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If you have come to this page after searching for an unbeatable gambling system you are in the right place - well sort of. The fact of the matter is that there is no guaranteed way to win when gambling and there is no system that will beat casino games. This article looks at some common systems and explains why they don't work and why they are a waste of your money.

You may have visited another site that is selling a fool proof way to win at roulette, craps, blackjack or slots but you have to ask yourself one question. If you had a legal way of consistently winning at casinos would you be selling it online for $19.95? Or would you simply make millions of dollars with your system and retire to a nice island somewhere?

Some system sellers like to say that they are selling the system as they have made enough money and want to help other players win. Hang on a minute, if they have made so much money why don't they just give away the systems? Why? Because first the systems do not work and second the only money they make with their systems is by selling them to unsuspecting players.

Some of the most common gambling systems are;

  • Martingale System
  • Anti-Martingale System
  • D'Alembert System
  • Cancellation System
  • Ultimate Baccarat
  • Zig Zag Slots System
  • Paroli System
  • Craps 10-4
  • Roulette Assassin
  • Negative Roulette

Why Gambling Systems Don't Work

There is one simple reason why no gambling system will ever make you money - math. All casino games have an inbuilt edge in the favor of the house. There is nothing you as a player can do to take away this edge (Apart from Card Counting in blackjack which is not a system as such). At best over the long term you can play correct strategy to keep the house edge as low as possible.

Many systems work on one of the biggest myths when it comes to gambling. The idea that an outcome is due because it has not happened for a number of games. Say for example there have been eight black numbers in a row on the roulette table. What has the best chance of happening next? Red, Black or Zero?

If you answered red then you should take a moment to think about this. Once the ball starts spinning does the roulette ball or wheel remember that the last eight outcomes where black? Of course not. The answer to the question is that the odds of red, Black or Zero are exactly the same as the spin before. This is true for all casino games. Each and every outcome is in no way related to the last.

If you really don't believe us then by all means try out some systems but please try them out using free software so you don't do any damage to your finances.

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