Roulette tactics

Roulette tactics

There are no specific skills that can be learned from playing roulette. Pure chance determines what happens when the wheel is spun. Several roulette techniques and systems have been devised to help you change the odds in your favour. To maximize your chances of winning, use these tactics.

Red wager

Red wager You can also wager on the colour when playing roulette. Because most participants statistically place red bets, this approach is known as a red bet. The plan is to double the wager on red fields while maintaining the same chance on black areas. You place your first wager on red. Double your bet on red and place your initial wager on black for the subsequent turn of the wheel. On the next round, the same thing occurs, etc. The benefit of this method is that you can call bets while maintaining the same odds.

D’Alembert’s framework

The D’Alembert system only accepts wagers on odds that are even. You increase the bet by one credit when you lose. You deduct one credit from your chance when you win. When you are profitable, this always brings your balance to zero—a straightforward but efficient roulette system.

Column layout

Column layout This method allows you to wager on the columns. You place a tiny wager in the first column, a double chance in the second, and a quadruple bet in the third. With every spin, the stake doubles, and all other stakes increase simultaneously.

One Hit Wonder

The premise of the one-hit wonder is that the ball will eventually land on a specific number. There is a higher likelihood that a particular number will be called shortly the longer the ball hasn’t landed on it. When employing this tactic, you always wager on the same number.

a game of memory

Game of Memory You can wager on any number on the table in Memory Game except for the three most recent winning combinations. The erroneous assumption that numbers do not immediately repeat themselves in roulette is the foundation for this roulette approach.


Keeping track of the winning numbers at the table is the first step in applying this approach. When a number wins twice, it becomes your “pivot” number. For the next 36 spins, you will gamble on this number. The “rule of thirds” is the foundation of this system. This natural law states that out of a set of 36 numbers, only 24 are unique. This demands that specific integers do indeed repeat.