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tony007
October 10, 2009, 6:37am Report to Moderator
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This person claims that he made almost $100,000 by using this strategy. Well, I did not have any luck with this as you all know. If you have money to throw away feel free to test this system, and remeber ...
                                                                    
                                                             PLAY AT YOUR OWN RISK !

Finally...How to Make Money with Roulette


Make money with roulette?

Well here's the answer:

If you understand that luck is an important factor, know when to quit and follow a SYSTEM that gives you better odds to win than the casino does, you'll be much farther ahead than the other 99% of roulette players who LOSE MONEY in the long run.
The system I personally use and recommend is below.

I have made almost $100,000 in less than one year.

System Instructions
Notice that the roulette table is split into three length-way columns (1-34, 2-35 and 3-36). The column with the numbers 3-36 has eight red numbers and only four black numbers.

We can try to use this to our advantage. Place one chip on red, two chips on column 1-34 and two chips on column 2-35. Now most of the time you should be winning, but when the ball sways in favor of the 3-36 column over a period of time (which will happen) the odds are in our favor that it will land on red more than black, so our losses are cut.

This means that in the long run you have a good chance of winning more than you lose unless you're very unlucky. Look at it this way - because the roulette ball will likely sway in favor of one of the three columns over a given period, we don't have to be too lucky in picking the right one as we have two out of three columns covered.
However when the ball does land in the 3-36 column more than the other two we have a little backup insurance to cover us based on the fact that we’re also betting on red at the same time (because most numbers in this column are red).

By using a roulette strategy like the one described above you should win small amounts
most of the time with bigger losses coming less often. Because of this you may want to try slightly raising your stake on a loss. Simply raise your stakes on a loss and lower it again after a couple of wins. This can help cancel out losses and partially safeguard wins.

NEVER keep doubling up, even if you can afford it. This is a definite recipe for eventually losing a fortune and turning an otherwise positive roulette experience into your worst nightmare. So just stick with a relatively safe roulette strategy until you either lose your predetermined amount (say four hundred dollars if you are prepared to lose this much) or win half of it (in this case, two hundred dollars). With a good roulette strategy you can easily reach the two hundred dollar win level far more often than you actually lose.

Base your roulette strategy on a long-term plan. I sincerely hope you don’t start off in an unlucky fashion, but if you do, please don't dismiss the above roulette strategies because they offer you the best chance of winning more than you lose. Remember though, you are still GAMBLING and as such you are always putting yourself in a situation where you could lose your money.

Minimum deposit
For this system to work safely, it's extremely important to have a large enough starting
balance. The minimum that you should start with is $150 plus your welcome
bonus, which would make it around $500. It might sound like a lot, but if you start with a smaller amount and hit a streak of bad luck, you might find yourself in a position where your overall balance can't cover the required bet.

I can't stress this enough – do not create an unnecessary risk by starting with a smaller deposit. Some people think they're playing it safe by doing this, but they’re not. Simply put, a bigger balance is insurance and is very important if you want to use the system safely.

Withdrawing your winnings
When you cash out your winnings you should leave a healthy amount in your account for the next day's play. For example, when your account balance reaches something like $5000, withdraw $4500 and leave $500 behind for the next time to give you that insurance

Mix it up
To remain undetected by the casino, I strongly recommend that you play other games at least once every couple of days. By only playing roulette, your daily winnings will cause you to stand out. However if you mix it up a little by using some of your roulette winnings in other games, then you should be able to go unnoticed.

Personally, I like to play the Slots and occasionally, Blackjack. What you play is entirely up to you of course. Just don't get carried away. Playing these other games is a lot of fun but it's all too easy to drop a lot of money in a short space of time. So be careful!
My cardinal rule is to never lose more than 15% of the roulette winnings I made that day, no matter how tempted I might be to continue playing.

Play more than one casino
Another valuable method of staying undetected by the casino is to not exceed $400 in
winnings from one casino in one day. So when you reach about $375-$380, leave that
casino and move on to the next one. $380 a day from each of the three casinos is A LOT! So don't get greedy and be sure to use all three casinos. Remember, you can shear a sheep many times, but you can only skin him once.
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gambleforlife
October 10, 2009, 7:43am Report to Moderator
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hey there tony i was wondering you ever used mr. moderator's system???

mr steve's

thanks....   oh by the way. anybody here have seen or actually witnessed someone won 100,000 by playing gamble?


i know person who lost $200,000 playing baccarat....
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Steve
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hey there tony i was wondering you ever used mr. moderator's system???


Players arent even permitted to disclose themselves as a player, so why bother asking. You'll only hear from other system sellers under fake names, people that have never dealt with me before, or legitimate players that have a hard time understanding advantage play and vent.. and the occasional real player that tells it like it is as has been done before numerous times if you read previous threads.
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Proofreaders2000
October 10, 2009, 10:31am Report to Moderator

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It's funny that Roulette players have to train like Olymipans to learn VB, wheel sector, everything pertaining to speed and bias while casino owners only have to know where to put it in the casino so the bettors can easily find it.

