Another roulette tool on the market is the Money Maker Machine.
Money Maker Machine is a fully automated Roulette Tool that is designed for playing online Roulette.
You can use it when playing European Roulette, French Roulette or Roulette Pro.
This tool is based on the Martingale System and the bets start with 1 unit (Dollar, Euro or British Pound) and it claims to know exactly how much money to bet and which casino to play at.
It will continue until you reach a target balance.
They charge $300 for this. Make sure you understand the Martingale System before you consider buying this system. As we explain in our free roulette systems guide, no system will improve your odds at the wheel (this is a function of the physical attributes of the wheel and the payout set by the casino).
But we do recommend using systems to make your play more methodical, as long as you fully understand the pros and cons (there’s always a catch in the systems. Read through our free articles first before taking the plunge).
Our only query about this system is that The Martingale is a pretty easy system to implement manually (unless you can’t multiply by 2). So we are not sure why you would need The Money Maker Machine. Although they do claim that you can customise the software to run your own algorithms using the “Betting Palette”. There are 2 types of Betting Palette: Static Betting Palette and Dynamic Betting Palette. Static Betting Palette runs a simple betting algorithm, which stays the same for the whole game.
The “Dynamic Betting Palette” runs a more complicated betting algorithm, where the colours are switched after each loss depending on how you set up the system. (See our free system advice: Martingale Switch).
It’s alot of money to spend, and we wonder why there isn’t a free trial. Also, frankly, the name of the tool worries us a little: The Money Making Machine sounds a little scammy.
Our recommendation? Sorry: “Money Maker Machine”. With a name like that, you go in to the onlineroulette.org.uk plastic cylindrical file with the swing lid that sits under the kitchen sink.