Roulette Strategy


How to play & Win at roulette: Strategy, plan, tactics, method, system, technique.
There is little you can do to influence the outcome at roulette. Therefore, rather than try to influence or predict the outcome, a good strategy would be to ride on the outcome and vary the intensity of betting appropriately - more as you win, less as you lose.

Make your betting selection or establish a pattern of play to your liking and stick to it. Give preference to high odds bets and don't plan to win every spin of the wheel (hey, you can't have both). These combined with a suitable money management system, like the Paroli system, should give you the opportunity to be a winner.

Roulette is one of the easiest game to play and understand in the gambling casino. A roulette wheel consists of 37 or 38 numbered slots: numbers 1 to 36, a zero, and in most places in the United States a double zero (also known as an American Roulette). The roulette betting layout consists of every individual number as well as a host of "outside" or combinations of numbers. After the players make their bets the dealer spins the roulette wheel and ticks a small ball. After a few seconds the ball will land in one of the numbered slots.

One difference between gambling roulette and all other table games is that roulette chips have no value denomination printed on them. This actually is the true definition of a chip, one which indicates its value is technically called a check. The roulette table comes with six to eight sets of different colored chips, each set consisting of 300 chips. When a roulette player buys-in he gets his own color and the value would be the buy-in divided by the number of roulette chips received. The roulette dealer will place a token on top of the dealer's stack of that color of chips to indicate the value.


Typical Roulette Table:


Typical Roulette Table