Free Roulette System That Wins

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					by: R Russell

Many roulette systems have been tried out over the years, most failing miserably - a classic
example would be the 'Martingale' system, which expects you to continue 'doubling up' on losing
bets with the only certainty being that at some point it will clean you out.

The 'Supabets' (TM) method though, relies on 2 things for its success. First, the existance of
online casinos, where there are no pit staff to notice what you are doing and throw you out, and
second, the fact that the standard roulette table has an inbuilt flaw that is easy to exploit.

Groundwork - aside from the 0 or 00, each roulette number is either black or red, and if you bet
on black or red, you win evens. The house edge in this case is the gree 0 or 00. So far so good.
The roulette table, however, is split into 3 columns, each of which holds 12 numbers (i.e. a third
of all numbers, ignoring the 0 and 00).

Now this is where it gets interesting - the first column has 6 red and 6 black numbers, while the
second column has only 4 red and 8 black. The third column, of course, has 4 black and 8 red
numbers. You can probably already see where this is going, can't you! If we ignore the zeros,
then red and black have a roughly equal chance of turning up. It's like the toss of a coin, half the
time it will be heads, half the time tails.

To use the 'Supabets' (TM) system, choose red or black as your target in this session. If you
choose to bet on red, you bet $X on the color red, and THE SAME AMOUNT on the second
'column'. If you bet black, bet $X on the color black and an equal amount on 'column 3'.
Whatever color you chose, you are now covering 26 numbers out of a possible 38, for only 2 x
$X. If your chosen color comes up, you get back even money - i.e. the spin didn't cost you
anything. If you only win on your column selection, you will make half of what you bet in pure
profit. If both the color and the column come up you will win 1.5 times your initial bet.

Of course, in a real world casino, the pit staff will spot this pretty quick, and ask you to leave,
because they aren't charities! Online, it's not a problem, and you can bet away to your hearts
content. To summarise - bet equally on (a) red and the 2nd column or (b) black and the 3rd
column. Make sure that you set a limit for the day beyond which you won't go, and stick to it.
NEVER get tempted to 'double up' or try to recoup losses - remember that losses are your
'business expenses', and should be expected from time to time. When you get ahead, either take
your money off the table, or raise your bets (because you are now effectively playing with
someone elses money!). That's all there is to it - good luck!

This article was posted on January 14, 2005