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Roulette Playing Systems

rouletteThe lure of the Roulette table is often one many casino players cannot resist, for if there is just one casino game that can turn a small wager into some huge winning payouts it is the Classic yet always exciting to play game of Roulette that can do just that.

We have found that many Roulette game players will scour the net in search of that illusive perfect Roulette playing system, and sadly many such gamblers get taken in by websites offering to furnish them with a sure fire winning system when they pay the site owner a fee for furnishing them with such a system.

However, all that glitters is not gold, and this is true of many Roulette playing systems, so if you have stumbled across this article when searching for a winning Roulette system, then be advised any Roulette system you see offered for sale online is not worth the money the site offering it is going to charge you for being sent it.

Roulette by its very nature is a completely random game, you may have read about or seen documentaries about players finding a gaffed wheel in a land based casino, and whilst very rarely a land based casinos Roulette wheel may become biased and as such a certain set of numbers spin in more regularly, the operators of those venues are fully aware that they need to service their Roulette wheel regularly to ensure one set of numbers do not spin in more often that others due to the Roulette table not being perfectly level.

Below we will enlighten you on a few unique systems for roulette that you may or may not be interested in trying out, but do remember there is not skill or guaranteed winning Roulette systems out there, and at the end of the day it is down to luck alone whether you end up winning when playing this very popular casino table game.

Martingale System

The Martingale Roulette System is one on which you are going to be doubling your stakes whenever you have had a losing spin on the Roulette wheel, you start off by playing a small one unit stake on any of the even money paying locations on the wheel and if you lose the wager becomes 2 unit, then if you have another losing spin this wager becomes 4 units.

If you win at any point in the system you then will have made a 1 unit profit and then start off the system from scratch and your next bet becomes 1 unit. You will have a few winning sessions when playing this Martingale system, but when a series of losing spins are spun in the amount of money you will end up wagering just to win 1 unit will become huge in value and that is why this system is very, very risky and one any savvy Roulette game player should avoid playing.

If you do get the urge to try out this Roulette playing system then try and play the French Roulette game for that variant has a special rule which will see you getting back half of your stake money placed on any of the even money paying locations on the Roulette tables betting layout should the zero be spun in.

Labouchere System

The Labouchere Roulette System will catch the imagination of a lot of Roulette players when they first see it, for when you play this system the way it is structured, which is that you only have to get a low number of winning numbers spinning in to see some fairly decent winning payouts.

However the way this system works is that you write down on a piece of paper, a list of numbers which are going to be the amount of cash you wish to win during one cycle of the system. So for example if you want to win 10.00 with this system, then you could write down the following sequence of numbers: 1, 2, 3 and 4.

When you start to play this system you need to add the first and then the last number on your list and use that as the stake amount you will place on the even money paying locations. So in our example 1 plus 4 equals 5, and as such that is the amount of your first wager on any of the even money paying locations on the wheel.

If that initial wager wins then you delete and rub off the first and last digits on your list and then your next wager will be the first and last numbers on your list again, which of course will be, in our example 2 plus 3.

If that second wager wins then you scratch off the 2 and 3 and have no numbers left on your list and as such the sequence will have been completed and you will have won your 10.00 goal. However, at any time during the system should a losing wager have been placed then you need to add the losing stake amount to the end of your list.

So for example if your initial wager loses as per our example then your list of numbers would become 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and your next bet will then become 1 plus 5 so your next wager will be 6 units. If that wager then loses your list become 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and your next bet in the sequence becomes 7 units.

The downside of this wager is that the list of numbers can become quite long and the wagers you need to place when it does will become larger and larger, however unlike the Martingale System above the numbers in your betting sequence after a losing spin do not become way too high too quickly.

If you are tempted to try out any of the above Roulette systems then always have a stop loss limit, and as soon as a losing sequence has been spun in always be prepared to stop playing so as not to make your potential losses too high.