My primary focus has always been energy research, including but not limited to electricity production and transportation. I am well known in the energy research sector, partly because I purchased and worked on the original vehicle to run on an energy cell developed by energy researcher Alex Shiffer. At one stage I also worked with the US Department of Energy, although since found they aren’t as interested in “free energy” as I thought. I have turned much of my focus to development of affordable housing solutions in combination with energy production, with the aim of creating sustainable living without the price tag. Some of my projects are explained at the Universal Symbiosis website.
Throughout my life I have always had a strong interest in physics. In 1994, I completed high school with exceptional results in physics. I obtained entry into RMIT university to study applied physics. This was with the intention of pursuing my energy research. It was not with the intention of having a career in physics. Unfortunately I found the course to be no more educational than reading books. The two main problems were the course moved too slowly, and nothing new was being learned. Additionally, many of the “accepted” models of physics are inaccurate because they don’t account for unexplained phenomena. To achieve my goals, I required knowledge beyond text books, so it became clear that no course would teach what I needed to know – I had to learn it for myself. So I quit my course to learn physics for myself.
How I Got Started In Roulette
At the age of 18, I started attending my local casino and became fascinated with roulette. I saw with all the money being exchanged, if I could figure out a way to beat roulette, it would be a lucrative source of income to fund my energy research. The first few years yielded nothing but frustration, although I continued to develop various roulette systems, most of which showed no significant promise. One of my other interests was the air force (RAAF) and aircraft. I tried twice to gain entry as a RAAF pilot, but found the competition too intense especially considering only 5 people in Australia are selected each year. I reached the selection board which is the final process, but other candidates were more competitive. Nevertheless, I was offered my secondary preference as an intelligence officer via the Australian Defence Force Academy, which I declined.
While continuing my energy research and study into roulette, I operated various side-businesses. One of which was a self-written guide to teach students how to improve their memory skills. I wrote it in a no-nonsense way that I would have appreciated when I was a student. My businesses kept me moving forward with an irregular but sufficient income. Even at times when I struggled to earn much of an income, I refused to find regular work because I refused to work for someone else. I found working for myself to be twice as difficult, but much more rewarding.
The money itself did not interest me – it simply sustained my lifestyle and allowed me to continue research. My core focus was and probably will always be energy research. In about 1996, I began to market my memory skills products on the Internet. I found myself adept at marketing, so I created a promotional company to assist others in marketing their products. My promotional company became remarkably successful and my income increased exponentially. One of the major sources of income was lead generation, where companies paid me $5-$20 just for a sales lead to submit an information request form. Because I had developed numerous promotional networks such as LeadWhiz (which I since sold) and a tell-a-friend tool for webmasters, generating traffic and leads for my clients was remarkably easy and profitable. Some regular clients paid me $8 per lead, and I provided them with 50+ leads per day for years, without me barely doing anything. In 1999 I registered the corporation Site Promotions Pty Ltd to minimize tax. Generally if you earn more than $100,000 per year, you need a corporation or are taxed too much. I still use this corporation to conduct most of my trade. While continuing to run the company, I spent much of my time developing roulette systems. But at this stage my financial success was from my businesses, and I had not yet achieved success with roulette.
Stock Promotion Lessons
At the time, my promotional company was one of the top 3 in the world and was well known. I was approached by a company to promote their public shares on the NASDAQ exchange. They offered me company shares in exchange for my promotional services. When I publicized this new service I offered, other companies approached me with similar arrangements. Basically I received “stock options” from clients (company shares), and I was able to either keep or sell the shares once they reached a certain price. For example, a company would pay me $200,000 in stock options at $1 per share, but I could only sell them when the value reached over $2 per share.
I was only about 20 years old at this stage and barely knew what shares were. Essentially all I knew was that if you promote stock by convincing investors that the company had strong potential for growth, people buy shares in the company, and the shares increase in value. I didn’t know anything about dividends or what the shares actually represented. Essentially, the company sent me press releases which I promoted. I conducted numerous such promotions with the word of my success spreading quickly to other companies wishing to promote their stock.
In addition to the shares I received as payment, I eventually began to also buy shares from my own money because I knew the effect of my promotions.
Typically to promote shares, I would research various companies with the following criteria:
- Positive company news that indicated developments are likely to increase the company’s profits: although I didn’t understand it at the time, I knew if a company was expected to increase its profits, more investors would purchase shares and the share price would increase.
- Previous negative company press releases that investors over-reacted to by selling shares: This created undervalued stocks. I would look at particular company press releases and the respective dates of release, then see how the stock price was affected in the following 3-6 months. For example, company news may indicate its revenue will drop by 5%, but the stock price may have dropped by 15% as a consequence of the company news.
- Initially undervalued stock price: such shares have greater potential to increase in value when more investors read the press releases I promote.
There was a variety of other factors I considered. I was still very new to the stock market but learning very quickly, although was not aware of how strictly regulated it was by authorities such as the SEC and ASIC. As far as I was concerned, ASIC was a shoe.
