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http://www.roulettemoneybot.com/ Is this BOT a scam?
Posted: 07 August 2012 04:52 PM   [ Ignore ]
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anyone familiar with this BOT?
its free, which makes me wonder…

http://www.roulettemoneybot.com/

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Posted: 08 August 2012 01:00 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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jpg2502 - 07 August 2012 04:52 PM

anyone familiar with this BOT?
its free, which makes me wonder…

http://www.roulettemoneybot.com/

Be very carful with this bot. As you can see it uses 3 casino’s (Club777, Casino.com and Mansioncasino and all 3 are registered by exactly the saem company. So I expect that this bot is written by the owners of the 3 casino’s and you run a realistic risk that at a certain moment the bot will simply steal all your money from you.
Don’t even try this.  Has written the words SCAM and FRAUD in invisible ink written all over…......

The safest way to try to make money is to write your own bot. At least than you know that nobody is cheating you.

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Posted: 08 August 2012 03:10 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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CasinoObserver - 08 August 2012 01:00 PM
jpg2502 - 07 August 2012 04:52 PM

anyone familiar with this BOT?
its free, which makes me wonder…

http://www.roulettemoneybot.com/

Be very carful with this bot. As you can see it uses 3 casino’s (Club777, Casino.com and Mansioncasino and all 3 are registered by exactly the saem company. So I expect that this bot is written by the owners of the 3 casino’s and you run a realistic risk that at a certain moment the bot will simply steal all your money from you.
Don’t even try this.  Has written the words SCAM and FRAUD in invisible ink written all over…......

The safest way to try to make money is to write your own bot. At least than you know that nobody is cheating you.

Cheers
CO

i would love to know HOW to make my own BOT. i have seen people online who offer the service of creating your bot, for an obscene price!

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Posted: 08 August 2012 04:00 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Hiring smebody else to do your work is a waste of money.

Look at PYTHON and/or at AUTOHOTKEY both types of languages can be learned in 1-2 weeks and then you can start writing your own bot. A big plus of this is also that if the casino detects you , you can easily adapt your bot to another casino.

So I recommend to invest the tiem and effort to learn to write your own bot. It really pays off in the end.

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Posted: 09 August 2012 11:13 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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CasinoObserver - 08 August 2012 04:00 PM

... I recommend to invest the tiem and effort to learn to write your own bot. It really pays off in the end.

... providing you test your result properly!  When personal computers and their spreadsheet programs first became available to the public (Anyone remember VisiCalc?) they were treated as the Second Coming.  They allowed small businesses to generate financial, inventory, and any other necessary information with the touch of a button.  Unfortunately, a few of these businesses went out of business shortly after computerizing their records.  Why?  Because their spreadsheets contained errors.  Their developers, the business owners, were not information technology (IT)—actually it was called data processing (DP) back then—professionals and so were not familiar with adequate testing procedures.  Their spreadsheets told them they were doing great and that is what they wanted to see.  Only when they physically ran out of supplies, product, and/or money did they discover their “programming” was flawed.

A bot is vulnerable to the same trap.  Murphy’s Law, IT variation: “If an error can occur, it will.  If an error cannot occur, it probably will.”  Being as roulette is a negative expectation game, with all bets carrying the same house advantage, I doubt it matters whether or not a bot makes the bets its writer intended it to make.  What does matter is that the bot shut off when it is supposed to (i.e. when a win goal or stop loss has been reached).  A bot inadequately tested and running unattended is a disaster waiting to happen IMHO.  At the risk of sounding like The Voice of Doom, do not make the same mistake the spreadsheeters made.

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Posted: 09 August 2012 12:38 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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Of course proper system analysis, program writing , debugging and thorough testing is always a must.
The nice thing with bots is that many casino allow to play in fun mode which is great for testing purposes.

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Posted: 18 September 2012 06:37 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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I would never trust a bot with my money. But as it has been said before in this thread, try bots out with demo money to see how it works. However, be aware of spyware and stuff that can come with installing these bots!

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Posted: 18 September 2012 12:28 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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You are absolutely right. Any bot you download from the internet is a potential risk. It is much better if people sell.give their system and let players write their own bots. 
My son and me write our own bots and therefore we know exactly what the bot will do . And then after thorough testing and debugging we start playing. A safe method to use bots. Also it allows us to adapt our bots quickly and safe to any casino we want to use. Most on-line offered bots can only be used with predetermined casinos’which may not be the casino’s you like to use yourself.  And writing your own bots is easier than most people think. I alsways recommend to look at AUTOHOTKEY and PYTHON which are both very practical and easy to learn languages to write your own bots.  PLus both of them have good tutorials and a user forum where you can get program help from other experienced users in case you do face a certain problem.  Both of them are free to use. SO the only investment you make is investing in yourself to learn these languages/

I have heard of on-line offered bots which make you win a few times and then they empty you entire BR.
So be varuy careful with bots offered on-line either commercially or non-commercially.

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