How hard is it to win on roulette

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I tried my luck I thought I would win but I didn't what's the best strategy to win don't even understand roulette fully
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I don't think asking TSRians would be a good idea....
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I'm recovering from my roulette addiction.
do not try it please.
there are some strategies that work in the short term, but greed suddenly takes over and you find yourself betting 500's.
doesn't sound like you now but I promise you, it'll end up happening.

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There is no strategy, the house always has an edge.
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(Original post by unaManzana)
I'm recovering from my roulette addiction.
do not try it please.
there are some strategies that work in the short term, but greed suddenly takes over and you find yourself betting 500's.
doesn't sound like you now but I promise you, it'll end up happening.

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Only lost £1 and I won't be greedy gambling isn't worth it
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There is no strategy, the house always has an edge.
True
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every single time the odds are stacked against you like dude what a stupid question.
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Not that hard but then it actually differs depending on whether you you play American or European. Sometimes it's best to observe for a bit or sit out a turn every now and again to try and see if their is a bias. I've won a lot of money from being smart like that and just playing evens red or black. Taking a conservative approach with the odd **** it moment and betting everything can yield surprising results. Nothing like poker can mind, but it's. But of recreational fun and I don't take it to seriously
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Not that hard but then it actually differs depending on whether you you play American or European. Sometimes it's best to observe for a bit or sit out a turn every now and again to try and see if their is a bias. I've won a lot of money from being smart like that and just playing evens red or black. Taking a conservative approach with the odd **** it moment and betting everything can yield surprising results. Nothing like poker can mind, but it's. But of recreational fun and I don't take it to seriously
Lmao. Solid 7/10 troll attempt
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I once turned £10 into £300 on roulette it is a game of luck.
You can make a profit but to do so would require deep pockets.
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I have won on roulette, but it is only luck if you do. There is no skill involved at all unlike other casino games.

The house has a slight edge because there are zeros on the wheel.

My strategy is a very simple one, I bet either on black or red, and I see how it goes for a while, getting a feel for the table. If I get lucky I will put everything I have on whatever feels right, either black or red.

If it wins everything is doubled and then I always leave the table. If I lose, the same.

It is huge buzz, the adrenalin rush is extraordinary as the ball goes round. But you have to be careful it can be addictive and you must only bet what you can easily afford to lose.

As long as you control it, and not the other way round there are few things to match the excitement, even sex.
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It's random. There is no way. It's like trying to win on slots, it's impossible without cheating. Blackjack, poker, sports have potential to be profitable but not roulette.
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I'm not allowed to play roulette any more.

But I did in Vegas and won quite a bit. Law of averages really, stick with at least one or two numbers and always put something on them. I usually went with either red or even as well.

Look to win a little and often.

No skill involved, know when to stop.
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every single time the odds are stacked against you like dude what a stupid question.
They are not stacked against you.
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(Original post by astutehirstute)
They are not stacked against you.
It is hard to deny that you have every chance of winning though the odds are most definitely stacked against you.
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Much better ways to bet. Unless you're cheating using some sort of illegal device and a lot of skill in using it, there's no real way to strategise with roulette, you're literally trusting to luck.
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Yeah it's pretty fricking addictive. I love the feel though, nothing like it. It's okay if you do it in moderation or on special occasions just don't make it like a crack habit haha
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There is no strategy, the house always has an edge.
That's more true on slots
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I don't think asking TSRians would be a good idea....
It would lol
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only played cs roulette but for games with relatively a 50:50 chance winning there are strategies that pretty much guarantee profit if starting capital's high
heard they're not legal in casinos tho, not sure how it is in reality
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