Want to get an edge over the roulette wheel? Grab a copy of the book written by Christopher Pawlicki. The book is entitled “Get the Edge at Roulette: How to Predict Where the Ball Will Land,” and was written for roulette lovers of all skill levels.
The book is a must have for roulette lovers. Using the system will help the roulette player beat the casinos.
To beat the roulette system, the player should learn how to predict which spot the ball will fall on. This is what the book of Pawlicki offers to its readers.
Every bet on the roulette brings negative probability and any betting system might result in extreme loses, but using this book, Pawlicki illustrate how to beat the biased wheels and to be familiarized with the roulette wheels that are vulnerable to tracking.
The visual tracking of the wheel is illustrated in this book to give the roulette players the accuracy to predict where the ball will fall.
And for those just starting to play the roulette wheel, Pawlicki describe a method to detect the dealer famous signatures and relative numbers of the wheel.
The book further explain the difference between playing Online Roulette and playing roulette at land based casinos. This is very important as it will help the roulette players increase their chances to win online.…
Mark Howe invented a gadget that can cheat on Roulette Wheels and give a one hundred percent advantage over the casino.
Howe, who has been forbidden from the casino since the 90’s, announced September 18, 2006 that with his invention, the house’s normal 2.7 percent edge will be reversed.
The gadget is a clicker that records the deceleration speed of the roulette wheel rotor and the ball. The Roulette Player will receive instructions through an earphone about which number the ball will drop on.
In 2004, a group of roulette players tested the device and won 1.3 million UK Pounds at the Ritz Casino in London.
The gadget price is around five thousand dollars, the basic kit includes a computer inside in a Nokia handset, DVD with footage of a wheel that can be use for practice, electronically shielded data input cable with button or switch and instructional material.
Meanwhile, the UK Gambling Commission director of operations Phill Brear, said that cheating devices can work but hinted that it would be impossible to prosecute the gamblers who used these devices under the UK Gambling Act.
Gaming inspector and former croupier, Keith Tayler, said that UK regulators are reluctant to ban cheating or predicting devices because in doing so would only means that they are admitting that the roulette is a biased game.…