Introduction
This
book is about playing Roulette and possibly winning 63% of the time.
Or if you decide to use the other side of the coin to play you could
possibly win that 37% of the time. It is how you want to play.
It is a
way to go to the casino and have a lot of fun and walk away with all
your money and then some*. This book does not guarantee you will be
a winner. When paying roulette since it is a game of chance your
must realize that you could lose all of your money. Not. When
learning how to use this system it is best that you practice using
all of the recorded spins located in the back of this book. If you
want to play online practice at
www.freeroulette.com
How Roulette is Played:
Roulette is played in many
different ways.
The
Roulette table is set up with 38 numbers, 36 numbers placed in 3
rows and 2 zero locations for zero and the double zero. Keep
in mind there are tables, mostly international Roulette tables which
have only 1 zero area. We will look at the table on a
horizontal plain where the Zero's are on the left and the 34 through
36 row are on your right. As you can see below:
From the
picture above I can now explain what it all means and how people
place their bets.
The way
the board is broken up into sections allows the casino to pay
different odds for bets placed. We will start here for the
first bet being placed. This is not my recommendation on how
to bet but the way other people bet. Before we bet lets go
over the payout if you were to win.
When you place your
chip on a single number 0, 00, or 1 through 36 your
payout is
35 to 1.
When you place your chip on 1st, 2nd, or 3rd column
located on the very right hand side of the table, or to the right of
the numbers 34, 35, and 36, your
payout is
2 to 1.
Each column bet covers the different area as explained below.
The first column covers the
section of numbers directly in front of you.They are;
1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22,25,28,31,and 34.
The second column covers the
middle section of numbers, which are 2,5,8,11,14,17,20,23,26,29,32,
and 35.
The third column covers the last
section of numbers, which are 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27,30,33, and 36.
The next area we
will cover on the board is the dozen areas. There are three of
the dozen areas. They are 1st dozen, 2nd dozen, and 3rd dozen
and are explained below. If you should win on this bet your
payout is 2 to 1. The way this field covers the roulette
numbers is very simple. If you see that the numbers which are
coming out more often are in any of these dozens then that is where
you would place your bet.
The 1st dozen covers the numbers 1
through 12 only.
The 2nd dozen covers the numbers
13 through 24 only.
The 3rd dozen covers the numbers
25 through 36 only.
The next
area we will talk about is the 118 located in the box closest to
you on the left side and 1936 located in the box closest to you on
the right side of the table. This pays if you should win 1 to
1. How this bet is placed would be dependent upon on how the
ball has been winning on the table. If your spinner were
coming up with a lot of numbers between 1 through 18 you would place
your bet in the 118 box. If your spinner were coming up with
a lot of numbers between 19 through 36 you would place your bet in
the 1936 box.
The most
commonly played areas of the roulette table, besides the basic
numbers are the areas known as EVEN and ODD as well as RED and
BLACK. Most of these areas are played using the probability
method. Most of the time when you watch people playing this
area you will see them look at the display board or write down the
numbers which have just been played. They will write down how
many EVEN numbers or ODD numbers, or how many RED numbers or BLACK
numbers came out in a row. This will allow the probability
player to truly bet when they think probably the opposite will
occur. Such as 4 evens in a row you would bet ODD and hope the
next spin would wind up with and ODD number. Or if you see 3
or 4 REDS in a row, you would bet BLACK and hope for the Black
number to win.
There are other forms of betting on the table. There are
corner bets which cover up to 4 numbers, this
pays 8 to 1,
and the chips are placed in the middle of the 4 numbers you want to
bet on. There are split bets, which cover just 2 numbers and
pays 17 to 1
(Example bet 0 and 00 or 1 and 4), these bets are placed between the
2 numbers you want to bet on. There are also six line bets,
which we use in our method, which you will read later on in this
manual. The six line covers six numbers and is placed for
example between 1 and 4 but on the edge of them on the 1st dozen
line, this is shown how to place it later on in this manual.
The six line split such as 49 (for example) where you put the chip
on the line intersection between 4 and 7
pays
if you win 5 to 1.
Lastly the street bet, is where you place your bet on the edge of a
single row (also shown in this manual when you start to play the
negative win side). The street bet
pays 11 to 1.
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*
Results will vary with different people that play. Remember everyone
is their own decision maker on who much to play and how much to win
or lose. Players of roulette once you get familiar with the game
will know what and how much to play to not hurt themselves in the
cash they have to spend on the game.
