Roulette Wheels: Biases and Wheelhead Speed

Roulette players, especially those who have just began getting into the game, must take note that this casino favourite has so many peculiarities. These quirks, as negligible as they might appear to be, still has a considerable impact on the success or failure of the gameplay. It goes without saying then that these factors should be taken into account and that any player of roulette must be aware of their existence if they wish to improve their gaming experience.

In this particular article, we shall look into the matters concerning the roulette wheel – its biases and the inherent speed of the wheelheads. Could these factors have a direct influence on the success or failure of your roulette game session? We will find out.

Biased Wheels

In its essence, roulette wheels are devices which produces random results. Realistically speaking though, does it happen in an online or land-based casino?

We are quite confident to say that unless you’re talking about the shady kind, major casinos around the world takes pride in using roulette wheels of premium quality. These wheels are calibrated and recalibrated to ensure that their spinning movement is balanced and precise.

However, some establishments admit that there are roulette wheels that may still manifest abnormalities. These often occur after a period of continuous use. In short, wheels are subject to wear and tear. These could lead to certain undesirable conditions (at least in the part of the casino) wherein the wheel tends to deliver “non-random” results. If these non-random traits become more and more apparent, they will be taken advantage of by players. Visual trackers are known for this.

Of course, since the objective of the player is to gain the upper hand against the house, he will expectedly use any means to neutralize the latter’s advantage. One way to do this is to look for wheel biases. Finding one is not an easy feat, let alone exploiting its abnormalities.

Nonetheless, there are players who are this determined to learn how to take advantage of the wheel biases. But that topic would be for another day.

About Wheelhead Speed

For an establishment that draws its profits from this simple, rotating tool, it would be appropriate for them to invest on its maintenance and care. It turns out that the condition of a roulette wheel has a direct effect on the wheelhead speed.

Most casinos, at least the brick and mortar kind, would instruct their dealers to keep the wheelhead rotation speed at a relatively slow rate. The ones we often find last from 4-5 seconds.

Close up image of a roulette wheel

In this way, the croupier will be able to spot the winning number easily while at the same time preventing the ball from being thrown out of the bowl.

Such is not the case in smaller casinos. Roulette wheels here are poorly maintained making them quite hard to operate. At times, the wheel decelerate quickly due to worn out bearings or loose treads. Dealers will be forced to spin the wheel at a much faster pace.

Wheelhead speed, as some others might believe, is a crucial element that influences how much the casino profits in a roulette table.

A faster wheelhead rotation speed tends to make the game difficult to read by the players. Still, in some cases, the ball may go overboard, and this could hamper the pace of the game. Slow turners, on the other hand, poses big problem for the house. It is because there are players who use visual prediction equipment. To counter this, casino floor managers/supervisors would have to monitor the speed of the wheelhead rotation per roulette table.

Betting System in Focus: The Shotwell Betting System

With the rapid growth of the online casino industry around the world, it is of no surprise that passionate casino players would expend energy and time to create different strategies that could help them beat the house edge while at the same time ensuring their chance of winning.

There are admittedly a lot of betting methods out there. Some are effective, some doesn’t create that much of impression. Still, there are those that rise above the rest, the cream of the crop, so they say, and we’re here to discuss that.

When we’re talking about effective roulette betting system, it’s worth mentioning the Shotwell Betting System.


Sure, the Shotwell betting method doesn’t share the same level of popularity as with the other greats like the Parlay, the Oscar’s Grind, or the Martingale. Still, this doesn’t mean that it is not as effective as the ones being mentioned.

A little bit of history, the Shotwell method came into the consciousness of casino players around 1978. It was first used on an American Roulette table. Its main goal is to provide the players a way to cover as many numbers in the roulette betting layout as possible.

The strategy is most often remembered as a system which gives the player that one chance out of his four attempts to beat the odds and win in roulette. Also, regardless as to where the ball lands, there’s a guarantee that the numbers will be nearby the ones you bet on.

The Goal of Using the System

In roulette, the objective is to predict as to where the ball will land into. The wider your coverage of the area, the more likely that your bet will win. With that in mind, it must also be remembered that the Shotwell is neither belongs to the positive nor the negative betting progression category.

