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  1. #1
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    Help out a university student...

    Hey everyone,

    I am the creator and owner of RouletteIsEasy.com . I have put up the website for an Internet Marketing Class I am taking in university.

    The websites main goal is to teach people how to cheat online Casino's out of their money by playing Roulette in a (so far) unbeatable progressive betting mechanism. This is the same method I am currently using to finance my education (tuition is expensive ;)).

    I am attempting to increase traffic to the website for as little cost as possible, so if you want to earn $40-$60 USD an hour, go have a read at http://www.rouletteiseasy.com and have a look.

    Also, please e-mail me at the address found on the website for some tips on getting more traffic to the website (I am hoping for 500 uniques a day.)

    Thanks everyone :)
    Earn $60/hr cheating Casino's out of their own free money. Requires no risk on your part. You must be able to follow my instructions TO THE LETTER. RouletteIsEasy.com

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    Just to be sure I got this right, you want people to visit your site, click your affiliate link and deposit $200 into their gambling account? Would I be wrong in asking how much commission you get paid for this simple act of kindness? I might be mistaken but this just looks like a method of getting people to click your affiliate link and earn you some money? I would be more inclined to believe your struggling student story if I hadn't googled your affiliate ID and come up with a hundred or so other money making sites using that very same ID. I could be very wrong but that's a rare occurrence.

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    Quote Originally Posted by bad_altitude
    Just to be sure I got this right, you want people to visit your site, click your affiliate link and deposit $200 into their gambling account? Would I be wrong in asking how much commission you get paid for this simple act of kindness? I might be mistaken but this just looks like a method of getting people to click your affiliate link and earn you some money? I would be more inclined to believe your struggling student story if I hadn't googled your affiliate ID and come up with a hundred or so other money making sites using that very same ID. I could be very wrong but that's a rare occurrence.
    I have also googled my "affilite link" and have noticed that people are linking to a site called "cmartel.com", of which I've never heard of and you'll see isn't even on the internet anymore.

    The goals of my website is made quite clear and many people have sent me e-mails and are quite happy with the results. I encourage everyone to use the play money mode if they want some proof that it works.

    Being 19 years old and in school is quite a challenge, especially when you need to finance everything yourself. I encourage you to try it out - even the hardest of skeptics have found it hard to refute the results. Hell, in your case (since your incredibly hostile for really no reason), e-mail me and I'll even guarantee your results.

    Regards,

    RouletteIsEasy.com (the so called affiliate with hundreds of links).
    Earn $60/hr cheating Casino's out of their own free money. Requires no risk on your part. You must be able to follow my instructions TO THE LETTER. RouletteIsEasy.com

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    Quote Originally Posted by A790
    The websites main goal is to teach people how to cheat online Casino's out of their money by playing Roulette in a (so far) unbeatable progressive betting mechanism. This is the same method I am currently using to finance my education (tuition is expensive ;)).

    I am attempting to increase traffic to the website for as little cost as possible, so if you want to earn $40-$60 USD an hour, go have a read at http://www.rouletteiseasy.com and have a look.

    Thanks everyone :)
    First. This is not an advertising board. You can not promote your website here, if it is how you make money.

    Second, if you knew this "method" to cheat casinos out of their money, you would not be blabbering about it all over Internet. When one person cheats casinos, he is just a blip on on their radars. But when thousands of people cheat, casinos will change their practices immediately.

    Anyway, the only way you can cheat casinos is on live card games by counting. Other "methods" are scam.

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    Hell, in your case (since your incredibly hostile for really no reason)
    First of all, I'd like you to point out where I was incredibly hostile to you?

    Secondly, if you are foolish enough to promote your website on an anti-scam forum then you should realise that you will be considered fair game. I was incredibly polite compared to what many here would have been. You must admit that as a student of marketing, it was hardly the wisest place to advertise. If you are ever going to be successful in internet marketing then you're going to have to do better than that. Imagine what would happen if you did that for a client, do you think they'd be impressed? I know I wouldn't be very pleased if a company employed to raise my public profile decided to promote my business on a site such as this. Your attempts to market your site don't seem to be doing so well, I've tried several google searches for roulette, cheating and even roulette is easy and didn't get your site. Perhaps if you spent more time studying and less time cheating at poker you may learn how to succesfully market your site.

    I'm not sure if your method of cheating at roulette works or not and quite frankly I don't care.

    Also, your new signature says that it requires no risk on your part which directly contradicts your website that says a $200 initial payment to the casino is required.

    If I seem cynical, it's because I am..get used to it.

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    Lol. What a joke, you think you are the first to come up with a betting strategy like this? Progressive betting. Your returns increase linearly but your losses increase exponentially. You may make money in the short term, but in the long term you will still lose, the only difference between this and not using progressive betting is that with this you will lose everything all at once.

    There is one way to make money from online casinos - deposit money, take their bonus money, play blackjack using small wagers so as to minimise deviations, all the while following perfect strategy, until you have met their withdrawal conditions (usually 10-50 times your deposit amount), and then withdraw your money + a bit extra left over from the bonus they gave you. Unfortunately you can only do it once at each casino, and most (though not all) have increased wagering requirements to the extent that its no longer possible..

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    Well, Cameron..you insist that you're not the person who once owned and ran cmartel.com? I've just found one hell of a coincidence then.

    http://forums.beyond.ca/printthread.php?threadid=122898

    http://www.publicautomotives.com/cla...ber.php?uid=67

    Someone from cmartel.com using the name A790!! As a gambler, do you know what the odds on that would be? Look what you've gone and done..you've got me all curious now.
    Last edited by bad_altitude; 10-31-2006 at 03:06 PM.

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    lol if you make the money in the short term, then take percent profits so you can outweigh your loses. so even if you start to lose you have already put money aside as profit.

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    Re: Help out a university student...

    Quote Originally Posted by cheevs
    lol if you make the money in the short term, then take percent profits so you can outweigh your loses. so even if you start to lose you have already put money aside as profit.
    You can't outweigh your losses. If you play long enough, you will lose everything. You may get unlucky and lose everything the first time you play. There is absolutely no way to win at a game like roulette. Any gambling strategy you like, if you crunch the numbers you will see that your expected return is negative ie. you always lose in the long run.

    If you want to make money gambling, learn to play poker and learn to play it well. You can't get money out of a casino, but you can get it from other people if they don't know what they are doing. Better yet, open your own casino.

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