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  • Paperback: 133 pages
  • Publisher: Balvinder Sambhi; 1st edition (1 Dec. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 095596511X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0955965111
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 14.8 x 0.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,110,746 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Balvinder Sambhi from Birmingham United Kingdom.

The only proven Roulette System Player to date ever in the world to beat the roulette wheel.

Published in various world wide newspapers beating the UNBEATABLE GAME!

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This is a true story of how I broke one of the biggest UK casino groups single handed with 3 Roulette Systems and only £2500.00.

I had done what no roulette player has done since the game was invented: I had broken one of the largest casino groups in the United Kingdom single-handed.

I didn't break them financially. What I mean is that I broke them mentally. The casino could not cope with my roulette systems. These systems allowed me to win every single day for over two months without a single loss.

The casino's only option to stop me taking money from it every time I visited was to bar me. And so it did. The Grosvenor barred me from all its casinos in the United Kingdom.

Two months earlier I had started playing my new roulette systems. Every day I made a profit from the casino. It was like stealing candy from a baby, but this baby was the "unbreakable" bank. I had done what every roulette player in the world has dreamt about since roulette began: breaking the unbreakable.

"Breaking the Roulette Wheel."

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Truth Teller on 21 Dec. 2009
Format: Paperback
I am going to divide this honest, fair and objective review into two parts: `Description of how Roulette is played'; and, `The systems the booklet contains'.

'Description of how Roulette is played':- If you are new to Roulette, perhaps thinking it is played with playing cards or dice or on a snakes and ladders board.......then this booklet will help you a lot. It describes how Roulette is played with a wheel and a ball, and how bets are placed (by players) on a Roulette table using chips previously bought.

There are some nice colour pictures of both the European (one zero) wheel and the American (two zero) wheel to assist the would-be player.

For this valuable information I award the booklet two stars.

'The systems the booklet contains':- I cannot be so enthusiastic here I'm afraid.

Basically the systems are of the `due' variety, whereby the player waits until a chance (usually an even chance) has not appeared for a while and then, (presumably because the ball feels it has been a bit unfair), he/she bets the opposite chance and eagerly anticipates the expected `due' win.

Alas, sometimes the uncooperative ball continues with its `unfairness'. But all is not lost because the author has a solution for this: it is to increase the stakes more and more and more until the ball decides to behave itself and fall into the required slot on the wheel. Then all will be well and a happy and prosperous player will emerge.

There is unfortunately one thing wrong with this wonderful proposed scenario: "What if the ball keeps on misbehaving and the player runs out of money or the table limit is reached preventing further betting?"

Alas, the author keeps the answer to this problem to himself.......
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By rez on 4 Jan. 2011
Format: Paperback
well guys, the book is nothing new. its about doubling your stake until your number comes up......which is something we are all aware of. people have been doing this since the beginning. the problem with this is if you keep on doubling your stake and wait for your number to turn up, you will find yourself in a position when you have no more money left to double your stakes ! and your winning number has not appeared yet. you could easily lose £2500 very quickly. it is suicide. the casinos also keep on eye on the table to see what you are betting on. they will make sure your numbers dont turn up. so doubling stakes is never gonna work my friends, all this would do is empty your pockets.

the price of this book should really be about £0.01p. if not given away free to everyone as an ebook. i bet the author has not even sold more than 100 copies yet. what a con !
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i have read this book and the sytem is no good, get your money back.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Taglientepiero on 18 Mar. 2011
Format: Paperback
well, I have found few interesting iformation which will help me to know some of the practical probability. Is this guy's way of playing good? well, it's not bad, but sequentions of a numbers u are looking for doesnt appear to often so u can very easily get bored until u will see them :)

is it worth to buy it? hard to tell, cause it's quite expensive, but if u don't do so much researches as me, checking so many numbers and all the probability then probably it's goo for u to buy it to let u know what's roulette all about. btw, there is quite a lot interesting information worth to know.

well, I will say it's worth to buy it to know more.
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