Roulette has just been voted the number one strategic game for casual casino players – with countless systems and strategies playable without any real skill. However, how do these strategies work, how much do they payout and how volatile are the risks? Check it out……..
Roulette systems: the facts
Roulette is a game of chance, just like flipping a coin or rolling a dice. In other words, every bet on the table has a probability of winning. However, most significantly – some of the game’s betting options have a high chance of winning, most obviously even money and dozen table sections. The payouts offered by these bets may be relatively small as a consequence, but the aim of roulette systems is to stack up small win after win to deliver cool payouts….
>Odd, Even, Red, Black, 1-18, 19-36: 1:1>1 to 12, 13-24, 25-36: 2 to 1
Now – let’s get back to the example of a coin and a dice. It doesn’t take a genius to work out that there’s a 1/6 chance of winning with one roll on a specific number. However, with a coin you have a 50% chance of success. If you placed 6 bets on heads/tails – you’d be seriously annoyed if you didn’t win just one bet. What’s more, statistically the odds are very low of not winning. It’s exactly the same with roulette – you can find the betting opportunities where the odds of losing are statistically very small!
While you can use roulette systems and end up placing a bet where the chance of losing is less than 1%, that doesn’t mean you are guaranteed success every period you play. Due to the liberal nature of roulette gambling systems, a volatile system can significantly eat into your bank. The solution is to gamble sensibly, and make sure the bad sessions don’t blow your bank:
– Play roulette with leisure cash – never take a risk with other money!
– Play the roulette systems regularly
– Set a max loss limit (such as 6 bets and re-start)
– Skim off your profits
– Use bonus bank offers to try roulette systems risk-free
Labouchere roulette system> Start with a series of digits, for example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5> Add the first series number with the last; 1+5 = 6
Winning bets> Cross off the first and last chain numbers (leaving 2, 3, 4, 5, 0,)
Losing bets> Add the losing value to the Labouchere chain (leaving 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)> Repeat the above processes after winning/losing bets until you have zero number left
Martingale roulette strategy> Wager with 1 credit on Red/Black or Odds/Evens
Winning bet> Leave the casino or start a new Martingale chain with a 1 unit wager
Losing bet> Double your previous bet and gamble again on the same selection>
Set a sensible maximum number of losing bets before quitting – such as 6 and out!