In this case, the player is not necessarily required to increase or decrease his bets each time he wins or loses.

How to Apply the Shotwell Betting System

In essence, the Shotwell System is perfectly paired with the American version of the roulette game. It urges the player to use of the seven betting combinations where each must contain 1 six-line bet and 4 straight up’s.

Check out the sample combinations below:

Six line bet: 1 – 6. Paired with Straight ups: 20, 26, 8, 10

Six line bet: 4 – 9. Paired with Straight ups: 13, 14, 15, 10

Six line bet: 10 – 15. Straight ups: 16, 17, 18, 28.

Six line bet: 13 – 18. Straight ups: 11, 12, 27, 28

Six line bet: 19 – 24. Straight ups: 1, 2, 4, 26.

Six line bet: 28 – 33. Straight ups: 00, 22, 24

Six line bet: 31 – 36. Straight ups: 0, 00, 29, 30.

As a rule, one unit of bet must be placed on each. One for the six line and one for every single number bet.

When you come to think of it, the combinations were able to cover every fourth number that you can see on the wheel. In a way, there’s a probability of 1 in 4 or 25% chance that a winning number will come up from one of the combinations.

Our Verdict

Again, the system doesn’t in any way lower the house edge or ensure 100% that the player wins. Like any other strategies, the Shotwell system will serve as a guide to a roulette player on how to place his bets in a more methodical way.

What is Visual Tracking and How Can It Help Win Roulette?

Visual tracking in roulette is one of those popular methods used by players to try to project the result of a roulette wheel spin. It basically involves the careful observation of the roulette ball and the spinning wheel. The main goal is to predict which portion of the wheel or the sector of the wheelhead the pill (the term used to name the roulette ball) will likely to come to rest.

Easily said than done, the truth of the matter is, many people don’t have the patience to lend undivided attention with the given task at hand. Not to mention the visual acuity needed to become a good visual tracker. However, there are players who do possess the ability to track ball and wheelhead movement. So how do successful visual trackers do it?

How Does Visual Tracking Works?

Techniques may vary but most expert trackers would use the single zero on the wheelhead, usually of the European Roulette version (which has only the single zero) as reference point. Trackers will eye-follow the point as the wheel rotates.Meanwhile, it is only through the peripheral vision will the roulette ball is being followed.

Oftentimes, the ball and the wheelhead spins in an opposite direction from each other. The ball will then appear as a white blur each time it passes the green-colored number slot. It would be confusing at first but players do get the hang of it later on.

Aside from the single zero, a tracker will find yet another reference point on the bowl. The purpose of which is for him to be keep track how many revolutions the roulette wheel has made. An expert tracker finds this point between the ball tack and the number pocket, which is directly opposite from his point of observation.

What to Observe When Tracking

The roulette ball passes through the reference point, the single zero, several times in one revolution. One way to measure the wheelhead and the ball speed ratio is by observing the ball crossings.

There are times when the ball spins faster than wheelhead. If this happens, you will be able to observe 6 crossings for each one wheelhead revolution.

When the ball decelerates, the crossings will tend to drift farther apart and goes counter-clockwise in direction. One crossing happens for every 90 degree rotation of the wheelhead. Remember, the wheel is a 360-degree circle. As the movement further slows down, the crossings will appear more and more.

Also, when the spin decelerates, the ball goes lower and lower down into the area of the ball pockets.

Conditions Needed to Be Met When Tracking

There are conditions to be met when it comes to visual tracking. First, the roulette wheel must have an old-style ball track. The ball, on the other hand, must not be too lively and should be able to remain within the range of 5-6 pockets from the point where the croupier drops it into the wheelhead. The dealer should also be able to spin the ball at an appropriate speed.

Finally, a visual tracker should have a perfect, if not clear, view of the ball track and the wheelhead. Expert trackers would recommend positioning oneself on the last seat of the table, right up next to the wheel.

