Roulette Rules & Strategies 1
Roulette is a favorite game worldwide and one of mine too.
In this article, some interesting facts and the rules of Roulette are discussed along with two Roulette strategies for your next casino visit. The intelligent player makes a series of predetermined bets. You should not bet ‘all over the table’ where you are canceling any wins with losing bets.
Single zero roulette is, of course, the much better bet with a lower casino or house advantage. The 5.26% percentage casino (pc) is calculated based on the single number bet that pays only 35-1, instead of the full pay 37-1; therefore, $2 short.Therefore, $2 divided by 38 = 5.26%. Single zero is $1 short, $1 divided by 38=2.63%.
Another advantage is the en prison or surrender rule on even-money bets only. When the 0 comes up, your bet remains or is captured for the next spin. If you win on the next spin, you do not get paid for the win, but you are allowed to take your original bet back, in effect, only losing half your bet. House edge on even money bets with en prison rule is now reduced to 1.35%.
Now you know why roulette is the most popular game in Europe.
Most popular number roulette bets are 18 and 21.
Outside bets are placed in the boxes and columns on the outer areas of the layout. Inside bets are placed directly on a number or on a line between numbers, known as streets.
Stay away from the five number bet of 0, 00, 1, 2, 3 with a house edge of 7.89%--don’t do it!
Here are two of my favorite systems that are worth a try at your next casino visit:
Remember, repetition is good in roulette and definitely not boring as you collect your wins.
1) Place red or black bet with corresponding column bets to cover 26 numbers as follows: Black bet covers all eighteen black numbers and bet Column 3 under #36 for eight (most) red numbers. Red bet covers all 18 red numbers and bet Column 2 under #35 for eight (most) black numbers.
2) Start with 40 chips. You will be placing five inside straight up bets each time. Use the same 5 numbers for a series of 8 spins totaling your buy-in of 40 chips. Choose your ‘lucky’ numbers based on favorite numbers/dates placed right in the middle of that number each time.
Any win, will pay you 35-1, and two wins after 8 spins brings in a profit. Try a repeat of 8 spins which will determine your next wagering move.
Enjoy your spin to win experience!
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