Roulette Assault Review
Roulette Assault has been rated well on many forums and blogs as one of the best pieces of roulette software available. It is similar to many other automated roulette bots which already exist but apparently has some exclusive features which will give you the winning edge. The creator and many people who claim to have used the software say that you are guaranteed to make money with Roulette Assault. The main feature of the software is that it has the ability to use various different systems which are configurable allowing you to decide which is best for your own unique bankroll. However does this really give you a winning edge? Or is it simply a tool you can use to help you develop your own strategy. If it really does guarantee that you will win then why is it only being sold for $49.95? Roulette Assault has attracted many casino gamblers so here is a fair review to determine whether or not this is just another scam.
First of all the sales page looks like your average clickbank sales page. This gives the impression that the software may only being used as a quick way for marketers to gain some quick money. Many people will have affiliate links to these pages giving fake reviews about it insisting that it is a money making machine. The testimonials on the page are also fake which is not a good sign either. Using common sense you can pretty much tell that this is bound to be a scam but we can’t count it out because of poor marketing.
The software itself has some decent features which can be used as tools such as the sleeper system. You can also set whatever value you want for the sleeper as well making it quite efficient. For example if you set it as 10 then it will wait until Red has come out 10 times in a row and then start betting black. It is also very time efficient as it can do 200 spins per minute. The trailing stop loss feature is also quite fascinating as it forces the software to stop after you have lost a certain amount of money. You can also set the trailing stop loss value yourself. However these features are merely tools you can use to assist Martingale methods. Martingale methods simply do not work in the long run and you are just throwing your money away.
Some people will be happy to hear that the software is compatible with various gaming platforms including PlayTech, RTG, iGaming and Vegas Technology. This means you can pretty much use it on almost any gambling website including some of the most well trusted. Compared to it’s market rivals it is much cheaper with more features which is a slight positive. However even with the nice features there is no working system built into the software to guarantee you will win in the long run.
The sales page basically tells you that you will be using Martingale methods such as the double dozen strategy. Yes it might work for a short while giving you some quick money, but you will gradually lose your whole bankroll on one losing streak. People are still being fooled by these marketers and it is sad to see the Martingale system still in use. For this reason Roulette Assault is a complete scam.
The one aspect of Roulette Assault that I personally like is the fact that you can use it to test out different roulette systems. The fact that it can operate 200 spins per minute is good for this and you can use demo cash to try the systems out. By doing this I guarantee that you will lose the whole demo bankroll at some point using each of the systems.
Roulette Assault is supposed to guarantee you that you will win all the time but it is a complete lie. You are paying $49 for a piece of software which basically does what you can do yourself. I would not waste any money buying this software and you would be much better off putting your $49 towards your bankroll. If you are looking for something that will help you beat the wheel in the long run then you will need to look elsewhere. Roulette Assault is just a complete and utter scam taking advantage of new roulette players.PlayRoulette.org » Systems »