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Roulette Strategies

Since the game’s inception back in the 18th century, roulette has become an incredibly popular aspect of casino culture, with many people heading for the table every time they walk into a cinema or pop online for a quick flutter.

While playing at the iconic roulette table will inevitably require a great deal of luck, there are people through the ages who have believed that applying well thought-out strategies will help them to walk away from the table better off. Whether you believe in these strategies is up to you though, because roulette is essentially a game of chance. SuperCasino’s infographic takes a look at some of the strategies that we have seen since the game began – some, a little more believable than others!

One of the best ways to improve your odds to give you a better chance of winning is to play at the European roulette table rather than the American one. The addition of the ‘00’ on the US table means that your odds are lowered, before you even place your first bet. The house edge at the European table is, in fact, almost half that at the American alternative, so stay on this side of the pond if you want to win!

If you’re after the best odds, a lot of people swear by the James Bond strategy – out of a £200 bet, pop £140 on the high numbers (19-36), £50 on 13 to 18 and £10 on 0. Chances are, you may see a pleasant return!

Alternatively, there’s always the Martindale strategy. It’s one of the most popular strategies going, and is quite simply doubling your bet for every loss. While losing streaks aren’t pleasant, they don’t last forever, and this strategy means that when it does eventually end, your bet will give you a payout! The only problem with this strategy is the small profit margins, and the potentially large losses before you eventually win something! If that doesn’t sound like a very good strategy to you, perhaps the Paroli System will be right up your street? Instead of doubling your bet every time you lose, you double your bet every time you win.

There are always the French bets, too, which correspond with various parts of the wheel. Place these bets alongside one of the above systems, and you may increase your chance of walking away in profit. At the end of the day though, it’s all down to chance – the roulette ball has a mind of its own!