High roller roulette differs from regular roulette because you can make large bets. This is why the term “High Roller” was coined. This game is reserved for people with large bankrolls. This competition is an online version of European roulette. It is a game where you can predict the ball’s exact location in each of the 37 numbers. Based on correct predictions, the players win, and the payout is the winning bet amount.
The table and bet type limitations limit the number of combinations of bets or just one type of bet. The wheel starts spinning after the players have placed their wagers. The ball will turn opposite the rotation, bounce off the wheel diamonds, and land randomly in a pocket. The winning numeral is displayed on the billboard by placing a dolly on the betting area. All bets that do not correspond to the winning number will be removed. Bets on the winning numbers are paid according to the payout.
It is straightforward to play roulette. Select a chip discount and then place your bets. Then spin the rotation to see if you are correct. While you can place multiple bets, it is best not to wager more than what you are likely to win. You should also not bet more than the limit on the table.
There are several betting types. Inside bets can be placed on numbers or lines between numbers in the table’s internal area. There are six possible options: a straight, split, or three-line (street), corner(square), and six-line. Straight bets can be placed on one number, including the 0. Split bets are placed on two adjacent numbers that can be horizontally or vertically. Three-line bets on a row with three numbers (also known as a street) on a horizontal or single line. Corner bets are placed on four digits within a square-shaped layout. A six-line chance on two streets adjacent to each other is also possible.
You can also place outside bets on the left row, middle row, and right row (column), 1st 12 (dozen), 19=36 or 1-18 (high), red or black, odd or even. The right, middle, and right row (column) bet on all 12 numbers in any left, middle, or right rows. The stakes on the 1st 12, 2nd 12, and 3rd 12 (dozen), include 12 consecutively in three rows. The 1-18 and 19-36 bets are on the 18 highest or 18 lowest numbers. Red and black bets can be placed on all black or all white. Odd or even betting is on all odd or all even.
High roller poker is the same as regular roulette. The odds are the same, but the payouts and risk increase. The only difference is that the bet limit is significantly higher than the standard roulette.
You can find some systems on e-bay right now. These systems use a trigger number. Once the trigger number is reached, you can place a bet for a set number of spins on specific numbers until you win. You increase your stake for every loss—allowed winnings between PS20 and PS50 per hour. You can win again, but you will lose your winnings. Wait for your trigger number to come up again. You are restricted by the maximum spin bet of PS100 and the staking system of the roulette (only increases in PS1 for each number after the initial PS1 bet).
To me, the system is an increasing bet progression. Based on my calculations, the two trigger numbers systems that I know of (one for Ladbrokes and one for Coral) will win for 99% to 96%, respectively. For that 99% and 96%, you win very little. But, losing big can mean you lose all of your winnings.
According to the seller, the odds of losing on either system are zero and very rarely on the other, so you will ultimately win. I am not convinced. It doesn’t seem like the Holy Grail in software roulette to me. You will need to play it thousands of times to prove that it works. (The seller claims he played it thousands over four years.).
The machines claim this machine is random, but they are not. They would not be permitted to declare this by law – if they weren’t lucky.
When we think about random on roulette, we think of 36 numbers one-in-36 chance. I read somewhere that the system selects six lucky numbers. Then, it checks to see which number has the MINIMUM. The system will ‘pay out’ or lose if that number is chosen.
- So the “random” part is to choose six randoms. (Or it could be the other method; it might pick six and then pick one randomly).
- These machines can be fixed in any way you want.
- I once covered the table but then noticed that number 10 was missing, lol.
- Other times, I’ve covered the table and noticed that one number isn’t covered as much – it is that number. They are a fix.
- Ladbrokes is a sham. The machines there are too prominent. They just rob you right away. Let me have some fun, and let me lose my money slowly.
- Bet on red or black, lost loss lost again – place a bet on the 3rd lost bet red and evens lose, etc. You know how pissy it is
Black Jack only 2 pounds higher than I thought – I decided to raise all my hands (5-handed) to a PS2 each. Oh, and guess what the dealer got? I won’t bother telling you, but I will let your guesses be known as what the dealer got from Ladbrokes when I increased my blackjack bets.
I’m sure individuals will find a way to cheat/cheat the computer, but it won’t be a system’. There is no system for them. The roulette odds are against your side. You will lose eventually the more you play it.
Ladbrokes has taught me a hard lesson. I should not play them, and if I do, to only spend a cheeky fiver. If you want to play roulette, play for the short term. You will not need to spin the wheel (e.g., put it all on red or all on a third).
If you say the “shitabout” putting a pound on – if it loses to PS2 or fails to $4- that is flawed. The casinos have calculated that the casino will lose within a certain number of spins (i.e.500 000 – A sequence of 15 reds and 15 blacks is guaranteed. This action means that if you double your bets, it will result in you going bust in the line of 15. There are also boundaries to how much you can wager. The best thing is not to play, lol.
Just a temporary message to say that I was not brilliant at school. However, some of the comments made on this site are pretty funny. A roulette wheel has 37 digits. If the wheel is randomly chosen, there are 37 numbers on a roulette wheel.
Simple mathematics. Divide 37 numbers by 12 numbers to get approximately 3. Playing 12 numbers per spin will give you a win rate of about 3. The odds of winning are high that you will not succeed in 12 spins.
How could anyone pay for such an absurd and stupid system? I laughed out clangorous when I saw these comments. All to their own. You will always be more successful playing for fun than when you play for real money. They are playing for real money.
You can try Red/Black betting. If you bet consistently on Red, you will see 9-15 (probably more than 15, but 15 is the maximum I have seen) blacks appear in a row. If you consistently bet on black, you will see 9-15 reds in a row.
Try betting on Red, and once you control won, switch to betting on black and vice versa (doubling your bet individually time you lose like in the Red/Black betting system), and suddenly you will see red/black/red/black/red/black, etc.
You can only bet on one number, and it will not appear again. It is not random to me. They watch what you do and ensure your number/color does not turn up.
A small number of software companies create most online casino software. They provide the same software to 90%+ online casinos. One of the hundreds of online casinos would have to feel resentful if one of them didn’t fix the problem.