We all want to find a very easy system to beat the casino at the Roulette table – unfortunately, nothing!

The thing to remember is that in the roulette, every round of the Roulette wheel is completely random. If the red has appeared ten consecutive times, the chances of appearing in the next round are still 50% (actually, using European Roulette wheels, it is 48.6% because of the possibility of the ball foundation at 0, reducing to 47.3% on American wheels also has 00)

So it’s not like in a card game, where the cards that are handled before can have an effect on the next card, each Roulette Round is completely independent and not related to what happened before. Therefore every mathematical system that relies on historical data must be unreliable because history has no connection with the next wheel rotation.

But there are ways in which you can help increase your chances of winning – at least a few moments. Even though you always remember, you have to play Roulette for the sensation of the game and always make sure that you can lose – I have never met a bad casino owner!

First, always, if possible, play with European Roulette wheels, where the chances are a little more profitable. (The home profit is 2.7% for Europe and 5.26% for American tables).

One popular method used to try and defeat the wheel called the Martingale system. Date back in centuries when gamblers are used to bet on flip coins, it is a very simple system that is used wisely, can help gamblers out above, at least in the short term.

The principle behind this system is to bet on something that gives you the opportunity even – red or black, odd or even, height or low – and to choose the same bet every time and if your choice doesn’t appear, double your bet. So for example, if you choose to bet red, you will start with betting £ 5; If the ball lands on Black, you then doubled your next bet so you bet back on red, but this time you bet £ 10. If you lose your next bet is £ 20 and so on. When your color appears, you win all your previous losses and win the equivalent amount to your original stock – in this case, £ 5.

After winning, you start again with your initial bet.

This might sound very easy but there are two basic fallers. First, you might lose your money before your choice appears – for example if you are on the line lose, your 9th bet, if you start with £ 1, it must be £ 256, requires a total of 510 pounds of bankroll. Starting with £ 5, you will requires a total bankroll of £ 2,550. You really need to make sure that if you are on losing, you know when to stop and I will always suggest you limit yourself to a maximum of 7 or 8 bets before accepting defeat.

Second, mostly, if not all casinos online, have a table limit and you can easily achieve it before your choice appears. With a table limit of £ 500 and starting with betting £ 5, you will be above the table limit at the time of the 8th bet of you maturing (£ 5, £ 10, £ 20, £ 40, £ 160, £ 160, £ 160, £ 160, £ 160 , £ 160, £ 160 320, £ 640 – far above the table limit).

Apart from all this, there are ways to increase your chances of showing profits.

First, find the casino offering a good deposit for the first player, that way the casino contributes to your bankroll.

The Martingale system works best in the short term, the longer you play, the more likely you have a long (and expensive) scratch. After you have a few wins, change the table that you play and change your bet, so instead of betting on red or black, change to bet on odd or even.

Don’t play too long – I would suggest an absolute 2 hour maximum, and when you play again, change the casino to make the most of the initial deposit bonus available. Finally, always check whether you play at the European table, what are the restrictions on the home table and check the T & C of the operator. And don’t play with more than you can !! – Enjoy!