How To Play Slots Tutorial

Slot machines are referred to as slots, 1-arm bandits, fruit machines and poker machines. Players will place wagers in the form of coins (or virtual coins if it is an online slot) in order to spin the reels of the game. Any slot machine will have a minimum of 3 reels and players can start spinning these reels by pulling a lever (or clicking on Spin if it is an online slot machine). The symbols on the reels will start to spin until they stop. When they stop, players will be awarded according to the combination of symbols they achieve on the payline. The payline is a virtual line on which players must get certain symbols in order to get paid. Continue reading “How To Play Slots Tutorial”

Roulette – Strategies, Cheating Devices, and Tips

If blackjack is the most popular casino game today, roulette has been the preferred game of gamblers around the word for centuries. There’s just something about the idea of not only placing money on a favourite number but also getting a sweet payout of 35 to 1 when the ball lands on that very pocket on the roulette wheel. Strategies, number-predicting computers, sure-win tips – the internet has got it all but if those were so good at predicting wouldn’t their authors and inventors be millionaires from playing roulette and not trying to make money off you? Read my honest opinion on roulette prediction devices and strategies, together with some helpful tips I’ve picked along the way. Continue reading “Roulette – Strategies, Cheating Devices, and Tips”

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?”

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”

Maths can help you win at roulette?

Albert Einstein supposedly once said: “No one can win at roulette unless he steals money from the table while the croupier isn’t looking.”

Although I wouldn’t normally question Einstein, this statement isn’t true. In fact, you can use Einstein’s specialist subject, physics, to help you win. Or you can find a biased wheel that makes some numbers more likely to come up.

What Einstein actually meant was that there is no mathematical trick that can help you win at roulette. Each spin is an independent trial and, in the long run, the casino will win. This is different to a game such as Blackjack where the probabilities change as cards are dealt. Continue reading “Maths can help you win at roulette?”