Betting System in Focus: the Double Street Quad

In roulette, the aim of the game is to bet correctly on the right number that will come up after a spin. Unless one can see the future or have managed to rig the game to your favor, there’s no way that a player can predict the outcome of a spin. Which is why, players tend to come up with strategies that will enable them to cover as many numbers as possible just like this betting system.

In this post, we will introduce yet another betting system that gives the same advantage with the added benefit of low wagering cost.

The Double Street Quad System

The system is regarded by many as a perfect betting method to use for those who are quite frugal in their bankroll while raking on the profits at the same time.

Basically, the system uses street and quad bets to evenly spread out your bets around the betting layout while allowing you to make a straight up bet which pays up a large sum.

If you’re wondering, the Double Quad belongs neither to the positive nor the negative betting progression. Players need not to raise the amount of bet nor lower it in the event that he loses or wins.

How to Apply the System

For each round using the system, the player makes six bets in all and they are of the same size. First off, he makes six line bets – the bets that cover six numbers; corner bets – the bets covering four numbers; and a straight-up – a bet placed on a single number. The arrangement will be discussed further below. For the meantime, it must be noted that bet sizes matter per player. We recommend you to check out this article about bankroll management and why this is a matter of great importance when playing roulette.

Process of Using the System

The player needs to spend six chips per spin and will be placed in a particular order. Check out the sample scheme below:

  • 2 chips on six line covering numbers 10 to 15
  • 2 chips on six line covering numbers 28 to 33
  • 1 chip on corner covering numbers 17 to 21
  • 1 chip on for a straight up on either of the numbers not occupied by the abovementioned bets
An example of a Six Line bet

The straight up bet is flexible and thus the number can be changed as the player wishes to.

An example of a Corner bet

As you can see, there are a total of 17 numbers covered in the scheme with the player only spending a sum of six chips.

Possible Outcomes

The most probable scenario in this case is that player can either win on one of the six lines, on the corner or of the straight up. The worst scenario is that he’ll lose on all positions.

Should the player gets lucky in a round, the prize that awaits is quite hefty though, enough to make the same scheme for the next. If a corner bet wins, the player gets three more chips from his one. If six lines, he gets six extra chips. And when his straight number comes up, he gets 35 to his 1.

Our Thoughts

Let us be reminded that no matter how promising a betting system is, it still cannot reduce the house advantage. But like a guiding light, it does provide a system that a player can utilize to make a more organized betting scheme, rather than just make random ones. Since the betting method doesn’t need a huge sum to be carried out, a bankroll of a considerable size can ensure the player with a longer game duration.

Betting on Few Numbers vs. Many: Which is Best When Playing Roulette?

An interesting topic to consider when playing roulette, online or offline, revolves around the question whether the player should put bets on as much as fewer numbers or to cover more parts of the wheel by wagering on more numbers. In a casino game which relies heavily on pure chance and mad luck, it’s hard to weigh in the decisions to make. However, there are experts known to swear on neither of the options.

At the bottom of everything, what we’re really talking about is bet variance. It is basically a statistical measure pertaining to the frequency of success given with a particular betting set-up. For you to get a better drift of concept, consider the discussion below.

High Variance Bets

One immediate example that comes to mind when talking about high variance bet is the straight up bet or the wager made on a single number. It’s considered high variance because of its equally high volatility. The probability for a single number, say for example, the lucky number 17, to come up in a European wheel is quite slim at only 2.7% only. But the pay-out is quite enormous at 35:1. Imagine, if you put £100 worth of chips on this single number, you’re expected to get back £3,500. That’s a one-time, big-time pay!

Low Variance Bets

On the other side of the coin, there’s the low variance bets. In this case, the player aims to cover as much as possible, plenty of numbers in the roulette game table. With this, he gets a higher chance of winning per round but the profit to make would be relatively low. Take for example this scenario: he decides to bet £1 on each of the 35 numbers. Any of his number is likely to pop out. Since the payout is 35:1, he’s getting his £35 back plus his £1 bet. When you take a look at it, his bankroll increases by a meagre £1.

