There are a few strategies to try out but this article is about the best live roulette strategy known as the martingale-strategy. This strategy was first devised sometime in the 18th century around the same time the game became popular. As with testing any strategy it is wise to play for fun rather than real money at first until you are confident. European Live Roulette (This is the only game this strategy works on) allows you to bet on a number between 0-36 ignore this and place a bet on a colour, half the numbers are red the other half black. You have reduced your odds from 35/1 to 1/2 minus the house advantage 0 is green. Place a small bet of £1, one of the advantages on playing online. If you win great you just doubled your money. If you lose double your bet, very important, keep going, which shouldn’t be for too long as you have roughly a 50/50 chance of winning each time the wheel spins. You must keep betting on the same colour and double you’re bet each time you lose. There is no advantage in switching colours as there’s exactly the same chance of either colour turning up. Congratulations you’ve won, as long as you have doubled your bet you will win at least £1 more than you have put in no matter how many times you lose, because your winnings are double your last bet.
Example of the Martingale Strategy
£1 on red – lose
£2 on red – lose
£4 on red - lose
£8 on red – win £16
Total spend £15
Profit: £1 – (the original stake)
Once you have won start again at the beginning with a small £1 bet. Once you gain confidence you can increase your bets to increase your profits faster. However don’t bet more than you’re prepared to lose and remember to take in to consideration the table limits. This is a problem with the martingale live roulette strategy as you could soon reach it when doubling up each time.
1) Start by placing a small bet on a colour
2). If win great, start again. If loose repeat bet but double amount
3) Repeat 2 as necessary
4) Win Great! Start again
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