Since the first Roulette wheel was spun people have tried to create strategies to increase your chance of winning, but can you really beat the wheel? Let’s have a look at some of the most popular Roulette strategies:
The Martingale System
This system involves doubling your bets after a loss until you eventually get a win, it is most commonly used on red or black.
The Reverse Martingale
This system is also known as ‘Paroli’ and involves increasing your bet after a win, this could prove lucrative if you have a winning streak.
D’Alembert Roulette System
This is a simple strategy based on even chance bets, the logic being if you have as many wins as losses you will eventually have a good win.
This strategy involves taking the opposite approach to the D’Alembert system, if you adopt this strategy you will need more wins than losses to succeed.
James Bond Roulette System
This is the strategy used by James Bond in the Bond novels and it is a system that covers two thirds of the table and the 0.
Labouchere Roulette System
This system is also known as the cancellation method because you create your own betting line and cancel numbers off it as you win. This is one of the more complicated strategies which could take some practise.
Before adopting any of these strategies, remember Roulette is a game based on chance so therefore no strategy is guaranteed. You will win, you will lose, you may make money, you may lose money, but this is part of the allure of Roulette, you are putting yourself completely in the hands of a spinning ball and Lady Luck. So whilst it’s exciting trying different strategies to see if you can beat the wheel, don’t rely on them.