Roulette: The Top 3 Winning Techniques

While roulette is one of the most thrilling and exciting online casino games to play, the odds are never in your favour, always the house. Never fear, we are about to reveal three of the most successful, time tested, best Roulette strategies for winning at the casino tables.

007 Roulette: The James Bond Strategy

This technique was used at the table of its namesake. This strategy should only be adopted by those high rollers with a minimum of £200 to spend.

007: steps

  1. Spread £140 between the high numbers 19-36.
  2. Spread £50 between the low numbers 13-18.
  3. Bet £10 on 0 this is your insurance policy.

If you’re really unlucky you’ll land a 1-12 and you’ve lost £200. If any of your bets come through however, you’ll get back your original stake and win £80 (19-36), £100 (13-18) or if you’re lucky enough to get a 0 you’ll be up £160.

Roulette: The D’Alembert Strategy

If the 007 strategy to play online Roulette isn’t for you, then the D’Alembert Strategy is a good alternative. This winning technique is accomplished by the increase and decrease of your bet by 1, which is much safer than doubling or spreading the bet.

The D’Alembert Steps

  1.  Bet £1 on either red/black; even/odd; 1-18 or 19-36
  2.  After every WIN decrease your bet by £1, or every LOSS increase your bet by £1.
  3. Walk away from the table when you have had a minimum of equal losses to wins, or, at the end of a big winning streak.

With the D’Alembert strategy, even with an equal win to loss ratio you’re still going to come out better off.

Roulette: The Fibonacci Strategy

This strategy dates back to the famous mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, aka, Fibonacci. This strategy is based on his theory that every number after the first two is equal to the sum of the two preceding numbers (1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34 etc).

The Fibonacci Steps

  1. Bet £1 on either red/black; even/odd; 1-18 or 19-36
  2. If you WIN  move back two numbers in the sequence and bet that amount
  3. If you LOSE increase your bet by going down the sequence

With the Fibonacci strategy try to walk away when you’re in the black and remember not to rely on your win/loss ratio to indicate if you’re up or down as you may still be in the black even with more losses than wins.

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