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# Rulette Strategies

"The roulette is one of the most wellmade games in the world."

## A short brief on roulette

There are 3 known types of roulette. American, European and the "classic" French. We are mostly interested in the European roulette version, this is available everywhere, however we must know the differences. Why we do not play on American type of roulette tables is the fact that there is a field called the double 0, "00" which makes winning a bit harder. On a typical European table you will find 36+1 numbers, some of them are red, others are black and there is the green 0. This little green is the "number of the house", the casinos earn the most of their incomes with this field... (they say...). And there is no strategy for the 0, even not for 00 in roulette!

**Bets and payouts in roulette** (*payout:bet ratio*):

- colour, red-black (
*2:1*) - even-odd (
*2:1*) - low-high numbers (
*2:1*) - one of the 3 dozens (
*3:1*) - one of the 3 rows (
*3:1*) - on a number (
*36:1*) - and certainly there are payouts for combinations of these above!!!

So if you bet 1 bucks on the red and you win you will get the 1 dollar back and another 1 as winning. That means you got 2 dollars and paid 1. (2:1)

Now you must be a bit more familiar with the roulette table, but let's see it live!

Description of betting in roulette, for each specific spot:

- We put on number 14 simply. We get 36 back on the 1 unit bet.
- We made a so called split bet on number 19 and 22. We get 17x of the chips if one of the numbers is the winner.
- This is a street bet (three line). We put the chips on the line between the dozen field and the number just near the field. The payout ratio is 11:1 if one of the 3 numbers in that line is the lucky winner.
- Corner bet is a harder one. We put on 4 numbers. Payout ration is 8:1 if one of the 4 numbers is the lucky winner.
- Double street (six line). 5:1
- Middle dozen. 3:1
- One of the rows. 3:1
- Even. 2:1
- Red. 2:1
- 1-18 "low" numbers. 2:1

That's all we need to know now before we want to start playing and develop our own roulette strategy. We will use these basic ones but with different roulette betting strategies.

## Beginner (doubler) roulette strategy

The most simple way of putting on some of the first bets is playing on the 2:1 fields. We may put on the red/black, even/odd or the low/high fields. If we win then it's okay... that is what we wanted. But what if we don't win? We must put next time the double of the starting bet on the same field to win back the loss and to win some. This is based on the "Martingale strategy" but now played in roulette.

The advantage of it is that we don't need to follow any complicated rules. The second advantage is based on experience. Untill a number of spins you are winning with this strategy very easily at the roulette table. When I've registered myself for the first the the only thing i knew was that it must work. Based on my simulations it happens only once in 1000 times when you lose 9 or 10 times in a row. So in general it must work.

The disadvantage of this roulette strategy is that you must have lot's of cash in your pot and a strong stomat. There is another thing: the limit on each table for the maximum size of the bet. So do not want to play with 1 dollar starting bet at a roulette table with maximum 10 dollar limit.

Based on real at-the-table-playing experiences in a bad serie
you can lose about max 12 times in a row. That is a typical so called "bad serie". The chance for this is really inconsiderably low but we must take it just as seriously as the money we bet on it.

Spin |
Bet |
Cumulated bet |
Earnings |
Net profit |

5th | 1 | 1 | 2 | 1 |

6th | 2 | 3 | 4 | 1 |

7th | 4 | 7 | 8 | 1 |

8th | 8 | 15 | 16 | 1 |

9th | 16 | 31 | 32 | 1 |

10th | 32 | 63 | 64 | 1 |

We have a software called the Roulette Sniper which advises one of the 2:1 fields to put on when the opposite was the winner for at least the 7th time in a row. For example if the lucky number was red in the last 7 spins it advises putting on the red. In our roulette strategy we will start betting when a 2:1 field was not a winner 4 times in a row. So if we got 4 times odds in a row then we will bet on the even field. That's all!

I will tell you more about this Roulette Sniper software later because it deserves some attention.

## 3:1 beginner roulette strategy

We do not have that high chances but still about 99% that we will win with this particular roulette strategy. We are going to put on each of the dozens or rows. When one of these has not had a winner number for 7-8 times then we put one chip on it. If we happened to lose then for the next round we put more chips on the same one. Let's see the table below!

Round |
Bet |
Cumulated bet |
Earnings |
Net profit |

7. | 1 | 1 | 3 | 2 |

8. | 2 | 3 | 6 | 3 |

9. | 3 | 6 | 9 | 3 |

10. | 4 | 10 | 12 | 2 |

11. | 6 | 16 | 18 | 2 |

12. | 9 | 25 | 27 | 2 |

13. | 13 | 38 | 39 | 1 |

14. | 20 | 58 | 60 | 2 |

So as you see we need to have much money to play this roulette strategy.

