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Already a popular game, roulette has received much more fame when it ventured to the realm of the Internet. The web is now full of sites giving advice on how and where to play Roulette. Meanwhile, some roulette websites offer roulette systems which can purportedly help players increase their odds of winning.
Unfortunately, some of these roulette systems may not even work and are simply created to fool innocent players into giving their money for a promised win. Many are widely advertised, and at first glance, they can appear legitimate. So there are two things you must do to ensure you do not get ripped off by a Roulette system. The first, most obvious one, is not to use any Roulette system, and the second is to realise that the systems offered are bogus. Here you will see a number of indictors that a Roulette system is just a scam -
1. Claims that you will win huge amounts.
Fake roulette systems often come with fake marketing claims. The most obvious example of this deception, and the first item on our list is the use of over the top claims by the websites or individuals selling these systems. Examples of these claims are boasts about minimizing the house's edge in roulette, which is completely impossible unless you modify the game.
2. Found via deceptive links.
Many of these scam systems are often found through mis-leading links, which users are expecting to take them to unrelated content. The links may be disguised as links to roulette tips, or something totally unconnected to roulette.
3. No live proof.
The sites will often contain a video showing the system at work, and giving good returns. However, not many are willing to demonstrate their products live. Those that refuse to provide live demos are most likely fraud, as real time observation of how their system works will merely expose their ineffectiveness.
4. Fake testimonials about how great the system is.
You will often see testimonials from people claiming to have made thousands of dollars with the system on offer. Check the names out, and you may find that they are completely made up. Those with the same name may even turn out as folks that have nothing to do with gambling at all. This is deceptive marketing, and this alone tells that the system is a fraud.
5. Guaranteed success.
Lots of these sites guarantee that you can't lose using their system. However, no system can overturn the house edge which is designed into the game of roulette, and actually guarantees that the casino will make money over the longer term. Sorry, but that is just a fact, and once you accept it, then you can ignore these systems.
All these indicators can be summed up by no more than two words: deceptive marketing. Any roulette system sold through misleading tactics should be done away with, for how can you trust that the system delivers on its promise if it isn't honest in the first place?