The Roulette Betting Strategies That Work For Me

Roulette is one of my favorite casino games which able to make me some winning money especially from online casinos. Although I did not win at all my bets, but I am able to exit with net winnings almost daily by using some of strategies I picked from free casino eBook with titled “Roulette Winning Betting Strategies Revealed”. Let me share one of the strategies that work for me.

I was invited to review the eBook with titled “Roulette Winning Betting Strategies Revealed” written by Kevin Belington. I found that it is one of the best free e-books that disclose most of betting strategies taught in other casino ebooks that sell for money. Kevin, the author of the book had explained the common strategies used by most casino players and how these strategies may cause risks if the outcomes are not results as expected. Then, he explained how he modified the common strategies so that the strategies work best for him and help him to win at casinos consistently.

I try to test each strategy at the online casino recommended by the author since I am also a registered player for that online casino. Basically, the betting strategies work find as the strategies had tried to take into consideration of various outcome possibilities. But, I found that not all the strategies suit my playing characteristics. And, these strategies will even work best for me with a minor modification. Let review one of the strategies of my best pick from the book:

64% Column/Line Betting Strategy

This strategy required you to wait for 4 consecutive Roulette’s outcomes to fall on the same column or line before you place your bet on the two columns which are not the outcomes. You need to triple your betting amount on each loss and you need to take the loss if the next 3 consecutive outcomes continue to fall on the same column as the last 4 runs when you start your bet.

How I Implement It

Although the 4 consecutive outcomes fall on the same column or line are common for Roulette, and most of time, I will be able to make winning within the next 3 runs. But, I would like to play safe and take care of the worst scenario I ever met such 8 consecutive outcomes on the same column/line and 6 consecutive outcomes on the same columns with 2 turn of zero; I always wait for 6 consecutive outcomes to happen on the same column/line before you start my bet; and I make sure my bankroll have enough money to cover to next 3 runs when there is a need to increase my betting amount if I hit the loses.

By tightening the condition from 4 consecutive outcomes to 6 consecutive outcomes that fall on the same column/line before I start my betting actions, I will need to wait at a long time for the condition to meet, but it helps me to cover for the worst condition and minimize the risk of losing my money.

Summary

The free ebook, “Roulette Winning Betting Strategies Revealed” basically is a good casino playing guide, but you need to use the strategies smartly and implement them in the best way that work best for you.

Time to Place Your Bets – Even on Some Weird Wagers

It’s commonly known that Vegas is the place where one can legally wager on just about anything, provided the books offer the proposition bet(s). Gamblers love to put their money on weird wagers, especially around Super Bowl time. Now that the Supreme Court has overturned the ban on sports betting, we just might see more uncanny bets being offered in states that bid for sports books. Weird wagers are not unique to Vegas. The U.K also gets in on the action.

Here’s a collection of some of the most bizarre, weirdest, wackiest wagers ever made:

  • 1979: The late Jackie Gaughn, owner of the El Cortez hotel in downtown Vegas, posted odds when the faltering U.S. satellite Skylab, was about to crash to earth. The odds were put up on where it would crash: 5/1 for one of the five oceans, 12/1 into the Soviet Union, 100/1 on California soil, 2,000/1 for a hit in tiny Rhode Island, and even 10,000/1 that it would crash into the El Cortez! Turns out it landed in Australia at 30/1.
  • 1980: From the popular TV show Dallas: “Who shot JR?” Wagers were taken at the Castaways Hotel with odds on every cast member prior to the season ending cliff hanger episode, but the Gaming Control Board ordered a halt to all betting because someone had to have a script that knew the answer.
  • 1981: Amidst the ongoing controversy over the murder of President John F. Kennedy, the grave of alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was about to be exhumed to confirm identity. The sports book at the Union Plaza was quick to jump on the proposition bandwagon on whose body would be in the coffin. Odds were posted for: a Soviet agent, Jack Ruby (Oswald’s assassin) or an empty coffin. Due to concerns about the virtue of such a wager, the gaming commission put a lid on it. Turns out it was Oswald after all.
  • In the UK, it was 500/1 that the FBI will confirm that Elvis is still alive and another 500/1 that Michael and LaToya Jackson are one in the same.
  • UK bookmakers also offered 1,000/1 that Tiger Woods would become President of the US and 5,000/1 that Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky would marry.
  • A London resident named Matthew Drumbell placed a 1,000,000/1 wager that the world would end before the year 2000. Of course, who would be left to pay him if he survived? No pun intended on the man’s name.

During Super Bowl week in Vegas $ millions are tossed across the betting terminals to wager on one’s favorite team, and some weird bets as well. Here are some of Super Bowls’ past prop bets:

· Will singer Kelly Clarkston omit or mess up one or more words in the National Anthem? How long will it take her to sing it? Over/Under 1 minute, 34 seconds. Will her bare belly be showing when she sings it?

· If Quarterback Tom Brady’s son is shown on TV during the game, will he be wearing a Tom Brady Jersey?

· How many times will Patriots owner Robert Kraft be shown on TV during the game?

· What will be the first touchdown celebration? A ball spike, a dance, lay on the ground, a goalpost dunk, a Tim Tebow kneel, or kiss a cheerleader?

· What color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning team’s head coach? Yellow, orange, clear, red, green, blue? (Yellow was favorite.)

· Who will the Super Bowl MVP thank first in his post-game interview? Teammates, God, Owner, Coach, Family, No one? (Teammates were the favorite.)

So, there you have it. I wonder what weird wagers await us for next Super Bowl? I guess we’ll just Have to wait to find out.