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Do Roulette Computers Still Work Today?
January 14, 2016, 02:45:05 AM
There's enough proof to know roulette computers, at the very least, have won fortunes before. Take the Ritz team for example. But do roulette computers still work today?

See http://www.roulettephysics.com/do-roulette-computers-work-today/

Is it all a scam? Am I full of it? Are my computers simplistic over-priced junk? Do I really use paid actors and magnets in my public demo recordings? Is what random people with no experience say on forums true?

If in doubt, it's really simple. Just come see it for yourself. See it on any wheel you want, including 6 hours of slingshot wheel recording, or one of your own. I want to do another public demo this year some time. It will probably be via live online webcam, and anyone will be able to chat and see the video is live like was done with previous webcam demos. This time it will be of the hybrid computer and anyone can attend for any reason. No more are being sold now. It is more to satisfy people's curiosity. Of course though the full capabilities wont be shown, but enough for important facts to be clear.

If you have no idea what a roulette computer is, see www.roulette-computers.com - basically they're hidden computers that determine the ball and wheel speed to predict the winning number.

"The only way to beat roulette is by increasing the accuracy of predictions"
Free roulette strategy that works: www.roulettephysics.com
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