Very shortly you will realise that betting on roulette online is a completely different ball game than the roulette game played in a casino. Roulette is a game of luck and quite frankly we can’t all afford to be always lucky.
Roulette is a game of skill. Some people can win and most people will never win, but at times when a system has been applied it becomes possible to win. I should know, I have been both lucky and unlucky in this area. In a previous life I was not much of gambler, I kept my money saved and I only bet on the one I knew I had a greater chance of winning. I did not trust my instincts, I let my emotions dictate my betting, but I am slowly starting to trust them.
Late last year, I experienced something that few gamblers experience. I actually believed I was going to lose. But when I played my first martingale game, I won $200 in the first half hour. From then on in the $400 of the game, I kept betting and win. Slowly but surely, I have now doubled my money, in five days or so. All this time I have not even been tilting. The scary part is that people actually win and they don’t know it!
The explanation is actually quite simple. Most of the bettors, via some form of progression, actually bet the house, as it were. They rarely if ever win. Then they continue and bet against the same dealer. They are betting solely on red/black or high/low. They rarely win. Then they continue and bet against the same dealer. They are betting solely on red/black or high/low.
As the hour mark approaches, it is time to start to bet aggressively because the stakes are going up. Many people are going to lose their nerve and avoid the game because the gamble is just not worth it. They haven’t got the same strategy as the pro’s. Their fear is actually worth more than their winnings.
Have you every seen someone at the table who is so nervous they barely speak. They are nervous to raise their bet, so they never do. They avoid nervous people. Why, because they know it takes less energy to stay calm than to stand in front of a Raise, so they subconsciously avoid it. Do you want to be that nervous person?
Or, do you want to bet the house on a red, black, odd, even, high or low chance? If you are, you are a gambler! You are not a professional, yet, yet you are a human being and a human being must have a chance to win. How do you accomplish this?
You are going to need a little bit of help, of course. First, you are going to need to study a little bit and learn as much as you can on the subject. You are going to need to read as much as you can find on the subject. But you are not going to do that overnight. It will take you a little while.
In the meantime, the “Naga303” on which you can base your entire strategy is knowing the statistics. Knowing the odds is not entirely important, although it helps in your strategy. But if you want to win, you are going to need to do the little bit of research, the little bit of trial and error, and you will need to practice the game a lot.
I have been playing for close to 30 years, and I am probably more qualified than anybody else who has to offer advice today. I have been in the field long enough to know that nothing works forever. The subject is constantly being researched and re-visit as new material comes to light.
Yes, practice makes perfect, but you really need to play a lot in order to know how to play; and you need to retain your winnings so that you have a decent bankroll from which to work. I use the term bankroll in the poker sense. Win or lose, you should never lose your cool. That is not to say that you are going to be perfect, that is only to be expected. You are only human. You will make mistakes, that is just life. But you need to have enough knowledge of the game to be able to weather the storm.