One of my buyers responces system still not failed
Hi Simon, I have a bit of a comical story to tell you. I found your roulette system post today, because I was going to a casino tonight (just got back home). It took me a bit of focus to understand your post, because I have only played brick-and mortar roulette once before, without really ever studying the table . ( I didn't know what a 'dozen' was, for example). So after about 10 min of reading your 'system', I got the grasp of it.
I decided to test it on the Internet beforehand. I quickly found a nice play for free flash game. After 2 hrs, I was up about $950 on the flash game, and I thought WOW, I sure hope this works in real-world brick and mortar casino.
After dinner went to the casino. I'm not a gambler, but take my mom on occasion because mom loves the slots (she's 97, in good health and resembles the Queen, almost a dead ringer in many ways). I never know what to do with myself during these occasions (about twice a month ) because slots bore me to death, so I sit sit the bar drinking tea or coffee and watching hockey or basketball. Tonight I was armed and ready for gaming. I was on a mission, armed by Simon.
There is one only electronic/mechanical wheel roulette table in the casino (no card tables), with six seats (stations). Sitting down, I fed in $60 and started to play. Sure enough, your system worked like a charm. I went down below $60 briefly, to about $45, but then turned it around and it was straight up from there. I just kept on climbing incrementally until I was at $160 and then cashed out. This took about 3 hrs. I kept leaving the table for periods to check on mom, so in total played time, probably less than 2 hrs. I was betting $1.00 chips. (next time I'll graduate up to the $5.00 chips)
The hilarious part for me was that I was the only person seated that did not feed the table more than one time in 3 hrs. Astounding. On two occasions I had Asians (Chinese and one a Vietnamese on either side, pumping in the $20 bills by the handful, feeding the game like madmen, and losing it all. There were at least two other guys with note pads, feverishly making notes on their own play like crazed scientists. Also losing. I was the only person relaxing like a pro. It was hilariously, really.
Thank you so much Simon.
James in Canada