Most people think the primary factors that determines where the ball will land is the speed of the (wheel) rotor and ball release. And that because release speeds can’t be predicted with any reasonable accuracy before the spin begins . . . or can they?
Most roulette players will say “no”, and most players would be wrong. The more experienced players would state roulette spins can be predicted before ball release if the wheel is defective, leading to certain numbers spinning more than others. This is known as wheel bias, and it’d more common than you think. But bias analysis is a comparatively slow and impractical method to beat roulette. There are much quicker, more effective and much more practical methods to beat roulette . . . and they don’t rely on wheel defects. Also you don’t need thousands of spins to analyze. Before I explain more about them, I need to get something off my chest . . .
You only stop learning when you think there is nothing left to learn
This part may seem out of context, but you’ll have to bare with me. Understanding the science behind my full system may change your perception of reality. This is because it involves principles that occur in the wheelwork of nature.
Beating roulette for me began as a method to “make money”, but in combination with my energy research, it led me into areas of “awareness” that I never expected. And it all means much more than mere money. Sure I can just teach you “how to make money with roulette”. I can teach you to push a button on software and profit without even understanding why it works. But if you would rather understand the HOW’s and the WHY’s, this and the next issue is for you . . .
Much of the gambling community are ignorant to the fact that every day my roulette players achieve devastatingly accurate predictions on modern wheels in new condition. Most casino staff would tell you its simply impossible. And did you know the Earth was once flat too, and mathematics was witchcraft?
And now you’re probably thinking “oh but predicting roulette is different, because it is all based on wheel and ball speed”. And besides, lots of “experts” say roulette cant be beaten with predictions before the wheel spins, right?
Let me ask you this . . . do you think the people that burnt mathematicians at the stake were utterly convinced they knew best? . . . are you open to the possibility that right now, you could be just as wrong about something as those people were? . . .
Let me introduce you to some of my favorite quotes:
|“Condemnation without investigation is the highest form of ignorance.“|
– Albert Einstein
“Of all the frictional resistance, the one that most retards human movement is ignorance, what Buddha called ‘the greatest evil in the world.'”
– Nikola Tesla
“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.“
“True knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing.”
If you think you always know best and that there is nothing for you to learn, this is where you stop learning. You only continue to learn if you understand there is much more to to learn.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying don’t be skeptical. It is healthy to have skepticism. I’m just saying approach this with an open mind, think for yourself, then ask the right questions. This will lead you to the truth. But if you prefer to base your opinions from somewhere or someone else, then you are wasting both of our time. I fully expect and encourage all the questions you have, and will gladly answer them in detail but first please thoroughly read my sites as the answers you want are probably already there.
I’m telling you this because I have the luxury of not needing to sell anything to live comfortably, and can afford to choose who I want to work with. I have no time for ignorant people, but have ample time for people with open minds, without the delusion that their perception is always accurate. And if you are ignorant and unwilling to challenge your comfortable perception of reality, this is not for you because you wont be open to learning new things.