Roulette Secrets Uncovered Scam

Roulette Secrets Uncovered from RouletteSecretsUncovered.co.uk is a scam that’s been running for several years now. It is another casino promotion scam with the promise that the free systems provided exploit flaws in the online roulette software. The author, “Ryan” is feeding you a fantasy I’m afraid.

What’s particularly scandalous are the testimonials which are almost certainly fake. One of them says that without the systems, he wouldn’t have been able to pay his rent and another claims that thanks to the £4000 a month that’s being won, a dream holiday can be booked. The BS doesn’t end there either. In fact, it’s only just beginning.

He claims that he’s a freelance casino software consultant and that due to this line of work, he can exploit the flaws. On top of that, he claims to have bought a Ranger Rover Sport, in cash, with three months of winnings from the systems provided, he doesn’t have a boss any more and that you yourself can earn between £150 and £500 per day. I’m quite literally shaking my head as I write this.

Then, there’s a list of “tested casinos” where he claims to be getting good results with the systems and that’s the scam. The whole idea of the “systems” and the fantasy like claims listed on the website is to convince the reader that they too can make money, thus prompting them to join the casinos recommended.

What Are The Systems Provided?

In total, the Roulette Secrets Uncovered website provides “4 systems” but the reality is that systems 1-3 are the same but with different staking plans and system 4 bets on a different part of the table. Let’s look at them in more detail.

Systems 1-3 – All three of these are simply waiting until a Dozen hasn’t hit for 5 consecutive spins and then bet on it and play a progression when you lose. The progression varies slightly from each system, with system 1 starting with a a 50p bet and system 3 starting with a £1 bet. Due to the different starting bet, the progressions vary. That’s it, these are the systems that are apparently capable of winning £150 – £500 per day.

System 4 – This is simply using the Martingale on Red or Black – pick a colour, bet £1 and double your bets after every loss until you win. Nothing new here, although he does advise that you avoid this system and stick with systems 1-3 instead.

For the rest of this review, I shall stick with systems 1-3. Let’s be blunt, waiting until a Dozen hasn’t hit for 5 spins and then betting on it is a disaster waiting to happen. There’s absolutely no hope whatsoever of it winning any money at all over the long term of play. You can forget about the Range Rover, dream holiday, money for the rent and all the other stuff the guy was mentioning because as pointed out higher up, the whole thing’s a fantasy.

While the bets start out small with these kinds of systems, the losses soon add up and so does the amount you need to bet in order to cover the losses. Below is a table that contains the progressions that you would need to use when starting out with a £1 bet on one of the Dozens.

Martingale On Dozens/Columns, Starting With A Bet of 1 £/$/€
LossesBet Placed (£/$/€)Total LossProfit If The Bet Wins
1112
2121
3242
4372
54111
66171
79261
814402
921612
1031921
11471392
12702091
131053141
141584722
152377092
1635510641

As you can see, after 15 consecutive losses, your total loss would stand at £709 and the next bet would need to be £355 – a total outlay of £1064, all just to win £1. While you may think that the odds of losing 15 in a row are unlikely, it’s actually not. Here are the odds of the Dozen you’re betting on not winning for 15 consecutive spins:

(25/37)^15 = 0.2793% – This works out at 1 in 358 chance.

What these numbers tell you is that over the long term of play, you could expect to win and recover your previous losses 358 times before you lose £709. The maths doesn’t add up at all. The progression provided above is actually “safer” (for lack of a better word) than the progression provided in system 3 where he claims to be “making most of his cash”.

Of course, none of this is mentioned on the Roulette Secrets Uncovered website and “waiting 5 spins before betting” does not change the odds because past spins don’t influence future spins, despite what websites like Roulette Secrets Uncovered tell you. Waiting until something hasn’t hit for a few spins and then betting on it is commonly known as fallacy.

If you still aren’t convinced that this system won’t work, download the free trial from either Roulette Assault or Roulette Bot Pro, set them to run in a real money simulator mode (testing with no money on the line) while tracking the Dozens and you will see each Dozen can regularly go over 25 spins in a row without hitting and sometimes over 30.

When this happens, you will either lose all your bankroll to the progression that you would need to use or you will hit the table limits and it makes no difference if you wait for 5, 10 or 15 spins before betting. So much for exploiting casino flaws.

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