Roulette Assault Review 

I am writing this review because I feel that the Roulette Assault software is so good that it deserves what I have to say about it. I downloaded the free trial of Roulette Assault, which is a 48 hour free trial, and had a great experience with it. Basically, all I did was set it up to run at my favorite casino on the el bandido system and within 5 sessions, I had won $100.

I was able to do this because Roulette Assault has some neat features in it that allows me to set limits, such as stop loss and profit goal. Because these two options are there, I am able to fully manage the amount of money that I will be risking at the roulette table, without going over budget.

When I was first testing the Roulette Assault software, I was able to play in real money mode without placing any bets at the table. They call this foreplay mode. I guess they call it this because it isn’t doing the “real” thing.
After I had collected enough numbers using foreplay mode (you can save the numbers that come up on the roulette table), I put those numbers through the software’s built in analyzer. I really liked this because I was able to evaluate what I should do to make the systems that are built into the software better. This is how I was able to determine that I use the Bandido system.

I tweaked my settings just right and then I was able to start playing the software in real money mode.
I enjoyed playing with Roulette Assault because it helped me make some money, but I recommend that you take breaks because if you get greedy, you’ll probably lose your luck or the casino might catch on. I hope that this little review of the software is useful to you, and that if you’re going to try it, you should. It is worth it. Besides, you can make the cost of the software using the 48 hour free trial.