Roulette strategies
Roulette began in France in the 18th century and has evolved over the years. The game is among the most popular casino games and it offers an array of opportunities to make money. Players can win by taking calculated risks and placing strategic bets. Roulette is very popular and is
available in both land based casinos and online casinos. The game is played by betting a certain number, even/odd, or colour specification to be landed on by the ball and then spinning the will to set the ball in motion. Roulette has evolved over the decades and different roulette variations have emerged in different parts of the world.

Main Variations/ Types of Roulette

European Roulette

This variation is played on roulette wheel that has numbers marked either black or red. The numbers on the wheel range from 0 to 36 which Slightly increases the chances of a player compared to the American Roulette which has an additional 00 on its wheel. The odds of winning in this variation are 1 to 37, however, the stakes of winning decrease significantly. The European Roulette’s house edge is 2.7% compared to 5.27% for the American Roulette.

French Roulette

Roulette game began in France in the 18th century. The original game had 36 numbers ranging from 1 to 36 but zero was added to create a new range from 0 to 36, a count of 37 numbers. The �En Prison’ rule allows a gambler placing an even-money bet on black/red to recoup half their
stake or let their bet run for another spin when the ball lands on zero. The �La Partage’ rule allows gamblers to recoup half their stake for even-money bets after the ball lands on zero. The house edge for this variation is 2.70% for single numbers, but it drops to 1.35% when the two rules are in play.

Rapid Roulette

This variation usually combines the benefits of a live dealer with touch-screen betting prompts and has been gaining popularity in recent years. It saves time through virtual betting and gamers can place about 65 bets in an hour.

American Roulette

The American Roulette has a zero pocket and an additional 00 pocket that lowers the chances of a player winning due to more spots to choose
from compared to the European Roulette. The odds of winning in this variation are 1 to 38.

Main Roulette Strategies

Martingale Strategy

This is one of the most common strategies and it involves doubling bets after a loss in a ~50/~50 chance game until you get a win. The first win recoups all the earlier losses and adds a small profit for the gambler. This strategy does not guarantee a win.

D’Alembert Roulette System

This strategy involves even chance bets. It is substantially safe to use although it is still risky and when your wins are equivalent to your losses you get a nice win.

Labouchere Roulette System/Cancellation System

This strategy involves constructing you own betting line and then canceling out numbers as you win. Just like Martingale Strategy, Labouchere Strategy focuses on progressive betting; however, it has a lower probability of encountering the table limit. This is a popular but complex method that may need some prior practice.

Fibonacci Roulette System

This strategy is rather captivating since it involves a slower rate of progression compared to Martingale by winning back losses over a number of winning spins instead of one. You can have relatively more losing spins and still emerge on top provided that you don’t lose continuously over a
short span of time.

Red and Black Strategies

This strategy involves the various strategies that can be applied on Black and Red which are the most popular bets.