I’ve been playing roulette over 35 years.
Most of that time for recreational entertainment, but seriously for the last 10 years.
I do not consider myself a professional, but as roulette goes, my skill set is up there with the best, and I am so far in front I have not had or needed a real job since 2005.
I have demonstrated my ability to beat this game several times over the years on the forums, but have never offered to sell anything, except in jest now and then.
In all my years playing roulette I have never purchased one single system that was offered for sale.
Many system sellers are scammers, and separating us from our money is their only goal.
A few system sellers are professional con artists, we all know who they are, and they constantly fight amongst themselves for their share of the spoils.. lol
Some system sellers are not scammers but just greedy money grabbers. Some of them probably believe they are selling a worthy product, but in reality they are selling half-baked pipe dreams that in the end never deliver.
Some system sellers are regular guys who genuinely believe they have found a way to beat the game and are prepared to share their good fortune with others for a nominal amount. Perhaps with a very few of them it’s actually true. But the bulk of them are just delusional, and their systems fail to deliver one by one.
The odd system seller offers their product in the hope that they will be publicly covered in glory for finally proving that roulette can be beaten. The bragging rights is their main reward, not the money per se.
Although the system selling community offers diversity and plays an integral part in maintaining a healthy roulette universe, one curious fact is that the vast majority of system sellers all deliver their products with ridiculously broken English. If they want to be taken seriously the first thing they should do is get their work proofread by someone with adequate English writing skills.