When I selected a company for promotion, I basically promoted precise copies of the company’s most positive press releases. This basic approach earned me approximately $30,000 per promotion, and I was able to do such promotions frequently. At only 20 years of age, I was earning quite a bit. However, one particular promotion taught me a lesson in being careful about what you publish.
As associate suggested a list of companies for me to consider. One of them was “Rentech” and after conducting my own research, I believed it had enormous potential for growth. Therefore I created a summary of the company’s most favourable press releases, and commenced a promotion. The material I published was based on the following facts:
1. Rentech generates revenue by licensing patented technology
2. Rentech had a pending patent for new technology.
3. Rentech was facing delisting from the NASDAQ stock exchange because their share price had fallen below the minimum required value. Therefore, Rentech asked NASDAQ for a time extension to make several important announcements that they believed would sufficiently increase their share price, and keep them on the NASDAQ exchange. NASDAQ granted Rentech the extension after a hearing, so clearly they were satisfied that the pending announcements were likely to increase the share price.
4. The company’s representative (Mark Koenig) personally told me they did indeed have critical positive news that will soon be released, although details were confidential at the time.
5. Rentech’s technology is widely used by large companies including Texaco oil company. Therefore Rentech’s new technology may be extremely profitable for them.
Based on these facts, I believed that Rentech was going to announce revolutionary new technology that would be used by Texaco and other oil companies, and that this will dramatically increase its share price. It may be a clumsy assumption, but at 21 years old, I believed it was reasonable. And based on all factors and my experience to this point, I believed Rentech’s share price would increase by over 900% in time, and I published my beliefs throughout the Internet.
The reality was that Rentech did indeed have multiple positive announcements scheduled for release that were likely to increase the share price, just as Rentech’s directors themselves said. And they did have a pending patent. But their announcements had nothing to do with Texaco. So the core of the case was I published my assumptions which were not quite correct.
My initial promotion of Rentech would increase the share price in the short term, but the majority of the increase was expected after Rentech’s expected announcements we made. The material I published was more intended to have people watching Rentech’s announcements to verify my beliefs, which is why the material I published claimed there was “imminent outstanding news” the company would soon release. So I intended to sell my shares some time after Rentech’s announcements. This would have been perfectly legal if I had only published exact copies of Rentech’s press releases, instead of including my assumptions as I did.
After my promotion, message board postings from investors indicated I had made a mistake, although at the time I did not know what it was. In panic, I sold all my shares and made only a small profit. At this stage I conducted my business as usual. Eventually though I was charged by ASIC who alleged that I deliberately misaligned facts to mislead investors. They also claimed that my 900% price rise prediction was absurd and purely to mislead investors. Initially I was charged with “intentionally” making misleading statements to induce investors to purchase shares. But after meeting with ASIC to explain what happened, the charge was downgraded to “recklessly” making misleading statements. As publishing my assumptions was arguably “reckless” regardless of my young age, I pleaded guilty and served 3 months.
What about the stock price of Rentech? Did it increase like I said?
In my promotional material, I stated I believed the stock price would increase by about 900%. Shown left is what it did. From the price at which I purchased the shares ($0.33) to the 10 year high ($5.3) is over a 1500% price increase – almost double the increase I stated. The phenomenal price increase lasted over a year as expected. Unfortunately this occurred after my sentence, so it couldn’t be used as evidence.
If I had held onto my stock and sold at the optimal time, I would have profited approximately $800,000.
Additionally, ASIC alleged that the victims of my crime were the investors. But the reality is any investor who took my “unlawful advice” and purchased the shares and sold at the right time, or still held shares today, would have profited substantially.
Despite me being up-front and honest about what happened, as you can expect, “sellers of other gambling products” distort the facts of this case to portray me as a dishonest scammer that went to jail. This is how they “compete”. But what happened nearly 20 years ago when I was close to a teenager is no indicator of the effectiveness of my technology. Of course “competitors” know this, but would they care? Additionally, ASIC knew about the other stock promotions I conducted, but I was only charged with this promotion because it was the only time I published inaccurate assumptions instead of precise copies of company press releases.
Nevertheless, regrettably, not everything was innocent. For example, I falsely claimed that “analysts” had made the predictions when it was in fact me. However, I was not charged for this. Additionally, under a fabricated name, I posted messages on chat forums encouraging investors to investigate Rentech’s company news and purchase shares. Although these postings were designed to encourage investors to research Rentech, not to mislead them. Otherwise, I truly believed in the accuracy of my claims and honesty of my actions – specifically that Rentech will be announcing news that will dramatically increase its share price. And I was correct about this, with the share price increasing by approximately 1500%.
Again this happened nearly 20 years ago when I was quite young and inexperienced, but involved with strict regulations of the SEC and ASIC. I accept that I made mistakes and learned from them. But this case is more a matter of publishing clumsy assumptions as an adolescent, rather than deliberate deception. Unfortunately various people use these events against me for their benefit, without consideration of the truth.
