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Online Roulette strategy

Roulette is one of the most popular online casino games because of its simplicity. There are three variants of this game; French roulette, European roulette, and American roulette. While French roulette is the oldest, the other two variants are the most popular amongst casino enthusiasts.

Playing roulette is very easy as participants need to predict where the chip will settle after the wheel stops. While it is considered a game of chance, some strategies put players in a better position of winning.

This article highlights the best roulette strategies that players can use to beat the house.

1. Martingale Roulette Strategy

This is the most popular strategy not only in roulette but several other casino games too.

To play roulette using this strategy, find a table with small minimum bets and high maximum bets. Start small by wagering on red/black, even/odd, or on 1-18/19-36. In case the outcome is a win, wager the same amount, on the same bet as the initial. However, if the best is lost, double the stake, and bet on the same outcome as the previous bet.

There is another variant of Martingale called anti-Martingale, or reverse Martingale where players are supposed to increase the bet size if they win, and decrease the bet size when they lose.

2. Fibonacci Roulette Strategy

This strategy is based on the "Fibonacci sequence" where every number after the first two is the total of the two preceding numbers. To put it into context, here's how the sequence looks like; 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144.

The idea here is to move back two numbers in the sequence to get the next bet amount if it is a win. For a loss, the next bet amount is the next number in the series.

So, if the bet is 8 and the outcome is a win, the next bet is 3, while if it's a loss, the next bet amount is 13.

3. D'Alembert Roulette Strategy

The D'Alembert strategy is the easiest roulette strategy and the safest for that matter as it's based on increasing or decreasing the bet amount by 1, unlike Martingale, where the bet is doubled.

To play roulette using D'Alembert strategy, start by wagering on red/black, odd/even, or 1-18/19-36. If the bet wins, reduce the bet amount by 1 and play the same bet as the previous. If it is a loss, increase the bet amount by 1 and play the same bet.

In practice, that means if the bet amount is 5 and it's a win, the next bet amount is 4 while for a loss, it will be 6.

4. James Bond Roulette Strategy

This is a very risky affair and is often a reserve for the seasoned gamblers. To play roulette using the James Bond strategy, players need 200, and all this amount is wagered once. 140 is wagered on the high numbers, which are 19-36, 50 on 13-18, and the remaining amount on 0. Cross fingers that number 1-12 don't show up.

The above are the most popular roulette strategies. But do they work? Well, while strategies better the chances of winning, none guarantees winnings, so at the end of the day, roulette is all about luck.


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