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# Can anyone improve on my guaranteed way to win roulette?

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posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 06:33 PM
Okay so first off, this is within a video game! I'm not being crazy in real life, so don't worry

My method is this:

Place four bets, say ten gold each on Even, Odd, Black, Red.

Whatever it rolls, bet ten on them. Whatever it doesn't roll, triple the bet.

So now I'm placing 10 on 2 of them, and 30 on 2 of them - Depending what last rolled.

I keep this up until it resets - Tripling the bet each time.

Assuming enough funds to continue tripling my bet until I win, I think it's a 100% win situation.

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 06:44 PM

It is similar to a method many people have tried which you bet on a color or odd / or even or any bet that is essentially 50/50 and keep doubling your bet until you win. The problem is many casinos will ask you to leave if you bet this way consistently and it requires discipline. Also, what happens if you lose 5-10 times in a row? Will you exceed the table maximum and not be able to continue to execute your strategy?

Anyway, I have tried this on a limited basis and to make it reasonable to continue to double your bet you need to start with a relatively small amount which is hardly worth following through on the strategy. The table min / max often makes this bet impractical and ultimately there is risk you won't have enough to continue doubling your bet no matter how small.

Good luck trying it in RL. It probably works best in theory than in practical implementation.

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 06:47 PM

Video game! Not going to be doing this in real life.

And you triple the bet.

Doubling only ever wins you the same amount as you originally bet.

Say you bet 20, then 40, then 80. You put in 140, you get back 160. That's just +20

But if you put in 20, 60, 180 - You put in 260, and get back 360. that's +100

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 06:48 PM

another way, wait until the board has seen a consecutive number of odds/evens, then bet against it, if you loose make the same bet but doubled, repeat until you win. they say the world record for a roulette wheel to have consecutive evens/odds is less then 20 in a row.

of course that means you may need a significant billfold on hand as doubling it add's up pretty fast, also some roulette games will have a minimum bet making the doubling amounts climb even faster. and also a roulette game may have rules of a max bet which could sabotage your efforts.

i actually made a couple hundred with online gambling digital roulette with this method, problem was it took weeks, it is a very very slow process. i gave it up cause it wasnt worth it, figured it was like working a 1\$hr job....

ETA- looks like poster before me had the same idea, it does work but like he says, its an exercise in discipline to not go making different bets,

also, casinos aren't likely to throw you out for it, ive done it in casinos before, they generally dont care about your odd methods UNLESS you start winning alot, then they care. and this method doesnt get you alot, not without far too much time to be worth its while.
edit on 3-2-2016 by NobodiesNormal because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 08:41 PM
Yep! I sure can...

First of all, STOP betting.

In the long run, you will come out better.

Just a guess though.

lol

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 08:42 PM

Haha it's just in a video game, no harm in it. I won't ever in real life

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 09:10 PM

"on my quaranted way to win"... You say?

You already believe you have gotten a guaranteed way. If so, then you dont need any improvement, right?

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 09:11 PM

There's likely more than one guaranteed way to win.

This is assuming deep-pockets

As this is in a game, I have deep-pockets.

posted on Feb, 3 2016 @ 09:52 PM

If you get it right...c'mon to Michigan. We got all kinds of casinos!. And then there's Windsor across the border!

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