This post is syndicated by the Las Vegas Advisor for the 888 casino group. Anthony Curtis comments on the 888 article introduced and linked to on this page.
AC says: There are ways to beat roulette, e.g., exploiting biased wheels or applying physics in what’s referred to as prediction, but playing hot or cold numbers isn’t one of them. To be fair, the author cautions several times that hot- and-cold-number strategies can blow up in your face, but he never comes out and debunks them. On the contrary, while no specific claims are made, the tone of the article is that this might be a winning strategy. It’s not. If you’re a systems player who doesn’t mind playing a negative-expectation game, playing hot or cold numbers won’t make things any worse than betting randomly, so there’s no real harm done. Just be aware that your expectation on every bet on a double-zero wheel is -5.26%. A better strategy is to find a wheel (for the same stakes) with a single zero to cut the edge to -2.7%. Better yet, play with a 2-1 matchplay coupon.
This article was written by Stephen R. Tabone in association with 888Casino.
Can understanding hot and cold roulette numbers improve your chances of winning?
Roulette is a game of chance, but we are always on the lookout for strategies to improve our odds of winning. One of the most popular roulette strategies is based on hot and cold numbers. But will understanding and implementing it improve our chances of winning?
In this article, I will explain what hot and cold numbers are, and whether betting on them can really help you win at roulette. I will also introduce a new roulette betting strategy that focuses on warm zone roulette numbers, which may increase your chances of winning.
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