You can use this Roulette strategy online or in a real world Casino. Being neither a mathematician or scientific
having to guess the numbered compartment the ball would fall into when the Croupier spins the Roulette Wheel always used to make me feel very nervous. I was always worried I would lose all my money, so to cure this I never gambled more than I was prepared to lose usually £20.00 to £50.00 and stayed sober never having more than one or 2 alcoholic drinks when playing. It didn't matter what was going on or who I was with, if I lost my initial stake I walked away from the tables and if I lost it 2 or 3 visits on the run I would not go back for a couple of weeks. Sounds drastic I know, but experience has taught me that a losing streak can continue if you don't change your habits.
Always a 50p min 1 chip on 8 numbers (mine are 0, 7, 8, 11, 17, 21, 25, 33) then a chip on the corners covering 5 numbers of the 8 you have chosen (mine are 11,17,21,25.33). Keep playing the same bet until you start winning or you lose your stake. Do not be tempted to change the strategy or table you will lose more money promise !!!!!! If you are winning keep playing until you have doubled your initial stake, once you have achieved this pocket half and carry on playing with the balance. Once you have doubled again start to place 2 chips on your chosen numbers and every time you double pocket half keep this up until you start to lose. Then it's time to make the decision to either keep playing or leave/cash in
The first form of roulette was devised in the 18th century in France and has been played in its present form in Paris as early as 1796. The roulette mechanism is a hybrid of a gaming wheel invented in 1720 and the Italian game Biribi. In the 19th century, roulette spread all over Europe and the US, becoming one of the most famous and most popular casino games. In the 1860s, the Blanc family moved Their casino operation to Monte Carlo where they established a gambling mecca for the elite of Europe. It was here that the single zero roulette wheel became the premier game, and over the years was exported around the world, except in the United States where the double zero wheel has remained.
In the present day European, French and American Roulette and variations like Double Ball, Speed and Tounaments playing online has revelutionised where, when and how we play.
The game is played with a wheel containing 37 or 38 compartments numbered from 1-36 and either one or two zeros. The numbers from 1-36 are divided up equally and coloured either red or black. A single ball is spun by a Croupier and will land in one of the numbered compartments.
The object of the game is to predict which numbered compartment the ball will fall into by placing a wager on the appropriate number on the layout. Wagers may also be placed to predict a sequence of numbers. The best odds are given for predicting the number outright (“straight up”) and the odds diminish depending on the range of numbers in the sequence, line or block. Players are not normally limited in the number or range of bets they may place on the same “spin” unless otherwise specified locally.
It is also possible to wager on whether the number will be red or black, odd or even, low or high (often called the “outside / even chance bets”). Each of these consists of eighteen numbers and normally pays even money, unless zero or double zero is spun whereby either half or all of the even chance bets will be lost, depending on the house rules.
Straight up (one specific number) aka "En Plein"
35 to 1
Split (one of two numbers) aka “A Cheval”
17 to 1
Street (one of three specific numbers) aka “En Transversale
11 to 1
Corner (one of four specific number) aka “En Carre”
8 to 1
First Four (one of numbers 0,1,2,3) aka “Quatre Premiers”
8 to 1
Six Line (one of six specific numbers) aka “Sixtain”
5 to 1
Column (one of 12 specific numbers in a row) “Sur une Colonne”
2 to 1
Dozen (One of 12 specific numbers) “Sur une Douzaine”
2 to 1
Red or Black (one of 18 specific numbers) “Rouge ou Noir”
1 to 1
Odd or Even (one of 18 specific numbers) “impair or pair”
1 to 1
Low or High (one of 18 specific numbers) “Manque ou Passe”
1 to 1
Split Column (one of 24 specific numbers in a row)
1 to 2
Split Dozen (one of 24 specific numbers in a block)
1 to 2
Rules Credit: National Casino Forum