Some of the Best Roulette Strategies Vol.1
Last time we stopped on discussing some simple roulette strategies with low risk and low payoff. Well, we certainly hope that you’ve had some practice using our exclusive bonuses for the holidays season, but now it is time to step up your game and learn something a little bit riskier, but much more satisfying.
The Internet is flooded with numerous systems and strategies, some are plainly ridiculous. Many people think that they’ve just invented one and that it is unbeatable, only because they won a couple of times.
We will only discuss those techniques and strategies that have a mathematical basis to them and are proven with time. Please, don’t view these as magical gateways to the land of milk and honey, as any casino game has an element of risk associated with it. Try to understand the work behind each system and adapt it to your play style and budget management. So, start small, get to really know the game and when you have enough practice and experience then try to develop your personal set of tools that will help you play smart and most importantly enjoy it more.
You see, the roulette experience is similar somewhat to playing chess – the more you know about it, the better you will become at it and the more fun it will be to play. So enjoy our favorite roulette strategies.
Tier et Tout
This system dates back to the late 18 hundreds, and the story behind it is quite an interesting one. In August 1860 a Spanish gambler named Thomas Garcia went to a Homburg casino and using his own renewed version of this system won over 800,000 francs in two days. But he wasn’t the saving type of guy. So in 1861 after he spent all his winnings he borrowed some money, went back to the same casino and lost it all. The same night he left the city and never came back.
So, as you probably guessed this is not the 100% safe play and the possibility of loss is very real, but unlike low-risk strategies, Tier et Tout presents you with an opportunity to win big. As the saying goes: no pain no gain.
So how does this system work? A certain amount of money is taken from the budget and divided into 3 equal parts. We first bet one-third, in case of losing we bet the remaining 2/3. In case of winning on any of the two bets, we increase the original total amount by our profit and play again. So it is essentially a betting strategy that relies on some amount of winning in a row at first but it is not too greedy to bankrupt you if you face a losing streak.
Mathematically it looks like it:
We take $9 and first we bet $3.
If we lose, we bet $6.
If one of these bets wins, we’ll have $9+$3=$12 as our standard set.
Next win brings us to $16, and at this point we divide it into $5 and $10.
Next set is going to be $16+$5=$21
And so on…
It is more of a budget systemization that can be combined with other techniques and on its own is quite susceptible to going over budget in the very beginning after a couple of consecutive losses. But the winning streak accumulates budget quite fast and the more you win, the more room you have for mistakes.
This betting system doesn’t have a particular story behind it, none that we know of at least, but it was used all over the globe by generations of gamblers. This particular strategy utilizes chaotic probabilistic spread with a certain betting amount for each number in such a way that every win offers a profit.
The Kavouras strategy uses 20 numbers, which makes the game quite interesting from the very start. These numbers are spread across different sectors of the wheel. Mastering this system is extremely difficult, but in return, you can get the most flexible betting technique of all with large payoff possibilities.
So, how does this look?
Place a single bet on the corner: 0, 1, 2, 3 (in case of winning you’ll receive a profit equal to your original unit bet)
Place a double bet on the 31 to 36 double street (payoff equal to 4x original bet)
Place a single bet on each of the splits: 8, 11; 13, 14; 15, 18; 17, 20; 27, 30 (10x original bet for a split)
With this strategy, each win gives you 1x, 4x or 10x profit from your unit bet. Obviously, there are variations to numbers and sets you can bet on. And given time and practice, you can develop your own betting system that suits your play style.
Are those strategies 100% effective? No. After all, any strategy can fail, but what we can say for certain is that you will have more chances of winning if you play smart. The roulette is called a holy grail of casinos for a reason, the house always has an edge over players in the long run, but at the same time you can turn the odds in your favor just a little bit, but that’s enough. And by utilizing these strategies you can maximize your profits and minimize losses. One more way you can do it is using certain bonuses and promotions available on our site for practice.