Frequently Asked Questions

Please read all FAQs before contacting us with questions.

Q. Why are you selling it if it works? +

We are not the original people who designed the system or the software. They didn't have time, so we arranged to sell it on their behalf. We began our roulette experience by becoming one of their players, just as you are considering.

The system's creators focus on roulette computer use, so they don't need the system anymore. Roulette computers are quicker to use. We use the roulette computers ourselves too. But we also have spare time to offer the system.

Basically we don't need the system. But it is still effective so it is better to sell it to others (for a reasonable price) than let it sit unused.

Q. How do I know this isn’t a scam? +

The purpose of the trial is so you can see it’s not a scam. We could provide all kinds of "proof", but the best proof possible is testing for yourself.

Q. Does it work online? +

Yes but only if the wheel is real. Most reputable online casinos offer real wheel roulette.

We prefer real casinos ourselves, so don't maintain lists of suitable online casinos. However, many of our players only play at online casinos. You can contact them via the player-forum to ask them which online casinos they find best. But most players prefer to keep this information private, unless you share something in return. Otherwise Google "live dealer roulette online casinos" and you'll find many.

Q. Do I bet before or after the wheel spins? +

You bet BEFORE the wheel spins.

Q. If roulette can be beaten, why aren't casinos broke? +

Because the vast majority of roulette players lose.

Q. Does the system still work if the casino changes the ball while you're playing? +

Ball changes don't make you lose. They just mean you need an extra chart. More detail is below:

If they change the ball, but it's the same size and color (material) then it makes no difference because the ball will still bounce the same way. A different ball of the same type still changes some elements, but the system easily deals with this.

If the ball is a completely different size and color, then you will need to use a betting chart specifically for that combination of ball type and wheel.

There are mostly 4 main balls types ever used in the world. The two main sizes are 5/8" and 3/4". And the to main types are teflon (white) and ivorine (pale yellow). The type of ball is easy to identify and our instructions includes photos, so ball changes are not a significant issue.

Q. Why can't you beat 100% of wheels? What makes some unbeatable? +

When a wheel isn't "beatable", the problem is not usually the wheel itself. It's usually factors like the wheel spins too infrequently to be practical. For example, a wheel that spins once every 5 minutes would take too long to play on. One spin every 1-2 minutes is acceptable.

But sometimes the wheel itself may not produce predictable enough spins. This can be for many reasons. For example, our system considers a variety of different patterns. Usually patterns combine to improve predictability. But sometimes different patterns conflict and cancel each other out. The result is an edge that's too weak or unstable.

Every wheel produces unique patterns. No two wheels are the same. Even two brand-new wheels with the same design can produce very different patterns.

You may be able to beat 90% of wheels in a controlled environment like your home. But the real casino environment is different, which is why about only 50% of wheels in casinos can be beaten.

Q. What computer do I need to access the software? +

The software runs on any device that has Internet access. This includes Windows, MAC, iPhone and Android.

Q. What edge can I get on wheels? +

You can expect between a 2% to 15% edge.

Q. Will the system ever become ineffective? +

As long as real wheels are used, roulette will likely always be predictable enough to beat. Roulette wheel designers are gradually changing their designs to make winning harder, but nothing significant has changed in the last 10 years. And nothing significant is likely to change within the next 10 years.

Q. Is the system easy enough for beginners, and how long does it take to learn? +

It is designed with complete beginners in mind. Most players find it easy to learn and use. But difficulty is also a matter of opinion, so we suggest take our trial to know basically what's involved. Also everyone learns at their own rate. And it depends on how much time you dedicate.

Below are typical examples of how long it takes:

Player who's already experienced with advantage play: Learns most parts within an hour, and would probably succeed if they started betting for real. But to be safe, first they test for a week without real money. Then in real play, profits are quite consistent. But they gradually learn more and improve results with each session.

Player starting with no experience, but understands English well, and learns quickly (most players): Learns most parts within a few hours, but has a few questions for support staff. When they are answered, the player tests over 1-2 weeks. By the 3rd week, they achieve reasonably consistent profits with real money. But they still have more to learn. Results improve over time.

Player starting with no experience, and poor English comprehension: After a few days of reading instructions, they have a reasonable understanding only of the basics. They ask support staff for help, but the questions are vague and unclear. Providing support is time consuming. After a few weeks of learning and testing, results are mixed because they don't properly understand critical points. Progress is slow and tedious, but results gradually improve and become more consistent. It may take them many weeks of learning and testing before they consistently profit in casinos.

NOTE: As per our Terms, unfortunately we cannot accept players with poor English skills. It often takes much more time to provide support.

Q. Do I need a good view of the wheel? +

No. You only need a partial view of the wheel, which is easily obtained in most casinos.

Q. What bankroll is required? +

You can play with as little as 50 units. But we recommend 200+ units to overcome potential losing streaks.

Q. How much can I earn? +

The only real limit is what you can win without being detected. If you play only small stakes, then an income of $150,000+ per year is reasonable. If you play with higher stakes, and regularly change casinos to avoid detection, an income over $1M is realistic and has been achieved by our players.

