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Millionaire School - Introduction
February 17, 2009, 01:29:18 AM
Hey.
 
Welcome to the Millionaire School.
This is a multilesson course/tutorial/guide or whatever you may want to call it that will actually turn you into a millionaire!  ;D

If you don't want to become a millionaire or if you're afraid that you'll waste your time here.
Then please feel free to put your time to better use RIGHT here at this link!
On the other hand. If you DO want to become a millionaire, or if you atleast would like to learn some easy, free, working methods to make money, such as Bonus Bagging, Abuse of the unethical Business Practice of Online Casinos, Blackjack Card Counting, Roulette Prediction and more, you've finally found the right place.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 17, 2009, 09:20:55 AM
Alarian,

This sounds like an interesting proposition.

It is my humble opinion, however, that there is no such a thing as an "easy way to become a self-made millionaire" that doesn't require huge amounts of efforts, skills, and determination to accomplish.

As for the methods, 'Bonus Bagging' and 'Abuse of unethical Business Practice' are certainly not for me. But I will accept the 'Roulette Prediction' and perhaps the 'more' parts. :)

Looking forward to your posts.

Your friend,
Marven
You are absolutely correct that there's no such thing as an easy way to become a self-made millionaire but with the methods, software and tutorials I will provide, it's going to be a hell of a lot easier for the lot of you!
There won't be much manual labour involved and the demand of skills is heavily lowered with assistance of software.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 17, 2009, 09:32:22 AM
This is from a discussion in another thread on this forum.
I thought it was related to this post as it gives more information about the contribution I'm about to make to the users of this forum.

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1  I've read many comments in various forums that very clearly warn against using RNG casinos because results are not truly random. They advise using live online casinos instead.
I've worked as a programmer for Playtech, one of the (surprisingly few) companies that develops a certified Online Casino Software.
I can assure you that the above statement is absolutely true. There is however one way to abuse this, as I like to call it, Unethical Business Practice by Online Casinos.
Other developer's certified software that I can confirm have this property are Chartwell, Cryptologic and RTG.
I am going to disclose the exact method of doing this in my Millionaire School at my Personal Section when I get there.
In order to abuse this optimally you will need a roulette bot since it requires inhuman speed. I am done developing a bot for this purpose.

A bot for any other purpose regarding RNG, that I can think of, is merely a doomsday tool that will help you bankrupt as fast as possible.

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4.1 why would anyone buy a roulette bot that only works on RNG casinos?
For any other purpose than the one I hold reasonable, it comes down to the fact that some people just love running into a wall of fact built from literally millions of hours of research over the course of 300 years. It all comes down to that they are convinced that they can somehow beat these random events (combined with negative odds). Where there's a demand, money is there to be made.
My bot, designed for a specific purpose (abusing a property of the Number Generator Algorithm) , will be free of charge except for custom changes.


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4.2 why would anyone spend much time and intellectual energy in writing such a bot?
For any other purpose than the one I hold reasonable, I can only speculate.
Programming is ALOT of fun and Robot programming is in my opinion as fun and challenging as it gets :)
Reasonable demand due to the fact that alot of people are convinced they can beat Random Number Generated games with negative odds is also a good reason, reason above...

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4.3 why would they not write a bot for live, online casinos?
Working on it...
Learning the most I can about Roulette prediction... The croupier in your quote is quite morbid in his claims which from my experience are a bit exaggerated and too definite.
On another note outside of Roulette predicion techniques... A computerised bot can easily optically estimate the velocities of the wheel/ball to gain a reasonable advantage. My bot will utilize the combined knowledge of all methods I'll be able to accumulate.

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4.4 and, more to the point, why would anyone write a roulette bot instead of a blackjack bot? (in the light of comments made above about blackjack versus roulette)
I'm using such a bot of my own design. I make good winnings online with Live Blackjack Dealers. This is also going to be disclosed at the Millionaire School in my Personal Section on this Board.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 17, 2009, 09:38:51 AM
Well Im open to ethical suggestions.
Will be watching your posts mate
The Spiders Kiss
Just to clarify. I won't suggest you do anything unethical. You are going to abuse the fact that most online casinos are running an unethical business. I will show you methods to profit from this unethical business practice by casinos.
Sure, it's about "cheating"... Advantage play is "cheating", from the Casinos' point of view. However... Imagine the money that casinos elegantly (but literally) steal from their visitors.

