Roulette Advisor has been bummed up a lot recently by many online marketers and so called pro gamblers. This is one system that really needed to be put to the test so I decided to head over to the sales page and purchase the system. Firstly this program is a little expensive, however does come with a 60 day money back guarantee. You will also see on the sales page that you can download a trial version for free. This will allow you to make a profit of 50 units before you need to buy the software. You can try it out on any online casino website and on any free roulette websites just to be safe. The money back guarantee is almost like a safe guard protecting your purchase so you may find it worthwhile splashing some cash on it. On the other hand it could easily be a complete waste of time.
You will see when you download the software that it is simple to use. There are no complicated buttons to press and no advanced settings required. You simply have to just click on the number that came out on the roulette wheel and click start. After each spin the software advises you to bet specifically on one or multiple outside bets, but sometimes says don’t bet. How does the software know what you should bet? It uses a complex algorithm to determine roughly what area of numbers will come out in order to keep the table random. However after testing the software I found a major flaw within it. You will soon notice that it is simply just another variant of the Martingale method and the claims on the sales page are complete lies. For example the program waits until black has not came out for 5 consecutive spins then it says to bet black. If you lose you will be advised to double your stake on black until you win. The same goes for all outside bets such as the three rows or sections you can bet on. Therefore with that said the software is complete nonsense and certainly is not a money making machine as some people say it is. Using this software you are only going to lose your bankroll and fast.
There are actually no advantages to this software at all. It is a complete waste of money as you would be better off just searching “Martingale System” on Google. The video shown on the sales page highlights how the software works but it is clearly used on some dodgy casino site using demo money. Please do not be fooled as all of these dodgy sites let you win on demo mode, as soon as you play with real cash you are likely to lose big time. Another aspect of this product that really annoyed me is the fact that they give you casino sites you should test the software on. Each one of them are clearly untrustworthy websites with no positive reviews. If you test the software on proper gambling sites such as Paddy Power or Ladbrokes then you will quickly see that the software simply does not make any profit at all. You will lose your whole bankroll in a matter of minutes.
Also another thing you should take into consideration is the fact that some anti-virus programs such as Norton might block you from downloading the software as it has been deemed malicious. I did not receive any viruses downloading it, but it was a serious waste of time. Sometimes it does not even load correctly on your desktop and you keep having to re-open the program. The claims made on the sales page are disgraceful. The only good aspect of the sales page is that it doesn’t include any fake testimonials. Other than that, it is simply a huge scam.
Overall this piece of software is a complete and utter scam. It is disappointing to see such software being sold online for such a large price when it merely uses the Martingale system which can be found online for free. Do not invest any time or money into this so called “Roulette Advisor” as you are guaranteed to lose. This software has got to be one of the worst scams I have ever reviewed .PlayRoulette.org » Systems » Roulette Advisor Review