Roulette Computer for Sale


#1

It’s this one:

Why am I selling it? my circumstances have recently changed and it’s no longer practical for me to travel to casinos (I live in a rural area). Also I have another business venture under way and my interest in roulette as a source of income has waned, although I still play online occasionally using a dealer signature system which I devised myself.

At the time I bought it, it seemed like a good idea. It’s all there: computer, charger, DVD of practice spins, and a manual. Does it work? to be honest I haven’t actually used it under live conditions, but it’s easy to operate and I have no reason to suppose it isn’t effective. There may be some members here who have one so feel free to give your opinions.

Maybe I should check with Mark Howe before selling it, but thought I’d post here first to get some feedback. I was thinking of asking around £200.


#2

Hello jacobite,
Or hello “Professor MAH”,
??
No matter who are you, idea to sell here device from Mark A. How looks for me ridiculous.
In my opinion he is pure scammer.

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#3

Hi abcde123,

Thanks for your opinion (and I’ve no idea who “Professor MAH” is). You could well be right about Mark Howe, is that the general consensus among the veteran members here?

Ok, so maybe I’ve been scammed, but the device was sold on Ebay, which at least gives you some peace of mind that you won’t be ripped off (or if you are, you can get a refund).

It’s very hard to get an objective opinion online. Everyone trumpets their product as the best and trashes everyone else’s; Ebay seemed like the safest option at the time.

Besides, it was cheap, and I wasn’t about to shell out thousands, certainly not for Stefano’s computer or even Jafco’s (yes, I did have a look at the competition before buying). I wasn’t aware of this site at the time though, so may have been tempted by forester’s products, which look good.

Ah well, you live and learn.


#4

[quote=“jacobite, post:3, topic:1174”]Hi abcde123,

Thanks for your opinion (and I’ve no idea who “Professor MAH” is). You could well be right about Mark Howe, is that the general consensus among the veteran members here?

Ok, so maybe I’ve been scammed, but the device was sold on Ebay, which at least gives you some peace of mind that you won’t be ripped off (or if you are, you can get a refund).

It’s very hard to get an objective opinion online. Everyone trumpets their product as the best and trashes everyone else’s; Ebay seemed like the safest option at the time.

Besides, it was cheap, and I wasn’t about to shell out thousands, certainly not for Stefano’s computer or even Jafco’s (yes, I did have a look at the competition before buying). I wasn’t aware of this site at the time though, so may have been tempted by forester’s products, which look good.

Ah well, you live and learn.[/quote] is it programmable? Can you look to the data and export it?
Generally speaking, almoust nobody winn with rc. It has one big flow… the one who operates it. You will be better of with timer or methronom ( best as both are combined in one as Forester does.
I have a dream that someday Forester will combine all possibilities of good timer and multipap stopwatch in one. That would be perfect rc ! However, on my personal opinion, if l needed rc to play, l would use foresters acrobat2. If you consider to get one, go for ffv, becouse zaps are electric shocks. Wellcome to forum. If you spend a good time reading and practice, probably you will not need rc at all.


#5
is it programmable? Can you look to the data and export it?

No to both questions. I’ve attached the instructions which, it has to be said, aren’t that great (poorly formatted, spelling mistakes, etc). I guess I’m not a very good salesman. :smiley:

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#6

Yes you are bad salesman.
While someone might purchase it just to see, perhaps find something interesting after reading instructions there is no need for that.
It is simplest and dumbest as it can be.
It is designed only for wheels with single dominant drop which would be easiest to predict, but even for that the designer is so wrong and limited.

“Now Click and hold down the LEFT button when ZERO goes past the vertical diamond at the 12 O Clock position(top of Screen) and release switch when Zero is at 6 O Oclock position. (HALF ROTOR TIMING)"

Pity is to limit such unit so it has to clock rotor at particular position, it is a waste of valuable time. The reason for that is silly codding of prediction as explained.

“25, 22 ||| ||| ||| ||| ||| ||| ||| ||| ||| ||| ||| “

Mark Howe’s roulette commuter doesn’t have independent settings for both ball directions, which means he assumes the ball decelerates same and drops symmetrically in both ball directions which of course is not the truth. Having 2 vibrations than space than 5 vibrations for 25, followed with 2 + 2 for number 22 in opposite ball direction is only confusing and the player loses time to decode it. Also what if instead of 2+5 he reads it as 2 + 6 or 2+4? It is not 1 pocket mistake but ¼ of the wheel. Such approach also limits the program to predict equally EU or US wheels. It is so silly to make player instead of placing chips first to hear prediction for ball direction that he is not playing.

Another issue is clocking only one ball rotation with suggestions do it earlier during the spin. Human mistakes in such clocking will produce predictions to shift more than 2 ball rotations.

Worst of all is to clock ball shorter than one ball rotation to adjust for the offset. Howe’s computer doesn’t have adjustment for the offset not even for a single ball direction. Solution or batter say disaster is to do what Howe suggests to clock ball for 27 pockets instead of full ball rotation. If the ball is 1000ms , clocking it as 750 on some wheels it may be 1 rotation difference on some 3 even 4 making the time difference for the rotor movement deviate 1 to 3.5s which with 10 pockets per second would make result deviate ~25 pockets. On top of that making such adjustment in different ball rotation would make additional deviation to predictions.
Setup is done only with a single spin, there is no additional spins that the computers could analyses and correct mistakes created during clocking. Such mistake combined with mistakes of only one ball rotation clocked in play mode will have even greater differences on predictions than what was earlier explained.

If excluded coding for numbers such program doesn’t have even 30 instructions for calculation. Roulette computer as FFV has more than 7,000 instructions.

The only good thing about Mark Howe computers is that he admitted how mobile phone commuters suck and trying to develop micro-controller device and software. Up to point you got it he would be better off if he makes it as a timer, at least some visual ballistic players would be interesting to buy it.

If you take details from the video you will see that what Howe’s computer predicts is not in relationship where the ball drops, for example whatever the computer predicts the ball drops 9 pockets earlier and jumps to the predicted number area. In his case sometimes it is 9 pockets earlier, sometimes 9 pockets late or around predicted number or opposite than predicted number, making it random.


#7

Hi forester,

Thanks for your analysis, I was hoping you would do this, which is one reason why I uploaded the doc. In hindsight and with knowledge, it seems clear that the computer is almost useless as a viable earner, pity I wasn’t able to get hold of the instructions and find this site before I bought the damn thing!

I was thinking of putting it on Ebay for £150 - £200, but In all good conscience, I can’t do that now.

I find it strange that someone would actually go to the trouble of building and marketing a roulette computer if they’re purely in the business of scamming. Wouldn’t it be much easier just to come up with some BS rules for some mathematical system and sell it for the same price? You would probably get just as many, if not more sales, and for a fraction of the work.


#8

Unfortunately I lost the instruction manual in a recent hard-drive crash, so if anyone has a copy of it (downloaded from the link above - no longer available) I would be very grateful if you could send me a copy. robmitchell_73@yahoo.com.

Thanks.