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$668 in 2.5 hours...

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by filmy, May 5, 2008.

  1. filmy

    filmy Junior Member

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    No shit...

    I went ahead and downloaded R-o-u-l-e-t-t-e S-n-i-p-e-r from the thread here on BHW.

    I then stayed up for about 5 hours practicing.

    The instructions that come with the software are not super clear which is why I put some time in practicing.

    Went to sleep. Got up about 5 hours later -- went to my coffee shop which is where I hang out during the day while I write.

    Took a break from writing -- downloaded both 888.com and GoldenCasino.com software -- installed them.

    Deposited $500 into GoldenCasino.com account -- started playing roulette.

    Was in the black within minutes and never looked back during THAT session.

    1st session win was $348 in 40 minutes.

    Went back to writing... A couple of hours later, logged back into GC and resumed playing.

    2nd session win as $167 in 50 minutes however, during this session I hit a downward swing and rode it out or should I say, GROUND it back out to the black.

    $348 + $167 = $515

    At this point, here were my thoughts on the software... I love it! I don't know shit about Roulette but I have been a professional gambler for the last 25 plus years, I did make a slight tweak to RS's recommended betting scheme.

    Basically, this software just crunches the numbers that come up on the wheel and tracks them. At specific intervals when a certain number comes up on the wheel (you then submit that number to the software), it recommends a particular bet on the layout. I had no problems with ANY of the bet suggestions except the 2, 3, and 4 number combination bets.

    I found these to be fairly risky... To be fair to RS, I did win about a third of these bets when it said to bet them but I still felt they were a bit too risky so I changed those particular betting schemes when RS recommended them. I simply bet whatever set of 12 numbers that particular scheme fell into i.e., if RS recommended that I bet the 6/3, then I bet the "1st 12" instead and simply progressed the bet if I lost.

    I was playing $5 units so my progression went like this when I lost:

    $5-$10-$15-$25-$35-$50-$75-$100 -- unfortunately, GC wouldn't let me bet $100. Max bet was only $99. However, I only had to go that high ONE TIME and won all the other progressions at some point during the progression.

    I did in fact lose two-thirds of the 2, 3, and 4 number combo bets which is WHY I changed my betting strategy to something a little less risky. Once I made that change in RS's recommended strategy, I had a lot less downward streaks.

    Last session -- which I just completed about an hour ago... I set the software to allow me 5 wins for 30 minutes of play before quitting. It was a fairly GRINDING session i.e., by grind, I mean SLOW and tedious but even so, in a half hour I still netted $153.

    I'm not even mentioning the match bonus money GC credited to my account either... LOL.

    Some notes...

    I set RS for conservative play with every configuration of numbers ticked in the "Play Style" section of the software.

    I set "Wins per table" to 5.

    Play for 20 to 30 minutes but I like the 20 minute setting best.

    Minimum wager was set to $5.

    I started off with $500 in my account.

    After clicking on the "More" button in RS, I made sure that both the "Conservative Betting" and "Conservative Defaults" boxes were checked. During practice play, I realized halfway into the practice sessions that I had the "Aggressive Defaults" box checked and I experienced many more downward trends dipping into my bankroll... Even so, RS continued to GRIND it back up to get me in the black.

    Everything else was just left at the default settings.

    You must pay attention to the numbers that keep coming up and correctly submit them to RS so that it can successfully track them. Although like mathematicians say... Dice and Roulette wheels have no memory but being a pro gambler who's way into the black with craps, I have a tendency to keep the same dice and likewise with the roulette wheel... If I missed a number, which I did once, I quit and started over. While I definitely do believe in mathematics, I also believe in my gut and when my gut tells me to do something, I trust it.

    Now before anyone possibly thinks this is the holy grail here... Let me just say that the mathematicians also say that roulette cannot be beaten in the long run. To me however, the long run is defined by playing these games as if they were your job -- day in -- day out -- grinding away mercilessly at the tables.

    I have never played that way... I have my own set of stop losses that I live by as well as my own set of betting strategies that obviously work on a progressive basis... On top of that, I utilize a bankroll of a certain amount of cash and then split that bankroll up into MANY different session bankrolls so that I am never in fear of losing my entire bankroll.

    I only say this because I do not recommend anyone go into debt or use their rent money to play blackjack, craps, or roulette. That's always "scared money" and people using scared money have one hell of a time adhering to a rigid set of rules to help keep them in the game for the long haul.

    Finally... I have met MORE mathematicians at the roulette wheel than anywhere else in the world... LOL. Many of these players were in fact, geniuses who had devised a "similar" method of playing and betting on roulette to that of the RS software. In fact, these mathematicians were allowed to play inside the casinos with their notepad, a pencil, and a calculator. Most of the mathematicians I've met over the years who played roulette won money which is WHY they played the game.

    RS essentially does all these calculations for us. Of course, you're not going to be able to take it into a casino but for online play, I cannot recommend it ENOUGH. Yes, I've only played it with real money 3 times but the software very much simulates the way a pro gambler would approach the game in my humble opinion.

    If you can stick to RS's stop loss suggestions and quit -- switch tables when the software recommends it and bet the set of 12 numbers INSTEAD of the combination number bets RS suggests following a realistic progression, you might just make yourself some decent $$$$$.

    filmy
     
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  2. zabSE

    zabSE Newbie

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    you really serious ?

    f*ck my blindside if you are..

