The best software for winning roulette are the JAA software available here, and the roulette computer prediction software from www.roulette-computers.com. Yes they really do work but only parts of them are free. The majority of free software to win roulette is unfortunately ineffective. But at the very least, often they can help you more easily test to see if a particular roulette strategy is effective or not.
The best sources of free roulette software is probably the http://www.vlsroulette.com downloads at http://www.vlsroulette.com/index.php?action=downloads although I’m open to suggestions if anyone knows of other places. Many members have freely provided the result of their work for you to download, but it is not practical to go through every file – it would take countless hours. But if you have the time, you’ll find some members have been quite generous. You may also find software that helps you apply or test systems you’re currently developing.
At http://www.roulettetraining.com/software/ I’m building a list of software that I provide for free, and other free software to win roulette that’s provided by others. The majority of free software is intended to be geared more towards professional systems, known as advantage play.
If you have genuinely helpful software, even if it isn’t aimed at professional players who use roulette physics, please let me know and I’ll add your download to the list. Of course there’s no charge for it. My intention is to list all the most useful roulette software downloads on the same page. Also if you have any suggestions or resources you would like to see, let me know.
Most popular free software to win roulette
Without a doubt the most popular free software used on my site by professional players is at http://roulettephysics.com/jaa/index.php/jump – it has a few tools on it, with more being added soon. The main one is a jump chart analyzer. If you are familiar with professional systems like visual ballistics, then you’ll immediately understand the value of the software.
The second most popular free roulette software is the roulette simulator at http://www.roulettephysics.com/free-roulette-simulator/ – as explained at the page, it is not like the typical RNG roulette game. It actually simulates ball behavior. For example, the ball will roll a random distance, and at all times you can see the ball. So it is a true simulator for the roulette wheel. However, it is still no substitute for real wheels. It is kind of a hybrid between typical casino RNG and real wheel play. On this note, if you want to develop systems for RNG (random number generators), then first understand the basics of roulette prediction at http://www.roulettephysics.com/why-it-works/ – specifically read the parts that explain why most systems fail, and why you must increase the accuracy of predictions to beat roulette. The point is you can’t increase the accuracy of predictions for RNG roulette, so you can’t beat it. Also pay particurly close attention to the part about betting progression being useless in beating roulette, unless you first are increasing the accuracy of predictions.
Free roulette software to avoid
You may recall I previously mentioned a particular roulette bot program. Even more of them have surfaced since I last wrote that article. Basically a website is created to promote free software. You see loads of testimonials and people claiming they win lots. You download the free system software, and win in practise sessions. Then you sign up at the recommended casinos to play with real money, and lose. This is a typical online casino promotion scam. Usually if something seems too good to be true, it probably is a scam. It should seem like common sense. Although very often I still hear from people that bought into the scam. The main two reasons these scams are able to exist is because they are usually run from jurisdictions where the enforcement agencies don’t care, and even if they did care, it would be too expensive to prosecute.