|Posted: June 14, 2012, 10:27 am - IP Logged|
I can't literally say there are no proffesional roulette players, but there are essentially no proffesional roulette players. Don't be fooled by these "systems". The only way to beat roulette is through physics and statistics, plain and simple.
Either Wheel Clocking (get the technique down, find a sloppy dealer) or wheel bias (good luck finding that, maybe it's possible in Europe.) And then size your bets appropriately, or you're going to lose anyway.
Either way, those are unrealistic to think you can do. Most Wheel Clockers play in teams, and wheel bias is rare and requires 20,000 spins to reach a high confidence level.