Roulette: How do you bet?

Roulette is a very popular table game in casinos today. While variations of the game exist for hundreds of years, only three variations are available in American casinos.

Most likely, you are familiar with American and European roulette. Sands Roulette is the newest addition to our table game collection.

Which one of these games should I play?

What should you do to place a bet on them

Which strategy is the best for roulette betting?

All that and more will I explain in this post.

What are the differences between American, European and Sands Roulette?

These games may have some differences but the most important difference between them is the number of green slot the wheels contain.

Each roulette wheel contains at least 37 slots.

Each of the 36 slots is always numbered from 1 to 36 and alternately colored with RED or BLACK.

Additional slots are available in green.

European roulette has only one green slot: the "0"

There are two green slots in American roulette: "0" or "00".

Sands roulette has an additional green slot called "S", which is added to the wheel.

One reason the green slots exist is this:

These factors make the statistical probabilities of the game uneven.

This is due to the way that roulette bets get paid off. For betting on one number, you can win 35-to-1 or 1-to-1.

Payoffs, also called "odds", may not be as fair as actual probabilities that a roulette ball will land on a given slot. This is how casinos make their money.

The house should retain at least 2.7% of all bets made over the course of a game. The casino does not have to cheat players. The casino profits are often improved by players placing bad bets.

Another difference between European and American roulette is the addition of a betting area at the European roulette table. This second betting area can be used to place special bets. These bets are more complex than those made in American or Sands roulette. This section of the table is not important because I will show you how I place bets with the highest chance of winning.

Is there a winning system for roulette?

Everybody who plays roulette eventually thinks about how to "beat the system".

Here, I will be completely honest:

It is impossible to do so.

It is impossible to design a winning betting system using the green slots. You can guarantee a win every time if you place a chip on each one of the 2-to-1 and green number outside bets.

This is the only way to get paid every time the wheel turns.

You will also go bankrupt.

The Martingale System is a system that you may have heard of. This is a popular system for new players to roulette.

Experiential roulette players will just roll their eyes at anyone who mentions the Martingale System. You can only make money using the Martingale System if you write a book and get people to purchase your book.

It's still a risk, however, as most people know that the Martingale System promises much more than it actually delivers.

This is how it works:

Start by betting the minimum. You lose if you place a bet less than the minimum. You can win your doubled wager and you will be back at the minimum table. If you lose, your bet will be doubled.

Inexperienced gamblers will love this idea, but you'll run out of money and hit the table limit before your losses can be recouped.

The Martingale system is a scam bet.

Every gambling system attempts to use probability theory. Probability estimates are also used in the Martingale System as well as other roulette betting strategies.

These systems have a flaw. You'll be fine if you can accept the flaw. Although you won't win every time, your expectations will be higher.

Setting reasonable expectations and practicing self-discipline are key to avoiding going bankrupt when you gamble. Gambling is not a good idea. They can lower your inhibitions, and impair your judgement.

If you plan to gamble with alcohol or drugs, you might be better off just giving your money to the casino cashier window.

What is the Role of Probabilities in Roulette?

Statistics is the origin of probability theory. It attempts to provide rules that can be used to predict what will happen next in any given situation. These guesses may not be accurate. Sometimes, the guesses are correct and sometimes not. Probability theory is a favorite among gamblers because it allows them to pick the best betting strategies.

If you only place one bet, it is more likely that you will double your money in a roulette session. You are less likely to win a double-digit payout if you place more bets.

Because every bet is closer to your long-term expectations. You are more likely to achieve better results than you expected if you stay closer to the short-term.

The probabilities of winning in roulette are very simple. The dealer spins the wheel, and then releases the ball. It spins around the outside of a wheel until it finally settles in a specific slot. There are only 37 slots on the European roulette wheel, so there is a 1 in 37 chance that the ball will land on a particular slot.

This probability is unchanging.

This probability is calculated based on all known possibilities.

Probability theory can't predict where the ball will stop.

It cannot predict whether the ball will land in red, black or green over the next 100 spins.

