Is Roulette Betting Strategy Still Working in Winning Mini Roulette?

Mini Roulette is quite a similar roulette game to American or European Roulette. However, it’s a fully functioning game. There are four major differences when comparing it to traditional roulette: wheel size, total number slots on a wheel, winning odds and amount of payouts.

The wheel: Comparing to traditional roulette wheel, Mini Roulette wheel has fewer slots: twelve numbered slots plus a zero slot. And some of its payouts are different from traditional wheels of course. For example, any normal 2 to 1 payouts in American or European Roulette pay 3 to 1 in Mini; Straight up bets pay out at 11 to 1 in Mini. However payouts for odds, evens, reds and blacks are the same as well as the ranges 1 to 6, 4 to 9 and 7 to 12.

Better payouts? Probably. Those online Mini Roulette games tend to set higher than average maximum table limit. You will find most of them have $75 to as high as $500 max table limit. While traditional roulette table limit has $25 to $100 as maximum. The higher the table limit, the easier for players to push the boundaries to win or win back, which means the winning chances are higher.

How to choose a game: If you never play Mini Roulette game, it’s a better idea to try out some free game first. Because you will find out that your old roulette strategies or systems seem not so useful in winning Mini Roulette any more. You might want to find some specific roulette strategy, system or software to play that small wheel game.

One thing in common for both traditional larger wheel and small wheel, is that they are games of chances. No one could win without losing any money. You could have either a really good day, or not. Even some really good roulette strategy system software could win you some money from time to time, it could never guarantee you win all the time. However it maybe helpful to increase your winning chances.

If you are new to the game, you better get yourself familiar with it before placing your bets on the table. Learn all the details of that game, including casino terms and rules for that Mini roulette game. Also keep an eye on the amount of payout the table is paying for various bets because this does vary according to the type of Roulette you are playing.

Winning Roulette Systems – Have You Tried the Banned Roulette System?

Traditional offline casinos have largely been replaced by the rapid growth of online casinos. Thousands of new players are taking to the casinos to try their luck at winning from the comfort of their own home. Playing any kind of gambling game online has many benefits over an offline casino, although the thrill and excitement is rarely captured by a software program.

Features such as the huge variety of games at your fingertips have made online casinos hugely popular in the last decade or so. The main games such as poker, blackjack and roulette have increased dramatically in popularity.

Roulette is a game that can be particularly good to play online since you can use specific systems to increase your chances of winning – and you can do so quite dramatically.

One such system is so effective that it has effectively been banned from real world casinos i.e. if you get caught using it, you’ll be politely (or maybe not so politely) asked to leave.

In an online casino, you are in a perfect position to exploit this system since you can never be manhandled out the door by a burly bouncer. The banned roulette system can be so powerful (when used correctly) that it can have a 99.4% success rate.

While you cannot guarantee winning at every single spin of the roulette wheel, you can take certain steps to improve your odds based on the probabilities of certain events at the table. It does take some patience but using this system can almost guarantee success most of the time.

One of the problems with many people when gambling is that they become too emotional so a winning roulette system quickly becomes a losing system as they try to get greedy and win even more money in a shorter amount of time. The key is to stick to the system and not to deviate from it. It’s based on strict mathematics (but thankfully it’s very easy to follow) and in it’s simplest form you only need to be able to count how many times either a red or a black number has appeared in a row.

Once you find a sequence of reds have come up, then you place a certain amount on the black spot. The amount depends on the number of reds that have appeared in a row. The idea is that you make lots of small winnings on predictable outcomes rather than trying to go for that one big win that will certainly never appear – at least not before you’ve lost a large portion of your bankroll.

That’s the power of this roulette system – by taking many small victories over the casinos you can come away most of the time with a winning streak. In many cases it’s easy to win $100 or more an hour, quite predictably and reliably. Once you get used to using the system it’s also possible to bet a little more aggressively for even bigger winnings.

