Are you after a few more general roulette tips? Then read on….
More Roulette tips and strategies.
Play roulette for fun, not to make money. In fact- don’t play any casino game for money. When you play for fun, you are relaxed and are likely to be thinking rationally, but if you are playing under the yoke of requiring to win, you’ll start to make silly moves. There are pros who gamble for a living, of course- but that doesn’t mean that you should do it.
Think about your bets and make clever ones. The single-number bets have some of the lowest odds of all the casino games. You’d be trying to predict a number between 1 and 37 (on a single zero wheel table and 1 in 38 for a double zero table). More clued up players are those that pay lose to even money: 1:1.
The smart rouletter thinks about his or her betting strategy and then makes a series of prethought bets rather than “going with the flow” and betting “willy nilly”. Be a consistent player and play to your own system. This includes using money management techniques- so no when to quit the table if you are down (stop loss- say 15-50%) or up (profit taking). Try and slowly build your cash pile rather than going for the big one. You can always try the long shot bets when you have some extra fat in your bankroll.
There are many different variants of Roulette: test several out to find out which one is best for you. We’d generally recommend French Roulette over European Roulette and European Roulette over American Roulette. In general, if there is a side bet available- your return will decrease in the short run. This is the “price” you pay for entering into a progressive jackpot, for example- if you are going for a big jackpot prize. Remember, though, that these kinds of bets are similar to a lottery bet.
Always know your betting limits and play within your budget-bet sensibly with money that you can afford to lose.