In this review, I am going to take a look at Roulette Sniper Version 2.0. There are several improvements of version 1.0 of Roulette Sniper, and I am going to take an in-depth look at each new feature added on to the old version.
First, the overall layout of the new Roulette Sniper has improved dramatically. It is much more attractive than version 1, which the developer of Roulette Sniper calls "Classic Sniper". They took the time to make it more colorful, and to make the numbers look bigger so you are less prone to making an error. Sniper 2.0 definitely is more attractive than it's predecessor, but that is not why I really use the software. The reason why I use the software is to win money on the roulette table, and this is where the real review begins.
The author of Sniper 2.0 introduced a feature called custom wagering. This was written in because Classic Sniper used a progressive betting system that would slowly increase the wagers as losses were taken.
As you could imagine, this would have proved as a major inconvenience to a lot of players because this just isn't how all roulette players want to wager their money, so this is a major reason for the custom wagering. Custom wagering allows the player to create their own betting sequence instead of the standard progressive betting. Also, anyone who has ever used version 1.0 would know that after a certain amount of loosing bets, the Sniper board would produce a "quit now" screen.
The "Quit Now" screen has now been deemed optional in the custom wagering settings. Instead, a player can use their own betting sequence and use a "Stop Betting" option. This is a really cool feature because the Sniper board won't tell the player to quit, but instead just end the betting on the particular spot being played, and the game will resume as normal. The next valuable feature that was added to version 2.0 was multiple betting opportunities. Across the roulette forums, players have been complaining about how long it took for a betting opportunity to come up.
Well, the boredom has been alleviated because you are now able to bet in multiple spots. This also increases the speed of your winnings, because starting out at the minimum bet allowed , being 1 dollar, pound, euro, or whatever other currency, can take a long time to build a decent bankroll. On a side note, Roulette Sniper Version 2.0 has also allowed the single bet style to be used.
Players are now able to track and bet on single units and in multiples of singles as well. With the addition of single wagering and multiple betting came a lot of numbers and settings that the player had to maintain, or re-enter every time he would start the Roulette Sniper software. The developers of version 2.0 gave Roulette Sniper the ability to save the settings for both "Classic Sniper" and "Super Sniper" mode.
The last feature that was added to Version 2.0 was a flip button. This simply reverses the playing board so you can match it up with the online casino you are playing at.
As far as I can tell, this looks like all the new features added on the Version 2.0, but there may be more that I overlooked. Roulette Sniper Version 2.0 has many great improvements over the original, and is a benefit for any roulette player to help increase and manage their bankroll.
Brandon has been using Roulette Sniper Version 1 since it came out in March 2007. He has had success with it and has upgraded to Version 2.0. You can access this roulette strategy at www.roulettesniper.com