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Steve

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New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« on: April 01, 2011, 11:03:22 AM »
Development has begun on a new AUTOMATED roulette computer, similar to the one at www.hybridroulettecomputer.com. This will be Hybrid version 3. The other versions are briefly explained below:

Hybrid Version 1:
Ball detection component seen at:
http://www.roulettesystemanalysis.com/m/hybridv1.wmv

This version uses a STATIC camera that must be positioned before predictions commence. It can be moved, but not during a spin. It only needs to see where the ball and zero pocket pass, NOT the whole wheel. It automatically knows if the line of sight (view of wheel) is blocked. Powerful zoom lenses can be used to obtain a clear and unobstructed view of the wheel, by obtaining reflected images from highly positioned reflective objects - even some light fittings are suitable. While it is extremely accurate and automated, this version is only suitable for approximately 10% of casinos. It requires THREE operators.

Hybrid Version 2:
Ball and zero detection demo at:
http://www.roulettesystemanalysis.com/m/hybridmkII.wmv

This version's camera can be bodyworn, and doesn't need to be static. You can move the camera around, and predictions are not affected - it is very easy to use, but requires a lot of different components. This version also requires THREE operators. Application is practical in more than half of casinos.

We are now developing a version that is very similar to version 2, but NEEDS ONLY ONE OPERATOR. This simply has never been done before. The most relevant benefits of this version are:

* Very easy to setup and use: Literally all the user does is stand facing the wheel and click a single button to get a prediction of where the ball will fall. There is even completely automated winning number detection. There is no need to stand still as the image recognition technology automatically does everything needed.

* Extremely accurate: you only need to concern yourself with placing bets.

* Only ONE operator needed: there is no need for additional team members, and you can still bet with high discretion. However, you can very easily swap players so spread winnings between different team members.

* The player wears small and highly discrete equipment - in fact so small it can sit in your pocket.

The actual algorithms that this version will use for predictions are the same as the Uber version at www.roulettecomputers.com. The main difference will be how timings of the ball and rotor are established. When the roulettecomputers.com version is used with TWO players (two players taking timings), the accuracy is no different to the Hybrid, and it doesn't require cameras oradditional equipment.

Both the roulettecomputers.com and hybridroulettecomputer.com versions have been publicly demonstrated, with some of the recordings of these public events available at www.roulettecomputers.com/videos.html (although the last public demo was more for the roulettecomputers.com version, the hybrid was only briefly demonstrated as it is no longer available anyway - we made a set amount which was defined by contractors who created required components).

While the current hybrid versions are all either sold-out or being used by my partners, the new version hybrid will be available in roughly 3 months. Pricing is yet to be finalized, but I anticipate the sale price to be US$100,000. While it may seem excessive, consider the only limit to what you can earn is "what you can get away with, without being noticed".

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. Is it more accurate than the current roulettecomputers.comversion?
If you use the two player version of the roulettecomputers.com device, accuracy is no different. The real benefit is complete automation.

Q. Do you offer partnerships with it for 50/50 profit split?
As per www.roulettecomputers.com/partners.html I recently stopped taking new partners as I have more than enough. It is now a simpler and more preferable option for me to "sell" the technology, at a worthwhile price. You can still apply for partnership, although exceptions are made only rarely.

Q. Can I see the hybrid before buying?
Yes of course. You don't need to visit me to buy the roulettecomputers.com version (although it is still advised), but you can only purchase the hybrid in-person. This is because it's
a very large transaction, and I want you to be absolutely sure you know what you are buying before paying me anything. This is why I also prefer to meet purchasers in person before they buy the roulettecomputers.com version.

Q. When will the new hybrid be available?
Development has only begun, but I expect it will be complete and ready for demonstrations in about 3 months. Most of the work is already done due to the previous versions - this version is more about making it all suitable for single players.

Q. Can I see it just out of curiosity?
No. Demonstrations of this version are only for those who have serious intent to purchase, and have provided adequate proof of liquid funds prior to demonstration. There is no obligation to purchase, but I simply need to know my time is not being wasted.

On another note, regarding the updated wheel analysis software for genuinewinner.com players: it will be complete in roughly a week, and will take me a few days to test. So very soon it will be available for player use - I'll notify everyone via the player-only forum at www.genuinewinner.com/forum and my blog. As per my previous announcement and below, the pricing of the genuinewinner.com system will increase soon:

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The current price is US$2500 up-front, and a further $1000 with winnings. The NEW pricing will be US$2500 up-front, a further $2000 with winnings, PLUS a monthly fee of $100 to use the wheel analysis software ($1200/year).
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Originally the price change was going to occur on the 14th, but I've extended it until the latest software is fully up and running as explained at www.genuinewinner.com/purchase.html - so if you're interested in becoming a player of my methods, you still have a chance to join at the lower price.

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2011, 09:40:04 AM »
I better start saving my earnings haha

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2011, 09:57:40 AM »
Soon there will be a computer released on the opposite end of the scale - a very simple one. It'll probably be roughly $1500. There will be an even simpler one than that (more like an advanced thumper) I'm giving to players for free soon.

The hybrid V3 and Uber version (on roulette)computers.com) are just entirely different. Not all computers are created the same.

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2011, 07:32:36 PM »
an advanced thumper sounds good, will it require the induction loop and earpiece to be practical for use though?

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2011, 07:55:25 PM »
By default is uses vibrations, so no induction loop needed. But a cable is needed for in-casino application. That requires phone modification. I've tested the completed version today, and it does what is needed perfectly - for both basic and advanced vb. I now need to write the manual for it which is relatively simple. I'll announce and explain all that in the players only section. This section is public.

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #5 on: April 05, 2011, 02:27:05 AM »
Seems everything around you are on track. How is the Uber RF issues? Is that fixed by your technician?
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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #6 on: April 05, 2011, 09:53:40 AM »
I'll find out about RF issues in a day or so. I dont know anything yet.

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #7 on: April 05, 2011, 07:51:09 PM »
Just have a try on using the atilt timer. What a convenient tools! It seems the atilt timer does not require renewing security code like the computer.
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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #8 on: April 06, 2011, 11:07:04 AM »
It does ask for codes, every 500 spins or 31 days. It is not tight security like the computer because it is only a basic tool.

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #9 on: July 18, 2011, 09:58:09 AM »
Hi Steve whats the latest update on hybrid 3 is it ready?

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #10 on: July 18, 2011, 10:17:34 AM »
No the programmers are working on another project of mine for now. I'm not sure when they can resume work - just whenever they finish the other work.

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #11 on: July 18, 2011, 10:57:40 PM »
Thanks, do you have a rough timeframe for it, will help me get a better idea when to get in contact with you again about it, im already a system player as you know. Thanks

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #12 on: July 19, 2011, 09:12:47 AM »
Over the next few days I'll organize the programmers and who is doing what, then I'll have a better idea of timing. Until then I wont know because they are still working on other things.

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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #13 on: July 19, 2011, 11:56:41 AM »
Thanks, can you please email me when you have an estimate.
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Re: New AUTOMATED Roulette Computer
« Reply #14 on: July 19, 2011, 12:17:59 PM »
I simply dont know yet. I have so many things happening right now its hard enough to keep track of those things. But rest assured when I know, I will make it known.