Posted on July 21, 2000.
In Reply to: Powerplay roulette and baccarat system, Goldmine roulette system, Chip posted by Ion Saliu on July 19, 2000.
I understand Chip sold his roulette system for around $5,000 (FIVE THOUSAND US DOLLARS). My roulette strategy consisted of more than a dozen systems. I sold the entire package for $50 (FIFTY US DOLLARS)! It is called the Super Roulette Strategy. It was a big success with honest people. A minority of bastards and the criminally inclined attacked me fiercely in an attempt to intimidate me. They wanted the strategy for themselves ONLY; or they wanted to make the systems as-if their own and sell them for huge fees; or they were casinos executives who wanted me to stop promoting that fearsome gambling strategy!
Can you believe this? I can't! How can one be afraid of testing his $5,000 roulette system against a $50 gambling system (twenty times more consistent in content)? Does it make any sense?
That's the world we live in
Best of luck to you all! Best of luck especially to those who Chip sold his roulette system to!
By the way: The Super Roulette Strategy is now free, because of a Napster-like act of sharing and swapping gambling systems!
Set the record straight on Chip, his real name, criminal behavior, Powerplay roulette, baccarat - June 2004.
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