Roulette is a game of chance in which luck is the most important factor in winning. The remaining element is the percentage advantage of the casino over the player, but it depends on the type of roulette.
In the case of roulette in the European and French versions, the house edge is 2.7%, while for the American version this advantage increases to 5.26%.
Roulette fans have developed many different strategies over the years, which in theory are supposed to increase the chance of winning. They are quite helpful and help you understand more easily not only the rules of the game, but also how to look at the result.
Experienced players have their own strategies, the application of which brings them satisfactory results. In the case of beginners, the issue is a bit more difficult, because in the beginning they have to get to know and understand the differences between the various tactics. Most of them are mathematically based or diagram-based.
Roulette strategies are divided into types, the most popular of which are those based on progressive betting.Their goal is to change the value of the bet as soon as it has received the result of the round.
Here are the most commont roulette systems or strategies:
This system is by far the most widely used in roulette because its idea is very simple. After each round of losses, the next bet placed must double and continue to do so until you win. The bet then starts from the amount of the original bet. This system, although simple, is very risky. It increases the chance of winning the game in a short time, but generally smaller amounts are won.
This system is based on the Fibonacci sequence. In this sequence, each successive number is equal to the sum of the previous two (ie 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, etc.). This system is used for those bets that have a 50% chance of winning, and the numbers that come in sequence represent the amount to be paid on each round of roulette.