Roulette Systems Overview
Do Roulette Systems Work?
Roulette is a random game whereby past spins have no bearing on future spins. These systems alone cannot guarantee continuous profit and will not see you winning all the time. The systems follow a mathematical strategy that requires you to follow certain rules and guidelines. The problem with this statement is that in a game of chance mathematical formulas do not work. Mathematical formulas are based on past data and they assume you can use these to predict future events. In a game that is random, where future events cannot be based on past events, you cannot in fact use a mathematical formula. On the other hand, using the rules and guidelines of the formulas, together with appropriate money management and while taking advantage of the rules, tips and odds of the game, will increase your chances to win. That being said, it is not wise to spend good money on roulette systems. Rather put the money to better use as part of your bankroll, giving you more chances to bet and therefore more chances to win.
When to Use Roulette Systems
Choose a roulette system that suits your bankroll and your betting style. Do not choose an aggressive system if that is contrary to how you naturally play and do not choose a system where the bets increase quickly if you have a small bankroll. Once you find a system that suits you, choose a variation of roulette with more favorable odds. For example, choose to play European roulette (with odds of 2.63%) over American roulette (with odds of 5.26%). This will see you starting in an improved position. Next, practice the roulette system in the free mode of the casino to try out how it works and if it suits you. Often you will get the feeling for the system in this way without risking your bankroll to do so. If you try the system for the first time in real money mode, never stop half-way, even if it is not working. It may just be that it was not your day, but these systems are designed to be played through to the end of the sequence and stopping part way will see you worse off.