All But Three
The strategy for this month is one that is conservative (to a point).
The minimum bankroll for this strategy should be
In this strategy, we will cover and win on all
the numbers on the table except three (assuming you are playing on a single
zero roulette table). Since there is so much symmetry on a roulette table,
there are many different ways we can make this same bet. Some of the methods
are easierr than others. Which method you use depends on the rules of the
casino your gambling in.
Step 1: Place a $9 bet on 1-18.
Step 2: Place a $6 bet on 25-36.
Step 3: Place a $2 bet on the 4 number bet of 19,20,22,23.
Evaluation: As you can see, with this system, you
will make $1 on ever number but 21,24,and zero! On those three numbers you
will lose $17. Playing this strategy as outlined above is not a good money
making strategy as you only win $1 per session. To improve this strategy,
increase all the bets by a scaler multiplier! For example, if you wanted
to win $2 on all the numbers (instead of $1), you need to multiply all the
above bets by two. (I play to win $2 a pop and have had pretty good success!).
The problem with the above system, is that some
casinos will only allow you to make a $5 minimum inside bet, and with the
above strategy, even when you are betting to win $2, you only have a $4 inside
bet. To fix this problem you can use one of the next two strategies which
do the same identical thing as the above strategy by making different bets.
Step 1: Place a $12 bet on 1-12.
Step 2: Place a $12 bet on 25-36.
Step 3: Place a $6 bet on the 6 number bet of 13,14,15,16,17,18.
Step 4: Place $1 bets on 19,20,22,23.
Analysis: Again with this system, you will win $2 on
Step 1: Place $2 on every number but 21,24, and zero.
Analysis: This is a silly way to play roulette as
it would take you a large amount of time just to place one bet! I just
put it here to show that there are many ways of making the same bet. The
advantage to this strategy is that it is easier to change the three numbers
that are not covered (it doesn't have to be 21,24 and zero!).
As always, good luck,
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