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Basic Roulette Strategies

Roulette is one of the most popular games on online casino sites , with only perhaps video poker nudging them off the number one spot. But is it purely a game of chance or are there strategies to help you win?

Basic strategies in roulette concentrate on grouping bets. The idea is to have as many chips placed in one section of the board as possible.

In theory you should be winning each time, so you should add more chips to the same area, hoping that each time to wheel lands in your section, you get a higher return, effectively banking some money.

Naturally, if the system was that easy, then there would be no roulette wheels in any casino. The system does rely on the basic premise and hope that the wheel will land on the section you’ve covered each time.

If you put down enough to cover more eventualities then ofcourse you are betting more, and winning less. You need to strike the balance between covering a range of eventualities but also making the odds attractive enough to get a decent return.

Nevertheless, the “doubling up” method is the most popular tactic used by gamblers. They would have gotten ahead with a few spins and then they try to tactically second guess which section, usually a dozen, is worth betting on next. By winning and investing each time they should always be ahead of the house.

This can be misleading for the gambler. The self assurance that the doubling method is working can put pressure to invest even more once the winnings start to dry out. The classic dilemma of risk versus reward ensures that the casino stays one step ahead.

This system was thought to have been first invented at a time when gamblers where suspicious of the casino equipment. If a particular section was being landed more often, it would have been a signal to the players that the wheel was perhaps getting stuck. They would then lay more bets on that section.

Other details include keeping a check on which numbers have been up before. Some players either have a favourite number, or they will try to notice a pattern.

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