Basically the more time you dedicate, and the higher your stakes, the more you'll earn. Some players have even earned as much as $6M within 12 months.

Q. Doesn't random wheel speeds make winning impossible? +

Dealers are already instructed to randomize spin spins. Although this helps randomize spins, it's never completely random. Even with deliberate wheel speed randomization, spins are almost always still predictable enough.

Q. What happens if I'm detected by casino staff? +

Normally you wont be banned. Instead, the dealer may be instructed to deliberately randomize wheel speeds or change the ball. This doesn't necessarily make you lose. But once you are detected, the casino won't tolerate consistent winning one way or another. You will only be banned as a last resort.

Q. What are my options if I'm banned? +

If you follow the instructions and don't get greedy, you wont be banned. But if you are banned, your only option is to play elsewhere.

Q. What can I do if they change the game to make winning harder? +

Simply come back later when they've forgotten you.

Q. If my casino only has 1 wheel, what can I do if it's unsuitable? +

Wheels can be difficult to beat on some days, but easy on other days. So you can just play another day. But it easier if you have multiple wheels to choose from.

Q. How do I know if a wheel is suitable or not? +

The software gives you a rating that reveals how profitable a wheel is likely to be. So you have a reasonable idea of how good the wheel is before playing.

Q. Is it legal? +

It's legal in all casinos because you never use electronic devices at the table. You only take betting charts inside the casino.

Q. Aren't the betting charts suspicious? +

No because you can easily copy them onto paper or even a casino brochure the casino supplies, so you look like an inexperienced tourist. But you can also memorize them so you don't need charts at all.

Q. If it worked, why isn't everyone using it? +

Beating roulette is not particularly difficult. In fact there are numerous approaches that genuinely work. But most players expect to win without dedicating time and effort. And most players aren't prepared to dedicate the required time and effort to succeed.

Furthermore, typical systems are much quicker and easier to use, which is why most players prefer them. However, they don't work. Most players continue to look for the effortless way to beat roulette, rather than considering more difficult but viable methods that already exist.

Q. Why don't casinos just make changes to make winning impossible? +

Because the required changes would make roulette less appealing to the 99.99% of players which lose. And this would ultimately reduce the casino's revenue. It's more viable for casinos to make temporary changes only if they suspect a player of using a professional system. When the player leaves, normal procedures resume.

Q. What happens if the software ever becomes unavailable? +

The servers we use are very reliable with 99.99% uptime. If they are ever down, we quickly fix the problem.

Q. Won't standing around writing data look suspicious? +

When you collect data for the system, you just make small random bets to avoid suspicion. If you do this for the required amount of spins (50+) you can expect to lose only about $10. It's a worthwhile investment to avoid suspicion.

Basically if you make $5 bets, statistically you'll lose about $5 every 37 spins. But it may only take you 50 or so spins to have the data you need.

Q. How can you possibly beat roulette? Isn’t it all random? +

Actually roulette is well known to be beatable in the right conditions. People who tell you otherwise have no experience, and get opinions from others with no experience.

Q. How many numbers do I bet on? +

The system normally gives you 5 to 15 numbers to bet, but you don't need to bet all numbers. In most cases you could bet just one number and still profit. But you profit more in less time if you bet more numbers.

Q. Aren’t you worried your system might be reverse engineered? +

The parts that can be reverse engineered are unimportant. It’s easy to understand the basics of the system, but the software’s full analysis is extremely difficult to reverse engineer.

Q. Where can I use the system? +

It works on approximately half of modern wheels. This doesn't mean you win half of the time. It means you just skip the bad wheels. It is not possible to beat every wheel, but rarely is it a problem to find a suitable wheel.

Q. Does the wheel need to be defective in any way? +

No. It exploits predictable spins that occur on both new and old wheels.

Q. Is there a chance I will lose? +

Even casinos can make a loss in one day, but will make back losses another day because of their long term advantage. It’s the same with the system because you have the advantage. You may lose on some days, but eventually win back losses. Typically the most you would lose in a "losing streak" is about 100 units, and usually you quickly make it back.

Q. Do you offer a free trial of the full system? +

We provide the free course as a trial, which includes less powerful but still effective methods to beat roulette. This is so you understand roulette is predictable.

But we don't provide a trial of the full system because it would require disclosure of confidential information that only our players access. Once we did allow free trials of the full version, but many people joined the trial multiple times under different names. So we dont allow trials of the full version anymore.

The information and especially free course we provide is enough for you to see our methods work.

Q. Should I quit my normal job and play roulette full-time? +

Most players only play part-time, and keep existing jobs. Very few players play full-time.

This is because you can't easily win millions in the same casino, without being noticed. It can and has been done, but conditions need to be ideal. It's more realistic to profit $1000-$5000 per session (depending on table limits). But you can't do this day after day at the same casino because you'll be noticed. How much you can win, and how frequently you can play, depends on factors like how busy your casino is.

Alternatively, you can win larger sums by frequently changing casinos to avoid detection. But the travel is tiring, and not practical for most players due to family commitments.

