Roulette strategy


Everyone dreams of breaking Vegas by using a smart roulette strategy.
To win more often, Blackjack players have card counting. To take more
pots, poker players have bluffing. Roulette players have…well, not a
whole lot.

At least that's what most roulette players think. But the truth is
there's actually a simple roulette strategy that roulette players use
to win every time. No, you won't win on every bet. But if you're after
a strategy that will put more money in your pocket over the long haul,
this is the one.

For today's simple roulette strategy to win online and off, we're
going to go over betting on a grouping of numbers.

On a roulette board, you don't just have to bet on evens or odds,
black or red, or specific numbers. You can actually bet on the first
dozen numbers (1 through 12), the second dozen numbers (13 through 24)
and the third dozen numbers (25 through 36).

In this roulette strategy, rather than picking a group of numbers out
of thin air, you'll want to employ a special strategy to choose which
group of numbers you'll consistently throw your bet on.

For the purpose of this strategy, the first 12 numbers will be
categorized as A. The second 12—B. The third 12—C. A zero or a double
zero will be categorized as 0.

Start spinning the roulette wheel. If you're playing online, you can
do this at a free online roulette table so that you don't blow your
bankroll while preparing for this winning roulette strategy.

As the ball lands, record the category. So if the ball lands on a
number in the second 12 numbers, right down B. In the third, write
down C.

Keep spinning and recording until you see a series of five categories
where one specific category is missing.

So if you record C, B, B, C, B for your five spins, you can stop
because A didn't come up.

So what's so magical about A? Well, in this example, that's what
you'll be betting on at the real money roulette wheel. While you will
alter your bet, you won't actually alter what you're betting on.That's
right. You'll never, EVER, change the group that you're putting your
money on.

How you bet depends on what kind of bankroll you're bringing to the
table. If you're bringing a bankroll of $500 or more, you can employ
the double-your-bet strategy, where you double your bet every time you
lose. If you've got a smaller bankroll to play with, consider
increasing your bet by one unit when you lose, and decreasing it by
one unit when you win.

There are tons of roulette strategies out there, and some sites will
try to sell you a simple roulette strategy to win. Avoid those. You
shouldn't have to shell out cash to learn how to win at an online
casino. Save your money for the online casino and use it to build a
bigger bankroll, not to make a roulette strategy salesman rich.