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Everything You Need to Know on American Roulette Prediction

This exploration deals specifically with American roulette, which has a 0 and 00 space. This really doesn't make much of a difference for the purposes of this discussion except when we talk about the exact number the ball will land in if it rolls N number of spaces. European wheel players have a lower house edge at roulette approx 2.7 instead of 5.2 as well as a better roulette culture. The American wheel derivations presented here can easily be translated to the European wheel with just a little effort.

Nicholas Colon
May 9, 2018

The 3 Best Roulette Column Strategies

Column betting isn’t the first choice for most offline and online roulette players. However, if you’re serious about winning you shouldn’t overlook these three, 2:1 pay-out betting options. Look at the three sets of 12 numbers relating to each of the columns below. 

1st Column: 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34
2nd Column: 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32, 35
3rd Column: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36

Stephen R. Tabone
April 22, 2018

The Big Number Trick at Roulette

In this article I will explain a couple of interesting “tricks” to use at roulette. Mind you, these cannot give you a mathematical edge but they are fun to play and using my money management advice they might reduce the overall negative expectation of the game.
Frank Scoblete
February 7, 2018

4 Methods on How to Predict Numbers at Roulette

For centuries players have been trying to find methods with which to beat roulette and, at times, they have managed to do so with skill rather than with luck. Relying on luck is not the best way to assure an edge at any casino game.

Please Note: The overwhelming majority of players rely on luck to win at roulette but the casinos rely on luck’s master, math.

There are several methods that have been used to gain an edge at the game, such as:

Frank Scoblete
January 4, 2018

An Introduction to the d'Alembert System

The d’Alembert system, also called the montant et demontant system (a French phrase that translates to upwards and downwards), is named after the French mathematician Jean le Rond d’Alembert. The system is based on the mathematical theory of equilibrium devised by d’Alembert in the 18th century. The d’Alembert mathematical equilibrium theory states that over the long run each of the outcomes in of a near 50/50 game will come up an equal number of times.

Nicholas Colon
December 28, 2017

All You Need to Know About the Martingale Betting System

The Martingale is a betting strategy that dates way back before Las Vegas and gambling was a twinkle in Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel’s  eyes. In fact, it’s first documented use was well before the 18th century. It is rumored to have been started by the greedy casino owner John Martindale. As you may have guessed the name of the Martingale system is a variation on Mr. Martindale’s surname. It is worthwhile to note that Mr. Martindale did not use the system himself, but did strongly encourage its use among his casino patrons.

Nicholas Colon
December 12, 2017

The Top 3 Roulette Cheating Habits of Millionaire Gamblers

“Do you ever catch people trying to cheat?” As a croupier, I was asked that question every night, on my way home from work. After flagging a cab at four in the morning, the driver would ask if I’d had a good night out. When I told him I’d just finished work in a casino, it was fifty-fifty whether he’d ask me the most I’d ever seen someone win - or whether I’d seen anyone trying to cheat.

Samantha Rea
September 19, 2017