## 3:1 advanced rulette strategy

What if we would **modify** the previous strategy a bit? What if we put on 2 dozens or on 2 rows at a time? Let's try it so we cover the 66.6% of the fields on the roulette table. If the same row or dozen is the winner for the 3rd time then we can play the other two by betting on the same amount on each at the same time. Our net profit will be only 1 chip if we put 1-1 on the 2 rows or dozens. Certainly if we lose then we have to increase our bet, this time it means that we must put the 3x of the previous. So you better **use this safely** only when the same dozen or row is the winner for 3rd-4th time.

There is still another type of this roulette technique the other modified one. Taking a precise look at the table we can see that in 2 rows the distribution of red-black fields is not equal. There is one with equal reds-blacks but the other two have more of fields with each color. Put 2 chips on the equal row and 2 chips for the one which have more black fields than reds... and put 1 chip on the red color. Now we have 4 fields/numbers where we can only lose (the 4 black fields in the right row). BUT in the other two rows if the number is black we win 1 chip. If it happens to be red then 2 chips. And we still minimized our loss to 3 when a red number is the winner in the right row. On the picture there is exactly this setup when the 4 blacks stayed uncovered in the right row. If we decide to put the 2-2 magenta chips to the rows on the left and the right side then we must put the cyan chip on the black color. |

## Professional betmanagement in roulette

You will most likely win in the first few rounds of the day when you start playing. In Roulette just like in Black Jack there are good and bad, so called loser series. You can easily identify in which you were after few rounds but our goal is to pre-sense it so we won't lose. Certainly lots of experiences are needed but you can learn it by following the roulette strategy!!!

You can also do some sounding-outs.

**By default** we follow the 3:1 beginner roulette strategy.

And if we happen to find ourselves in a **winning serie** then we change the betting strategy:

Round |
Bet |
Cumulated bet |
Earnings |
Net profit |

1. | 4 | 4 | 12 | 8 |

2. | 7 | 11 | 21 | 10 |

3. | 11 | 22 | 33 | 11 |

4. | 16 | 38 | 48 | 10 |

5. | 24 | 62 | 72 | 10 |

6. | 36 | 98 | 108 | 10 |

7. | 54 | 152 | 162 | 10 |

8. | 81 | 233 | 243 | 10 |

**When do we have a winning serie?**

A winning serie is when we do not have to do the 4th-5th round till we win with the 3:1 strategy. So the most simple way: when we do not have to double the bet.

**When does it turn to a loser serie?**

Nobody knows that round by round. That's why we must follow the strategy. We set up a realistic goal an amount of chips/money we want to win. If we succeed then we stop playing. In a winning serie a 30% net profit is a very realistic goal and if we reach it we must stop to avoid loss. So again we stop playing to avoid loss... that is the strategy!

## Interesting professional roulette strategies

## How to play? Tools and experiences!

This is not like Black Jack.. okay just a bit but this is roulette. There is no such long "bad cards" serie but in a loser serie you can chuck a great amount of you budget... certainly only if you keep raising the bet.

- The fact that you are most likely to have a winning serie at the first few rounds of the day does not neccessarily mean that right in the first round you must win.
- Rulette strategies in a bad serie can happen to earn you some money in only the 5th-6th round.
- It can also happen that only for the 3rd round in a good serie.
- The most easiest way to leave your budget on the table if you play with the same strategy all along. Especially when you only use the simple 2:1 beginner/doubler strategy!
- Change the strategy which you play after a few rounds!
- You won't win back any money in a loser serie. You can double the bet or lower it but you won't win anything if you have a real loser serie. You can get these series when you play the same strategy... like only playing the doubler strategy. So you must follow the strategy or the only thing you will have at the end is a 0. This is serious!!!
- There are some strange things. It sometimes happens when the same numbers are the winner in 2 rounds after each other. And sometimes the next number is 0. Once i decided to put on 0 in the same case and i won but after this time i could never win with this bet.
- FOLLOW THE STRATEGY!!!

**Tools** which i prefefer, well it's actually **Roulette Sniper**. It has a moneyback guarantee if you decide not to keep it for any reasons. So it worths a try, FULL moneyback guarantee!

How to use it is really simple: do some rounds without betting, you select the winner number and then spin again and select untill the program says to put on. You put only bet when the odds are good (counted by the program). It is so simple that it worths a try. In fact you will have odds for **all of the strategies counted at the same time**.

**You can find my extended description about the program and also about Roulette Killer!**