It’s been over a month sincemy last post and contrary to what some people have been emailing me asking, no I’m not dead. Now my previous post was about the professional roulette system and the video testimonials which are very clearly faked.
I’ve now seen the system and tested it (in fun mode) at Betfair Casino and the results where actually pretty good although these where only a few 10 minute tests just to get to grips with it, nothing serious.
The system follows a betting pattern which is basically the same as the D’Alembert however it’s the bet selection process that makes this system different to anything I’ve seen.
I can see a lot of people struggling to understand it, I consider myself a competent and experienced roulette player but I had to read through the system several times to get to grips with what the author was trying to say. Then there’s the fact that applying it according to the authors instructions requires a lot of concentration.
So in conclusion, so far the testing has been fairly positive although it still has a long way to go. However like any D’Alembert style system, once you go through a losing patch you can find yourself in a hole that’s hard to pull yourself out of. I will be conducting more tests over the next week and will give the final results and a full review on the main site.
In other news, scammer Steve or Ethan, whatever his name is from the notorious Great Roulette System which I recived dozens of complaints about last year is back up to his old tricks. As winter set in last year, I stopped getting complaints about him so I just assumed that he had finally given up and gone away.
However over Christmas yet another pissed off victim got in touch with me and informed me of his latest website. This is something else I intend on writing about next week, very early next week.