A Steady Way to Make Money at the Roulette Wheel

Here is a slow and steady method that you can use at an online casino. It has the potential to be very effective but it is slow and will take patience. This method isn’t advisable for land based casinos for two reasons. Firstly it involves note taking and keeping track of previous results and secondly it works on the principal that random number generation, used by casinos, has to appear random rather than be random. That is, it will spread the numbers out across the whole board more evenly than a real life casino roulette wheel might, this can be used to your advantage if you are clever and know what you are doing.

To be most effective in this method you need a pen and paper and some quiet.

First, if you observe the roulette table you will see that it’s divided into three sections -first 1-12, second 13-24 and third 25-36. Whenever a spin is made you must take note of which section the ball lands in (first, second or third). After a while you will notice that the ball hasn’t dropped in a particular section for a while. Keep observing and noting and when it hasn’t landed in a particular section for seven spins in a row then it is time to bet. Take the smallest amount you can and place it on that section. A win here is paid at 2:1 (if you bet £1 you will get £2 back plus your original stake).

If you win then take your winnings. Don’t worry if you lose (the beauty of this method is that the betting structure makes sure that you always win back what you have already staked) simply increase your stake and bet on the same third again. Use the chart below to make your bets – keep increasing your stake if you lose and when you win go back to betting the smallest amount you can and repeat the procedure. Remember to keep track of where the ball lands whilst you are gambling as well! Seven times in a row has worked for me on numerous occasions but if you want to be more secure then wait until the ball has stay out of a section for eight or even nine spins.

Here is the stake chart to use:

Spin 8 — £1
Spin 9 — £2
Spin 10 — £3
Spin 11 — £4
Spin 12 — £6
Spin 13 — £9
Spin 14 — £13
Spin 15 — £20
Spin 16 — £30
Spin 17 — £45
Spin 18 — £67
Spin 19 — £100

If you’re still a little skeptical then you can practice on this free roulette flash game.

Remember with gambling there will always be some risk involved. It’s sensible to negate this risk as much as possible as with the above method but you can never eliminate it altogether. Never gamble with money you can’t afford to lose.

Double Ball Roulette – The Casino Table Game With Two Balls Spinning on the Same Wheel? That’s Right

So what is Double Ball Roulette? It’s one wheel that has two balls instead of just one rotating around the inner rim. Perhaps you’re wondering how two balls can revolve around one track without hitting each other and bounce off the table. Compressed air is used to simultaneously shoot both balls from a tube so the second ball always trails the first one, eliminating any chance of a collision. To make it more exciting, a remote control button is rotated among players to trigger the air gun and get the balls rolling.

The betting layout for Double Ball is the same as traditional Double Zero Roulette, however the payouts differ in that the player has two chances to win instead of just one.

For the outside wagers, (red, black, odd, even, etc.) both balls would have to land on the player(s) selected betting spots. For example, a bet on black would require both balls to land on black numbers in order to win. Winning payouts for the outside wagers have been increased to 3/1 instead of even money at 1/1 as in traditional roulette.

For the inside wagers, (a bet on the numbers only) either ball can win but the payouts are less than the traditional game because the player now has two chances to win per spin instead of just one. For example, a straight up bet on a single number would return 17/1 instead of 35/1. If both balls land in the same winning pocket, the bet would return 35/1.

If you never played Roulette before, I’ll detail the wagering options, winning payout amounts, and the differences between traditional and Double Ball.

Traditional Roulette: Inside

A bet on the numbers from 0,00, to 36 (38 numbers total)

  • One number (straight up) pays 35/1
  • Two numbers (split) 17/1
  • Three numbers (street) 11/1
  • Four numbers (corner) 8/1
  • Five numbers (basket) 6/1
  • Six numbers (line) 5/1

Double Ball Roulette: Inside

  • One number (straight up) pays 17/1 if either ball lands on the selected number, 35/1 if both balls do
  • Two numbers (split) 8/1 or 16/1
  • Three numbers (street) 5/1 or 10/1
  • Four numbers (corner) 7/2 or 7/1
  • Five numbers (basket) 5/2 or 5/1
  • Six numbers (line) 2/1 or 4/1

Traditional Roulette: Outside

A bet on the area outside of the numbers (twelve wagering options)

  • Red, black, odd, even, pays 1/1
  • First eighteen, second eighteen, 1/1
  • First twelve, second twelve, or third twelve, 2/1
  • First, second, or third column, 2/1

Double Ball Roulette: Outside

  • Red, Black, odd, even, pays 3/1
  • One red, one black, 1/1
  • First eighteen, second eighteen, 3/1
  • First twelve, second twelve, third twelve, 8/1
  • First, second, third column, 8/1

Remember, both balls must land in your bet selections in order for you to win your wager(s).

There is also a side bet called Double Ball Jackpot. If you think both balls will land on a certain number, make the side bet and collect 1300/1 if Lady luck is with you.

Good Luck!