First Success At Roulette
Despite the “lesson” in stock promotion, I was still very successful in business and continued on with a wiser approach. I continued to develop my roulette systems. But I was successful in business well before I eventually achieved success with roulette. My businesses were mostly automated and took little time, so I had ample time to continue my roulette and energy research.
Ultimately it was my learning of some basic principles of energy interaction that gave me a glimpse into how roulette could be beaten. Many of these principles are uncovered in the book “Living Energies” by Callum Coats. One of the major principles is how “everything affects everything”. This was the basis for building a mathematical model of why the ball lands where it does. Put simply, there is no one single factor that determines where the ball will land – it is the combination of all variables combined. It was this understanding that led me to construct the model that can be used to predict roulette spins.
The most obvious variables are ball and rotor speed, but when you consider every other influence, you come to understand all major influences need to be considered if your predictive method can be used to adapt to changing conditions. Without full consideration to variables and how they affect each other, condition changes at the wheel render previous pattern models obsolete. This is what traditional roulette advantage play (professional play) methods do not address.
I had become aware of traditional professional methods called “advantage play”. For example, visual ballistics and bias analysis which I now teach for free because I developed something much better. Specifically I developed a universal model to detect, track and use predictable patterns on roulette wheels. Development of this technology has continued for many years, and will further improve and adjust to changing casino conditions. For some time I applied my methods for myself with incredible success. But while you would probably like to hear I made millions from it from my own play and now offer it to you, this is not the case. The fact of the matter is I don’t need it anymore for a few reasons:
- I already make all the money I need from my businesses
- I have something even better to beat roulette
- I have many profit split partners that apply it and other technology for me, so I profit without needing to do anything but maintain the wheel analysis software and server (www.roulettewheelanalysis.com)
Many people who know little about my methods assume because they don’t understand it, that it must be a scam. But at the same time they acknowledge the effectiveness of methods such as visual ballistics and bias analysis. This is peculiar since I do teach traditional advantage play methods (such as visual ballistics), but my players almost never use them because I teach much better methods. Simply put, my methods take traditional methods several steps further. For example, traditional visual ballistics models the relationship between two numbers (A,B) as you’ll learn from the basic roulette computer algorithm page. However, my methods model far more variables, and the relationship between them. In the simplest terms possible, my methods better model the relationship between variables and spin outcomes. There is nothing mystical or magic about it. The physics behind it is quite simple. Perhaps it is natural for people to be skeptical of what they don’t understand.
Although many players prefer the roulette system that doesn’t use any electronics at the roulette table, the technology that I mentioned is “even better” than my roulette system is my roulette computer(s). They provide the most direct approach, and accurately calculate predictions based on the most influential variables which are:
- Rotor speed and deceleration
- Ball speed and deceleration
On very easily beaten wheels, the first two set of variables alone is sometimes sufficient to beat a roulette wheel, but more often than not, they aren’t enough. My earliest computers closely resembled the basic roulette computer algorithm, but I quickly found it to be impractical. Basic roulette computer algorithms are also risky because if conditions such as ball deceleration rates change, and the computer does not adjust accordingly, you can go from betting in the right area to avoiding the right area, so you end up losing faster than random bet selection. So it became clear that a more sophisticated approach was needed.
What I Do Today
In addition to continuing to running multiple businesses, I manage what is likely the largest team of professional roulette players. My businesses include venture capital, marketing services, property investing, a variety of technological developments (more non-profit though), and of course roulette. Many of my roulette computer players pay me part of their profits, while others simply pay an initial fee for my time and keep 100% of their winnings. I am one of the few who can truly and honestly say my teams have literally earned millions from roulette. I believe realistically I have achieved more in roulette than anyone. I do not consider it to be a bold or arrogant claim – I consider it a likely fact. Overall I have roughly 15 years of experience with roulette. Unfortunately my success has made me the target of envious people who publish incredibly dishonest material about me, but that’s how some people are.
I still actively pursue my energy research, and operate the non-profit Universal Symbiosis Foundation which focuses on everything related to sustainable living, including but not limited to food production, affordable housing and energy research.
I live in rural Australia and far from city life. I’m independently wealthy, but I’m not the kind of person to drive around in a Lamborghini. I never have and never will buy an expensive vehicle. I live a simple and happy life. I don’t need to do anywhere near the amount of work I do, but I enjoy it, most of the time. If you get to know me better, I’m sure you will find me to be an honest and straight-forward person. I tell you realistically what can be achieved with roulette, and pride myself on being honest in all matters. I believe deception is a form of hiding from yourself, and its not how I live my life. I will always be a direct and honest person, and like to work with similarly-minded people. If you want to get to know me better before doing business, it is best to schedule a phone / skype call so matters can be discussed on a more personal level. Although please be patient as I don’t live by the phone and usually only set aside Wednesdays for phone calls unless particular times are scheduled.