The Greatest Roulette Strategy the World Has Ever Known

Some roulette strategies work, others do not. They’re basically methods deemed to help players win at roulette. In most cases, they are mechanics or rules telling the user when to bet and where to place it.

With a game as exciting as roulette, it’s never a big surprise to find out that there are more strategies being formulated just for this game as compared to other casino games. Sad to say, there’s still a lot who consistently lose their hard-earned money. Why? Maybe because they haven’t heard about the greatest roulette strategy the world has ever known.

The Street and the Split

As what you might have learned in this post about the kinds of inside bets, there are actually a variety of wagers that players can make when playing roulette. In this particular article, we’re going to tackle about the Street and the Split.

Street or Trio is made by placing a chip or a stack of it on the line which separates the dozens betting area from the interior part of the betting table.

Depending on the house rules, some casinos may allow players to put chips on the opposite side of column. Just like the ones below:

A trio/street bet pays out 11 to 1.

A split, meanwhile, covers just two numbers. In this strategy we’re going to introduce today, we’re going to use this bet only to deal with the zeros. This bet pays out winning players 17 to 1.

There are two things we are going to look for using this system. First is the trend. Second is the necessary action to take once the trend has been spotted.  

How to Apply the Strategy

We begin by taking note of the last two numbers that came up. Next, we find out which two streets the numbers belong to. If these numbers are in the same street, then go back as many spins as needed until you have the last two streets on which the ball has fallen into.

Take this sample situation: the last two numbers are 12 and 32. The two streets covering these numbers are 10, 11, and 12 and 31, 32, and 33.

If, for the next few rounds, the last two numbers are 4 and 6. This time, we will be looking at the last three numbers the ball has landed into. With 4 and 6 in mind, the third number is 26. This means that the streets involve are 4, 5, and 6 and 25, 26, and 27.

With this at hand, we are going to make two equal and separate street bets on these two streets. We keep doing this until either one of the trio bets wins.

Since there are two street bets made, the odds are 5:1.

If you win, bet all the money you’ve won on the last two streets the ball has landed. You are actually playing the casino’s money against it this way.

With a payout of 11: 1, your £6, for example, would become £66. But since you’re doing two streets, your real profit is £30. Wager this amount on the streets the last two digits belong (£15 each) and you’d likely to win £150. Now, this time, you stick on the £30 bet mark, which means you get to keep the rest as profit. Keep betting at this mark until you lose. In that case, begin the cycle again.  

Now, if the ball lands on single zero and the double zero (in the case of American roulette), just consider this situation as just another street. However, the one you’ll make here is a split bet, since there are only two numbers.

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