Very few people know how to win at roulette when playing at a live online casino and in truth there is no sure thing on how to win, but there is certainly a way in which you can try to be a successful roulette player. Make sure you are not a misguided live roulette player and read through our tips for playing live roulette.
Live casinos don’t have many different live roulette variations, and in most cases you will find the standard ones: French, American and European. What you need to do is to avoid the American variation, and always go for the European or French with the “la partage” or “en prison” rules. The house edge in a French roulette with these rules is significantly lower, only 1.35%.
The highest paying bet in roulette is the single number bet, and the majority of unskilled roulette players go by placing big bucks on a single number. This is also the worst way to play roulette, because the chances for the ball to hit that specific number are incredible compared to what you can achieve by playing more numbers. Thus, the rule here is: the more numbers you bet, the higher the potential to win. Instead of placing your chip on a single number, divide it to include several different numbers. Try to cover entire groups of numbers, columns, or rows.
One common thought among roulette players is that every roulette wheel has a slight imbalance, because of which it gives out certain numbers more than other. And because live roulette games are played with real roulette tables, naturally, players think this is the case with live roulette games too. Ask yourself this: would a casino let its roulette wheel be imbalanced risking that players might notice that and use it to their advantage? Not, of course.
Betting systems are supposed to work only on the long run, which means you would need a large bankroll, which is unacceptable for most players. Who would want to spend hours playing roulette just so the system can begin to be useful. Remember this, no betting system has been proved to work, and if you follow the advices of professionals, you will notice that they point to them as being largely useless in reality. Even on mathematical level they prove to be unfavorable.
The outside bets are those that pay 1 to 1 or 2 to 1, such as Red/Black, Even/Odd, 1st 12, 2nd 12, 3rd 12 etc., so if you want to bet large avoid the inside bets such as single number bets, corner bets, split bets etc. If you desperately want to make a large inside bet, make several outside bets too to cover your losses.
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