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Busting the Roulette Myth


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Online roulette is one of the most efficient ways to play the game. It’s also one of the safest. Indeed, when it comes to online roulette there are provisions in place to ensure that the games are as fair and secure as possible.

However, thanks to Hollywood and many years of misinformation dished out by those who played live roulette back in the “old days” rather than the modern equivalent , there are a number of misnomers that still survive on the internet. Giving players a false sense of what they need to do in order to beat roulette, these myths are the reason novices often focus on the wrong things and don’t make as much money as they should.

Fortunately, we’re here to blow away one of the most common roulette myths you might come across when you’re reading strategy articles. Although it might seem obvious to some who play on sites such as 32Red, Unibet or William Hill on a regular basis, the issue of patterns is one that still blinkers a lot of novices and causes them to make incorrect plays at the roulette table.

There are No Patterns!


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Patterns (or in realty the lack thereof) are commonly sought by roulette players across the world because they are seen as a way to beat the system and make a huge profit. In some live casinos there may be an unforeseen bias on a wheel that causes it to favour certain areas of the wheel more than others, however, these cases are rare. Moreover, these issues are always spotted and rectified immediately.

The basic facts of the situation are that searching for patterns in a game of roulette is a fruitless exercise. Wasting endless reams of paper by noting down each number that appears on the wheel is as useful as charting the changing of the tides or the number of bearded men who walk through the doors of a casino.

Each spin is an independent event which means that no one spin directly influences another. Compare this to a dependent event, such as blackjack hand where the number of cards dealt directly affects the odds of certain cards being dealt to players at the table.

Because a roulette spin is an independent event there’s virtually no chance of a spin having an impact on another, which means the chance of patterns developing are almost zero. Indeed, there is no reason why the number nine couldn’t hit nine times in a row.

Online Casinos are Random


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There are many ways to win at the roulette table, whether that’s the Martingale System or any other method, but looking for patterns isn’t one of them. All online casinos are controlled by random number generators and that means everything is, unsurprisingly, random.

There aren’t any patterns and there certainly aren’t any secret ways to increase your chances of spinning success. The real key to beating online roulette is a combination of sensible betting, money management and knowing when to cash out. If you can master these things and throw in a little bit of luck, then you’ll be well on your way to winning some serious cash.