**“Roulette Tracking” is not a roulette system.**

“Roulette Tracking” is a program that provides the roulette player with valuable information about the roulette permanence (ie a previous series of numbers) during the active game in an online casino. The permanency is checked after each spin or coup on 64 extraordinary events (referred to in the jargon as negative deviations) and in case one of those deviations is found, an appropriate message is displayed. Example of such an event: if, after 25 consecutive spins, any (!!) sector with 9 numbers lying next to each other has not been hit, the program displays a corresponding message.

“Roulette Tracking” is a *tool* that you work with and that you can use in a variety of ways. Essentially, “roulette tracking” is a program that provides the player in the shortest possible time with the highest possible number or amount of information about the number of roulette numbers that have appeared during a certain period of time (predefined by the player). *How* this information is used is up to the player. The experienced player knows how to profitably implement such information as he has learned to interpret it correctly.

**The 4 most important prerequisites a “player” has to bring along to successfully apply the program:**

1. He must be willing to spend the necessary time to read all the pages on this website.

2. Once the program’s operation techniques are known, it is necessary to practice a minimum amount of time (usually a few weeks) with the program before putting any real money at risk. Only in this way is it possible to correctly assess the versatile applications and strengths of the program.

3. The “player” must recognize that the correct use of this program requires full concentration at all times, so that successful online roulette should and can no longer be regarded as a game , but rather as serious work.

4. That without the consideration of a number of psychological factors ( mentioned on the following pages ), it is not possible to earn reputable profits with online roulette in the long term.

If you have the desire to earn money with online roulette and understand that online roulette is not a possible way to get rich in a more or less comfortable way and are confident that you can meet the above four requirements, then continue reading. If not, close this website as soon as possible. Any further reading would be a waste of time (which will later end up being a waste of money).

Online casinos earn millions with the stupidity of their customers. 99.9% of all roulette players do not know what to do in order to make lasting profits. Most people are convinced that this is not possible anyway, but they continue to play, either for fun or because they just can not let go. Regrettably, the number of those who are experiencing financial difficulties is steadily increasing, not to mention the psychological problems involved.

I hesitated for a long time before I decided to sell my roulette tracking program, which I had developed over many years. Due to the fact that the number of players who regularly lose large sums of money due to their stupid way of playing the roulette game and thereby are more or less unhappy, I have persuaded myself to offer it now for a reasonable price to those roulette players who are determined and have the necessary discipline to **learn** (!!) how to use this tool profitably. The number of those who are not able to do that will be just below the 100 percent mark in the future either way, so those who actually manage to make steady profits don’t have to be worried to be banned by the online casinos. The operators of online casinos do not need to block a successful player, nor do they need to cheat their customers. Although not a few online casinos use methods that could be considered quite unfair, you can assume that outright scams are extremely rare.

On the following pages you will learn how to use modern computer technology successfully in order to make respectable financial gains with online roulette in the long run. Therefore, you must be aware of the fact that roulette should no longer be considered as a game or play, but as serious work. This is not intended to deter you, but rather, this note should point out that this is a program intended for serious roulette players, for those who have recognized that a long-term successful online roulette game has to do with luck for only 10-20% and for 80-90% is based on knowledge and serious work. Furthermore, it should be noted at this point that you do not need computer skills to successfully apply the program. All you need is a computer, an Internet connection and the Excel program from Microsoft (for just 7.- Euro per month, you can go to the Microsoft website and subscribe for a monthly plan to get Office 365). And, of course, the willingness to spend the time necessary to learn how to handle roulette tracking properly.

From now on, consider online roulette no longer as a game of chance, but as an internet platform that allows you – provided that you have the necessary knowledge – from the comfort of your own home or, if you have a laptop with you and an Internet connection, make money from anywhere in the world (and at any time).

