Playing Even Chances in Roulette using Roulette Key Gold software
Gambling on Roulette is not for everyone. This is not a get rich scheme and definitely not for Widows & orphans. Unless you are very lucky and careful you will lose.
My book and program may help you understand this boring but sometimes profitable game.
Many players treat it as a bit of fun sometimes profitable sometimes not.
During most sessions they may find themselves in profit at some point but then the majority find it difficult to stop,
there are no guarantees except "The longer you play the more likely you are to lose".
OK, that's the warning out of the way. I make no promises, hopefully I'll help you play better.
First of all what do we mean when we say even chances in Roulette ?
Ignoring the Zero the ball can either land on Odd or Even, High or Low, Red or Black.
For this example I'll look at the possible outcomes on the colours Red or Black
In one spin there are 2 possible outcomes
In two spins there are 4 possible outcomes
In three spins there are 8 possible outcomes
Red, Red, Red
Red, Red, Black
Red, Black, Red
Red, Black, Black
Black, Red, Red
Black, Red, Black
Black, Black, Red
Black, Black, Black
Rather than type all the possibilities out the following calculations are
In three spins there are 8 possible outcomes
In four spins there are 16 possible outcomes
In five spins there are 32 possible outcomes
In six spins there are 64 possible outcomes
In seven spins there are 128 possible outcomes
In eight spins there are 256 possible outcomes
In nine spins there are 512 possible outcomes
Bearing all this in mind mightn't it be a feasible bet to bet against say Red repeating 9 times?
Most of the time it won't happen. You may say it still has a 1 in 2 chance of appearing, theoretically it has or has it?
One problem is that it is relatively easy to observe the normal even chances but what about the others ? Surely there are more than 6 types of even chance?
So to wait for a run of 7 or more you may have to wait a long time.
To make it easier RouletteKeyGold not only counts these normal even chances it also counts another 60 sets, 37 on the wheel, these are the consecutive numbers on the wheel.
Many casinos have a facility for betting on 'Neighbours' so although it takes a little practice one can soon become adept at placing 18 small stakes on virually half the wheel.
The Payout is the same as betting on a normal even chance if you bet 18 bets at 10 cents(pence) or whatever and win your return is $3.60 or £3.60. Exactly the same as if you won on Red, Odd etc.
Not only does RKG count these even chances on the wheel it also counts more than twenty on the table!
A bet on 18 numbers on the table can consist of three sixain bets
For example on could bet on numbers 28-36, 4-9 & 16-21 if they'd slept the required amount.
setting an alert for 8 on Even Chances in Roulette
When the alert for Evens being set at 7 as above you will get an alert every time an even chance has 'slept' more than 7 times.
The chances of this happening are quite rare and and on any one even chance the probability is only once in every 318 spins.
In most versions of Roulette there are only 6 even chances these are:
Odd or Even
High or Low
Red or Black
On opening RKG click on the Red Numbers ,7,16,19,23,25,27,30,32 A square chip is now shown on Black because Black has 'slept' 8 times.
Black has now slept more than 7 times so an alert is shown
As hoped for the next number up is black 28 followed by 30,27 & 16,
then I get alerted to another even chance of 18numbers these are 1-6, 10-15 & 19-24
An alert on 3 sixains
The next numbers up are 1,24,13 & 16.
I now get an alert on 18 numbers from 31
An alert for 18 consecutive numbers on the roulette wheel
Right clicking on the number 31 in the upper half of the window shows me the position of 31 in the lower half of the window.(the window may need resizing to show this)
The chips and wheel section are now highlighted.
As there are 37 numbers on a European Roulette Wheel there are therefore 37 sets of 18 numbers that RouletteKeyGold can watch.
Despite the chances being heavily in your favour this is not for widows & orphans, it is not a way to get rich quickly.
Can you trust an online casino (essentially a computer program) not to play against you?
Many people have said that RNG (Random Number Generator) are biased against the player. Many players have witnessed one colour (or another supposed even chance) come up a dozen times or even more. Mathematically speaking the probability of this is once in every 5690, but it happens, frequently, just ask anyone who plays roulette.
However, RNG casinos are much quicker than 'live' games and the minimum stakes are often lower. Another great advantage of RNG casinos is that they are not as boring if you're waiting for a particular set of circumstances at a live casino it may take days even weeks to occur. The best seem to manage about 1 spin a minute even then it can take a long time.
Minimising the Risk
However you play roulette it is a risky game. You may say things like Red has gome up 11 times it's over 5000 to one it will come up again, so you bet on Black, in one way it is over 5000 to 1 you will lose but there is still a 50% chance of getting it wrong!
