Reverse Roulette is a strategy explained in a very detailed e-book rather than the usual fake roulette software scams you can buy. The sales page has some extraordinary claims on it stating that you will overcome the house edge and the more you play – the more you win. This is pretty strange as with most roulette strategies you can buy it’s the complete opposite. Usually you can expect to win some quick cash in the short term but lose your whole bankroll gradually over the long term. This is what sets Reverse Roulette aside from the others. However are these claims to be believed? Or are they just marketing tricks used to scam the public. This review will give a fair determination of the system and hopefully give you further understanding of how it works.
So first of all you can purchase the system on the sales page for $39.95 which seems quite a cheap price for something that can apparently guarantee you pure profit in the long run. The sales page also has some questions and answers basically clarifying that the system is easy to use. This again attracts more customers and the fake testimonials on the page are a common technique used by scam artists. Don’t fall for these testimonials and use common sense, it is simple to write a fake paragraph stating that you won a lot of money using the system. The only decent aspect of this system is that you are getting a money back guarantee for 8 weeks. Now you are probably wondering how the system actually works?
Reverse Roulette is quite unique compared to a lot of the bogus systems you can buy online, however the method has been around for quite a while. You will also be pleased to hear that it is not a Martingale strategy such as the double dozen system. Basically you are relying on probability to win you some money by choosing a number which has not appeared for a while. So for example if the number 28 has not come out in over 50 spins you would choose 28 as your base number. You will be ‘closing in’ on this number for the next 36 spins and if it comes out you will make anywhere between 1 unit and 18 units profit. In this example you would start off by betting black as 28 is of course black. If you win then you have made 1 unit profit. If you lose you would bet on the dozen it appears in. If this loses then you will place the next three bets on the line it is in. After this you would place corner bets on 28 for the next 3 spins, street bets for the following 3 spins and then splits for the next 6 spins. If there is still no win you would proceed to bet one unit on the single number for the next 18 spins. If 28 does not come out within this time you will have lost your money and it is going to take a while to recover from the loss.
The system does seem legitimate as you have 36 chances to get a win and in the example used earlier 28 would have not appeared for 86 spins. This doe seem like an unlikely encounter, however I can assure you that this happens all the time playing roulette. Some numbers don’t appear for well over 100 consecutive spins. You have to bear in mind that each spin is a new spin and no matter what the results have been previously on the wheel, each number has a 36-1 chance of appearing. With this strategy you are less and less likely to achieve a winning spin as time goes on as you are reducing the number of numbers you cover as you lose. Hence how you are ‘closing in’ on the number. With that said a loss is certain to occur and it will be a punishing loss considering you will lose 36 units.
With everything put into consideration, Reverse Roulette can be declared a scam. It simply does not do as advertised on the sales page and is guaranteed to lose you money. Don’t waste your money on this, keep it to boost your bankroll further. Stay away from this system at all costs and don’t be fooled by the marketing tricks used by the creator.PlayRoulette.org » Systems »