It has always been the goal of every player to win consistently with roulette. The challenge it brings is one if not the toughest of all casino game of chance. And this is the test all roulette players face, how to out maneuver roulette’s huge advantage. Win at roulette is the persistent call of players lacking strategies and techniques.
Getting the better off roulette takes patience, perseverance and cunning ability to study the odds by making it advantageous for players. This may sound an incredulous task to begin with but with all the sophistication and high technology of today things have come pretty handy for ordinary players willing to put money and time to beat roulette and make it as ones cash cow.
A friend of mind Chris Kaas is a testament to people having second thoughts about winning at roulette. Chris a plant technician in our hometown and my co-employee for that matter drives to the office in the latest M3 Series edition of BMW!!! How about that? Even the president of our company couldn’t believe his eyes when on that very day Chris brought the car to the plant. The surprise look by all the officers of the company was that of complete awe.
When will you teach me on how to win roulette was the question of our president Mr. Smits posed at Chris the roulette guru? He immediately affirmed Mr. Smits the lessons to be given after office. From there it was roulette 101 for Mr. Smits.
Right of the bat Chris tells us when playing roulette one must have a definite goal of winning for the day. Setting an amount relative to your playing capital is one of the most effective ways to gain an early lead ahead of roulette. He further explains placing 10% of playing capital is an easy task to achieve and by doing this everyday you take home most of the time $100 if your capital is $1,000. The 10% figure is small but at the end of the month it’ll be bigger than ones monthly take from the office. Realistic and achievable are the words to describe this betting pattern.
Now that we have set a winning goal why not do it with the other way around. Also set a limit on losing amount for the day. This time add a little percentage to the winning mark so as to be able to recoup losses by having more to spare. In the event you still lose then you stop. 15% of capital is a good limit for losses. This way your exposure will not be heavy and the next time you play you can win it back in one or two playing days.
Always remember 10% of winning most of the time comes quickly than losing 15% of capital. By doing this simple yet very effective way of roulette playing can one day buy you your dream car, just like Chris.
By Arlene Matienzo
Author is a freelance writer whose articles focus on finance, casino and golf. Her vast experiences as a finance officer, casino dealer and avid golfer really speaks well of her subject articles.