Roulette

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$5Bill
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Roulette

Post by $5Bill » Wed May 13, 2020 12:36 pm

May 13th 2020




(I made this in Photoshop. Feel free to copy it and us it.)

I like playing the Action Numbers. I always keep a Crib Sheet with me in my note pad in case I forget which numbers I need to play.
You put 3 units on the 1-4 double street, 3 units on the 10-13 double street, 2 units on quad numbers 17,18,20 and 21, and put 3 units on the 28-31 double street. This covers the numbers evenly all around the wheel, and is a decent way to play the game.


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The other play I use is the; "1st dozen and second dozen" equal amounts on both.


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Re: Roulette

Post by 22Inside » Wed May 13, 2020 2:43 pm

Thanks for this Bill. I always forget what the Patrick play is, but it is a good way to play the game.

11 units at risk per spin.

- The double street hits pay 5 to 1, or 15 units for a net of +4 units
- The quad hits pay 8 to 1, or 16 units for a net of +5 units

On each spin, 22 of the 38 numbers are covered, or 57.9%

My son is a fan of the 2 dozen play although I think he'll choose the 2 dozen bets based on past spin results rather that always playing the same ones.

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Re: Roulette

Post by thnick » Wed May 13, 2020 3:54 pm

Not a big player of roulette, but it seems to me if a player played two columns..the 2-1 bet at the bottom, you'd have better odds. $10 on column 1 and 2..Taking the zeros into account you still have over a 60% chance of winning. No? It's a slow grind for sure, but you could martingale it.

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Re: Roulette

Post by 22Inside » Thu May 14, 2020 7:50 am

thnick wrote:
Wed May 13, 2020 3:54 pm
Not a big player of roulette, but it seems to me if a player played two columns..the 2-1 bet at the bottom, you'd have better odds. $10 on column 1 and 2..Taking the zeros into account you still have over a 60% chance of winning. No? It's a slow grind for sure, but you could martingale it.
Heavy has a play that involves using the column bets along with either a red or black bet.

I don't view Roulette as any more than a diversion from craps and an opportunity to get off your feet for a bit. A grind play is exactly what I would be looking for.

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Re: Roulette

Post by wild child » Thu May 14, 2020 9:36 am

22Inside
Using Heavy's Verticle Column & color
"get off mike&ike(my dogs) play"
on their bubble roulette wheel at Palace Casino Biloxi
essentially an invitation to reach deep into the cookie jar

Also seldom need to share space with the typical $2/$3 craps clientele
w c

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