Best Ways to Play roulette

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The James Bond Roulette Strategy

James Bond's strategy is one of the riskiest strategies, but it also has a maximum reward. To play this strategy you need at least $200. 

How to Play:

- Place $140 on the high numbers (19-36).

- Bet $50 on the numbers 13 through 18.

- Place $10 on 0 for insurance.


If luck is not in your favor, then you just lost $200. But, if any of the bets come, then you have a pretty hefty profit. If 19-36 pockets, then you have earned $80. If 13-18 shows up, then you win $100, and if 0 shows up then you are up to $160.

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The Fibonacci Strategy

The Fibonacci strategy involves betting by adding the last two bets together. With this strategy, you can leave the table with a profit even if you lost more games than you have won. For example:

Bet Black, $1 – lose

Bet Black, $1 – lose

Bet Black, $2 – lose

Bet Black, $3 – lose

Bet Black, $5 – win

Bet Black, $2 – lose

Bet Black, $3 – win

Bet Black, $1 – win

Bet Black, $1 – win

So, the total will be: - 1 - 1 - 2 - 3 + 5 - 2 + 3 + 1 + 1 = +1

So, even when you lost five bets and won only four, you are ahead by one. 

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Reverse Martingale Strategy

As the name suggests, the reverse martingale strategy is the opposite of the martingale roulette strategy. Increase your bets when you win, and lower them when you lose. The idea here is to capitalize on hot streaks and keep your losses to a minimum. This strategy is as risky as it is rewarding as if you lose, you can lose most of your entire earnings in one go as well.

Reverse Martingale Strategy

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The Martingale Roulette Strategy

The Martingale strategy involves doubling your bets after you take a loss, to recoup all previous losses and gain a small profit at the end. In this, you place all your wagers only on a single color and continue doubling them till you win or till you recover the losses. 

The Martingale Roulette Strategy

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The D’Alembert strategy

The D’Alembert is one of the safest strategies to play roulette. In this, you increase your wager by one after a loss and decrease the wager by one when you win. Walk away when you have an equal number of wins as losses. 

If you are on a losing streak, stick tight and play till the winning picks up and equals the losses. If you are riding high on a winning streak, then play till your wins equal your total losses. The only disadvantage of this strategy is that you have to keep a count of your wins and losses. 

The D’Alembert strategy

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