Casino-Gaming :: A Roulette System
This is because the minimum bets are lower online which is an advantage for you, and also there are no distractions when playing online and no time limits. You’ll very rarely see it happen, and by the time it does happen, you’ll have won so many times you’ll easily be able to afford the loss, and you’ll still be up. The $200 bet is the only bet in the progression that doesn’t make you a profit. For money limits, have a specific amount that you’re willing to lose in the hopes of winning. But I had an idea. Although, that train of thought doesn’t apply to everyone. Next, play online instead of a land casino. Once the hour is up, stop for the day. On each red square in this column, place $1 and place $1 on 0 as well. I don’t gamble to win money. So if you’ve been patient enough to read this far, let’s get down to it, shall we?
Well, that’s it. This is where part 2 comes in.
But I’m rambling now, which isn’t the point of this article. If you do make it as high as the $200 bet, you have to make a judgement call. You win, you break even and you’re back to square one. And the last one has 8 red squares and 4 black squares. The point is to help any Roulette players who still enjoy the game to become successful at winning. Once you’ve won, go back to part one of the system and repeat the process. Even Einstein said it was unbeatable. We’ll cover those first as the system is useless without these factors.
It’s a pretty simple and straightforward system that’s actually two systems combined into one. If the ball lands anywhere on the two columns where you bet $9, you’ll win $27, and break even. I got bored of it. It’s not hard to keep track of them because you can take as much time as you need, but if you want, you can use a pen and paper to keep track just in case. (the 7 you already let go by plus 9 bets on top of that) It is extremely unlikely for a column or dozen to not show itself that many times in a row.
First though, if I know how to win at Roulette, why would I switch to Poker? The answer is simple really. Another has 6 black squares and 6 red squares. (except for maybe cheating) I also knew that there are people who have made a lot of money playing Roulette for a living, (without cheating) and I thought to myself, haven’t they in a sense beaten Roulette? They didn’t have a fool proof means of guaranteeing victory, but they found a way to win more often than lose, and in my opinion, if you can consistently win at any game, not just Roulette, but any game, you’ve beaten that game. The first part of the system is this; There are 3 columns in roulette that pay 2 to 1. If you win, the pay is 2 to 1 so you’ll get $30 back, the $10 you bet and $20 in winnings. Next, and this is really important, set time and money limits for yourself. On each of the other 2 columns, place $9 on the columns themselves. Roulette doesn’t have that quality. It’s not quite as exciting as playing for money, but I find it’s one of those games that’s fun no matter what. You’ve already let one of the columns or dozens go by at least 7 times. It only wins back your losses, so if you make it that high you can’t go any higher as you’ll hit the table limit. And last but not least, Always play sober. This will lower the house edge and up your odds.
Don’t be intimidated by these high bets. I only gamble if the game is fun and Roulette just wasn’t fun anymore once I felt I had conquered the challenge. Mistakes are the last thing you want when you’re putting your money on the line.
A couple of years ago, I was really into Roulette. You can only win or lose on the last column, which is the beauty of this strategy, because in the column, you can win on 9 different spots, (the 8 red squares and 0) and you’ll only lose on 4 spots. I think the reason most people like Roulette is for the excitement of trying to win money. So for you to actually lose money, the column or dozen you’re betting on would have to not show itself for 16 spins in a row. . Never go over the limits you set for yourself no matter what, but don’t be afraid to quit while your ahead before you reach your limits if you feel you’re on a losing streak. I think that when most people say Roulette is unbeatable, including Einstein, they mean that there is no way to play the game in a way that will guarantee you victory, which is true. If you lose the $10 bet, you have to keep going using a martingale betting progression that looks like this;
Now that we’ve covered these important factors, let’s move on to the system itself. (the 4 black squares) This means you’re more than twice as likely to win as you are to lose. Drinking impairs your judgement, and when your judgement’s impaired, you’ll make mistakes. Also, always play at a private table. Your best bet is to be willing to lose twice the amount you want to win. When you lose, it’s very easy to win back your losses because you win much more often than you lose, but it’s having to win back those losses that makes this a slow strategy. Examples of this are set a one hour time limit. One column has 8 black squares and 4 red squares. I think Slots is the most boring game on the planet. Even when playing in practice mode it’s still fun. If you do still like playing Roulette, I hope this helps. To each their own I guess. First things first, always play at a European table because they only have one 0 as opposed to two on the American style table. Once the excitement of the challenge was gone, Roulette reverted back to being a very basic and repetitive game. From that point of view, I say Roulette can be beaten, and in a minute, I’d like to share with you a system I used to win consistently at Roulette.
$10, $14, $18, $27, $41, $61, $90, $135, and $200
While you’re playing the above strategy, you’re going to be watching which numbers have been coming up in the corner of the screen and keeping track of the dozens and columns that are appearing. I knew it was an unbeatable game. When you lose, you’re down $27 which is what slows you down. That’s why I switched to Poker though. When you win, you’ll be up $9. Each of the above bets will win back all previous losses plus give you a profit. This is the column were going to focus on for now. It intrigued me. Even when money is on the line it’s still boring. My Mother for example loves Slots, but never gambles on Slots. You lose, your down a few hundred dollars, $200 more than you would have been if you stopped at the $135 bet. I made a lot of money with this system before I couldn’t stand playing that boring game anymore. Over all, you should have $27 on the table now. What you’re watching for is when one of the columns or dozens doesn’t appear for at least 7 times in a row. It’s just more fun in my opinion. (Hey, I said the system had an excellent success rate, I never said it came without risk)
Aside from the system itself, there are other factors that come into play that are integral to your success. If you want to win $250, be willing to lose $500. It’s your last shot. Each time you increase your bet, the profit you receive gets smaller. When I set out to beat Roulette, I did so because for the challenge of beating an unbeatable game. She loves it though. You’re going to start by betting $10 on the dozen or column that didn’t appear for at least 7 turns. However, the winnings are low and very slow in building up. She buys Slot games for her computer and plays for hours just for the love of the game. Once this happens, you’re going to stop using the first part of the system, and change your bet. Whether you’re winning or losing, stop. I’m more of a Poker player these days, (I’ll get to why I switched in a minute) but a couple of years ago, I did nothing but study Roulette
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