    I totally discounted roulette due to the number of websites all moaning about the odds.. f**k it hell.. why not. ;x got any links?
     
  3. mactep

    mactep BANNED BANNED

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    Can you please upload RSpinner because previous link in that thread do not work?

    Thank you in advance!
     
  4. filmy

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    He stated he was using Roulette Sniper, not RSPinner. Hate for you to try and follow what he did using the wrong software.
     
  6. filmy

    filmy Junior Member

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    Okay... I tried the download link again in the other thread and BAM! All gone now so I don't expect this to stay up very long:

    Code:
    hxxp://w3.******************.php?uid=a6%2BcmZutbKqbmJmltqyZlJyiaK%2BWlJmr8
    Stay cool -- make $$$$$.

    filmy
     
  7. bizkiller

    bizkiller Regular Member

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    i do have this software, but

    everytime i played this.

    i went broke, maybe it's cuz i played too much?
     
  8. zabSE

    zabSE Newbie

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    lol :) sounds like me and forex, poker, sports betting.......
     
  9. bizkiller

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    lol

    could you explain more about your table switching?

    do you simply go ou and go back in at GC?

    and.

    would you explain more about 12 set of numbers tweak/method? :)
     
  10. Cryten

    Cryten Newbie

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    That depends, were you ever up any worthwhile amount and then you blew it by playing to long, or were you never up and you just lost it all?
     
  11. acsitesupport

    acsitesupport Registered Member

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    i played one hour and went broke on this...
    i dont think this kind of income is dependable for long term
     
  12. chachinga

    chachinga Guest

    Glad version 2 has anti-piracy mechanisms built into it.
     
  13. blanko

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    that file is already gone too...
     
  14. elvanvitar

    elvanvitar BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    this wont work
     
  15. chachinga

    chachinga Guest

    nothing ever does
     
  16. zabSE

    zabSE Newbie

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    to make sure the casinos have an edge, every few rounds you gotta switch tables, every guide I read advocated playing at 6 or 7 casinos, because if you win too much the casinos profile you and turn your odds down.... so to avoid it switch tables early and often, dont play to long and if you really really like it, get more than one casino,
     
  17. chachinga

    chachinga Guest

    here are the r0ulett3 snlper accredited casinos:

    hxxp://w3.r0ulettesn1per*com/casinos

    they seem to pay out really well
     
  18. concentustech

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    Thanks filmy good share :)
     
  19. filmy

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    Just finished another session here at the coffee shop. $300 even net. That's now $968 total in 3.5 hours of play.

    At one point however, I was $155 down from my session bankroll but I just kept at it and ground it back to being in the black.

    The tweak... No problem.

    If you're familiar with the software, then every once in a while after submitting a number, RS tells you to bet some combination of numbers. These are the numbers I've been getting:

    6|3
    24|21
    21|18

    RS has recommended that I bet this combination numerous times which I did comply with at the beginning in order to TEST the software.

    I noticed quite quickly however, that a full 2/3 of these numbered combos simply would NOT come up and I had to max out the progression and of course LOSE every progression which adds up to a lot of money overall and definitely DIPS heavy into your session bankroll.

    So...

    If you notice on the Roulette layout:

    There are 3 bets:

    1st 12
    2nd 12
    3rd 12

    Pretty easy to figure this out...

    1st 12 = any number that comes up from 1 to 12, you win.
    2nd 12 = any number that comes up from 13 to 24, you win.
    3rd 12 = any number that comes up from 25 to 36, you win.

    So INSTEAD of betting the combo of say, 6|3, I instead bet the "1st 12."

    If it doesn't hit, I progress from the $5 original bet, to $10. After every loss, I increase the progression like this:

    $5-$10-$15-$25-$35-$50-$75-$100 *NOTE: with the stakes I'm playing at GC, they will only let my max bet be $99. I have not tried any other casinos at this time.

    Another example...

    If RS tells me to bet the 21|18 combo, I ignore that recommendation and instead bet the "2nd 12" with the same standard progression I outlined above.

    In other words, I am never betting a combination of numbers when RS tells me to and instead, simply betting that section of 12 that the combo number fall into.

    Now here's where it gets interesting...

    With my tweak, you're still tracking the numbers in RS... And, when you when one of your progressions, you can either:

    a) Quit betting on the section of 12.
    b) Roll back down to the original $5 bet and start progressing again.

    I've been doing "b" because RS keeps telling me to bet that same combo... In other words, the combo doesn't come up but I'm still managing to hit that section of 12 a few times while I'm waiting for the combo to hit.

    So if you work this tweak as I am, you're going against what RS tells you to do but at least it's less risky and you experience much less fluctuation in your session bankroll. In fact, now after having practiced at least 6/7 hours and playing 3.5 hours with money, it seems to ME that it is absolutely these combo bets that fuck everything up... i.e., cause you to lose or dip deep into your session bankroll.

    With my tweak, you can hit that section of 12 -- 3 or 4 times while you're waiting for the combo to come up and make money every time.

    The only problem is that you really have to keep it straight in your mind as to what you're doing since you're not following RS's advice.

    Final note...

    I'm not playing American Roulette. Only European with 1 zero.

    filmy
     
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  20. bizkiller

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    so do you follow all the suggestions that rs makes, but you only tweak the part when rs tells you to bet on 2 numbers?