## Gambling Strategy & System: What’s The Difference?

When it comes to gambling, the terms strategy and system are used interchangeably. There aren’t really any accepted definitions of these terms in a gambling sense, as people interpret them in their own way. Some people view systems and strategies as pretty much the same thing, while others view them as completely separate. Continue reading “Gambling Strategy & System: What’s The Difference?”

## Probability to win at roulette

On the surface, the best probability for the roulette player to be ahead is in one trial (spin): 48.6% to win (versus 51.4% to lose), as far as even-money betting is concerned. I don’t agree that it is the best strategy (betting all your bankroll on one spin).

Theoretically, no bankroll will put a player ahead guaranteed, IF flat-betting and playing very long consecutive sessions. There are moments, however, when the roulette player can be ahead by at least one betting unit. Even in even-money bets, the player has a good chance to be ahead by at least one unit after 5, or 10, or even 100 spins. But more than 20 spins are NOT recommended; the probability (odds) to lose go(es) above 50%! Think about it! Continue reading “Probability to win at roulette”

## Roulette Systems to Avoid

SA1: Straight-Up Bet on One Favorite Roulette Number

Only the payoff is enticing in this case (35-to-1), but you are assured of losing at a rate of 5.26% of your total bets. The roulette software you get with this system (SuperRoulette) shows lengthy reports on each roulette number. The roulette wheel does not favor any number whatsoever. There is a discrepancy among numbers, but there is no strong bias towards a particular one — unless the wheel is worn out. Continue reading “Roulette Systems to Avoid”