You're right about the overall quality of the posts. it's a great group.

    I don't purport to be speaking for anyone other than myself, but for me I'm not particularly bothered by the fact that you've brought a roulette question to a blackjack forum, but when you step outside the realm of "real" playing and into the realm of computerized gaming, that's a totally different animal -- and where you lose my interest.

    Real roulette -- total luck; no skill; end of story. Given a fair wheel, each spin is independent, and the previous winning number has zero effect on the next one.

    You sound like someone interested in learning, so I'd encourage you to continue to follow the posts on this forum. You'll get some great blackjack advice.

    Thanks!
  • Thanks for your kind welcomes.

    I hate to labour the point when it's so far from the mark but I want to put it to bed once and for all so I can concentrate on cards...

    ..the site doesn't claim to have a generic system that guarantees winning on any roulette wheel. Just on five sites that use software he claims to have inside knowledge about.

    Am I being overly optimistic in my infancy to gaming by thinking there could be anything in what the site claims? The site is only five pages of info. Any further thoughts on the system from anyone would be greatly appreciated.

    I hereby promise to leave the matter to rest after this post.
  • I think it's a scam. At first, it looks like he has nothing to gain by telling you this information, but that's not the case.

    He tells you his "system" for free, but then says it doesn't work in "play for free mode". Why do you think that is? He gives some lame reason, but in my opinion that's BS.

    His links to the casino can't be seen until you click them. Why doesn't he just have a list of sites on his page that this "system" works on? The reason is that if he had just a list, you could type them in to a browser and be on your way. However, if he hides them, so you have to click HIS links to the sites. If you make a deposit, he gets money. If you don't, he doesn't. This is why it "doesn't work in play money mode". Because in "play money mode" he doesn't get paid.

    EVERY SINGLE ONLINE CASINO has an affiliate program where website owners can link to the online casino with a special link and get paid when people who clicked that link make a deposit. Vist any gambling related website, and you'll see this in action.
  • Agreed.

    All good points, cheers.

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