Warning: Avoid Roulette Scam!
#1 — Doubling Lost Bets
This is the most common roulette scam that you'll find on the
internet. Just type into Google "make $300 in 5 minutes
playing roulette" and you'll easily find a long list of
scamming sites. Most of them will even give you their
"online roulette winning system" for absolutely free. It's not even a
system, actually. They just tell you to bet $1 on red.
If you lose, put $2 on red. If lose again, bet $4 and so
on and so on. Just keep doubling your bet until you win.
They will assure you that the chance of seeing 10 blacks
in a row is just 0.05 % according to probability theory.
Unfortunately, it's not true. If everything were so
simple, casinos would close their roulette tables with
because of the losses this would incur.
From my the experience I can tell you that I have seen
16 blacks in a row in a B&M (brick & mortar) casino and
23 reds in an online casino! Try to count how much money
you would lose playing this roulette strategy!
So, where's the catch? Why do they intentionally force
you to lose? Well, I'll tell you the truth... Have you
noticed a lot of flashing banners from different online
casinos on these scammer web sites?
you know why they advertise like this? All these sites
that advise you to play on their "free, no lose" roulette system initially know that you will lose! So,
if you believe that you can beat roulette with such an
easy strategy, you'll click on a banner with the
recommended online casino, then register a new account, make a
deposit and... LOSE ALL YOUR MONEY!
This might shock you to hear that the scammer site will
receive up to 60% of the money you lose at the clicked
casino. Yes, the money goes right into their bank
account. How can this be? Because the scammer is
AFFILIATED with the casino. The scammer site shows the
banner of the casinos and receives a commission based on
how much you LOSE!
If you need
some more information about casino affiliate programs, or just do not believe me
— you can
or here, or just Google it.
Now is it all clear? Be careful of scammer sites with
dazzling banners offering you "free 100% winning"
Or even more worse — websites with fake roulette system reviews!
you see banners?
They are casino affiliates too!).
are just a few examples of casino affiliate links (you
can easily see them in your browser window if you click on
#2 — Automated Roulette Bots
As I already wrote above, scammers receive commissions
from the advertised online casinos. The same is applicable to
the majority of sellers of roulette bots (automated
software for playing online roulette). But besides the
commissions from the casino, the scammers earn money on
sales from their roulette software! And they also have affiliated
links on their web sites. If you click on these links,
you will be told that if you advertise their software
and generate a sale you will receive a commission from
And what is the best way to sell software? Just write a
"fake" positive review about it! When someone finds an
interesting roulette-busting software, they'll Google it
and find the review with good positive feedback. But
once you buy it, you'll lose your money twice. First the
money you paid for the software, and then the money
you'll lose at the casino USING the roulette bots.
How? Very simple! The roulette bot — just a robot
program with software script, follows the rules that
are written into it. For example, if the red has not
shown up for 6 or 10 times, the bot starts betting on red,
using a martingale progression. But as you already know,
all this doesn't work:
Roulette, Roulette Bot Pro, R-Bet, Roulette
Raid, Roulette Raper, Roulette Killer, Roulette
Sniper, Roulette Assault, etc.
bought pretty much bought all of these and NONE of them
worked in the long term! I have lost more than $16,000 at various
online casinos, not including the money I spent to buy the
software!). You may ask why I continued to allow those
roulette bots to lose my money? Well, I really believed that I
could make money playing roulette with them. Especially
after I read all that good reviews that I found on the
web. And I trusted them to the
last! Until I had lost all of my money and realized that
I had been scammed!
My advice — be careful of
roulette bots and all other crappy winning roulette software! Do
not believe what people write in reviews. All videos on
Youtube where you see how it is
easy to win $1,000 in 3 minutes were made using "Play
money", not the real money! Take a look at the
screenshot below of what these actually look like in
case you don't know. The box that in fun mode says "Play
for real money" and in REAL money mode says "Cashier." Now you know that...
#3 — Fake
Need I say anything more? I guess not.
On my chanel you
will not find anything even close to this BS.
You can check out my
— REAL people ONLY!