Many gambling guides will tell you that the probabilities of winning are high if you play with such and-such probabilities. These guides will warn you that it is impossible to predict the future. However, they are setting an expectation that the ball would land on red approximately 47% of times.

They will even talk about computer simulations that can be run for one million spins of a wheel to see how often the ball lands in red, green, or black.

The Probability Fairy, in real life, is always away. She won't be there to use her magic wand and make things work the way experts recommend. Over the next 20 spins, it could land on red. It could also land on black, green, or a random combination of these colors.

There is no way to predict how many [X] spins the next will take. This is dishonesty.

You can look at the wheel, and see how much it costs you to place a bet on the largest number of numbers. This is how you get the most coverage without losing too much money.

Even if you have every number on the wheel, you will still lose money.

The only way to win at roulette is to place a bet on fewer numbers than the ones on the wheel.

Also, you want to place bets that are more profitable than even money. There are many bets that you can make, but they're not worth the effort.

It is not a good idea to bet on just one number. Place bets on the lines between numbers (known as "street bets") or on the corners of numbers ("corner bets")

Despite having a high payoff, you still have too many numbers.

Roulette: How do bets work?

Divide the bets in two groups:

Inside bets

Outside bets

Inside bets can be based on individual numbers, or small groups. Inside bets are made by players who wager on individual numbers, corners and lines.

Outside bets can only be placed on certain groups of numbers on a wheel. The "2-to-1" betting options cover 12 numbers: 1-12, 13-24, and 25-36. Each bet covers 18 numbers.






19 to 36

Even money bets are more likely to win.

You'll lose your stake if you don't win five times out of nine on even money wagers. This is the problem with roulette. No matter what you bet, you must win at least one more time than you lose.

Because they cover fewer numbers, the "2 to 1" wagers are more profitable than the "1 and 1". There is less chance of you winning.

There are six types of "2-1" bets.

There are three types of dozens betting: (1) to 12, (3) to 24, and (25 to 36).

There are three types of columns: [1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34],[2, 5, 8, 11, 14-17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32 l 35], [3, 6, 9, 12 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33 l 36]

Bettors can place a wager by placing a bet on any of the "2-1" groups. This means you won't be covering just 18 numbers, but instead will cover 24.

This bet is also known as the "double dozen bet". This type of bet is popular with gamblers who want to hedge their bets. A "double dozen" is more likely to win than an even-money bet. A double dozen bet is a good choice if you want to play safe and go for even money odds.

You can be more aggressive if you wish to place more money than you would on your double dozen. Instead of betting more on your double dozen, you could cover all 36 red and black numbers. The green numbers are not important. They will come in occasionally, but you'll still lose money.

There are ways to minimize your losses.

How to Bet on Columns and Dozens Aggressively

Take six chips and divide them between the three dozen or three columns of bets.

You should place 3 chips on 1 and 2 chips on 2; and 1 chip on 3 You'll lose all your bets if the ball hits a green number.

For every chip you bet, if the ball hits any number, you will win 2 chips and lose 5 chips. This is half your loss.

This is the best way to place aggressive bets on the table.

You'll win 4 chips if the ball hits any number in your 2 Chip Bet. 4 chips will be lost. This will keep you in the game.

For a net gain 3 chips, you will win 6 chips and lose 3. This will cancel out 1 chip win.

This betting strategy is a great way to grow your money and still make big wins. The strategy is most likely to fail if the ball lands in green, or if it lands more frequently on the single chip than the three chip bet.

We are sorry, but that's all we can do to stop it from happening.

Roulette is not a game that can be won.

This is something I cannot emphasize enough.

Roulette is not a long-term game.

Roulette is fun to play. Because you never know where the ball will land, it's thrilling. You are actively involved in placing your wagers.

There are many betting options to choose from. Roulette is a game where the only thing that is certain is that the casino will profit. You can only hope that the casino makes a profit at your expense.

While some players try to increase their chances of winning by placing large bets, they do occasionally win. However, the most successful players are those who have a conservative betting strategy and who take the money off the table. You'll be more successful than most gamblers if you walk away with the amount you staked. How to Win Money in Roulette