The game of Roulette is one of the gamblers favorites and because i tis mathematical there is a big chance that if you do not know it’s basic mechanisms you will lose your bets or luckily win them all. Throughout the years the best gamblers have developed many strategies to achieve winning methods for their bets, and on this article two of them will be explored. Nevertheless none of this strategies are sure to make you invincible and all of them are sure to bring you losses on the long run, so the best way to use them is by knowing them properly and know when to spot betting or playing.
The Martingale Strategy
The martingale strategy is primarily base on doubling bets after a loss in a 50/50 chance game, this way, the first win recoups all the previous losses, along with a small profit for the gambler. But like all other strategies there are both pros and cons to it. The main advantage is that, because it is a coin-flip game, there is only to outcomes for it, win or lose. And if you keep doubling your bets after every loss then you will eventually regain all the previous money you betted and even make a profit. The downside to this game is the gamblers fallacy: even if black comes out a 100 times in a row, it doesn’t mean that red will come out next, because there is a 50% chance for both colors to come out. The other side is that you might lose every bets and eventually run out of money. Remember to start small.
The reverse Martingale Strategy
This strategy is about reversing the method for the classic martingale, by doubling your bets after winning a bet and decrease them when you lose. This way there is a chance of making more money if you go on a winning streak, and limit your losses if you go on a bad streak that won’t let you win. Like with the classic strategy, find a table where you can start small and progressively double your bets after every win. Now when you lose, be sure to immediately lower your bets to the original value, in order to avoid losing all that you brought to the game or reducing how much is taken from you after every loss. Both of this strategies have a winning chance, but if you are not cautious or focused when playing you might risk it all.