How to Win Roulette Using These 3 Proven Strategies

Beating Casino presents: How to Win Roulette Using These 3 Proven Strategies Frank Scoblete is a roulette pro and he shares with us 3 of the best strategies to win the game of roulette. Roulette was probably the first true casino game and was likely introduced in the middle ages. Noblemen attempted to beat roulette with various roulette systems of play. However, the systems they invented and used, while fun, just couldn’t give them a true mathematical edge over the casino. With that being said, the systems of the past are still used today, because they are fun to play and structure a player’s game-plan in a way that makes sense to the player. A player always knows what to do next when playing a system.

There’s no guesswork in how or what to do next. So, let’s begin… Strategy #1. Roulette Martingale Strategy. If you ever played at the casino, even only a few times, then you’ve probably stumbled on the Martingale system, even if you didn’t know the word Martingale. So, what is the Martingale betting system? It’s actually pretty simple: the player doubles his bet if he loses a decision in the hopes that he have to win sooner or later.

Example: the player bets $10 and loses. So, now he bets $20. If he wins the $20 bet, he has recouped his original $10 loss.

Simple, right? But don’t get too comfortable here. If the player loses the $20 bet, then he will have to double his bet and now bet for $40. If he loses again, he goes up to bet $80, and so on and so on until he wins, if he wins.

That means that a a bad streak of six, seven (or eight) losses in a row can probably sink the player and his entire bankroll. A note to remember: many casinos limit the maximum a player can wager, so you should check the maximum betting amount with the casino. The Martingale is much like the iceberg that sunk the Titanic. The loss of six to eight hands in a row seems like a real longshot, but the fact is that anyone who has played roulette has seen streaks of red or black, odd or even, or high or low coming up with such frequency many times.

The Martingale betting technique can be summed up as a method of playing against losses without capitalizing on wins. It is a negative flow strategy increasing bets because previous bets have lost. While the devastating loss is inevitable when using the full Martingale system there will be plenty of $10 wins along the way, but they are not enough to make up for the big loss.

Remember this if you’re choosing to bet using the Martingale system. Strategy #2. Scobe’s Simple Gun and Run Martingale You should use the Martingale strategy only on the even- money outside bets at roulette, the odd or even, high or low, red or black. These bets give the player 18 chances to win with 20 chances to lose on the American double-zero wheels and 18 chances to win with 19 chances to lose on the European Roulette, which are single-zero wheels.

Let’s see how this strategy will play out: your first bet is $10 (or whatever your normal bet size is) on one of the even- money proposition wagers. If you lose that bet, you raise your next bet to $20. Now, you sit out two spins and don’t bet! After two sit-outs, on the next spin, you you will increase your bet to $40. If you lose that bet, then you quit and go back to your original bet.

This way, you’ve lost $70 on this sequence, but not hundreds of dollars or your entire bankroll. This is a smart and educated way to wager. Your goal with this roulette strategy is to keep you away from the devastating loss that the Martingale ultimately entails.

Many times on the two spins that you sit out and don’t bet, there will be a winning spin that you would have won, had you bet it. On the other hand, more times there would have been losing bets. Remember, the casino has the edge on all of those even-money wagers. This fact should always be in your mind.

Never think that you are playing an even game, even on bets called “even-money” bets. If you have lost that $70 you can choose to start all over again or you can head to another wheel and start all over again there or you can take a break. It is all up to you. Let’s say that you started with a $500 bankroll for this session and lost the $70 in the example.

You still have $430 to play with, and play smart. Self-discipline and not chasing loses. Strategy #3. Scobe’s Simple Paroli System.

The Paroli betting system is another that many novice casino players think they have discovered. It is a positive betting system, attempting to make money at a game where the player has been winning in the immediate past. The Paroli system is merely the parley system that many gamblers use. Using this system, the player increases his bet after a win and keeps increasing his bet as the wins increase. Generally, a Paroli player will go three decisions before decreasing his bet to its original amount.

So, it would go $10, then a win and a $20 bet, then a win and a $40 bet. Then the winning bets are kept aside, and the original $10 is wagered to begin a new series. If you watch the movie The Gambler, you will notice the wrong use of the Paroli system, as the player wishes to go long winning distances by continuing to double their previous wins, without keeping aside previous wins, and when you lose this way, you lose it all. You should use the three-win method but to start it after the session bankroll has gone up.

So, if you win the first bet, do not increase your bet for the second bet. Instead, the second bet should be the same as the first bet, which is $10. If you win the second bet, then you can increase your bet for the third bet and go the full Paroli system. With any loss, the player goes back to the original $10 bet. The pattern here is interesting.

The first two wins bring your session bankroll up $20. Now, that third bet of $20 could be lost but the player is still even for the sequence, as he returns to his original $10 bet and attempts to Paroli himself a win. A loss of that $40 means the player returns to the original $10 bet as well. This is a relatively safe system (as systems go) and as long as the player does not try to magically accomplish a truly prolonged Paroli, he might find this a pleasing and even profitable metod method of play.

Remember, that the paroli system at roulette should be used on the even- money bets. So, Which Roulette System Is The Best? Frank Scoblete prefers the Paroli method, because with this system you will not be sweating out your sessions the way you will when you have a long sequence of losses using the Martingale strategy. With the Paroli system, when you lose, the losses can be quickly terminated and you don’t have to lose your entire bankroll.

The “gun and run” Martingale strategy is not that bad as well, but Scoblete still prefers the “gun and run” Paroli system. With that said, every gambler has to decide for him or herself just how to play and bet the games. Just remember that it’s all about having fun and when possible and playing smart using the right strategy for you, with self-discipline, you will enjoy the game and may even walk out of the casino profitable. Thank you for watching. Enjoy our channel with more videos, tips and strategies on how to beat the casino both live and online, and don’t forget to like, share and comment on our videos. Also, check our amazing promotions waiting just for you in the description section below, for free cash, no deposit bonuses and other great promotions you can claim right now on the leading casino rooms online.

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