Roulette is a Game of Chance

ou could play with thisMartingaleLottery strategybut it will not guarantee a win, it’s just a way of playing with the odds.

Martingale works using the false assumption that the player will win in the long term. Let’s use the familiar coin-flip example. We have a coin and we are asked to choose the coin with the maximum probability of landing on a EIGHT. Out of twelve possible coins, CAN IT HAPPEN BEFORE INCREDIBLY, MUST YOU HUFFLE YOUR PREussELY granted chance, I hear you say?

If you are honest with yourself, you will not be able to answer ‘yes’ to that question. truthful answers are ‘it could happen sometime, but not in a billion years, and if it did, there are not anypossible ways of finding out about it’.

Many people play Bola88 roulette and see no point in the game. On the other hand, there are serious players who use Martingale system and sporting odds to improve their probability


It is the third option that will help you be a winner in the game, that’s why you’ll love this little technique.

You see, the Martingale depends on the even money bets, the red/black or odd/even bets. These bets insure the casino of the required odds, based on the payout of a roulette spin. If you place your $1 chip on black, you win $1 if red drops. In case of an even money bet, you win $1 for black, and you lose $1 for the even money bet, i.e., a $1 chip bet on black gets you $1 if your color comes up, and a $1 chip bet on red gets you nothing.

For example, you place $1 on black, you win $1 if black comes up, you lose $1 if red drops. $1 chips can be exchanged for $1, $2, $4, $8, $16, $32, $64, $128, $256, all the way to $1,000. This simple counting technique can be quite surprising at times because you may place $1 on black, win $1, lose $1, win $2, lose $2. However, you know the casino average, the wheel variations, and the house edge. With this technique you can actually turn the corner from a player to a generator of past winning values of the wheel.

Use the Martingale technique to increase your probability of winning roulette. Place a $1 chip on black, win $1 if red drops, lose $1 if black comes up. The technique is usually applied to even money bets, the red/black and odd/even bets. Count your “outs” (abunts: the number of outside bets you have not won) and multiply your number of “outs” by 2. This means you have an extra $1 bet to place, and should win $2. This technique is actually on the edge of probability, but the probability of you winning $2 is below that of losing $1, this is the expected probability. So, you have an 18% chance of winning, and a 75% chance of losing.

The most difficult part of this roulette strategy to learn and use is the instantaneous odds. Instant odds are the odds no one can predict, the odds you have absolutely no control over. You can’t do anything to affect odds, except to wait patiently for a while. If you’re not getting any Runs, you’re not winning. So you have to be very patient, very consistent and very disciplined in your starting bets.

But the beauty of the Martingale technique is that you can get yourself into a run when you need one. You may be having a streak of bad luck, with not one but two or three numbers coming up in a row. When that happens, the Martingale works out, and you might bet the table minimum, some times doubling it, to get back your losses.

Of course, you can’t do this in a casino, or it would be a major trap. However, the Martingale technique can be applied to online roulette. Here’s how:

With your $1 chip, bet $1 on red (or whatever number you’re on).

If you win, bet $2.

If you lose, bet $4.

So at every spin, you increase your bet by $1. Half the time you win, and half the time you lose. It doesn’t seem like much, but you can win enough bets to cancel out the losing streaks, especially since roulette pays out at even money, so you average a win every time.

Online Roulette is actually a lot easier than most people think.