Five Roulette Tips to Dramatically Increase Your Profits!


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A myriad of Roulette Tips circulate around the web and in literature, but here's 10 quick Roulette Tips that are guaranteed to increase your profits and jeopardise casino earnings:

Roulette Tip 1# Use a Roulette System that is free, easy to operate and uses outside table positions to bet on. Never pay for a Roulette System. The collection of free "Roulette Tips" that circulate the web are adequate enough to guide you in a winning direction. Often, a merchant that requires payment is attempting to defraud you, beware!

Roulette Tip 2# Only ever bet on the outside chances: Red/Black, Odd/Even, High/Low, Columns or Dozens. This Roulette Tip is crucial in understanding and operating a successful system. It's easy to implement and although the rewards are marginal you will walk away a winner (keep reading for details on a free Roulette System).

Roulette Tip 3# Monitor the Roulette Table. Positioned within any Roulette Tip or Tips should be an instruction of "observe the previous few numbers". Whether online or in a physical casino venue, a marquee of previous numbers from prior spins are displayed. These can assist the gambler in making his next prediction. For instance, if a sequence of 10 black numbers were to be spun in, maybe the player should think about betting on red. This Roulette Tip is the essence of many Roulette Systems and is often employed by successful players who frequently record profits.

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Charles DeVille Wells was said to be "The Man Who Broke the Bank in Monte Carlo." An enduring mystique has grown around this story even inspiring a song about it. It was also said that he accomplished this feat using the "Labouchere" or Cancellation System. It's hard to say how much truth there is to the legend, but I do know this is an insidious little system that seems to win on balance until a long series of unfavorable decisions creates a catastrophic loss. Wells died broke in 1926.

Roulette is one of the simplest of all casino games but holds a remarkable fascination for it's followers. The crudest recorded versions date back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The modern game we know today began in France in the 1800's. The name Roulette is a French word meaning "little wheel."

In England a variation of the game was called E O (stood for even/odd) and in the 1800's America's wild west saloons they played another variation of a wheel game called Faro.

The European version of roulette is designed with 36 numbers and a single 0. With an odds payout of 35 to 1 the house percentage is vastly more favorable than the double zero wheel that is used on this side of the Atlantic.

With the single zero wheel and a feature called "en prison," the house percentage is 2.7%. When the zero appears, all wagers on the outside of the table(odd/even, red/black, high/low) are not lost and remain on the table for the next spin or the player has the option to forfeit half his bet. These features reduce the casino's percentage to 2.7% and on even money wagers it is further reduced to 1.35%.

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