8 Tips & Tricks How To Win At Roulette
Roulette players are ancient. I don’t mean that they are all older, but that they are playing a game with a lot of tradition. A long tradition that goes back hundreds, if not thousands, of years to when shields were whirled and villages and towns lived or died from the result.
Betting methods and sophisticated betting systems of all kinds have been used to try to beat the game and take a guess (go ahead, guess what)? None of these betting methods and systems have earned players credit. The house edge was (is) invincible and cannot be beaten with any betting method or system of any kind.
Still, there are better and worse ways to play roulette. There are even ways – at least in the recent past – that players have used to devise wheel strategies that could actually beat the game. Please note that a cycling strategy is not a betting strategy. They are two different worlds.
So here are my eight top tips & tricks for playing this ancient game.
THE BEST ROULETTE TIPS ARE:
- Look for roulette games with “Surrender” or “En Prison” options
- Whenever possible, always play with one wheel, with a single zero
- Create a 401g account
- Play comfortably
- Don’t fret about losing a number
- Stick to your gaming account
- Be on the lookout for unbalanced wheels
- Sit out some decisions
TIP 1 – WATCH OUT FOR PLAYING WITH “SURRENDER” OR “EN PRISON”.
These two terms do the same thing. In games that offer “surrender” (also called “surrender”), every time the ball hits the red / black, even / odd or high / low offer, only half of the bet is lost because the 0 or 00 has appeared. The other half is returned to the player. These are called “even money” bets because they pay out one-to-one.
In American roulette, “surrender” halves the house edge. Instead of a 5.26% advantage, the player now faces a 2.63% advantage. Find surrender games and only play these even money bets.
“En Prison” is the same thing — the house edge is halved — but it takes place in a different way. If the green 0 appears (“En Prison” is usually found on European wheels with a single zero), even-money bets will be blocked until the next time the wheel is spun.
Let’s say you bet on red and the 0 is hit. The bet on red remains on the table for the next round. If red is hit, you get your bet back. If Black is hit, you lose your bet. If the 0 is hit again, your bet will still be “in jail”.
“En Prison” reduces the house edge to 1.35% instead of 2.70% in European roulette.
So if you’re lucky enough to find one of these two options, then play with it too.
TIP 2 – ALWAYS PLAY WITH A WHEEL WITH A SINGLE ZERO, IF YOU CAN.
That’s not a difficult suggestion. You can choose between a wheel with a single zero, European Roulette, and a house edge of 2.70%, or a wheel with a double zero, American Roulette, and a house edge of 5.26%. Play the wheel with a single zero.
The only warning here is: If the wheel with the single zero has a higher minimum bet, e.g. B. 25 units than the wheel with the double zero, e.g. B. 10 units, then you should bet the 10 units. Otherwise, stick to your first answer.
TIP 3 – CREATE A 401G ACCOUNT.
Anyone who plays with money that is needed for other things is making a big mistake. Only “play money” should be used for playing. This is money that has been specifically reserved for playing games.
Set up a bank account and only deposit (and only) money there that will be used for gambling. Pay something into your entertainment fund weekly or monthly. I call this account 401G and the “G” stands for gambling.
You can only play with money from this account. This will take away the fear of losing your financial overview.
TIP 4 – PLAY COMFORTABLY.
Roulette is a leisurely game. If you’re the only one at a table, don’t rush to bet.
TIP 5 – DON’T BE ANGRY ABOUT THE LOSS OF A PREVIOUS NUMBER YOU DIDN’T WANT THIS TIME.
So you always bet on the 8 and were never right. In fact, the ball hasn’t even hit a number close to 8. Maybe there was an invisible sign above it? So you didn’t bet this time and as fate (or the angry gods) sometimes wants it, the ball lands on the 8. You are just unlucky.
Don’t fret. The game is a game of chance and no “Fate” or “Gods of Olympus” have anything to do with it. The ball has to fall into a pocket and this time it was this one. The ball didn’t think: “I’ll show the player now and I’ll land on the 8th”
TIP 6 – STICK TO YOUR GAME ACCOUNT.
The player next to you bets thousands of units on numbers. He bets more than you make in a year! He belongs to the nobility. You don’t.
Nonsense. You bet what you can afford to bet. Trust me, no one is impressed when the nobility bet thousands of units. They think of these people as sharks think of seals. They are something that needs to be eaten.
Play based on your 401G account. Perhaps you are using 10% of the money you have in your account for a session or two. In any case, we are in an age that has left the nobility behind.
TIP 7 – WATCH OUT FOR IMBALANCED WHEELS.
I think all roulette players know what an unbalanced wheel is. But just in case, here’s a handy definition: a certain number and / or numbers will hit more often than their probability. Of course, you have to study the wheel through several thousands of rotations to determine this.
The players who broke the bank in Monte Carlo actually did so. I doubt most (or all) of our readers will be interested in finding unbalanced wheels among the wheels that are perfectly balanced with supercomputers today, but give it a try.
TIP 8 – SIT OUT SOME DECISIONS.
The more you play, the better for the game provider. The less you play, the better for you. I think all players know this (or that they should know). So sit out decisions every now and then to reduce the blow of the house edge on your gaming account.
Don’t worry if a number you picked in the past pops up. The game is random and no deity is out to get you.