In order to acquire the necessary knowledge, you must read **everything** (!!!) on this website *and* follow the instructions *exactly and consistently* . It would be advisable to take your time, and whenever you read several pages, make sure that you have understood 100%. If this is not the case, then read the corresponding pages again. If you need additional explanations, you can always contact me at the following e-mail address: roultracking@gmail.com

**Why do roulette systems not work?**

You should definitely know that *all* roulette systems that are offered on the Internet (free or paid) are not able *in the long term* to generate profits. Nobody, ever since the roulette game was introduced, has been able to use a roulette system (emphasis here is on the word “system”) that allows the player to make **lasting** profits. There are many indications that this will not change in the future.

For years, I spent several thousand dollars buying so-called professional (that is, very sophisticated and well thought-out) roulette systems, and *hundreds of* such systems were tested by me using the computer for many years . When it was not possible to make a decent profit with the first version (the purchased version), I changed the system slightly (for example, set the daily win and loss limits differently, or changed the rules a bit). The result was always the same. When checking number series that covered several hundred thousand spins, the balance was *always *clearly in the minus. With some systems, it was possible to achieve a notable plus for months, sometimes even over a whole year, but at the latest when the number of tested spins exceeded the one-year limit, the profits were again consumed. I’ve used millions of roulette spins for years to test a variety of roulette systems, read dozens of roulette books, spent a lot of time calculating roulette probabilities and studying the psychology of the player in general and also spent a lot of time in real casinos and in online casinos as well. The conclusion is clear:

With a roulette *system* , nothing can be achieved in the *long run* .

There is one main reason for this: and that is the zero advantage of the casino.

The proof is provided by my computer tests. If you remove the zero from the permanence, it is possible for numerous systems (depending on how the betting rules and the profit and loss limits are set) to achieve a positive balance even over a long-term period. In that sense, mathematicians are right in asserting that it makes no sense to develop a roulette system because it is impossible, for purely mathematical reasons, to defeat the roulette game. The Zero disadvantage (from the point of view of the casino: the zero advantage) is always fully effective in the long run. In a Roulette game (European Roulette) with 36 numbers and one zero, it amounts to an average of 2.7% (and 1.35% on the even chances, insofar as the “en Prison” rule applies).

The problem with the systematic roulette game is ultimately that it dictates, just *systematically *to play according to the same rules, ie to bet (or not to bet) if certain predetermined number or chance constellations occur. Even with roulette systems that try to follow the trend of permanence, the rules that are set remain unchangeable and do not change the fact that there is no plus balance in the long term. Many providers of roulette systems use permanence (usually a few months, sometimes a full year) to show that the system actually works. This deliberately deceives the potential buyer. With many systems, it is indeed possible to achieve decent profits over a few months; during the following months, however, the balance usually returns towards zero profit and later also clearly into minus. If a system is subjected to a test with the computer over several years, then one only needs to pick out a period of several consecutive months during which the system makes profits and then supply this with the description of the system so as to show that it is a profit system. Unfortunately, inexperienced roulette players always fall for it and spend their well-earned money on something that is absolutely worthless. Although I have been dealing with roulette for a long time, I have spent a lot of money on such systems as well because on the one hand I was interested in testing these systems with the computer and on the other hand I thought that I would perhaps find something really useful. The latter has never happened and today I know with certainty and I would like to repeat that again expressly: there is no roulette system with which permanent profits are to be achieved.

Anyone who has ever studied the roulette game (ie, played for a long time and has thought about the rules and laws of roulette) knows that each permanence (each more or less long number sequence) shows cycles that has to be recognized and exploited. However, every cycle or trend breaks off after a certain amount of time, so a certain system always “intervenes” only temporarily. Sooner or later, the profits will be consumed again. In the long run, there is always a negative balance, no matter how you set the profit and loss limit. Although strict adherence to such limits is an extremely important prerequisite for running a successful roulette game at all (see the comments on the topic “Money Management »), it is not sufficient to keep the balance permanently in the plus, if one applies *systematically the* same betting rules.

