How To Get Our Roulette Computers
How To Get Started
Basically you can either buy a computer and have others use it for you, or play for others who purchased a computer. Computer purchasers are called OPERATORS. And the people who play in casinos are called PLAYERS. The options are explained below:
OPTION 1 (Become a PLAYER): Join Existing Teams & Pay Only After Winning
PLAYERS are people apply the computers in casinos. They pay the computer owners (OPERATORS) part of their winnings.
First you need your own equipment like phones. You can easily get suitable phones from Ebay. You don't purchase them from us. The equipment costs about $300 per player.
Then you access a private forum where you meet people that purchased a computer. You can join their team and pay them a cut of winnings. There is no up-front cost besides the cost of equipment.
OPTION 2 (Become an OPERATOR): Buy a Computer & Get Players To Use It For You
An OPERATOR is someone who purchased the computers. They can either use the computers themselves, OR have others play for them who pay part of their winnings. They control who accesses their computer and when.
You don't need to play in casinos. Other players do it for you, and pay you a cut of winnings. You can watch the live video from the hidden camera in the casino, and see everything that happens. You can do this from home or anywhere with reliable internet. You don't even need to enter a casino.
You decide who has access to your computer and when. You have total control. And if your players don't pay you fairly, you can cut off their access.
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Beware of Scams
There are numerous roulette computer scams that appear credible. And some computers are poorly designed but well-promoted. Here's some advice to avoid being scammed:
- Expect sellers to lie to you. Some roulette computer sellers are notoriously manipulative. Every seller wants you to believe their computer is most accurate, and gives the earliest predictions etc. Only one of us is telling the truth. Expect them to give you half-truths, distorted information and blatant false claims. Never rely on their word alone. Do careful research.
- 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.
- Ignore sales hype & focus on a computer's features and capabilities: every seller claims their computer is best. Some even falsely claim their computers have capabilities they don't. Don't take a seller's word - see it for yourself.