I’m a professional engineer/mathematician/scientist, and long time Shannon & Thorpe fan, learned how to do card counting (though not much stamina at that yet), just getting into roulette now. I already have quite a bit of money and am used to taking large risks and having wild swings in my net assets, thanks to Bitcoin and stock market, I just don’t want to rely on those keeping going up. I’m trying to establish a reliable and easy income. I was actually thinking of making my own roulette computer, but it appears that Forester’s computer would be well worth it, since it appears to give a much better edge than card counting Blackjack, when used correctly. And I could always come back to making my own.
Most or all of the videos and pictures I’ve seen on this site are of European roulette wheels. I wanted advice on which of Forester’s computers (FFZ, FFA, FFV) are best for use on American roulette wheels which include the extra “00” green. I realize that its a much worse game, but my goal is to dwarf the casino’s edge, so convenience of locality would help. Also does the Acrobat software have to be purchased separately? I think I would lean away from FFA because ear pieces and induction loops are likely to be discovered. But there is an FFZ Acrobat?
Also, I would like the ability to reprogram unit repeatedly, so I can travel. Also, preferably to save old settings, so I can rotate through different wheels and just reload calibrations. Does Acrobat give that capability?
Given these objectives, what would you suggest?