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Roulette Wagering v2.0


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Are you familiar with Roulette Wagering System?

Roulette Wagering System is where you put half of your bet in black and the other half in red. Then you wait for the number 0 and your bets are lost. Well of course Wagering comes at a cost. 

Now Roulette v2.0 is all about reducing the Cost. 

Now in this Strategy what you do is place three bets. 1:1 in red and black. And 0.32 in 0 or green. So the Ratio is 1:1:0.32.

Now On previous Roulette Wagering Strategy you hate the number 0. But in this case you will want to love that number. Because you are waiting for number 0 to appear. 

So How this Wagering System Works?

Well you bet 1 unit on red and 1 on black and 0.32 on green or 0. So your Total bet is 2.32. Now you lose 0.32/bet. But when the number 0 appears everything changes. You Recover all your loss. If it comes early or in quick successions then you are in profit. But if it comes late then don't get nervous. Here comes the part of your bankroll. It should be at least 300 times more than your bet i.e. 2.32 x 300.

How it is better or Worse than previous?

Okay so let's talk about the advantages and disadvantages of this Strategy.

Advantages:

1. Wagers more/bet than previous

2. Chance to recover your loss or even gain some while wagering

3. Generally very Safe Wagering

4. Almost zero chance to bust your whole balance

Disadvantages :

1. Roulette Wagering Systems are generally Slower than Dice or Limbo

2. Slight Risk added than Previous Roulette Wagering System.

 

So Guys Let me know if you try out this Strategy.

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This analogy is no different from Baccarat wagering. A very long streak of 0 not coming through is definitely possible (1/37 chance is low enough to deliver 10 variance and it is very common). While this is feasible, the -0.32 is destructive and you could easily see 400 spins without any 0 at all if you will do enormous amount of sessions. 

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2 hours ago, Aiza824 said:

This analogy is no different from Baccarat wagering. A very long streak of 0 not coming through is definitely possible (1/37 chance is low enough to deliver 10 variance and it is very common). While this is feasible, the -0.32 is destructive and you could easily see 400 spins without any 0 at all if you will do enormous amount of sessions. 

Yeah it may happen that you won't get a zero in 400 rolls. There are two reasons for it.

1. You might have got two or three zeros early on at quick succession.

2. When you don't get zeros while playing long then you definitely know that zero is coming soon and when it's coming it's coming in successions.

Bankroll is very important as this is a wagering tactic and recovery of loss or small profit depends on zero 

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10 minutes ago, Arnab12 said:

Yeah it may happen that you won't get a zero in 400 rolls. There are two reasons for it.

1. You might have got two or three zeros early on at quick succession.

2. When you don't get zeros while playing long then you definitely know that zero is coming soon and when it's coming it's coming in successions.

Bankroll is very important as this is a wagering tactic and recovery of loss or small profit depends on zero 

For item 1, the word "might" here represents uncertainty. We know it will happen, but no one knows when.

For item 2, no this is not true. This is clearly a feature of fallacy of maturity of chances being utilized by many gambling strategies. Theoretically, this can only be true if a player would perform a very large amount of rolls, and by defining "large" by presenting an exact number, it must be large enough to make the house edge as close and unmovable to 1% as possible, not just hundreds or thousands of rolls.

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