Oh man, can't we simply enjoy the dumb luck that is the probability theory...
This is my favorite roulette strategy.
Best strategy of all. Why pay any house edge if you don't enjoy the game? Unfortunately many games have a social aspect and spouses, out-of-town visitors, etc. often like company at a roulette table.Quote: unJon
Once I quickly run through a buy in I go back to games I enjoy.
I donít really enjoy roulette. When I get dragged I bet my family birthdays because if they hit and I wasnít on them I would feel guilty. Once I quickly run through a buy in I go back to games in enjoy.
I think it's better always play for fun. I also rarely play roulette, because I canít follow any other strategy than pure luck.
Frankly, I've never understood Roulette, or Bacarrat for that matter. The math is easy but I just can't find the appeal. I might as well just flip a coin like they do in "Vegas Vacation."
I don't know if it's more trouble than it's worth, assuming you really know what you're doing.Quote: Lovecomps
The game is beatable if you can find a biased wheel but it's more trouble that it's worth.
The Wizard himself states there are strategies to win- So lets get to the point and discuss that if we can...........
did the Wizard explain how this would work? I can tell You that there is no strategy to beat European one zero or US double zero roulette. save Your time and efforts.
my 2 cents
I have not read his roulette page in some years, but I recall it saying, the only way to legally beat roulette (not cheating) is look for a biased wheel. But, he also says this are increasingly hard to find as casinos become more methodical and efficient and balancing and testing.
And, this is a time consuming strategy (watching thousands of spins at every wheel looking for patterns that are almost never there)....