How to be a Roulette Pro in 2020
Is it possible to become a Pro in Roulette in 2020? And if it is possible, then how do you become a Roulette Pro? It’s a common misconception that it’s impossible to make money while playing roulette. It’s also a common misconception that it’s possible to earn thousands of dollars while playing roulette like a pro. To get the most out of your roulette playing, you have to make the most of what’s available to you and to avoid making mistakes.
You may ask yourself the question – what’s the point of playing roulette? The answer is that it’s easy to play and it’s entertaining. There’s no need to learn strategies to get the most out of your roulette playing, which you tend to have to do if you want to give yourself the best chance of winning every hand of blackjack, baccarat, or even video poker. With each spin of a roulette wheel, your odds of winning remain the same, no matter how ‘well’, or how ‘badly’ you play.
To be ‘lucky’ in roulette, you need to play like a pro, though. To enable you to get the most out of your roulette in 2020, here are a few tips that you really ought to follow.
Bankroll Management is Key
If there is one piece of advice that everyone should follow when playing roulette, it’s to manage your bankroll correctly. If you enjoy playing roulette, then you should have a set amount of money with which to play, and this money should NOT impinge on other important monetary factors in your life.
Work out how much you can afford to spend playing roulette each month, and stick to it. Say you decide to have a $100 monthly roulette bankroll. If all your bankroll money has gone by day two, then you’ll just have wait until the next month before you can start playing again. Never, ever, chase your losses.
When it comes to playing you should never risk more than 10% of your bankroll during any one session, and never more than 5% of that during any one spin. With a $100 bankroll, that would be no more than $10 per session, and $0.20 per spin.
Don’t Get Wound up by Winning and Losing Streaks
If you have a roulette strategy you need to stick to it. Do not become influenced by winning streaks and losing streaks. No matter what ‘intuition’ tells you, you have not suddenly become ‘hot’ or become ‘cold’. When it comes to a single spin of a roulette wheel, the odds of you being successful or exactly the same no matter if you have just won ten spins in a row, or have just lost ten spins in a row.
The best way to make money when playing roulette is always to quit while you are ahead. Over the long haul, the roulette wheel will ALWAYS have the advantage over you. Remember that a wheel has 37 numbers (or 38 in American roulette) yet you are only paid 35-1 for a single number win when the true odds are 37-1 or 38-1 if you’re dumb enough to play American roulette. If you do manage to gain the upper hand then the best thing to do is take the money that you have won and go and do something else with it.
Never Play When Tired, Drunk or Otherwise Under the Influence
This is one golden rule that needs to be followed. Playing roulette correctly requires rational thinking and you cannot think rationally if you are tired, drunk or have taken any kind of perception-altering substance.
Correct decision-making is key to successful roulette play, and you cannot trust yourself to make correct decisions if you are in no state to make them.
Never play roulette for hours on end, even if you are having the winning streak of your life. All it takes it one slip and several hours of successful play could soon be disappearing down the drain.
The Golden Rule of Roulette – HAVE FUN!
Roulette is a game, nothing more, nothing less, and games are played for fun. Roulette is not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme, or a replacement for gainful employment. It is not a way to pay your bills or pay off your debts. Roulette is a game, and as such should be played for entertainment purposes only.
When you stop finding roulette fun, STOP PLAYING. If you cringe at the thought of that little wheel spinning around the reels making that clinking, clanking sound over and over again, then STOP PLAYER. If you’ve fallen into debt playing roulette and you’re attempting to reduce that debt by playing roulette, then STOP PLAYING, and SEEK HELP.
Lots of players start playing roulette and other casino games purely for fun but soon get dragged down when they start losing. Don’t let this happen to you and if you follow the tips as outlined in this article, then it won’t.
Tips & Tricks on Playing Roulette Onine Like A Pro
If you’re a beginner at roulette, it’s natural to feel like you’re jumping in the deep end. That’s why we have put together an exhaustive beginner’s guide to roulette to help you get started. It’s comprehensive, easy-to-understand, and will certainly help you get the feel of the game.
Tip #1: Go Beyond the Basics: Know the Wheel like the Back of your Hand
It might seem like a no-brainer to know the ins and outs of the game, but it’s important for pro players not to leave anything to chance. It’s not enough to play the clichés like black and red, singles, dozens, uppers and lowers. Kick it up a notch and learn how to play the Voisins du zero, Jeu zero, Tiers, and Orphelins. These are areas where the pro players bring their A-game, and they often rake in the big bucks.
Tip #2: It’s All about Choosing the Right Online Casino
The online casino scene is booming, and there are all kinds of casinos – the good, the bad, and the ugly. That’s why pro players take their time to research each online casino before involving their hard-earned cash. They often start off by reading reputable casino reviews but eventually make the decision based on:
- Variety of roulettes offered
- Reputation – user complaints, licensing, reviews, and much more
- House edge – any online casino that offers an RTP (Return-to-Player) lower than 97.3% (house edge> 2.7%) is out of the question.
- Payouts – the higher and faster the payouts the more likely you’ll make money
Other aspects of the casino often considered by professional roulette players are withdrawal restrictions, payment options, software providers (some of them have been known to rig the wheel in favour of the house), and so forth.
Tip #3: Open At Least 3 Accounts with Different Reputable Casinos
Like land-based casinos, online casinos are not big fans of serial winners – well, who’d like to lose knowingly? You see, once they notice that you are winning most ( or worse, all) of the spins, most online casinos will find an excuse to close your account, and, trust us, there’s always something in their T&C’s they can use. Pro players know this and usually have gone through such an ordeal with unscrupulous casinos, so they are more careful online. One trick they use is to sign up for at least 3 accounts with 3+ different reputable casinos. This way, they are able to play one session of roulette per week, reducing the chances of being kicked out by the casinos.
Tip #4: Take Advantage of Bonuses
With stiff competition among online casinos, it’s not hard to find a lucrative bonus that you can use to grow your bankroll. Unfortunately, most high-value welcome bonuses are not valid on roulette, which is why you need to read bonus reviews to be sure.
Tip #5: Bet Small
When you think of a pro roulette player, the chances are that you are picturing a high-roller. The reality, however, is that pro players build a huge bank by wagering small amounts over a very long period. It’s part of bankroll management 101.
Tip #6: Avoid Red and Black Bets
It’s super easy to bet on red or black, but think about it: are there only two colours on the wheel? Hint: green. In fact, colour bets typically give the house a significant edge of 5.26% or more, which is the reason why most pro players stay away from such bets.
There you have it, the roulette tips and tricks approved by the pros. Remember it’s all about picking the right online casino, betting small, and managing your bankroll more effectively.
6 Jan. 2020, by Ari Waknine
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