Then there is the Zero, on a European table there is one zero which is Green. If this turns up which has a probability of 1 in 37 then you lose most normal even chance bets, that is unless you find a table playing French Roulette in which case half your stake may be returned.
So if you don't trust RNG casinos play Live casinos preferably French.
One online casino even offers a no-zero wheel, I hesitate to recomend it but I have some success with it (as well as failures). As there is no zero there is no house edge instead they ask for 10% of your winnings.
Another online casino has stakes as low as 1cent. This can be a European cent or an American cent. So you can deposit $10.00 and have up to 1000 bets !
To hone your techniques you can play on practice wheels in 'fun' mode. Or you can buy a toy roulette wheel if you decide on the latter ensure it only has one zero.(not an American layout)
Some sceptics claim its easier to win in 'fun' mode and you only start losing when you play for real money. I don't know if they are correct or not, I prefer to play for cash using low stakes and I make a point of testing how easy it is to withdraw my money whenever I want to.
Many online casinos offer free bonuses like deposit $50 get a 200% bonus and play with $150.00.
To be safe I recommend you Avoid such bonuses as they come with tricky terms and conditions such as you must bet 20 times the bonus amount before you can withdraw anything! As if that's not difficult enough you may find that betting on Roulette is excluded or only counts 10% or so towards you required playthrough.
How can you go wrong ?
Well first of all there is Sod's or Murphy's Law which states "If it can go wrong it will go wrong". Secondly there is greed, many gamblers find it incredibly difficult to stop I could say 'especially when winning' but one can also say 'especially when losing' both statements are equally true.
Many purveyors of Roulette Systems make wild claims things like "Ex Croupier Reveals All", "I make $250-$280 an hour", $40,000-$50,000 a month", "Bleed The Casinos Dry", "28 Year Old Ex Casino Worker Reveals Secret Roulette System That makes £2100.72 in just 2 Days"
All these statements have been made by system sellers and I don't believe any of them!
I may be wrong, I'm not saying you can't win but I do say you will also lose and therefore the only guarantee I can make is The longer you play the more likely you are to lose
Roulette Key Gold
Roulette Key Gold is a program based on the book "The Winning Rules Or Roulette Practically Considered by Sperienza -1905 "
Peter said " I was lucky enough to across this fascinating book in an antique shop. As I had some programming and mathematical skills I decided to test all the techniques using a computer.
I was very impressed and included every system in the book in my program, I also rewrote the book for Modern times and have included links to online demonstrations."
Peters new book is called "Online Roulette The Winning Rules." ISBN 9781500758806 it is available as a paperback and an ebook.
Roulette Key Gold is undergoing continuous development based on feedback from customers. It's not cheap, cheaper programs are available it's sold on subscription at £50.00 a year.
Unlike many systems it doesn't include affiliate links to casinos. I believe any systems that tell you where to play should be treated with suspicion.
All subscribers receive a free copy of my ebook or a refund if they've already purchased it.
The video below shows real play at a low stakes casino
About the Author
About the Author Peter started programming computers in the early 1980's. He soon discovered he had a knack for it. He wrote programs for his own manufacturing business and started a small business writing programs for other small businesses. He has written programs for small businesses including shopkeepers, lorry drivers , estate agents, cardboard box makers, steel stockholders, toy makers, metal platers, conference organisers, retailers etc. Peter was able to analyse their needs and processes and transfer the repetitive tasks to a computer program. Peter has since been to university (Exeter) as a mature student and qualified as a tutor in IT & Mathematics. Although Peter occasionally enjoys gambling he admits he finds Roulette boring. Peter doesn’t consider himself a gambler but a programmer. However, he enjoys the challenge of beating the wheel. His latest program is RouletteKeyGold which is aimed at serious online roulette players. Unusually, the majority of systems in this book require level stakes, no increasing bets after a loss! Most systems in this book are classic techniques from "The Winning Rules or Roulette Practically Considered", Sperienza, 1905. Peter came across this book in an Antiquarian Bookseller and decided it would be an interesting project for a computer program. This book is a result of studying the book and writing the program. The techniques in this book are explained in modern day English, and updated for Internet use, instructions are given for RouletteKeyGold and links to online videos usually for real cash play are provided. No promises are made and Peter doesn't receive any payments, in the form of introductory fees or commissions from casinos. All the systems in this book are included in Roulette Key Gold. The program is by no means essential but it is available as a free trial from RouletteKeyGold.com.