If the idea of a slow, painful grind doesn’t scare you then I think this one will. The thing is you only afforded to cover 35 numbers, but there’s 37 in all (if we’re talking about European Roulette) or 38 (if it’s American Roulette). This means you have 2 – 3 unwagered numbers. Given the fact that there’s always an equal chance for all of the numbers to come out in every spin, it’s highly possible that the ball will fall into that uncovered pocket. The result is, you’d lose much of your payroll and it’s unlikely that you can recover from that unlucky round.

So Which One is Better?

As aforementioned, there are roulette game experts who advised against going either of the two pathways. Like them, we believe that it’s better for a roulette player to settle on a golden mean.

Knowing about these two extreme betting strategies can’t be discounted as something useless altogether as they can help the player makes sense of the range he’s in. The challenge now is to find that desirable mid-spot that sits between the two.

And that brings us to the mid-range variance. In this article [link to be added when reference article is already posted], we discussed thoroughly the three level of risk and reward which mostly govern how the players bet. In a nutshell, the three levels are: Low Risk & Low Reward Bets; Medium Risk and Medium Reward Bets; and High Risk and High Reward Bets. Each has their own respective type of betting strategies that a player can make, so check that article out.

Since what we’re looking for is the middle of the two ranges, then perhaps, there’s no need to mention that we should opt for strategies circling around the level of Medium Risk and Medium Reward. Wagers like the column bets are certainly perfect in this case.

But there’s still another way to go around the dilemma. Simply bet aggressively on high variance betting systems and quit early on once you’re winning. Otherwise, if you prefer the safer method, take methodical steps when doing the low variance systems.

Depending on your appetite for the day, each gameplay style will surely bring excitement and fun to your roulette gaming sessions.

Adjusting Betting Strategies Based on Level of Risk and Reward

What’s exciting about roulette is that the game has different betting options to choose from. Considering to which category they fall in, these bets have the same payout rate and corresponding house advantage. However, they still have different variances of their own.

What this means for the player is that the risk and reward per bet can go higher or lower depending on the kind of wager he makes as well as the strategy he employs.

The fact that players can “customize” the level of risk and reward when playing roulette makes this game a favourite among casino goers, both online and offline.

If you are one of those roulette lovers who are looking for that strategy that perfectly fits your tolerance for risk and reward, then this post is for you.

Here, we will reveal the kind of roulette strategies you can come up based on the bet’s corresponding risk and reward.

Low Risk & Low Reward Bets

Even money bets are wagers which have the lowest variance in roulette. Basically, you’re betting if the result will be odd or even (in Even/Odd), black or red (in Black/Red), or if the number belongs to the first 18 numbers of the second (in 1-18/19-36).

The chances of winning with these bets are very high, in fact, the highest in the game. Consequently, the pay rate is the lowest – 1:1.

If you have the patience of a saint, you can use this betting system when you’re up for these types of bets. Otherwise, we can spice up the wagering simply by combining different bets.

For example, you planned on betting £10 on Odd. What’s better would be to put £5 on Odd and the rest on 1-18. There are only two possible outcome with an even money bet: you win another £10 or you lose £10. The split strategy we just mentioned, however, will give you one more outcome: you tie up with £10. This means that you haven’t necessarily won £10, you haven’t lost £10 as well.

As you can see, the risk and reward are the same in this situation, but apparently, the variance has smoothen out.

Medium Risk and Medium Reward Bets

Any roulette player would yearn for more action and thrill in the game he plays. However, he still keeps in mind never to go all out crazy and be carried away with the moment. The way to achieve this glorious mean is to go for a more risky bet like the ones included in column bets.

You can find these wagers printed in a roulette table as 1st 12 (numbers 1-12), 2nd 12 (numbers 13-24), and 3rd 12 (numbers 25-36).

Compared to even money bets, column bets have lower chance of winning at around 32.4 percent only, but has 2:1 payout.

The same strategy you can employ in this case: mix things up. Suppose you normally bet £6 on a column. How about, you break up the bet into three parts: one on either of the dozens, another on a column, and the third wither on even/odd or black/red. The risk here is a bit higher, for sure, but the chances for you to win different level of prizes is high enough to make your game more exciting.

