Winning Roulette System – How To Win At Roulette

Roulette is a very simple game, and it’s also a game that a lot of people like to play.  However, winning at roulette is a very different matter.

Most people attempt to play roulette without any kind of roulette winning strategy and so end up losing most of their money when playing roulette.

Fortunately there are a few tips to help you in your quest of winning roulette.

1) Never place bets on single numbers – even though they have the highest roulette payout, the single number bets also have the lowest odds of winning.  You’re better off to stick with even bets such as red and black, or odds and even numbers.

2) When playing roulette games, always make sure to know how much you can afford to bet (i.e potentially lose) and know when you should quit.  After a winning roulette streak, it’s always best to walk away with your winnings rather than try and keep playing – chances are you will end up losing if you keep playing.  A plan for playing roulette will help you win at roulette.

3) Watch the roulette table closely and observe the previous results.  Contrary to popular belief, it is somewhat possible to predict what colours or combinations are likely to come up.  Even though each spin is individual in it’s own right, over time, and with enough spins, a pattern forms e.g. with enough spins, roughly half the spins will end on black, and roughly half will end on red (it’ll be slightly less than half, because of the ’0′ slot).

Some people will argue this case, but the statistics don’t lie – just like if you toss 10,000 coins in the air, roughly 5,000 will land on ‘heads’ and roughly 5,000 will land on ‘tails’.

So how do you use this to your advantage?

Keep an eye on the red/black and even/odd spins.  If you notice a streak of one kind, start betting on the other kind – it will eventually come up (you can double your bet with each loss)

Roulette tables do have table limits to prevent people using this too much, so try to wait for a streak e.g. of at least 3-4 of the same colour, and then bet (starting small) on the other colour.

Just like any roulette strategy, it’s not guaranteed to work every time, but it can dramatically increase your roulette odds when you’re playing.

Leave a Comment