American Roulette

Roulette has its origin in France, over there the 18th century and was, from the beginning, one of the most popular gambling in the casinos. In 1842, the roulette received the box of zero, which grants the casino a 2.7% advantage and in 1863 Louis Blanc introduces the modern roulette in the great Montecarlo Casino. To date, the person who has earned the most money in Roulette was Charles Wells in 1891, when he made the Banking of the Montercarlo Casino winning 2m from the time. No one has surpassed his winning streak, which was that was 23 of the 30 consecutive rounds in which he participated.

But what characterizes the American roulette is that, in addition to a 'zero' box, it has a 'double-zero' box. So let's see how the American Roulette is played and what are the best tricks to win.

How to play American Roulette

Basically, the game has 3 parts:

  1. Players must intuit where the ball will fall and make their bet on a board.
  2. The croupier spins the roulette and throws the ball
  3. When the ball falls, the croupier announces the winner and the next round is prepared.

The board is divided different sections and depending on where the bet is made, this will be interior or exterior:

Interior bets

  • A bet on a single number is paid at 35: 1
  • A bet covering two adjacent numbers, is paid at 17: 1
  • A bet on a column of three numbers, is paid at 11: 1
  • A bet on a corner of the board, is paid at 8: 1
  • A two-column bet is paid at 5: 1
  • A bet covering 0, 00, 1, 2 and 3, is paid at 6: 1

Outdoor bets

  • Bet to a 12-numbers column, it is paid at 2: 1
  • A bet on 12 consecutive numbers, is paid at 2: 1
  • Pair or odd bets (ODD / Even) is paid at 1: 1
  • Red or black bets, it is also paid to 1: 1
  • Bets that cover 1-18 and 19-36, is also paid at 1: 1

What happens with double-zero?

One of the drawbacks of American Roulette is that the possibilities that banking Gane is higher than in the European version. In European Roulette there are 37 boxes (from 0 to 36), while in the American version there are 38 boxes (00 and from 0 to 36). This means that, in American Roulette, there is a 5.26% chance that the ball fall into a box that favors banking, while, in the European version, having less boxes, the chances of this happening are from 2.70%.

How to win American Roulette?

When we play for the first time American roulette it may seem that everything depends on the luck factor. This is so ... and not, because everything depends on the mathematical probability factor.

In all the years of existence of roulette, more or less sophisticated game techniques have been developed to obtain the maximum benefits. Without forgetting that each player can develop his own strategy, the main methods are these:

Método surprised

It is the most intuitive and the most widespread and is based on bending the bets after losing in a game. For example: We bet on a color bending each time the bet. The simple mathematical probability tells us that at some point we will win and will be at that moment when we will recover the losses. But beware: this is not always like that and it can happen that, after a number of bets, you are unlawful.

Métoodo the oldemetert

Developed in the 18th century, it is an adaptation of the Martingala method. It is about reducing the bet on a unit every time we lose. Instead of bending each time we lose, we increase it only in 1 unit (€ 1 or $ 1)

Fibonacci Method

This method is based on the Fibonacci sequence (1-1-2-3-5-8-13-21-34-55 ...). It consists of betting up the two previous bets to get the amount we will bet on the next. But, as with the Martingala method, the chances of earn a lot of money are considerable, but so are those of losing.

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