So usually it is only practical for most players to play part-time (a few times per month). Still successful players usually earn more from roulette than their 9-5 jobs.

However, it's not wise to rely wholly on roulette for an income, especially if you have dependents (a family to support). This is because suddenly your local casino may notice, and changes rules to make winning harder for you. Then your best options are to change casinos or come back later.

So we recommend use roulette to supplement your existing income - not to quit your normal job. If you do everything right, you'll probably earn more from roulette than your job. But understand roulette income can be unpredictable.

Q. Can I beat wheels that use auto-leveling equipment? +

Yes, actually they often make wheels easier to beat. They sound high-tech and great for casinos because they automatically level wheels to reduce "dominant diamonds". This is supposed to make spins less predictable. But the reality is different.

Dominant diamonds are caused by ball track deformations as much as tilt. If a dominant diamond occurs due to ball track deformations, you could observe every spin and carefully adjust the wheel to even out the spread of diamond hits (like an auto leveling system). This attempts to compensate for ball track deformations, which actually puts the wheel on an artificial tilt rather than leveling it.

The effect is that when the ball falls in certain regions, the bounce is more predictable. This has virtually the same effect as a dominant diamond, except the casino is lured into believing their level wheel is less predictable.

The below images explain further for two drop-points, but the effect applies to all drop points. Basically level or not, if the ball track has imperfections (which they almost always do), the ball will fall in a slightly different way, and affect the predictability of the bounce (F = where the ball falls, and B = where the ball bounces/ Blue is one fall point, and yellow is the other). Notice how the scatter is tighter and more predictable for blue. See below:

Some of the differences in ball fall may be the part of the diamond hit, the speed at which the ball falls, and the trajectory of the ball when it hits the rotor.

Another effect of trying to correct a wheel with deformed ball track is, in particularly on slow rotors, you can estimate rotor orientation at the end of the spin and exploit bias. The attempted correction for ball fall points makes the rotor unlevel. And if you know rotor orientation at a critical time in the spin, you've got a good chance of an edge because the ball will favor certain regions. This is because the ball will naturally more likely come to rest in the lower part of the rotor. See below:

Our system doesn't need any such bias to succeed, but it automatically uses it if occurs. The additional techniques we provide in the included ebook also explain other ways to exploit wheel bias.

Q. Can I beat wheels with RRS technology? +

RRS has almost no effect on our system. This is because the patterns it uses still occur regardless of rotor (wheel) speed variations.

RRS stands for "randomized rotor speed". These are wheels where after bets close, the wheel speed slightly changes. This is designed to reduce accuracy of roulette computers.

Some RRS technology is poorly designed and has little affect on roulette computer accuracy. The more advanced RRS technology approximately halves roulette computer accuracy. But considering this may change a 50% edge to a 25% edge, and 25% is still a large edge, RRS still doesn't make players lose. Wheel designers know this, but RRS is more a deterrent for professional players than a complete solution for casinos.

Q. How much can I earn per week? +

First understand professional systems aren't like normal jobs where you get a weekly paycheck. With a $2,000 bankroll, your weekly winnings may be like this:

Week 1: +4,870

Week 2: +$1,700

Week 3: -$580

Week 4: +820

Week 5: +2890

Week 7 & 8: No play because casino staff appeared suspicious

Week 9: -$710

Week 10: +$1,360


10-Week Total: +$10,350


So despite clear profit, the short-term income is still unpredictable. This is because although you have a long-term edge, you can still have bad luck. Even casinos have losing days.

So we suggest don't quit your normal job. Simply play roulette part-time, and think in terms of profit over months of play, not just days or weeks.

Q. In layman's terms, what can I realistically expect? +

The system works, but is not for lazy people. No professional system is a magic wand to make money. Like running a business, it still requires time and effort.

Sometimes you'll find winning very easy, and sometimes quite difficult. You'll do best if you focus on the easiest wheels, instead playing on the first wheel you find. Some wheels are so easily beaten you'll wonder how casinos don't know. And other wheels are virtually impossible to beat. Most wheels you'll play on are not particularly difficult to beat, but you must still know what you're doing.

We've made it all as simple as possible. Most players find it easy enough, but some players find long hours in the casino too tedious. For such players, even 2 hours in the casino is too long. Most players are prepared to put in time and effort. But some players have unrealistic expectations of effortless millions.

None of it is complicated, but instructions must be followed correctly. There is some room for error, but it depends on how predictable the wheels are.

If you understand English perfectly, you'll find the instructions clear. If your comprehension of English is poor, we can't accept you as a player because you'll probably struggle with the instructions, and supporting you would take twice as long.

You don't need to be a genius, but you still need reasonable intelligence to understand the principles. We often compare learning the system to learning to use a smartphone. It's new information and can be overwhelming, but none of it is complicated. It's just a matter of learning what to do.

If you are already familiar with advantage play in any casino game, you'll probably quickly understand and be ready to play from day one. If you've never even played roulette before, it may take you a week or so of reading and practicing.

If you follow instructions, expect to do very well. If you don't follow instructions, you'll waste time and money.