MC Roulette System
You can start with a very small bankroll, as low as $50 for a table with a $5 minimum bet, and only twenty dollars on a table with $2 minimum. This is played in five (5) $1 chips rather than one straight up number. I personally recommend a $100 bankroll divided into two session bankrolls of fifty dollars each. It can make a lot of money and has paid most of my expenses for several trips to the Caribbean! You don't have to be a high roller and it offers one of the best ways of playing and being able to get your original bets back without risking a great sum of money. It involves playing on the "inside", betting the individual number(s) with the higher payouts, still minimizing your bets. (playing multiple $1 bets totaling at least the table minimum). It allows you to play 9 numbers (that increases your chances of winning to 1 in 4.5) with good odds and minimal losses.
If you wish to start with just a small amount of money, or stay even and play for a longer period of time, start with $5 (example 1).
WHAT NUMBERS DO I BET?
Choosing which of the 38 numbers to back is the million dollar question. If you knew which numbers were going to come up, it wouldn't be gambling. You would just walk in and place a large bet on one winning number and go out on the town, or whatever else you might decide to do. The truth is it doesn't happen that way.
Roulette is (in most cases) a pure game of chance in which you have no control over the outcome.
You can play a favorite number, or any number chosen at random and have virtually the same odds. Although any number has an equal chance of "hitting", some numbers tend to be more frequent than others. If you watch any LIVE roulette table for a few minutes, with the same dealer, you may see that a pattern develops (dealer bias), where a certain dealer may spin a higher percentage of high numbers (3rd dozen) than lower numbers (1st dozen). A wheel that is worn or even slightly out of balance may also cause a higher percentage of numbers in a small sector of the wheel to be "hot." (wheel bias) The precision with which today's wheels are made make this extremely hard to detect.
The method I prefer is to watch the wheel for five spins, and bet a center column number that has not "come out", along with it's corners (example 1) you are covering nine numbers, 23.7% of the layout or corners and sides (example 2) you are covering 15 numbers, 39.5% of the layout, in the dozen where the highest percentage of the five numbers came up.
If none of your numbers appear three spins in a row, double your bet for the next two spins, then revert back to your original bet.
DECREASE YOUR RISK
Spread your bets across the layout to insure that you're going to win something every few spins. If you have a few favorite numbers, bet the corners and the splits.
This way, even if your favorite number doesn't hit, some of the adjacent numbers probably will.
Take a look to see the difference. Instead of betting $5 straight up on a number, put a dollar straight up and a dollar on all four corners.
If it hits, it won't pay you $175, but you're actually betting on a total of 9 numbers, which pays a minimum of $8. However, your odds of winning something are increased from 37 to 1 to approximately 4.5 to 1 on each spin of the wheel.
5 CHIP BET: Play a center column bet and all four of its corners. You are covering 9 numbers.
In this example:
(22, 24, 28, 30) each pay to 8 to 1 +1 + 4 chips
(23, 25, 27, 29) each pay 8 to 1 X 2 +2 + 13 chips
(26) pays 35 to 1 plus 8 to 1 X 4 +5 + 67 chips
For the same odds (4.5 to 1) , with a significant increase in return, you can try this:
9 CHIP BET: Play a center column bet, all 4 sides and all four corners. You are covering 9 numbers.
In this example:
(22, 24, 28, 30) each pay 8 to 1 +1 + 0 chips
(23, 25, 27, 29) each pay 8 to 1 X 2 plus 17 to 1 +3 + 27 chips
(26)pays 35 to 1 plus 8 to 1 X 4 plus 17 to 1 X 4 +9 + 135 chips
10 CHIP BET: Play two center column bets and all four of their corners. You are covering 15 numbers.
In this example:
(16, 18, 28, 30) each pay 8 to 1 +1 - 1 chip
(17, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, 29) each pay 8 to 1 X 2 +2 + 6 chips
(23) pays 8 to 1 X 4 +4 + 26 chips
(20, 26) pays 35 to 1 plus 8 to 1 X 4 +5 + 67 chips
10 CHIP BET: Play two center column bets and all four of their corners. You are covering 18 numbers.
In this example:
(16, 18, 22, 24, 25, 27, 31, 33) each pay 8 to 1 +1 - 1 chip
(17, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28, 30, 32) each pay 8 to 1 X 2 +2 + 6 chips
(20, 29) pays 35 to 1 plus 8 to 1 X 4 +5 + 67 chips
I usually add one chip to any of my inside bets (as shown above) and play the "basket", (0, 00, 2) just to cover the odds, if it hits, it pays 11 to 1 (+6 chips or +1 chip), it pays off in the long run. By adding this bet to your bet as shown above you now cover 12 to 19 numbers and increase your chances of winning to 3.5 to 1 or in example #3, 2.5 to 1 (+1 chip).
If you wish to win more money, increase your bet, but increase all bets equally in order to cut losses proportionately. Win or lose, I usually play the same bet(s) for at least twenty to thirty spins, then if it is HOT, I continue, if not I may choose another center column bet and play the same pattern around it, find another table, or just take a break.
You of course can quit and take the loss at any time. The chance of your number not coming up 35 times straight is the same as it is after just one spin, 38 to 1.
However, I have hit as many as 19 "wins" in 35 spins netting several hundred dollars in just about an hour. Add this to the free drinks, discount or free travel, free meals, free shows and other "comps" and a five day trip can net you a couple of thousand dollars and a great time in the islands to boot. It will give you a whole new meaning to the term, "paid vacation".
This short look at my roulette system is only a guide and cannot guarantee you will win if you follow one or more of the sections. It is however, an account of my own personal experience in betting at the roulette table and it has worked consistently for myself and others. This system has worked for me and several close friends and it has paid for many trips to the Bahamas and Aruba. I plan trips to the Caribbean at least once a month and can be found in LIVE Dealer US casinos as well.