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Winning Roulette Strategies
Morne Campher
By Morne Campher
Published on April 3, 2012
More roulette strategies explained.

 The Shower Strategy

Throughout the ages people have always tried to come up with winning roulette strategies. Here are just two of them.

The Shower Roulette Strategy promises high payouts, but is quite complicated. An easy explanation follows.

Keep an eye on four different tables. Take a note of all the different numbers that win. Do this for 60 spins at each table.

After seeing the lucky numbers at each table you choose a table and start betting. Choose a table where four of your numbers have been repeated. Bet on the four numbers you have collected during your time of observation.

Your bet should be exactly 100% less than your bankroll.
That means that if you plan to wager $2 you should have a bankroll of $200 as well as a $200 backup. You then wager on the same number for 30 spins. Once you have doubled your bankroll you may increase your betting amount.

A Patient Roulette Strategy

Armed with patience, this strategy will keep you  entertained for a long time and will bring you great winnings.

You’ll need a bankroll of $506. It may be lower, but the
lower your bankroll, the less losing spins you’ll be able to carry. Choose a number and start betting.

Begin with a $2 bet and hold it for 27 spins.
Increase your betting amount to $3 for another 10 spins.
Bet $4 for 8 spins.
Increase again to $5 for 6 spins.
Bet $6 for another 6 spins.
Now for the sixth step. Bet $7 for 4 spins.
Bet $8 for 4 spins.
Bet $9 for 4 spins.
Bet $10 for 3 spins.
Bet $11 for 3 spins.
Bet $12 for 3 spins.
Bet $13 for 3 spins.
Bet $14 for 2 spins.
Bet $15 for 2 spins.
Bet $16 for 2 spins.

Using a roulette strategy that eliminates the house edge will help you to make a profit in the long run. Research has shown that any number will usually come up before 50 spins.

For places to put these strategies to use for free go to Ultimate Online Casinos. Follow the discussion on Facebook and share your experiences.