High Risk and High Reward Bet

To amp up the fun further, why not go for the highest-risk bet in the game: the Straight-up. As you might already know, it’s a bet made on a single number. There’s only a meagre chance of winning, at 2.7 percent but the payout is mind-numbingly huge – 35:1. If you crave for that adrenaline rush but still wants to tone down the risk slightly, we have a strategy for that.

Suppose you’re eyeing to bet straight-up with £2 on number 7. One alternative would be to split the bet to two different numbers, say 7 and 10, for £1 each. Yet another way to go is make a split bet between the two numbers. Basically, it’s the same way of putting 1 unit of bet for each number. In this case, the payout is 17:1 but the chance of winning slightly increases to 5.4 percent.

When playing roulette online, always be mindful of the level of risk and reward. Choose where you’re most comfortable with and adjust accordingly if you wish to spice things up a bit.

Betting System in Focus: The Base Two Betting System

Roulette, whether it is played in an online or a land-based casino, relies on chances. Every outcome is unique in itself and there is no possible way (at least legally) to predict where the roulette ball will land in the wheel.

However, there are still players who claim that, by adjusting the roulette bet amounts, the player can actually control the results of the game. This gives him the benefit of an extended game session which further ensure that he gets a fatter chance of winning than losing. And the way to do this is by learning and using roulette betting system.

These betting strategies are yet to be proven mathematically to increase the player’s chances of having a successful roulette gameplay. Still, they can be worth your try in your next online roulette game.

As of this post, we’re going to talk about this great betting system which works perfectly with games which have even money bets like craps, blackjack, and of course, roulette.

Introducing, the Base Two Betting system. Sometimes called the Level Two betting system, this particular method can be extremely helpful for novice roulette players or those who wants to play the game in the safe side.

The Basics of Base Two Betting System

Being a positive progression type of bet, the Base Two requires players to increase bets only when hitting a win streak. Otherwise, he reduces back to his original bet unit when he lose at any point of the game. Players, when using the system, needs to set a maximum betting limit and place it when he wins. He also needs to establish the amount of his initial bet and stick to it until he hits a winning streak.

Taking hints from the name itself, you might have guessed that the system has two defining options: the player makes the maximum bet (if winning) or go back to base one (if losing).

It should be remembered that when setting up a minimum and maximum bet, the player should be wary of the table’s limit. He should also be keeping in mind the capacity of his bankroll and how much he can afford to lose in the bets.

Using the System

To better understand the flow of the method, consider this short illustration: suppose the player sets his minimum bet on £5 and maximum on £20. As instructed, the first wager should be £5 on an outside bet like Red/Black, Even/Odd, and 1-18/19-36.

If the outcome of the spin didn’t favor the player, then he doesn’t have to change the original amount of his bet. But, if he wins, the next wager he makes should be the maximum right away, in this case, £20.

As you might have noticed, Base Two works in such a way that is opposite to other positive progression bets like this one and this one, whereby the increases made (when winning) are done rather gradually. In Base Two you only got two options: win, go max; lose, go min.

Pros and Cons

The Base Two Betting system is probably one of the easiest roulette betting strategy I’ve ever come across with. It’s very easy to use and remember. And this is its strength. However, its straightforward nature gives way to its weakness. The thing is, unlike the other positive progression bets, it is not indicated in Base Two that you need to stock up after making a successful series. In such case, you would only have to continue indefinitely. And since there are equal chances of winning as of losing, you might just eventually end up with your gain vs. capital close to going even. Which means, there could be no profit to be made at all.

Still, Base Two is a good method to use when you’re bent on playing roulette without losing too much while at the same time, increasing the odds of increasing your bankroll size.

Enjoy and good luck on your next roulette game!

Betting System in Focus: The Base Five Casino Betting System

There’s always this debate with regards to the usefulness of betting system when playing online roulette. While it’s true that there still isn’t a single strategy that has been made that could mathematically beat the casino advantage, we still believe that applying a specific system in your roulette gameplay can really increase the likelihood of you not losing a lot of money.

