The Andruchi Roulette System is based on the theory that certain patterns emerge in Roulette numbers in the short-run that can be used to gain an edge versus the casino. Short term distribution of numbers is uneven- it is only after a long session that the distribution evens out, and Andruchi tries to expoit this, a bit like other systems such as the Law of the Third.
This “volatility” is greatest at the begining of your session and diminishes at the end.
Andruchi claims to have an algorithm (or predictive formula) which gives you the precise calculated probabilities of how many unique numbers appear in 37 consecutive spins. Deciding which numbers to bet on at any moment, is then helped by his “Computer Program”.
If you head to Andruchi’s site, it’ll take quite a while to wade through the theory (I am guessing as well that you will be a bit blinded by the science…but then this could be the aim (cynics aren’t we). At the end of 3 pages of tech blurb, the big sell is THE PLUTUS PROJECT.
The most Advanced Roulette System in the World
Instead of charging his users to use the Andruchi System and getting paid only once for it, he is claiming to give it away to a select group of people for free as long as they they share any profit.
You’ll need to fill out a form and tell Andruchi why you would be the best choice to use his Roulette System. In practice, this is a very efficient way of collecting email addresses!
What’s Our View?
Well the system is based on the Law of The Third- you can read the theory for free here. The problem with these kinds of systems is that they assume that you can make predictions about what is going to happen on future spins by what has happened in past spins, which unfortunately is a flawed theory as the roulette wheel has no memory. Each spin is a mutually exclusive event.
Our view that is that part of what Andruchi is saying is correct (the uneven distribution etc)., but the prediction part errrrrr., how shall we put this, is not.
At least he is not trying to sell the system straight off the bat, but you may end up with more emails in your inbox than you bargained for with roulette offeres in them.
What’s our Advice?
Sign up if you feel the need, but open up a free gmail or yahoo account and use that, otherwise you might start getting bombarded with spam.