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Stay away from roulette software programs

Stay away from roulette software programs


Roulette is one of the most popular casino games in history. With incredible simplicity combined with high levels of excitement, it draws in huge crowds at almost every casino at which it is played. As with almost every casino game in existence, when there is a popular game, there are people who want to try to find a way to win. When there are people who want to find a way to win, there are unscrupulous people out there who will attempt to take advantage.

How do you take advantage when it comes to roulette? Can players really win more often than not, and what exactly are roulette software programs?

Roulette software programs

What exactly are roulette software programs? Put simply, they are programs created by programmers that claim to be able to do a variety of different things. The main one is that they claim to spot flaws in the software that casinos use to play roulette. Once they spot these flaws, they are then able to spot patterns in the numbers that land, and then from there, they can choose the correct numbers to place wagers on.

Roulette software is basically just a new form of the age-old attempt to create a system to win at roulette. Depending on the software that you have downloaded, it will either tell you how to place your wagers or it will even place them for you in an automated manner. This means that theoretically, you can leave your roulette game running while you go away and make a cup of coffee and come back to a massive amount of profit.

Many players swear by using different systems when they are playing games, and roulette software is another system in which some people have a lot of faith. This is not a new situation either – roulette software has been around for almost 15 years. Basically, roulette software has been around since the advent of online casinos.

What they promise

In terms of what they promise, it is easy to see why people tend to be willing to use roulette software. All of them promise a guaranteed winning strategy, and some of them even promise the ability to place the bets for you and just make a huge amount of money without you needing to do anything. This is almost too perfect a promise. Would anyone really turn down the ability to make a fortune just by leaving their computer running for a few hours?

Most of the roulette software systems make their promises in the form of outlandish claims about the creators. They will say, for example, that they are making $10,000 a month or they have been able to quit their job and just live by playing roulette now. These are quite obviously sales pitches designed to get you interested in their product. Of course, there are other aspects to this as well.

There is one roulette software system in particular that is capable of working on the free-to-play modes at certain casinos. Due to this, the software developer is willing to release a demo version of his software that only runs on the demo software. Once this is shown to create huge levels of profit, there is a $1,500 charge to get the full software, which then does not work as the exploit that is in the free-to-play version of the software is not there in the full version of the game.

The huge range of roulette software that is available to players can make it seem like they are both trustworthy and effective. Why is it that this is not the case though?

Why stay away?

The first and most obvious reason is because roulette is a completely random game. Each spin is an entirely independent event that has no correlation to the spin, or spins, before it. Because of this, any system is utterly ineffective when it comes to trying to predict what each spin is going to land on. Roulette software falls under this banner, because no matter what the programmers who have created it claim, they are not able to predict how the wheel is going to land.

Not only this, but there are also caveats in place with most roulette software that give away that it is not trustworthy. The first is the extortionate prices that they charge. Remember, these people are claiming that they are making huge amounts of money each month from their roulette software. As such, does it really make sense that they would need to charge $1,500 or more in order to break even on a piece of software? This instantly reveals that very few people fall for their trick, and as such they need to price it high in order to actually make money from it.

The second big indicator is when they offer to share any profits with you. In this case, they will actually be making money through affiliate links with online casinos, which they recommend to you. By saying that their software only works by using the links that they provide, it guarantees that they get the money from sign-ups, and also adds a level of credence to their claims.

These are two major tells, because if their roulette system really worked, they would not need to make money from you. They would already be making money, and the money that you provide them would be secondary, rather than quite obviously their primary income.

Where to play roulette

When it comes to finding somewhere to play roulette, without a shadow of a doubt, Bitcasino is the single best place to go. With a range of different roulette options available to players, Bitcasino ensures that no matter what your level of bankroll, it is a simple task to find the right roulette game for you. 

Of course, there are other game choices on offer at Bitcasino as well, so if roulette is not the game for you and you prefer another table game or even video slots, then Bitcasino has got everything that you might need. Make sure that you make the right choice when it comes to games: take a visit to Bitcasino. 

Words: Sean McNulty
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