Following on from one of the longest tests on record (1 year), I’ve turned to something completely different – Roulette – for a bit of a change of scenery.
I have to admit, I’m not a big fan of Roulette. It’s the nearest thing we have to a mathematically perfect game, so long-term you can never win. However, I am testing a small software package which hopefully will allow me to gather a few pounds of profit when used in small bursts.
The software – Roulette Reaper – can be download and tried for free. You can use the software 10 times before you have to purchase a licence, so there is nothing stopping you from trying it out.
The software is pretty standard fare – based around storing the results of each spin, then advising what and where you should bet according to one of 5 in-built strategies. There is nothing new in any of the strategies employed as all are based on the principle of losing sequences; so all the software does is look for a losing sequence and then advise you of the bets to place. Stakes are progressive, so continued losing sequences can mean that your stake is increased dramatically – meaning that you probably need a significantly sized bank in order to play with comfort.
Roulette Reaper comes with a listed of “tested” casinos and the manual states that only these casinos should be used, and that Roulette Reaper will advise you to move to a different casino every now and then. However, in my experience, this is just a ploy to get you to sign up to specific casinos – many of which offer fantastic affiliate schemes. Indeed, if you click on any of the casinos listed on the Roulette Reaper menus, you are automatically redirected to the casino in question with an affiliate id present. Opening any account with real money will result in the author of Roulette Reaper receiving a substantial payment!
I’ve decided to base my tests around Mansion Casino (as I have an existing test account there) and I intend to play for a period of 30 minutes only per day. If at the end of the 30 mins, I am in the middle of a betting sequence then I will finish that sequence before stopping.
Starting balance: $2000
Ending balance: $2053