This is a translation of: Roulette Trick (german)

Hello Forum!

I'm new here, my name is Roland, i'm 41 years old and I live in Dusseldorf.

When I was recently in the casino, I watched a woman,

which had doubled her bets when she has lost.

After a little bit of thinking, I have also tried the trick then

and well won! I played determined over an hour.

Back home, I searched the Internet and

found many pages, where the trick is described.

But almost everywhere is warned!

Only here, in the simulator I could not find the trick!

So I signed up and tried to make it myself.

I think it works quite well!

Why loses the trick so often? In the casino it was not!

Roland

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Rovlgari:

I played determined over an hour.

Back home, I searched the Internet and

found many pages, where the trick is described.

But almost everywhere is warned!

Only here, in the simulator I could not find the trick!

So I signed up and tried to make it myself.

I think it works quite well!

Why loses the trick so often? In the casino it was not!

Hello Roland and welcome!

Your "trick" is certainly present here, mostly under the name "Martingale".

This method is the most basic

**loss progression**in general.

The simulator even offers a universal loss progression by the function : + on win

This is probably why you could not recognize the trick, as your strategy looks therefore like this: Martingale on Red

The "roulette trick" loses "so often" because the limits of the Standard test configuration are pretty quickly reached.

The -500 pieces of capital often don't last long, with a doubling on simple chances .

You can set the limits of course as you wish: VIDEO: long test of a strategy,

but you will see that the "trick" than also very quickly reaches table limits.

Assuming you're willing to use a lot of "capital" ......

In the casino, it went well with you, because you first were lucky and second played only about 50 coups in that one hour.

Here, the standard tests go over 100 coups!

Again welcome here and happy testing,

trizero

trizero:

In the casino, it went well with you, because you first were lucky and second played only about 50 coups in that one hour.

Thanks for the explanation Trizero.

Probably I was really just lucky!

Now that I've looked at some system tests and strategies,

I am glad that I have not lost everything.

Presumably it is not easy to win at roulette in the long run right?

Roland

Rovlgari:

Presumably it is not easy to win at roulette in the long run right?

Hello Roland ,

if you look at Roulette purely mathematically, you could only win guaranteed,

with extreme amounts of capital at a table without limit.

However, since the mathematical analysis is not an exact representation of the real game,

but a purely logical expectation which is fulfilled in the infinity,

shows a deviation from the mathematics.

I mean real balls in real wheels,

not online casinos with no physical basis.

Playing on wheel errors here is probably the classic strategy,

However, this at the present time (probably) is no longer profitable.

By default this simulation uses software-generated numbers: What kind of numbers is used?

If you develop a strategy, then I advise you strongly,

to test the kind of numbers, which your casino provides you.

So permanences of real tables, when you play in land casino,

or the numbers of the corresponding online casinos.

howto: using own permanences

Incidentally, there is an absolutely safe way to always win at roulette:

**Be a lucky guy.**

Unfortunately, we know that always only afterwards ......... ;-)

Have fun testing,

trizero

the only trick in this is to trick the people to play in recommended online casinos...

timy:

the only trick in this is to trick the people to play in recommended online casinos...

But thats not a trick for the game roulette, its a trick to cheat on people!

Be careful in what you bet.

By the way is this "rigid construct" not perfect,

as the zero-split is not considered of the progression.

The Roulette strategy Martingale on Red does this with + on win automatically.