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    The Progressive Bet roulette strategy was created as a spin-off to the Inverted Martingale strategy. While the Inverted Martingale strategy is mathematically excellent, it may not be the preferred choice for players who don't like the idea of putting the entire win from previous spins into a si ...
    The reverse Martingale strategy for roulette is quite interesting. It allows the player to have a really fair chance of winning a high prize while enjoying the game for a considerable period of time. This strategy is ideal for many players as it can offer a good balance between expected value (i.e. ...
    As the name suggests this roulette strategy is about going all-in. It is an extremely volatile strategy, which means there is a high probability of losing your entire bankroll in just one round. Despite this, it maintains the highest expected return of all roulette betting strategies.How does this s ...
    The constant proportion strategy in roulette is very similar to the constant bet strategy, but instead of placing bets in constant amounts, the value of your bet will correspond to a certain percentage of your bankroll.For instance, a player has a bankroll of €100 and wants to bet 10% on a certain c ...
    The constant betting strategy in roulette is quite basic. We can say that it is the 'strategy' used by most roulette players, often without even realising it. As its name suggests, this strategy consists in constantly placing the same bet. In other words, it consists in continually betting ...
    There are many different ways of playing roulette, each of which have theiradvantages and disadvantages. Let’s take a look at these two examples:You could go to a roulette table with €100 and keep betting €1 on black. You could spend hours playing like this, but you will definitely not win any subst ...
    As you may already know, the expected return to player (RTP) of any type of roulette bet is the same. The RTP of American roulette is 94.74%, whereas the RTP of European roulette is 97.3%. This means that you statistically get the same percentage of your money back, regardless of which type of bet y ...
    The game of roulette is quite simple and enables us to easily demonstrate why volatility matters.Volatility (variance) is used to describe how often you tend to win in a game of chance, and how big the individual wins are.High volatility means that you will not win very often, but the individual win ...
    The game of roulette is relatively simple, which means that its RTP (return to player) and house edge are quite easy to calculate.For the calculation, we will use the European roulette with no special rules. However, the same calculation can be used for other types of roulette with just a few change ...
    House edge is the long term advantage the casino has over players, and it can be easily calculated (for any game) as: House edge = 100 % - RTP (Return to Player)Therefore, the standard house edge for roulette is:
    European roulette (single zero roulette) – 2.7 %American roulette ...