Even Chance Bets Betting Strategy
Even the Chance betting system is quite easy to learn and has been used very successfully by many Roulette players. We give you this strategy in an easy-to-follow format to make learning as simple as possible.
HIGH & LOW
In this case, the bet consists of placing your wager on the first 18 numbers or on the last 18.
ODD & EVEN
The even numbers are 2, 4, 6, 8, etc. and the odd are 1, 3, 5, 7, etc.
Play one or the other, your chances are exactly the same as in “High & Low”
RED & BLACK
The same as “Odd & Even”.
The following technique for playing to win has two major advantages:
(1) It is easy to understand
(2) It is capable of generating worthwhile profits.
The basis of this technique is as follows: whatever color played, you increase 20% after each loss and decrease 10% after each win. The following example will illustrate this formula using an initial stake of 10 units. You will notice that this example shows that we have made a profit even with 5 losses against 4 wins.
-10 (we lost so increase 20% for the next bet)
WIN +24 (we won so decrease 10% for the next bet)
In the above example, we had 84 wins less 73 losses, which gives us a profit of 11 units. Of course, in practice, it is very exceptional to have a series of losses. Taking into account the zero, a given color has a 48.65% chance to come up once, just about. One in two 23.67% chance to come up twice in a row, about one in 4 11.51% chance to come up three times in a row, about one in 9 5.6% chance to come up four times in a row, about one in 18 2.72% chance to come up five times in a row, about one in 37.
Before playing at an internet casino we strongly advise you to practice with free games until you feel that you thoroughly understand the system. This way you will not be risking your money while perfecting your technique. You can also purchase a toy Roulette wheel from larger toyshops or Department Stores. It will reproduce exactly like a real roulette wheel and you can practice with it, without risking any of your hard-earned money.
The Martingale system, and the Oscar’s Grind system are also popular with players.