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Roulette Strategies How To Win At Roulette

Part of the allure of roulette is that with it seems to have an almost limitless variety of betting systems. While some systems logical and well though out others are arcane, complex and barely understandable by anyone than its inventor. But everyone wants to win at roulette and win big. So this article will explain the more common roulette strategies.

Online roulette has spread this exciting game even further. Along with the software the online casino provides, you can also download and use “roulette companion” applications like Routrack.

Roulette Strategies

The oldest and most common strategy is the Martingale system. This system is very simple to understand and is applied the most to even money bets. An even money bet is any wager placed the red/black, high numbers (19-36), low numbers (1-18) or odd/even numbers. These types of bets payout 1:1 odds or if you bet $5 and win, you get $5 or “even” money.

The Martingale is basically if wager $10 and you win, you repeat the same $10 wager. But if you lose, you double the bet. The odds are that you are almost certain to win. The problem is that the Martingale method requires both a large bankroll and high bets limits at the roulette table. If you have access to these two things, then you have a 99% chance of winning.

The Anti-Martingale (or Paroli system) is a roulette strategy which if you win, then you double the bet and if you win again then you double the bet again. If you lose, you return to your first betting level. A variation of this strategy is to have a preset winning goal. Say you win 3 or 5 times in a row, you would take your current winnings and return back to your first betting level.

The Parley was originally designed for horse race betting. This system works when you win, you take your winnings and the original bet and place them on the next bet. This “Let it ride!” can ensure you for an exciting play when you have several big wins during a winning streak.

The D’Alembert system, invented by Jean D’Alembert, says that a player should remove a chip after each winning bet, since the chances of losing increases with each win. This theory also says that a player adds a chip after each loss. This roulette strategy is based on the theory that the roulette wins and losses eventually come into balance.

Another common roulette strategy is the 1-3-2-6 system. The way this system works is as follows. Say you bet $5 bucks on even money and you win. Another $5 is added to the winnings to make $15. If this second bet wins and now take $20 off the table then use the remaining $10 to bet again. If this one wins add $10 to $20 for a total of $30. If you win again, take all your money and start over again with $5. This system forces you to have a preset winning limit.

The last strategy is the maximum boldest. You take your entire bankroll and bet on either the red or the black. Your odds are 47% chance to win. Sounds crazy? Well, British roulette player Ashley Revell did just that in 2004. Revell flew to Las Vegas to place a single bet on the spin of the roulette wheel. He wagered his entire nest egg of $135,300 and doubled his money to $270, 600 on a winning Red 7. He tipped the croupier $600 and flew back to London.

While not all roulette strategies work all the time, by learning how each betting system works, you can improve your odds of have a big win like Revell.

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