The point you become greedy, and hope to get "lucky", is the time you squander all of your cash. Sounds a bit weird, but it seems to be accurate. It seems the only time I ever amass money is when I do not worry about blowing it. I went to the the casino last night with twenty dollars. I could not care less about squandering it, who cares about 20 dollars? So guess what happened? I left with $120 in profit in a few hours!

A different time I was at the casino with my buddy Ben. I went in with 100 dollars that I couldn’t bear to squander. I got greedy, I got scared, and I ended up wagering too much and losing it in 30 minutes! The lesson my friends is at no time wager more than you can afford to squander. If you don’t worry about squandering, you have a lot more chance of profiting big!

What other ways can you improve your chances of succeeding at Roulette other than making a budget? Never bet on individual numbers! Sure, they come up every once in a while, but they don’t hit enough to guarantee a dependable profit. Only bet on even wagers for example black, red, odd, even, 1-18, and 19-36, and 2:1 wagers e.g. first 12, second dozen, 3rd 12, etc Bet on odds that pay out relatively high.

With the basic rules reviewed, how else might we further increase our odds of succeeding at Roulette? By making probability into our friend, instead of our opposition. "You can not be a winner at Roulette", my friend Charles would say to me. "It is completely arbitrary because any number can come up". Sure, my friend Matt has a point, however at the same time, he is overlooking an important part of the picture. I totally agree, red or black possibly could be landed on thirty times in a row, but how frequently does that happen?