Roulette Strategy

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by 2nd Hand Joe, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. 2nd Hand Joe

    2nd Hand Joe

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    My friend asked me if there is a profitable roulette strategy. My ansewer - YEs. It exists. But you must have two factors. Unlimited bankroll and no bet limits.

    What do you think and what strategy do you use?
     
  2. ThermalMode

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    That may work by doubling up the bets. It's a pity that you can not do that in real life. Roulette is random 2,7% EV negative game.
     
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  3. pepe

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    2nd Hand Joe said:
    My friend asked me if there is a profitable roulette strategy. My ansewer - YEs. It exists. But you must have two factors. Unlimited bankroll and no bet limits.
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    I don't believe you. roulette has to be negative ev no matter how much you bet. are you talking about increasing your bet every time you lose? or why do you say "no max bet" and "unlimited bankroll"?
     
  4. Redneck Giorgio

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    pepe said:
    I don't believe you. roulette has to be negative ev no matter how much you bet. are you talking about increasing your bet every time you lose? or why do you say "no max bet" and "unlimited bankroll"?
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    Topicstarter is absolutly right. The only thing that prevents using Martingale Strategy is the limit of your bankroll and the limit of max bet. If there is no bet limit and you have unlimited bankroll you just bet 1$ to even chances (red/black, even/odd or 1-18/19-36), then 2$ if you loose etc. Once you win the bet you get 1$ profit. So your bets will be 1$-2$-4$-8$-16$-32$-64$-128$-256$-512$-1024$-2048$ etc. You will win anyway. That's why betting limits exist.
     
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  5. 2nd Hand Joe

    2nd Hand Joe

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    pepe said:
    I don't believe you. roulette has to be negative ev no matter how much you bet. are you talking about increasing your bet every time you lose? or why do you say "no max bet" and "unlimited bankroll"?
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    Everything is explained in previous post, yup.
     
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