Can you beat roulette?

If we play at random NO. That is, if we play without a system, letting ourselves be guided by our intuitions and bet first on a number, then on a color, etc, then we are condemned to lose. The reason is that the possibilities play against us, since the bank plays with advantage (when the 0 or the double 0 comes out, everything is bet for the bank); so that in the medium or long term we will obtain safe losses. But then, is there any method that allows us to win at roulette?  The answer is yes. And on this page we will explain it to you. A proof that playing with a good method is possible to beat roulette, is that in real casinos is strictly prohibited to use any game system. They only allow you to play at random and if they discover that you are using a system (it will not take more than 5 or 6 moves), then the casino employees will kindly inform you that no method of betting is allowed or in the worst case they will eject directly. Therefore the system that we are going to show you is limited to its use in Casinos Online. Currently in most of the online casinos the use of betting methods by users is not checked, so you can use our system. Specifically in the Casinos that I use and that we will indicate later you will not have any difficulty to use the system. The system.  The system that we propose is simple and easy to apply. It is based on betting on one color: red or black. In this way we have 50% chance of winning (excluding the possibility of the 0 coming out), so if we win we will get double what we have bet. For example if we bet 5 Euros to the red color and a red number comes out, we will get 10 Euros (the 5 that we have bet plus another 5 of prize). The mechanics are as follows: 1st Run: We will start betting 1 Euro (or a $) on a color, for example red. Result of the 1st Run: If we are lucky and the red comes out, then we get 2 Euros and we finish the system so that we can start a new series (we would return to the 1st Run). If on the other hand it turns black, we must continue betting, in a 2nd Roll. 2nd Run: We will bet 2 Euros back to red. Result of the 2nd Run: If the second run shows red, we will have obtained 4 Euros (2 of which we bet plus 2 of prize money), against a total cost of 3 Euros (1 of the first run and 2 of the second), with which we obtain a net gain of 1 Euro and we will finish the system, we can then return to the 1st Roll (with a bet of 1 Euro). If we do not have luck and the black one comes back…

History Roulette

Roulette comes from the French term “roulette” which means small wheel. Its use as a gambling element even in configurations other than the current one is not documented until well into the Middle Ages. Presumably, its oldest reference is the so-called “Wheel of Fortune”, of which there is news throughout history, practically in all fields of human knowledge. The “magic” of the movement of the wheels, had to impact all generations of men. The apparent stillness of the center, the increase in speed as we move away from it, the possibility of it stopping at a random point. All this had to influence the existence of different games having the wheel as a base. The wheels and by extension the roulettes, have always had connection with the magical and esoteric world, so one of them is part of the tarot, being one of those that are known as major arcana. According to all indications the creation of a roulette and its rules of play, very similar to those we know today comes from Blaise Pascal, a roulette with 36 numbers (without zero), in which there is an extreme balance in the position that each number is placed. In addition, the choice of 36 numbers gives a scope even closer to magic (the sum of the first 36 numbers gives the magic number par excellence: 666). Actually this roulette could be used as entertainment in circles of friends, however at the level of the company that puts the media and staff for the entertainment of their customers, it was not profitable because statistically, everything that was betting was given in prizes (proportion of 36/36). At the end of the 19th century the Blanc brothers modified the roulette by adding a new number, the 0, introducing it initially in the Monte Carlo Casino. This is already the roulette we know, with a ratio of prizes of 37/36, leaving already an acceptable margin for the “house”. Later, in some roulettes (especially those used in Anglo-Saxon countries), a new number (double zero) was added, with which the benefit for the casino is greater (38/36). Elements of a Roulette The essential tools for the game of roulette are: Roulette Wood cylinder, inside which revolves another metal cylinder in which there are 37 squares, one for each of the first 36 numbers, alternating reds and blacks and another one for zero. The order in which the numbers appear in said cylinder is studied with simple rules: On each side of a number less than or equal to 18 there are two numbers greater than 18, with two exceptions one the zero and another right in front of it with the 5 and the 10. Black numbers are those in which the reduction of the sum of their digits is even, minus 10 (black) and 28 (black). Starting the cylinder in half with an imaginary line between 0 and 5, in each of the halves there must be the same number of figures that belong to each of the 3 dozens (6…