Attention new bettors: before you spend another minute (or another dime) on this game of chance, ask yourself, is this something you want to invest months, possibly years to try and master?  Steve GW has 10+ years experience.  Consider the time investment here.
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Anandram
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It's funny that Roulette players have to train like Olymipans to learn VB


Nothing is easy in life matey, not even learning how to REALLY beat roulette for the long term. Just  like anything else in our lifetime, hard work is required to become good with AP techniques. There's no such thing as easy money, unless you win the lottery, even then your odds are greater playing roulette.

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Steve GW has 10+ years experience.  Consider the time investment here.


Indeed. I had created a thread ages ago about that. Ie: why people don't take his experience on board and LISTEN. People have two ears for listening and one mouth for talking for a reason.
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tony007
October 10, 2009, 11:21am Report to Moderator
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Well, I have less years of exeperiences in playing online roulette but I can say that I lost the most money than anyone else in this forum. After $275K went down the drain, I don't trust any systems anymore, like I said in my last post it's all BS, pardon my French.

I will start posting my collection of systems that I bought in the past, free of charge. You don't need to pay me anything, $1,000 or $10,000 is nothing to me considering my big lost.

At this point, I don't really care about copyright anymore. Like I said, I have no feeling, my heart and brain is always numb.

You may laugh from reading my post but I don't mind at all, remeber this saying: " it is not bad news unless it happens to you. " so I don't mind if you laugh or cursing at me.
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gambleforlife
October 10, 2009, 2:18pm Report to Moderator
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Actually even mr. moderator's system work, actually tony and I don't think get real wheel, unless we travel 4-5 hours... and there is no way in the world i can stay there a week..... lucky if i can go there 2 times a year.... i am sure i don't belong to his system.....

intstead of buying his system.. if it is possible i would invest on his team.....

well, tony you should go back how you made money at first place.. you made 200,000 with STOCK not with casino... i believe stock has more chance to win that casino games...... I have heard and people who made lots of money with stock and in fact Tony you did it as well.....

I think for Casino games... we can get the money right away... we don't have to worry about talking to agency and etc......

thanks....
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computech
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Tony, I dont think many here would laugh, and most will empathize with the situation, and thank what ever god they worship it is not them.
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Anandram
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tony i would say that being down 275k is enough of a wake up call to realise that you perhaps need to re-invest some time and reconsider the methods you use...

Have you ever tried using any AP technqiues? If not, give it a try, you have lost 275k for a very simple reason, the methods you use are not giving you an edge whilst playing.

Use a different approach!
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tony007
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I have not tried AP technique yet. I am afraid any technique would get me deeper into the hole so I decided to stop playing for good. The reason why I lost so much money because I kept trying one system after another, one software after another and because I was determine to chase my lost to gain back the money but the more I played the more I lost.

I am waiting to buy the book "Sequencial Roulette: End Game" from that UK guy who got banned by casinos because he won $28,000 and he has a system to win consistenly. One thing I can't tell is whether this is a true story or just another scam for book sale by a con artist. If you have any news on this please keep us posted, much appreciated.
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Anandram
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Tony - AP is the ONLY way that you will be able to legitimatley beat roulette long term, you need to first understand HOW roulette can be beaten long term before you invest in systems. For that See Steves "truth" link. It's scattered around the forum. If you cant find it, let me know and ill post it for you.

When you understand HOW it can and should be beaten, you will be able to filter most systems out without guess work.
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Tomas
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Tony: Wait a few minutes after the book is released. If the systems shows up on the forums, it isn't worth sh*t...
If it doesn't, concider it then.

Until then, go with Anandram's advice...
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Proofreaders2000
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Hey Tony007, consider also getting a roulette study partner.  It'll cut your reasearch time in half and he/she can help you devise a money management plan.

Moreover, if you and your partner find something that works and suits you, you'll have your privacy--no one has to know what you do.
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gambleforlife
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Tony simple concepts.... or rule in this world.... i give you tennis example since i know a lot.....

if you were Roger Federer No. 1 in the world... would you really teach? sacrifice all those millions and collect small money?

I wouldn't....

Tony don't spend penny on system...
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Tomas
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Tony simple concepts.... or rule in this world.... i give you tennis example since i know a lot.....

if you were Roger Federer No. 1 in the world... would you really teach? sacrifice all those millions and collect small money?

I wouldn't....

Tony don't spend penny on system...


This is a bit limping.
Let's say you make $50 000 playing/year. If you could make $100 000/year playing AND teaching... would you? If it only meant to have someone watching you (carefully) as you played? Not really much extra work. Or sell something several times that you only had to write once.
Wouldn't you then?

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