#1
Anyone else play them ?

I'm just getting into it, I searched for days for a decent strategy to play roulette, and I've finally found/made one.

It's made me a fair bit of money so far.
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#2
Roulette is quite simple really. You bet based on what's already come up. If six black numbers come up in a row then whilst the odds of the next one coming out are 50/50, the odds of seven coming out in a row are far worse and so you bet against unusual patterns occuring.
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#3
the roluette wheel has no memory of previous events and as such not sure about betting against patterns.
#4
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the roluette wheel has no memory of previous events and as such not sure about betting against patterns.


Yes, you're betting against the likelihood of patterns regardless as to whether they've actually surfaced.

Six blacks in a row is against the odds, so a seventh is even more unlikely, even though six have already shown and thus the chance of a seventh is only 50/50. It's the best way to bet. Look at the entire game as having 50/50 odds on red and black and bet on the fact that if the roulette wheel is spun 100 times during your game, it should come up red and black about fifty times each. That's what you're betting on, even though realistically each time you bet the previous outcomes are irrelevant.
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#5
Roluette is not a good way to make money...I would go with poker personally because thats the only casino game that relies on only you for results. Much safer (if you know what your doing). But good luck
#6
you should just avoid online gambling entirely, you might be winning now but eventually your luck will change. play smart!
#7
^ It's true, especially with games that require no skill like roulette. Only asking for trouble unless you can afford to count your losses as entertainment money.
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#8
Rankles is right. I'm just using the Martingale method. Quite simple really.

I've won £80 in about 2 hours on roulette using it.
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#9
Online gambling is a bad thing, my best friend gambled away his college scholarships playing poker. And now he is thousands in debt because of it. Not only that but the company still sends him **** trying to get him to play.
#10
Well I think you need a degree of stableness. Well strictness about yourself, you have to be clever with your bets. And always go with your gut feeling.
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Be honest.
I'd do it. I think that I could stand one night with a man for the financial security of my whole life and the life of my children
And no I'm not gay. I'm 100% straight.

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