We explained before that while betting systems can’t really help you win, it can, however, help you manage your bankroll. In a sense, a well-managed payroll means you’d still have an ample amount of fund to be used to play roulette. Consequently, this allows you to play more rounds, and the longer you stay at the table, the higher the chances for you to win.

Our purpose in this post is to introduce yet another betting strategy which we believe can help you have a more enjoyable and (most of all) profitable roulette online game session.

The Base Five Casino Betting System

The Base Five is yet another favourite betting method of ours which belong to the category of positive progressive betting systems. It is best used in games which has even-money bets like our favourite roulette. Again, a progressive type of bet calls the player to increase his wagers only when on a winning streak and reduce when losing.

To put it simply, the Base Five method uses this betting sequence: 1-2-3-5. As you might have guessed, each number in the pattern coincides to the number of units that you have to bet.

How to Use the System

As we often remind our dear readers, in almost any betting strategy to use, the player must first set a betting limit before he actually engage in a game. The ways to do this is by knowing the limits set on the table, the size of the bankroll, and the money the player is willing to lose through his wagers.

With everything being set, you should now be on your way to playing the game with the Base Five strategy.

To better explain how to use this roulette betting technique, consider this illustration:

Suppose a player enters the game with a minimum bet of £5. Following exactly the betting sequence mentioned above, the first wager he has to make must be £5. If he wins, the second bet should now be £10. Another win means he goes up to £15. And to complete the betting cycle (again, if he still wins this time), the amount he bets should now be £25.

It is important to remember that after completing the 1-2-3-5 series, which in a sense proved the method to be successful, the player should revert back using the initial betting amount which is £5, in the case of the example above.

Now, talking about the real world: if the player loses at any point in the sequence, it is imperative for him to reset the cycle. For instance, he wins at stage 1 so he moves up to £10. He wins again at the second stage so he bets £15. However, if he loses, he goes back to £5.

Pros and Cons

What makes Five Base a popular system among players is its simplicity and ease of application. You just have to memorize the four-numbered series and you’re good to go.

Moreover, being a positive progressive betting system, Base Five prevents the player from losing too much of his bankroll since he only increases his bet when on a winning streak.

The problem with the system, however, lies on the mere fact that roulette is a game of independent random events. Every new spin of the wheel has nothing to do with the previous result. This makes the game so precarious and so, it might not be easy to sweep the four betting steps in one try.

All in all, the Base Five is a perfect system for those who wants to play online roulette with the lesser risk of losing their money.

We hope you good luck and enjoyment in your next roulette game.

Betting System in Focus: The Parlay System

The Parlay Betting System is one of the oldest betting strategies that has been around since the 16th century. It is popularly being used on games like blackjack, baccarat and roulette.

This particular betting system falls in the positive progression category wherein the player increases his bet only after a win and reduce back to the original betting unit when in a losing streak; just like this betting strategy. The Parlay, in a sense, is similar to that of the Paroli system which is why players sometimes refer to it as a “pyramiding” strategy.

What makes the Parlay system unique, however, is that it is much easier to understand and apply even by the most novice of all online roulette player. Moreover, it is a method wherein it is possible for you to win big without even risking a great part of your own bankroll. In short, you’re playing against the house using its own money.

Interested? Read on as we explain how the Parlay betting system works.

The Basics of the Parlay System

As mentioned above, the Parlay resembles that of the Paroli strategy but the latter would require you to use your own money before you can clinch for that big win. Here, it’s the casino’s own funds that you will be playing for your own advantage.

To get started with the Parlay, you need to decide on your initial bet size. This will be the base unit to which you either increase from (when you win) or to return to (when you lose). The system also needs you to establish a max win limit. This is the limit which dictates as to when you should take your winnings off the betting table. For a much clearer discussion, here’s an illustration:

You have an initial bet of £10 upon sitting at a roulette game and your max win limit is £80. Let’s also assume that you are going for an even money bet which pays out 1:1 (Red/Black, Odd/Even, 1-18/19-36). If you win this round, your next bet will become £20. Come the next spin and you won, your bet would now be £40. This happens until you hit your £80 win mark and only then will you start over again with a £10 bet. The profit from that run should of course be stocked up.

