Roulette System – Roulette Killer Review

In this Roulette System I’m going to speak about a roulette software that I bought a while ago called roulette killer. The website is very convincing and I had lost so much I thought I would give it a try.

On the website the owner claims to drive a Porsche 911 turbo and that he makes an easy 000 a month using this software. While I knew this wasn’t realistic I thought that I would maybe be able to win a little bit of money long term.

Thw way this software works is: you tell it the last 10 numbers that have come up and then it tells you what to bet on. One problem with the software is that only tell you where to bet not how much to bet.

On the sales page the maker says he doesn’t use progressive betting so I tryed the program with flat betting only. I started using the software and to be honest things did not go very well.

Roulette killer only tells you to bet on all the outside bets. The way it works is: if in the last 10 spins there was 6 blacks and 4 reds, roulette killer assumes that red is more likely and tells you to bet on it. The same principal is also applied to all the other bets.

I found this system to be very flawed, and of all the systems that I had used this is the one I lost with most, every spin I was wagering in total on different parts of the table and was typically only winning back.

I then tried to use a mild progression after my losses and this made things worse. The problem with online roulette is that it is a computer program, they know that these kind of software’s are around and the computer is designed to stop them from working.

I was very disappointed with this Roulette System and do not recommend it to anyone. This may have worked when it was released but it certainly doesn’t now. On the website the guy claims that it is brand new, but it has actually been around since 2007, I’m am writing this in mid August 2009 so in my opinion it is not new and that is a false claim.