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Roulette Rules, Tips, Martingale SystemRoulette Rules
The game-play of roulette is rather uncomplicated, but one must be a bit familiar with roulette rules before placing any sophisticated bets. In addition to roulette rules, this page addresses proper etiquette around the table, and gives a walkthrough so you know exactly what to do.
The first thing you should know is how the table minimum works. If you are playing at a table with a $5 minimum, you are required to place $5 on each of your outside bets, and/or a total of at least $5 on your inside bets (inside and outside bets are explained in a second). So if you play black/red, odd/even or high/low, you must place the table minimum for each and every bet. On the other hand, you could place 5 $1 bets on 5 completely different inside bets (specific numbers or combinations of numbers).
Before you get confused, standard North American roulette rules have the table use different chips than other table games at the casino. Each player is assigned a different color of chip, letting the dealer differentiate bets and match them to the right players. These chips are worthless at the other tables in the casino, so don't bother trying to stack them up under your blackjack chips or anything silly like that. The roulette dealer will exchange your game chips for regular chips when you are finished playing.
You usually have to give some indication to the dealer as to what value of chip denomination you want to be provided with. For a $5 minimum table, you will usually have a minimum value of $1 on roulette chips. Judge this based on your average bet and whether or not you like to split things up a lot. Again, so you don't get confused, when you get your roulette chips they will not be marked with a denomination, you choose it, and all of the chips will reflect that worth (the dealer keeps track of this by associating the amount and color with a 'lammer'). Roulette doesn't move at a quick pace, it's for a more relaxed crowd than you're likely to find at the craps table.
Roulette rules kind of necessitate this sluggishness, as making all of the bets is what slows things down. When you're at the point that you want to place your bet, don't be concerned about someone else having already taken your bet, chips can share bets thanks to the colors. Roulette rules give you lots of time to set your bet, and can even keep doing so after the wheel has been spun, just don't try it after the dealer waves his hands over the table (if there are any new players the dealer will most likely say 'no more bets' out-loud too). Once the ball has found its pocket, the dealer will call out the winning number and place a clear marker on that number's spot on the table layout. The dealer then sweeps the table clean and the winner is paid. Wait until the dealer says 'place your bets' before putting any chips down for the next spin.
Martingale Roulette System
In the Martingale roulette system, each bet is doubled after a loss, and you go back to your starting bet after every win. You will win one unit for every win, as long as you have enough money and do not get to the house limit. Once you reach the house limit, then you will lose the house percentage because there is noplace else to go.
There are many variations of Martingale roulette system, and it can be used with other methods. For example, you can use a three-stage Martingale of 10-20-40 combined with betting that the decision before the last one will repeat.... or bet that the FIRST shooter (only) will throw a pass (or don't pass). In this latter one you are betting only one bet on each shooter.
Some people add one or more units to each of the doubled bets. Others will change to a parlay after a certain point (let the first bet "ride" on the second bet after a win) and bet the amount that it takes to win what you want to win. Another variation would be to split it up and then win it back one part at a time.... there are many variations of Martingale roulette system, with which people swear they are winning.
Before you start to play Roulette ...
1. Set your financial limits, profit or loss. Decide how much you are prepared to win or lose at Roulette and stick to that limit.
2. Don't gamble money that you can't afford to lose.
3. Read the terms of the Roulette casino prior to starting to play at one of their online tables. Check the maximum bets and maximum payouts.
4. Check that the casino is well respected and "real".
When you sit down ...
1. Practice playing Roulette at your chosen Casino BEFORE you play for money. This will get you used to how the Casino system runs when you play Roulette professionally prior to you losing out.
2. Don't drink alcohol or take drugs while you are betting on Roulette. These things can seriously impair your judgement, as can continuing to bet on Roulette when you are tired or ill.
3. Don't gamble all your money on one roulette spin unless you are prepared to lose it all.
4. Don't be greedy, if you make a big win then lose it all again then this is a sure sign of greed wanting to grow your funds too quickly.
5. Overall winnings is what is important when you play Roulette or any other Casino game. If you have made a loss in one session don't try to play Roulette until you have win your money back, there's always tomorrow.
6. For the best roulette odds you should play at tables with only one zero (0). When there is also a double zero (00) the odds of your winning drop quite drastically.
Winning Roulette Strategy
Try this strategy to winning roulette at online casinos to beat the odds and walk away with the cash!
This method calls for straight-up inside bets where you get paid 35 to 1 if one of the numbers you bet on is rolled. Unless you can afford to splurge, I suggest you select a casino offering $1 chips and $5 minimum inside bets. (Most internet casinos qualify.)
Risk no more than 40 $1 chips. By limiting yourself to relatively small stakes, you’ll never get badly hurt. Pick any five numbers you like, birthdays and anniversaries or other favorite dates come to mind. If you hit twice in a row, the winnings are nothing to sneeze at!
Start by placing one $1 chip on each of your five chosen numbers. Repeat this same wager until you win; you have enough chips for eight spins. When one of your numbers hits, you’ll win 35 chips. Now it gets exciting!
Divide the 35 chips you’ve won over your five numbers, seven on each. If you hit again the pay-off will be 7 X 35 chips, which equals $245 real dollars!
At this point you have to make an agonizing decision. You could quit and cash out –- the profit will cover several past or future losing sessions – or you could bet-back 100 chips by placing 20 on each of your five numbers. If you hit a third time you’ll collect $700!
Roulette is based around the notion of a spinning wheel. The American Roulette wheel is comprised of 38 slots, each numbered individually: 0, 00, 1, 2, 3, and all the way to and including 36. The English Roulette wheel is similar, however does not include the 00 in its wheel. Each numbered section of the wheel is hollow, making it easy for the spinning ball to "fall" into a section. The numbers around the wheel alternate between pairs of even and pairs of odd numbers, in the same way that they alternate between red and black colourings on the numbers. The only two numbers in American Roulette who are not part of this equation are 0 and 00, as they are coloured green.
The process of the game is that the dealer spins the wheel in one direction, while rolling the ball around the wheel in the opposite direction. It is purely by stroke of luck that the ball will roll into any particular number, unfortunately there are no mathematics involved!
The table in Roulette is a vital part of the game because it's the item that holds all the bets and all the money! The Roulette table is designed so that all the numbers (excluding 0 and 00) are lined up into columns, three in total. This means that there are 12 rows of numbers, all listed in numerical order from top to bottom. Betting can be classed as inside bets or outside bets, depending on what exactly the participant is betting on.
There is absolutely no limit to the number of bets that one can play - they can bet on every single number if they wish - but obviously the lower amount of bets you place will be higher winnings for you if your number/s do come up! Around the table are other words and boxes in addition to the listed wheel numbers, which are discussed more in depth in the other sections of this site.
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