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Found Something Interesting For Gamblers…

While flicking through online trends, I came across a campaign by a former Las Vegas casino guy who’s created a system for helping those roulette fanatics out there who actually win at it a lot more often.

Robert Aiello has apparently put his 33 years in the casino game into his Ultimate Roulette System, so I was curious as to how the credibility factor was supported by the product. Took a look at the salespage and $47 pricing for the system, which he says is worth $500.

Now, for “breaking his silence” in producing something he says reveals “what all the casinos don’t want you to know”, is he charging too little? Bearing in mind ‘Perceived Value’, would a lot of gamblers in the roulette niche actually feel it can’t be worth much at $47? Or would they say that accessibility-wise, there’s nothing wrong with doing that?

Look at the salespage and decide for yourself; feel free to comment too.

Here’s a video as well.

If you have any thoughts on gambling or roulette as niches to study for market potential, let me know. Cheers.