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How to win Roulette

There are few games that provide equally strong associations to the classic casino atmosphere that roulette makes. Even if you've never put your legs in the doors of a casino, you've guaranteed both seen and heard about the game in countless movie scenes. And it makes sense that the game has gained such a strong position both in the casino world and in popular culture, because the game is one of the games that featured in the early 1900s of the casinos. Then new immigrated Europeans had taken it over the ocean to America. Although the origin of roulette is not entirely clear, we can safely say that it was played in France for a couple of hundred years before it joined the new continent. Already, the simple rules and the high level of excitement fascinated with players.

The basic principle in roulette is extremely simple: it's about ticking what number a spinning bullet lands on. The ball is spinning along the edge of a roller wheel, and this wheel has very special features: It is divided into 37 or 38 pockets, each numbered with a number from 0 to 36. In the American version of the scroll wheel, the wheel has one Extra pocket, numbered by 00. The numbers between 1 and 36 are every other black and every other red, while the pocket (s) numbered with 0 is green (s). It is up to the player whether he or she will bet on a single number, a number group or, for example, a color. This way you decide what risk you take, and thus the odds of winning.

As a player, your task in roulette is to decide how safe you want to bet and how much you want to bet. Last but not least, you must of course choose exactly what you want to bet. All that time roulette is a pure chance game, it's the assessment of how much you want to bet which is the most important. Even though you bet as safe as possible, for example, all odds or even numbers, you have a better chance of tipping errors than just. Therefore, never bet more than you can afford to lose. When, on the other hand, you consider how good your return can be if you should slum to win when you bet bravely, it's worth the money to give it some try.

As said, there is always a slightly greater chance of tipping wrong than just when playing roulette, and that forecast does not change even if you play many rounds one after another; every time the game starts again, it is again by chance that the bullet lands. Having said that, roulette is a game that can potentially give a very good return. If you bet on a number and win, the payout amount is 35 to 1 of what you originally bet, plus the bet back. If you bet a dog tie, you will then pay 3600 kroner. It goes without saying that it can make nice sums, if you manage to control the effort, and in addition, the flop is on your side. Not least: You get a lot of excitement on your purchase!

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