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How to Beat Roullete


Roullete is a casino game that involves betting on the outcome of a spinning wheel. It is a game of chance and luck, but it can be beaten with a little knowledge. There are many systems available, some simple and some complicated, but the one that works best is based on the mathematical principles of probability. There are also a number of tricks that can be used to increase your chances of winning.

The roulette cylinder was invented in a primitive form in the 17th century by French physicist Blaise Pascal who had been trying to create a perpetual motion machine. A single zero was added to the wheel in the 1800s to give the house a better advantage. It is now a popular gambling game all over the world.

Prior to the wheel spinning, players place their bets by laying down chips on a betting mat, the precise location of the chips indicating the type of bet being made. Bets on six numbers or less are known as Inside bets, while those on 12 or more are called Outside bets. Bets on either red or black, odd or even, are also possible.

Once the ball is released, it spins and bounces around the wheel until it comes to rest in a compartment. If a player has bet on that compartment and it contains the number he or she had chosen, the player wins.

A common bet is on the number 7, as it is associated with luck. Others include the numbers 23 and 24, which are found in the center of the board. Those who like to bet on multiple numbers can do so by placing their chips on a ‘Dozen’ bet, which pays out 2-1 if the ball hits any of the first 12, second, or third dozen sections.

Although the ‘High/Low’ and ‘Columns’ bets are among the more popular, there are numerous other options as well. The symmetry of the European wheel is such that there are no high and low red or black numbers next to each other, and there are no black high and low numbers between 19 and 36 (the’second dozens’). By placing your bets on these sections, you can take advantage of this symmetry.