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In order to use Roulette Key Gold it must first be activated. Once activated it will run on up to two computers only. So please only install it on one computer initially.

After extracting/downloading Roulette Key Gold you should have two files
  1. RouletteKeyGold.exe
  2. RouletteKeyGold.ilm

If you can't see the extensions .exe & . ilm
Please adjust your computer as shown on the right
Ensure the hide extentions box is unchecked as highlighted.

Copy these two files into a working directory I like to keep separate copies for live and rng casinos.

Click on the file RouletteKeyGold.exe and you will be presented with the program set out as below (but without the grid):

To use RKG I suggest you resize the window from A1 to P6, you can always resize it later to gain access to the other features.

Now lets enter some numbers and see what happens. Normally you would just click on the number as it turns up on the wheel for this example click on number 14


Click on 14


Notice the following changes:
  1. A4 - Shows 14 has been hit once
  2. G2 - Shows the number of spins since 14 was last hit
  3. G4 - The break in the yellow bar shows us a six has been hit, the number below it (-1) shows us the number of times since the three 13,14,15 has been hit.

    The following counters are current in black with the red number beside them being the maximum in the current session.(unless others have been loaded using the button at E10)

  4. I4 - 1 in Black - Shows the number of misses Black has had
  5. K4 - 1 in Black - Shows the number of misses Odd has had
  6. M4 - 1 in Black - Shows the number of misses High has had
  7. O1 - 1 in Black - Shows the number of misses the top row has had
  8. O4 - 1 in Black - Shows the number of misses the top row has had
  9. P1 - Shows the last number hit
  10. J6 - The break in the white line shows us which numbers have been hit

Now you can see how RKG keeps track of all the variables lets add some more numbers
Click on numbers 2,4,10,16 & 8 we now get our first alert which suggest we bet on system XIIIa
We can also see at a glance
    The top row has missed 6 times Odds Highs

    Now Click on the numbers 16,14,8,4,2

    You will now receive an automated alert in cells A1/N2. This alert suggests system X111a.
    It only displays for a moment or two but if you miss it click the last hint button (at N7) Click on button XIIIa (L12) and it is the system for betting on the six 19-24 and the last dozen.

    The chips are shown at IJ3 & KL6. The latter can be dragged if obscure.
    The cells at I5 and J5 show the winnings/loss and the number of spins you've had. If it turns out later you'd like to use another system drag these to the left. We can now see that the top row has missed 6 times (O1),
    Odd numbers have mised 6 times (K4) and High numbers have missed 6 times (M4)
    So click on 31 and see what happens.

    We win 3 units but the bet has cost us 2 so we show a profit of 1
    The next number up is 21 which wins us 4 units net our total profit on this system is 5 units after 2 spins.
    If the next spin loses you will lose 2 and show a net profit 3.

    Click button XIIIa and the total and count will move back down next to the button.

    Such hints are only suggestions and can be irritating at times you can always turn them off by clicking the Hints button at K9.

    In cell B6 the number 14 is shown. This represents the longest run of un hit numbers on the wheel. By looking at the black bar to the right of it (I dragged it out of sight earlier) you can see whereabouts these numbers are.

    Click on 9 & 22. You are now alerted to a neighbours opportunity that is 12 numbers next to each other on the wheel which haven't been hit for 9 times (the 9 is set at G9)

    In cell B6 the number 14 is shown. This represents the longest run of unhit numbers on the wheel. By looking at the black bar to the right of it (I dragged it out of sight earlier) you can see whereabouts these numbers are.

    Click on 9 & 22. You are now alerted to a neighbours opportunity that is 12 numbers next to each other on the wheel which haven't been hit for 9 times (the 9 is set at G9)
    The numbers highlighted in white are shown at D5/J5 they are 18,29,7,28,12,35,3,26,0,32,15,19. It usually pays to have a couple of bets on these numbers. If you win on the first spin you win 24 units on the second 12 units on the third you break even. Some people would increase their stake after 3 spins but I'd be wary especially on RNG casinos.
    I haven't actually suggested bets here it's really down to you, you can play 10p units or 10 and although it frequently wins it can lose.
    The 12 unhit numbers identified above.

    Now click on 19 and you'll see the black bar counting the neighbours has been reset. Next click 15,36,34,16 and you'll notice the yellow bar at the top of K5 L5 is the last one remaining this signifies that the numbers 25-30 are the last unhit 6 on the table. This could be a good time to switch on the Prudential system IVb dragging the six (by the bottom of the chip) over to 25-30
    Now click 28,10,3,16,28,4.
    We've now won 10 units in 6 spins on the Prudential turn it off and you will notice a chip showing at O2. This is because the middle row has missed more than 14 times (the number 14 is set at G8). It's quite rare for a dozen to miss so many times but it can happen, still it would usually be worth a bet or two depending on your capital.

    Now if you want to replay the numbers 14,16,14,8,4,2,31,21,9,22,19,15,36,34,16,28,10,3,16,28,4 that we've just played click on the button save replay at B7 , close the program and click Replay at B8 then the previous numbers will be replayed at B5 and you can click them on the table. Alternatively you can Right Click on P1/15 wherupon the history will be copied to your clipboard and can be pasted into Word, Excel or similar (but not notepad!).

    I expect thats enough for now have a practice on the systems use low stakes casinos to start until you feel comfortable. Never accept bonuses from casinos If you're offered a bonus on depositing 20 then deposit 10.
    It's pefectly possible to play for 1p stakes on RNG and 10p stakes live. French Roulette is preferrable but not always available with low stakes. Ask me if you're stuck , avoid sites with loads of links they get commission if you lose or win they are not interested in you just their commissions.

    I strongly recommend the book 'The Winning Rules'. It does lapse into French now and then but if you can't get your head around Rouge for Red, Pair for Even, Manque for low etc then perhaps Roulette isn't the game for you!

    If you subscribe to Roulette Key Gold you will receive a free copy of "The Winning Rules" or if you buy a download of The Winning Rules you will receive 10 off your subscription to Roulette Key Gold.