However, winning streaks can be very difficult to come by. So, in the event that you lose at any time during the betting cycle, you automatically return to your initial bet and start working up again from there.

Why Set A Max Win?

The reason we put a max win limit is first, to prevent the player to get swayed by and just ride along with his winnings until all of it returns to the casino’s pocket, plus so much more. Secondly, by stocking up, you would see exactly how much profit is being made in a single cycle.

When you are able to make a return of your investment, only then you would realize that you are now actually using the casino’s money (which is basically the profit) to have more fun while fattening up your payroll.

Pros and Cons

The main advantage when applying the Parlay system in your online roulette game is the mere fact that it is based off on positive progression. Relatively speaking, there’s a much higher chance for you to earn decent cash while at the same time face lower risk of losing money as compared to negative progressions like Martingale or Fibonacci. These two systems, like most of its kind, would call the player to double up on his bet each time he lose a spin.

Looking at the other side of the Parlay system, its efficiency will, however, fall short when we’re talking about long-term play. In a much worse situation, a player could lose his entire bankroll if luck is nowhere to be found.

If you don’t want this unfortunate circumstance to befall on you, we recommend that you read our article about managing your roulette bankroll.

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Betting System in Focus: The 666 Strategy

We know exactly what you’re thinking: it’s the number of the devil, and yes, it might sound evil, but it’s no more than that – just a name of an amazing roulette betting strategy. If done properly, the 666 roulette betting strategy can be your magic formula to have a successful, enjoyable, and most of all, profitable online roulette gaming experience.

The Overview of the Betting System

The overall basic concept of the 666 roulette strategy is for the player to cover as many numbers on the roulette betting table. Depending on the player, the system calls for different sizes of bets to be placed.

This method of wagering banks on the assumption that with so many numbers covered, one of them would definitely come out in a spin. This can be applied to any of the three roulette game variants: the European, the American and the French roulette. But if possible, we recommend for it to be used on the European or the French wheel because both versions holds the lowest house edge of 2.7% and 1.35%, respectively.

As already mentioned, the roulette 666 strategy covers almost all of the numbers but except for four. In this scale, the player needs a lot of betting money to make the system work.

For beginners who wished to utilize the 666, they can start off with the base amount of £66. However, should you wish to amp up your gains or just to heighten up the tension, you can go up with the higher multiples of 66 like £132, £198, and so on. You only need to factor in the value as well as the betting units that will be mentioned below.

Procedures on How to Use the System

  1. We start off by placing a bet of £36 on RED.
  2. We then make a Split bet (which has a 17:1 payout) of £4 each on the following numbers:
  • 0 & 2
  • 8 & 11
  • 10 & 13
  • 17 & 20
  • 26 & 29
  • 28 & 31

Check out the image to see how it’s done. If made right, this first batch of inside bets should total to £24.

  1. Once again, we make another inside bets. But this time around it will be a Straight Up which pays out 35:1. There will be 7 numbers to choose from and we only pick 3 of them. The numbers to select are: 4, 6, 15, 22, 24, 33, & 35. With that in mind, we then put £2 bets on each of the 3 chosen single numbers.
  2. Having closely followed the procedure, we should only have four single numbers left that don’t have bets. It’s pretty much a slim chance but if luck is indeed really hard to find and one of the four unlucky numbers comes up, then we lose a total of £66 (as base multiple).
  3. However, if favoured, we should net a win of £6, which is not bad considering we could just grind our way up to huge accumulated winnings. Again, we can double, triple, or quadruple up the base multiplier of £66 to make a single spin more profitable.

Now, you might ask, why the name of 666? It’s because the numbers on a roulette wheel, whether it is European (which has 36 plus a single 0) or American (which has 36, a single 0 plus a double 0), would add up to 666.

Personal Advice

While losing in an online roulette game cannot be prevented, controlling how you lose your bankroll can help you to have a fun and memorable gaming experience. It’s best to bet by the minimum – it might not yield that much, but the fact that you still have a lot of money to spend means you have more game time. And more game time further means more chances of winning.

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