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Today, the roulette wheel is the most recognizable casino symbol. Glamour, excitement and simple rules - all that make the game of Roulette so popular. Besides, the house edge for roulette is not so high as for slot machines.
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In the Roulette overview section we try to explain the differences between the main types of roulette. The main feature is the wheel, besides there are some other diversities that pertain to the play of the game and some special rules.
- Roulette variations
- How to play roulette
- Roulette wheel
- Roulette table layout
- Payoffs and house edge
Roulette rules section is the detailed description for the main three variations of the game:
You can find the roulette betting rules, odds and diagrams of the roulette wheels we play. Find also explanation for Announces (call bets) in European roulette.
Roulette strategy is quite simple. First of all you need to find out the best odds that different roulette rules offer:
- Play European Roulette. It has house edge as low as 2.63%.
- Look for roulette tables with "En Prison" rules. House edge for even money bets is only 1.35%.
- If you play American roulette, don't bet on five numbers. It has house edge of 7.89%, while other bets only 5.26%.
- If you play American roulette, look for "Surrender" option, which gives player better odds for even money bets - 2.63%.
Another important thing for making optimal roulette strategy is Money management. If you follow some simple rules, you increase you chances to enjoy the thrill of gambling for a longer period of time without going broke.
Whether you base your playing decision on the movement of stars, "mathematically proved system" or some other superstition the result is the same: the casino has the advantage of 2.63% for European roulette (5.26% for American), and you can not change it until you find a biased wheel or "dealer signatures". So,
- Don't buy systems.
- Don't use systems when you play for real money.
The only one "pro for roulette system" is that systems makes you follow some strict rules. Combined with a sound Money management it can give you some results.
Anyway, buying a roulette system is not a good idea. They have already been invented many years (and even centuries) ago.
We list some basic Roulette systems with a short description to illustrate how it works and try to point out the catches within every particular system.
By Henry Tamburin
Ready to tackle the roulette tables? Before you do take this short true or false quiz.
1. The house edge on a single number bet is higher than betting on any even-money wager on the outside of the layout (e.g., red or black).
2. The chance of a red or black number hitting is 50-50.
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