**Roulette – Tracking**

** **The use of “roulette tracking” is basically very simple. After a roulette number has shown, click on the button with the appropriate number to start the program. After entering a series of numbers (the length of the series is set by the player in advance), the main program will run after each spin and then do its calculations (“roulette tracking” consists of over 15,000 (!!!) programming lines). “Roulette Tracking” tells you targeted information whenever a particular outcome is relevant enough to make a bet. To perform all calculations, it takes between 3 and 5 seconds (depending on the computer) (!!!). Would you have to do the calculations manually, it wood take several hours of calculations after each spin.

A first example shows how the basic principle of “Roulette-Tracking” works.

As every roulette player knows, the numbers on the roulette wheel are arranged in a specific order (see figure below).

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Now look at the following series of numbers (these could be the last 23 numbers that appeared during a particular roulette game):

27 – 26 – 1 – 32 – 3 – 18 – 36 – 3 – 9 – 24 – 33 – 12 – 23 – 26 – 16 – 7 – 20 – 32 – 26 – 8 – 30 – 14 – 16

Now we’re going to put these numbers into a scheme to show how they are distributed on the roulette wheel (see Figure 2). Since the 27 in this series is the first number that appeared, we write a 1 below the number 27. After the 27, the 26 was hit, so we write a 2 below the 26. We do the same for the other 21 numbers up to the number 16 (the last number shown). Below the 16 (by the way, a red number on the roulette wheel) are two numbers, a 15, since number 16 was hit on the fifteenth spin and a 23, as number 16 was hit on the 23rd spin of this series, the last spin (see next figure).

As it is common in a random sequence of numbers, the scattering of numbers on the roulette wheel is more or less irregular. On closer inspection, however, we notice here an interesting fact (or number constellation). During the last 23 spins, a certain number sector on the wheel *was not* hit *at all* . This sector consists of 9 adjacent numbers. Since this is rather unusual, this is a bet opportunity.

So we are in possession of valuable information. And now it is important to translate this information into cash. Importantly, it is up to the player *how* he wants to make his bet to implement this information profitably. Therefore, “roulette tracking” is not a roulette system, but a roulette tool. If, as in this case, a sector with 9 adjacent numbers doesn’t show during 23 spins in a row and the “Roulette Tracking” program points it out to us with an appropriate message, the *same* decision is not always made as it is usually the case with a conventional system.

Here are a few possible ways to bet:

– You bet the corresponding sector (ie the numbers 6 – 34 – 17 – 25 – 2 – 21 – 4 – 19 – 15) three times, expecting to hit one of its numbers within the next 3 spins. If it hits on the next spin, we win 27 pieces or roulette chips of a certain value (if we put on each of these nine numbers one piece ). If “our” sector hits one spin later, we still win 18 pieces and it hits the third and last spin where we bet, then we still win 9 pieces. If the sector *does not* hit during these three spins, we lose 27 pieces and stop betting.

– a second option is to bet all the numbers, which *do not* belong to the said sector, for a total of 28 numbers, in the expectation that the observed trend still continues, meaning that the 9-numbers sector is still not hit yet on the next spin. If that is the case, we win 8 pieces, in the opposite case we lose 28 pieces.

– another possibility would be to wait until the sector is hit and *then bet* it 3 times , expecting it to be hit a second time within those 3 spins .

– or one may bet the 9 numbers of the said sector *and* two adjacent numbers to that sector (one on each side) two or three times (the numbers 36 – 13 – 27 – 6 – 34 – 17 – 25 – 2 – 21 – 4 – 19 – 15 – 32 and 37 ( 37 stands for zero), expecting the roulette ball to either fall into the sector within the next two or three spins , or at least very close to it.

Moreover, we may or may not use a progression. Also, the type of progression, if one uses one, should be chosen carefully, depending on how the last 23 numbers are distributed around the roulette wheel.

So you see, this is not a roulette system in the traditional sense.

Here is another example where the same 9-number sector has not shown during 23 spins in a row, but where the distribution of the 23 numbers on the roulette wheel is different and that affects our decision on how to bet (next picture).