The Main Roulette Professional Interface
Above is an image of the main Roulette Professional Interface. The goal of Roulette Professional is to help you design and test a betting system. You do this by first defining the parameters of your betting system. Once your betting system has been designed, you can either click on the numbers that occur on the board in the sequence that they occur from a real table. You can also run this program side-by-side with an online Roulette game to track it's occurances. Also the Auto-Spinner control was designed to allow you to simulate a certain number of spins on a real table by using a random number generator or your own pre-built number file.
As you click on the table to tell the system which numbers have occurred, or use the Auto-Spinner to simulate table spins. The Roulette Professional program will tell you what to bet on which number, or pattern, based on your system criteria. You can simulate a real game of Roulette in this way and analyze how your system would perform if you were betting using it with real-money.
In a typical session, you would first design your betting system, then simulate the table for 100-500 spins, analyzing how much cash you have remaining after this simulation. You can then start using your system on a real online roulette game, or go back and tune your betting system then simulate the table again. Keep fine-tuning your system until you find a system that meets your playing style and budget.