Roulette Killer Scam

Roulette Killer is one of the original software programs dating back to 2007. The problem is that original does not always mean best and that’s certainly the case here. Let’s just summarise the RouletteKiller.com website very quickly:

Roulette Killer Claims:

1. He is a 25 year old student living his dream life by winning $10,000 per month from playing roulette.

2. There are pictures of a Porsche 911 Turbo and a Swiss bank balance of over €600,000.

3. Using Roulette Killer is a case of 3 easy steps to beat roulette and rake in easy cash.

4. Roulette Killer calculates over 100 factors to give an accurate prediction.

5. Exploits “MD5 Randomiser” weakness.

6. Says the software is brand new, which it was – back in 2007. It hasn’t been updated in 10 years.

Wow, so much hype, so what is Roulette Killer actually like? All you do is enter the results of the last 10 spins and then it will tell you which of the outside bets you should bet on. The outside bets are: Red/Black, Odd/Even, 1-18/19-36 and the Dozens/Columns.

The problem is that it’s wrong a lot more often than it’s right. It bases its predictions on the distribution of the last 10 spins. So if in the last 10 spins there’s been 4 Odd numbers and 6 Even, it will tell you to bet on Odd. It uses the same principal for the rest of the betting positions. This just doesn’t work at all and the longer you use it, the more you will lose. So much for “calculating 100 factors” and exploiting the “MD5 Randomiser”.

There’s also a so called winning video on the website where £11,000 is won in less then 5 minutes. If you take a moment or two to watch the video, you’ll notice that he’s betting on multiple outside bets with £500 and increasing them after a loss.

At some points in the video, he’s betting over £5000 on a single spin of the wheel, although the video was obviously recorded on a free game. If I spent a few hours playing on one of our free roulette games I could probably get a winning run of £11,000 if I’m betting £5000 a spin. The video is idiotic and in no way represents what can be expected from long playing sessions.

There’s no doubt about it – Roulette Killer is a scam and should be avoided. While you may find a few positive reviews (that are fake from advertisers), you will find many other complaints and scam warnings from people who’ve lost money buying it and then a whole lot more from using it.

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