The Top 3 Roulette Systems - reviewed and rated

September 1st, 2007

Everybody wants to know are there any Roulette Systems on the market today that actually work and can make you money? After months of research we’ve concluded that although we’ve not found any one single system that can make you rich overnight, there are some systems which do seem to do what they claim.

Here are our TOP 3 winning Roulette Systems


1) - The Flaming Torch Roulette System - by

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The FlamingTorch Roulette System is by far the most professional and ease to use system we tested.  In this system there is no progression used, which makes a welcome change from other roulette systems on the market.  The system is quite simple to use and very easy to understand. It works by the player placing a flat bet on the table, for each and every spin. Surprisingly, it works very well, and in our tests we made a £150.00 profit using the system for 15 minutes.  There are some things to watch out for, times when you make a loss instead of a win, but the amount you win quickly makes up for the minor losses.

There is a video demo on their website which you can view and see the system in action.  The good thing about this roulette system is that they provide you with a video and ebook - not just an ebook.  It’s easy to follow, the video is engaging and informative - everything you would expect from a quality product.  The product is available to instantly download too.  The makers website is very classy and functional, and the cost of the system is very reasonable.


Profitability9/10  |  Ease of Use10/10 

Value for Money9/10  |  Online Use8/10

Notes: For online use, stick to Live Dealer sites for the best results.



2) - Casino Buster System - by

There are some outrageous claims on their website, such as “The FIRST and ONLY Roulette System in the world that is 100% guaranteed to win! Leave the casino with a winning - every time!” - which we must point out is completely false.

However we used this system and did make some money.  For this reason we’ve ranked it number 2 in our top 3 roulette systems, because making money is what the whole system is for.  Unfortunately, we paid over £100.00 ($200USD) for this system which is a big price tag for such a system, which ultimately did not work out anywhere near as well as the makers claimed.

Compared to other systems on the market this one performed well, but not as well as the FlamingTorch system which of course is our number one choice.  If this system was A LOT cheaper to buy and if it worked half as well as the makers claimed, we’d all be winners.


Profitability7/10  |  Ease of Use8/10 

Value for Money5/10  |  Online Use2/10

Notes:  Do not use this system online, it will not work



3) - The Andruci System / - by

This system managed to win us a small amount of money, but they made the top 3 because the system is completely free of charge.  However, we must point out that their website is full of affiliate links to casinos where you can join up and play - obviously if you do this, the website owners will get a commission of your losses at that casino - so beware!  In addition, this *may* end up being the most expensive system you ever use (although free, doesn’t work too well).

The system bets only on the ‘Dozens’ (High, Medium, or Low) and uses progressive betting.  More information is on their website.  It’s a shame the makers sisn’t spend more time perfecting the system, rather than creating the site to appear to be free and helpful, when it’s real aim is to make commissiond from your losses at the casinos.  However, it can work and make you money at certain times, but with this system, it’s more down to luck than anything else.


Profitability7/10  |  Ease of Use7/10 

Value for MoneyN/A  |  Online Use5/10


Is Online Roulette Fair and Safe?

September 1st, 2007

Anyone interested in playing roulette online is usually curious about the odds. Are the odds at an online casino fair? Are they the same as Vegas? Who determines the odds? Classically, roulette is completely random. There are little pegs and obstructions strewn around the wheel in an effort to have the ball bounce around a good bit before coming to rest. This randomness can be comforting to the gambler as it provides some security that you are not likely going to be ripped off. You can lose this feeling pretty easily with digital games like video slots and video poker machines, and yes, with online roulette. If this makes you uneasy about venturing online, check out some forums on online gambling and talk to some roulette players. I myself have won more than once playing online, so I can assure you it is entirely possible.

One growing solution to playing Roulette online, is to play at a Live Dealer casino.  These websites have a live video feed of a real croupier and real table, and each spin is truly random, as if you were there in person.  These are becoming more common and makes betting faster and more convenient.

Electronic Roulette Devices

September 1st, 2007

Although there are some electronic devices around which claim to give you an edge when playing Roulette, use of such devices in Casinos is illegal in the USA and ‘not recommended’ in the UK.  Although you probably won’t go to prison in the UK if caught with such a device, you’ll probably be arrested, get winnings confiscated and may end up in court (although not illegal in the UK, it is a very ‘grey area’). Various attempts have been made by engineers to overcome the house edge through predicting the mechanical performance of the wheel, most notably by Joseph Jagger at Monte Carlo in 1873. These schemes work by determining that the ball is more likely to fall at certain numbers. Claude Shannon, a mathematician and computer scientist best known for his contributions to information theory, built arguably the first wearable computer to do so in 1961.

To try to prevent exploits like this, the casinos monitor the performance of their wheels, and rebalance and realign them regularly to try to keep the result of the spins as random as possible.

More recently Thomas Bass, in his book The Newtonian Casino 1991, has claimed to be able to predict wheel performance in real time. He is also the author of The Eudaemonic Pie, which describes the exploits of a group of computer hackers, who called themselves the Eudaemons, who in the late 1970s used computers in their shoes to win at roulette by predicting where the ball would fall.

In the early 1990s, Gonzalo Garcia-Pelayo used a computer to model the tendencies of the roulette wheels at the Casino de Madrid in Madrid, Spain. Betting the most likely numbers, along with members of his family, he was able to win over one million dollars over a period of several years. A court ruled in his favor when the legality of his strategy was challenged by the casino.

In 2004, it was reported that a group which consisted of two Serbs and one Hungarian in London had used mobile cameraphones to predict the path of the ball, a cheating technique called sector targeting. In December 2004 court adjudged that they didn’t cheat because their special laser cameraphone and microchip weren’t influencing the ball - they kept all £1.3m.

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