It's about taking back what's rightfully ours from a constitution that dwells on people's mishabits.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 18, 2009, 06:15:31 PM
Hello Alarian,
Looking forward to your contributions,I am particularly intersested in bots that can play live dealers.
This is something that won't be disclosed right away, because you're going to need a good bankroll to start it with.
It won't take too long either since I'm eager to get make it available for everyone to get up there as soon as possible. As you might have seen, I've already spent alot of time on this section.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 18, 2009, 07:27:58 PM
I never believe that playtech will cheat on live games but as people talk and spread tall tales about playtech showing recorded video/using magnets to make you lose.I just can't help wondering if this is true despite the fact it sound so silly because if playtech is out the cheat you,then some other people will be winning.Again people will tell you they choose the number with the least bets and orchestrate the result so they pay out less and always win.The requirement for players to confirm the bet reason being they need to know the total bets on all the numbers so that they can fix a result on a particular number to pay out the least.It just goes on and the stories get more and more absurd.

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Interesting to know alarian, can you explain why their "live" wheel throws out some of the strangest sets of numbers I have even seen ????
I can tell you this...

Casino - The company that puts your cash in their pockets.
Playtech - The company that makes one of the certified Casino-software there is.
Some company running a livedealer center. Usually in the Phillippines - The country where most livedealer centers are situated.

These 3 instances have a mutual deal and are all individual companies.
So you can't say "Playtech's Live Wheels" since Playtech only makes the software...

The software doesn't have anything to do with the live dealers and live wheels...
So I'm afraid I can't give you any inside information about the wheels themselves

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I don't want to talk any more about my employment at Playtech or my experiences from that time.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 19, 2009, 02:42:29 PM
Again, from another thread:I can tell you this...

Casino - The company that puts your cash in their pockets.
Playtech - The company that makes one of the certified Casino-software there is.
Some company running a livedealer center. Usually in the Phillippines - The country where most livedealer centers are situated.

These 3 instances have a mutual deal and are all individual companies.
So you can't say "Playtech's Live Wheels" since Playtech only makes the software...

The software doesn't have anything to do with the live dealers and live wheels...
So I'm afraid I can't give you any inside information about the wheels themselves

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I don't want to talk any more about my employment at Playtech or my experiences from that time.

Hello Alarian,

I respect your wishes let's move on,we do not talk about playtech anymore.I believe there are things you know and must keep to yourself.I am interested in your bot and also would like a custom a bot for my application,I do not mind playing you for your time so that I can get things running asap.

Sorry guys,money talks and I never believe in freebies.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 23, 2009, 09:52:38 AM
Could you please post:

  • a brief outline of your proposed syllabus

    an approximate timeline of when each lesson will be introduced


Not set in cement, of course, as you work, have a family and need some time off!!

But you've stimulated considerable interest and raised expectations.

Therefore, some details will do much to maintain momentum and to protect you from any unreasonable expectations from prospective 'students'  :)

Thanks very much.

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
February 23, 2009, 12:17:04 PM
 :) Hi Alarian,

Won't Playtech put a price on your head? You might like have 10 assassins looking for you!

Seriously though. If they should see this thread. Would they have any means to counter your bot by changing the software or maybe software that detects such a bot as yourselves. Interested to here your response.

Btw. I would really like to get my own back at these guys.

Your efforts are well appreciated.
Jakk

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Re: Millionaire School - Introduction
March 27, 2009, 05:00:42 PM
I used the bot myself some months ago, but I won't endorse any use of it and I won't release it.
There are much better and safer ways of making money.
One problem was that it would take alot of effort to make the bot user friendly. If used wrong it would most definitely ruin you and I wouldn't want to take those discussions either.
I'm putting most of my work now on the Blackjack Card-Counter and making that a bot in the end.
The bot version will have a hefty price though since just 2 bot users on the same casino would cause a reaction.
Live dealer casino's aren't as over-populated as the RNG-things... It's not hard to spot a heavy advantage player out of 500 players... Especially when alot of the casinos has 10 tables at most. Ladbrokes has 4 live Blackjack tables for example...