Some people think that if everyone starts using this, then the casinos will become aware of it. The fact is, there are millions of people worldwide who gamble every day online. Only a fraction of those will ever use a winning roulette system like this. Chances are you will never be “found out”. The best part is, in the unlikely event that anything does ever happen, you can just move to another casino. (And yes there are casinos who accept US players despite what you think)

Winning Roulette Against All Odds

Charles DeVille Wells was said to be “The Man Who Broke the Bank in Monte Carlo.” An enduring mystique has grown around this story even inspiring a song about it. It was also said that he accomplished this feat using the “Labouchere” or Cancellation System. It’s hard to say how much truth there is to the legend, but I do know this is an insidious little system that seems to win on balance until a long series of unfavorable decisions creates a catastrophic loss. Wells died broke in 1926.

Roulette is one of the simplest of all casino games but holds a remarkable fascination for it’s followers. The crudest recorded versions date back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The modern game we know today began in France in the 1800’s. The name Roulette is a French word meaning “little wheel.”

In England a variation of the game was called E O (stood for even/odd) and in the 1800’s America’s wild west saloons they played another variation of a wheel game called Faro.

The European version of roulette is designed with 36 numbers and a single 0. With an odds payout of 35 to 1 the house percentage is vastly more favorable than the double zero wheel that is used on this side of the Atlantic.

With the single zero wheel and a feature called “en prison,” the house percentage is 2.7%. When the zero appears, all wagers on the outside of the table(odd/even, red/black, high/low) are not lost and remain on the table for the next spin or the player has the option to forfeit half his bet. These features reduce the casino’s percentage to 2.7% and on even money wagers it is further reduced to 1.35%.

Roulette in American casinos employs a zero/double zero on their wheel and is a world apart from the European ones. Using the 0/00 added to the 36 numbers increases the casino’s advantage to 5.26% which is why the game enjoys much greater popularity in European casinos than it does here in the U.S. The payoff on winning bets are the same, 35 to 1, the negative house percentage is double.

Despite the increased house edge against the player, there are still some advantages to playing roulette. First, it can be a very relaxing game and provides a nice diversion from some of the more serious table games. It can be an enjoyable way to pass the time.

Secondly, since it is a game with a low expectancy of a winning outcome, it can be played with very low table minimums or starting capital.

This is not to say that it is impossible for the intelligent player to win playing roulette. On the contrary, compared to wagering on slot machines or the BIG 6 wheel where the percentages range from 10% on certain machines, to as high as 18% against the player it is by far a better bet.

Although I regularly hear the “experts” say that the roulette wheel cannot be beaten, that the player is guaranteed to lose, I cannot help but to disagree. Losses do occur at times, but on balance, I have been a net winner my entire life. If it can’t be beaten, how is that possible?

In the 40 years I have spent gambling in casinos I have experimented with a wide variety of playing and betting methods. Some of these methods were marginal at best, but some that I’ve used were excellent performers. The long odds payoffs on the inside layout (the numbers) combined with a disciplined wagering system have the ability to produce exceptional results.

Although I agree that in the “long run” no system can overcome a negative expectancy, it is in the “short run” that the player must exercise the discipline to always quit when winning.

The game lends itself nicely to even money wagering on the outside of the table layout and most “up as you win” wagering systems tend to also be profitable when combined with reasonable expectations.

My problem with the “experts” regarding roulette is that they look at the negative house percentage and quickly dismiss it as a game that cannot be beaten. Their real life casino gambling seems to be either very limited or possibly nonexistent. My own personal experience is in sharp contrast.

The player’s advantages are clear. The low capital requirements make it ideal as a low risk venue. The pace is leisurely and the rules uncomplicated with low table minimums. There are playing strategies that will, in the short run, give the player the opportunity for very attractive gains.

These are a few of the rules that must be followed to be successful playing roulette.

1. Familiarize yourself with the correct playing and betting systems.

2. Do not vary from these playing methods by betting on hunches or riskier wagers.

3. Decide on the amount of capital you will risk and do not exceed that amount. If you lose that amount have the discipline to walk away.

4. Bet minimum amounts when losing and only increase your bet size after a winning wager. Never increase your bet size to try and recoup losses… ever.

5. Keep your playing sessions short.

6. The game of roulette was not designed to favor the player…

Always quit when you are winning!

7. Do not gamble with money you cannot afford to lose.

Greedy players are seldom if ever winning players. Do not try to “break the bank.” It cannot be done. But, with good judgment and a fair amount of discipline, roulette can be can be both enjoyable and very profitable. Play to win.