How to win Roulette
Correct money management will improve your overall Roulette betting results, so notice should be taken of the betting systems and strategies below.
You will find a couple that you like but before you put them into practice for real money, we suggest you visit one of the online Roulette casino's to try it out for free and be sure you are happy with the results prior to gambling.
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Progressive Roulette Betting System
Begin with an initial fixed bet, say $1. Each time you win your wager you will increase the current bet by that initial amount. Every time you lose you will bet the current amount minus the initial fixed bet.
As long as you are winning you will continue to raise your bets and when you start losing you will bet the same bets but in a descending order
Some of our team prefer the "double your bet if you lose" system similar to the system mentioned above.
Professional Roulette System
We have named our favourite system to use when trying to win Roulette more consistently "The Casino Group Roulette System" henceforth known as "The CGR System".
Our system involves the spreading of two bets over the low-odds groups in a way such that the odds of your coming out even, or up, are vastly higher than that of your losing.
Bet £1 on "1st 12", and £1 on "19-36" - this will leave (when playing at the "Roulette Tips" the following numbers against you 0, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 - a total of 7 numbers. The total bet in this spin example is £2. Here are how the odds work out in your favour;
|19 to 36
||18 of 37
||1 in 2.05
||12 of 37
||1 in 3.08
||2 to 1
||1 in 5.29
Roulette System Results Anticipated
- If the ball lands in any number between 19 and 36, then you would receive your total original stake back; i.e. £1 at Evens = £1 win plus your £1 stake on the numbers 19-36. Result = no loss. According to the odds shown above this should on average occur every other spin
- If the ball lands in any number between 1 and 12, then you would receive a profit of 50% on your original stake; i.e. £1 at 2:1 (2 to 1) = £2 win plus your £1 stake on the numbers 1-12. Result £1 profit. According to the odds shown above this should on average occur every third spin
- If the ball lands on one of your "Against" numbers, i.e. 0,13,14,15,16,17,18, then you would lose your stake. Result £2 loss. According to the odds shown above this should on average occur only every fifth spin
The above roulette strategy can be adjusted depending upon your mood and level of confidence that you will win roulette, for example;
- You may simply swap "1st 12" (roulette numbers 1 to 12) with "3rd 12" (roulette numbers 25 to 36) and also "19 to 36" with "1 to 18"
- If you are feeling more adventurous with your roulette strategy then you might consider betting on two of the three 12-number sections; "1st 12", "2nd 12", or "3rd 12" - but remember you will have less coverage of the roulette wheel in this instance.