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  • Roulette Systems20 June 2010

    There are two systems to Roulette strategy: Martingale System and the d'Alembert System The Martingale SystemThe Martingale System only works if you are playing with no limit on your bankroll. The system is this: When you win a bet, you take the money off the table. When you lose a bet, you bet ag...

  • Are Roulette Wheel Bias and Dealer Signatures Worth Investigating20 June 2010

    Roulette Wheel Bias and Dealer Signatures could influence what numbers appear in Roulette, but are they worth discovering? Roulette Wheel BiasRoulette Wheel Bias refers to a wheel that is warped slightly, just enough to produce a greater odds of the ball dropping in a particular pocket. If you cou...

  • Roulette Strategy20 June 2010

    The key to winning at Roulette is to avoid playing long enough for the house edge to work against you. The longer you play, the longer the house edge has a chance to siphon off your money, so it is important to seize upon lucky moments and get out while the getting is good. The fact is that Roulet...

  • How Roulette Bets Work19 June 2010

    All roulette bets have the house edge except one, yet there are a lot of different choices when betting. The Outside Bets Red or BlackPays off: 1 to 1A bet that the ball will land in red or black pocket: numbers don’t matter. The 0 and the 00 are green. Odd or EvenPays off: 1 to 1A bet that the ...

  • How to Play Roulette19 June 2010

    Roulette is played on a bowl-shaped wheel that spins on a center axis. A ball is rolled in the opposite direction that the wheel spins, and as the wheel slows the ball drops, eventually, into one of the slots. There are either 37 or 38 slots. The numbered slots are either red or black, and the 0 ...

  • European Roulette Versus American Roulette19 June 2010

    The only difference between European Roulette and American Roulette is the 00 Slot; there isn’t one in the European game. While this seems a small difference, it has a big impact over time as it affects the house odds. Here is how the odds work with roulette. The house pays 35 to 1, but on an Amer...

  • Roulette Background19 June 2010

    Roulette is a classic casino game found both in live casinos and online casinos. The game has been around in Europe since the 18th century, and remains very popular both there and in the United States.  Roulette players in casinos tend to prefer a more relaxed gambling game compared to craps...

  • 32Red’s Roulette Video Preview7 June 2010

    Spin the wheel online with Roulette at 32Red. Red or black? What’s your special number? Make your choices and take your spin. Learn all about Roulette at 32Red with this video preview. Visit 32Red today....

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