Roulette Computers: Hidden Devices That Predict Spins
Roulette computers are still legal in around half of casinos. The only limit is what you can win without being detected.
Are They Legal?
See a Demo On Any Wheel
- Test on any wheel you want.
- Spin the wheel yourself.
- Live demos in-person or via webcam.
- Use the computers for yourself.
- Disassemble wheels to check for tampering.
Beware of Scams
Tips To Avoid Scams
- Some roulette computer sellers are notoriously manipulative. Never rely on anyone’s word alone. Do careful research.
- Insist on a demonstration on a modern wheel in realistic casino conditions, and learn the statistical relevance of results (a mere “profit” in tests is not sufficient proof).
- Be aware of false positive feedback including paid Ebay reviews. Often sellers also publish fake negative reviews and false information about competitors.
- You get what you pay for. Most computers lose you money in real casino conditions.
- Don’t rely on video demos alone. Some wheels are defective and very easily beaten, even without a computer.
- Insist on a personal demo on a wheel of your choice. If you aren’t sure, see it for yourself on a wheel the seller doesn’t own or control.
How They Work
1. Dominant Diamonds
The ball will almost always hit specific diamonds more than others. This is called a “dominant diamond”, and it happens on almost every wheel. You can easily check it on your casino’s wheels by creating a small chart. Regardless of the ball release speed, there will still be a dominant diamond. They are usually caused by minor imperfections in the ball track, and they are almost impossible for casinos to prevent.