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GIK Acoustics - Europe
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The Moshville Times

Top 5 books to learn Roulette strategy

Roulette is a game of chance. Anything can happen after the ball is rolled out by the croupier. But over the years, players have deciphered some roulette systems that can tip the favour on your palette. Check these books out to understand Roulette strategy which you can use when you head over to your nearby casino or open your favourite Live Roulette game from your smartphone. Of course, you won’t turn into a millionaire overnight! Practicing regularly is the key. So, let’s get into it right away!

Gamble to Win Roulette

The author of this book, R.D.Ellison discusses the betting Roulette tips and strategies in a plain and simple manner. The author clearly mentions why Roulette strategy is an indispensable tool to win the game and have discussed how to use the strategies carefully. If you get confused with English and French Roulette, then this book will be great for you.

Roulette Odds and Profits: The Mathematics of Complex Bets

Heard about the Martingale (betting system) system? Do you know about any other better Roulette strategy? If you don’t, then give this book a try.  This book is specifically for players who have played the game for a while and includes a lot of probabilities as well as mathematics. The author, Catalin Barboianu has explained different types of bets in three categories – simple, complex and improved. In the improved list, the author has explained in detail several unconventional betting systems like  Betting on colour and on numbers of the opposite colour and Betting on High/Low and on splits of low/high numbers. Check this game out if you want to know the game from a mathematical point of view.

Secrets of Winning Roulette

Written by Marten Jensen a.k.a. ‘Doctor of Gambling’, this 200-page book is a masterpiece on how to beat the game. Although the author does not advocate cheating, he clearly mentions some great ways of not losing in each and every game through some slight use of Roulette tips and strategies as well as in-game techniques. This book is a great buy if you are keen on learning how to play the game, the reason to play the game and several betting strategies. You can also learn how cheating has evolved over the years and what techniques of the game can be misused for your own benefit. We highly recommend this book for every Roulette lover!

Get the Edge at Roulette

This book by Christopher Pawlicki is not only a must for every player who plays live games but also for players who spend their time in online Roulette.  The book explains how to manage your bankroll effectively and how to not go bankrupt during the course of the game with clever Roulette strategy. He has explained why the progressive betting system is not that effective has explained the physical construction of the tables. After reading, you will be able to predict a spin on a biased table and how to check a biased wheel.

A Pros Guide to Managing Your Money and Beating the Wheel

This book is great if you want to use your bankroll judiciously. You can tell that this book is great simply after hearing the author’s name who is a renowned professional gambler, John Patrick. You won’t find any clever cheating techniques in this book. Instead, the author has focused on providing readers with guides on how to manage money while playing the game. You can learn several ways how to make your bets during a Roulette session and how you can eventually win big through consecutive gameplays and proper use of Roulette strategy. This book is not only great for beginners, but also for seasoned experts as well.

About The Author

Mosh

Father of three. Teacher of Computing. PADI divemaster. Krav Maga Assistant Instructor. Geordie. Geek. Nerd. Metal nut. I also own and run a website - you may have heard of it.

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