So, you want to play offline or online Roulette but not sure what system to try. You’re reading the right article because I’m going to explain how anyone of the following three Roulette systems will help you engage with the game better while having fun watching as you try to win.
“Dollies! Do your dealing!” In my early days as a Roulette croupier, a pit boss would declare this at the start of every day shift, before we let the punters in the door. It was always said with humour, but outside the gaming industry, the perception of croupiers as “dolly dealers” means the challenges of the job – and the skills needed to do it – go largely unrecognised.
Brick and mortar casinos have been hosting roulette games since just after the time of the dinosaurs, in 18th century France. The roulette wheel began its life as a perpetual motion machine, designed by Frenchman Blaise Pascal a century earlier, before making its mark in Paris in the late 1700’s. From here it traveled around Europe where it became a favorable game among royalty, and the aristocrats of The Continent.
“Like a circle in a spiral, like a wheel within a wheel,
Never ending or beginning on an ever spinning reel,
As the images unwind; like the circles that you find
In the windmills of your mind”
From “The Windmills of Your Mind”
By Legrand, Bergman & Bergman
Where did the roulette wheel and ultimately the famous casino game of roulette originate? Perhaps in several places and from some or many people and cultures. What follows are some examples of roulette’s possible origins and how players have played the wheel in an attempt to beat it
You see the casinos have locked in certain percentages that are difficult to overcome by adding something extra to the game. So what is to be done to push the house at roulette?
It is important to know how the edges are arrived at – in reality, that is important in any casino game that you play.