Are Roulette Sniper, BlackJack Sniper & Docsmoney for real?

Hi there,

I have read a lot about these and nearly purchased them both on the back of some strong reviews. However i suspected that reviewers like Dave Morris (apparently a long-term online gambler of Squidoo) may in fact be affiliates and get a cut for bigging up Vince’s software.

So can someone tell me if they are real or are they just skip-fodder like the Martingale casinos mails.

Many thanks,
Boon

2 Responses to “Are Roulette Sniper, BlackJack Sniper & Docsmoney for real?”

  1. I don’t know a lot about them, but I guess they a programs that are supposed to win at online casinos, yes? If they really worked, do you think that a) the people who wrote them would be publicising the fact, b) the casinos wouldn’t have already blocked them from exploiting/accessing the site, and c) would the casino site still be in business because they could have great chunks of cash carved from them.

    If something seems too good to be true, it probably is…..

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  2. First of all, these programs work outside of any casino online, so they would never know you are using them. They do not integrate in with the casino software. I have personally used Roulette Sniper and have made profits. I’m just not that patient with the software. Your not going to make thousands of dollars in a matter of a couple of hours unless you have a huge bankroll. That’s not the point of the software. The point is to help push the odds of the table in your favor and help you pull in consistent winnings over a long period of time. This is how true wealth is made. Its not going to be made overnight.

    But like I said, I don’t have the patience to play roulette for very long, so I only play a little each day.

    Regards,
    B

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