Arguably one of the most loved and popular games that is played at land-based casinos, this is also the case online, it is fair to say that roulette has a particularly good number of fans.

It is believed by many that a Frenchman by the name of Blaise Pascal, who was a physicist and mathematician, first introduced the concept of roulette to the world in the 17th century.

In fact, it is by pure chance that this turned out to be a casino game. This was more of an academic exercise for Pascal who was trying to create a ‘Perpetual Motion Machine’, with the idea being that this could operate without bringing in energy from an external source. Laws of physics suggest this is impossible, though Pascal was trying to defy the odds. His ‘excerise’ failed.

This though led to the creation of the game of roulette and it quickly spread around Europe, reaching the shores of the US where it became even more popular, especially following the establishment of Las Vegas as a major gambling hotspot.

Over time, players have found certain strategies that they can apply to the game, some of which have been successful for them. Below we have outlined some of the most popular that people use, that you can try out at Fruityking.co.uk which has a wide array of the most innovative online roulette games in the industry.

Martingale Strategy

This is perhaps one of the most well known. It works on the premise that while you are playing roulette, you have to win eventually and as a result when you lose, you keep doubling your bet until you win.

The catch with this though, is that it does require a rather large bankroll, especially if you are going to commit. Invariably you will have to spend quite a long time waiting to see if you do win big. While there is no guarantee that this will happen, there have been cases where it has.

D’Alembert Strategy

If you are not keen on the idea of doubling your stake each time, this tactic is a great alternative. It has a much lower risk attached to it, because you only increase your bet gradually if you lose and then decrease it gradually if you win. The idea here is that your bankroll becomes more manageable.

However, understanding when to walk away if you continue losing is key, because it could be that it just isn’t your day.

Fibonacci Strategy

This is one of the most popular roulette strategies. It is based on the famous mathematician Leonardo Fiboncci who invented the ‘Fibonacci numbers’ which are a sequence of the numbers, with the next one being the sum of the last two numbers before it. Each time, these stakes have a 50/50 chance of winning. It means that when you win, you increase your bet by one. If you win again you increase it by two and so on. If you lose then you start from the beginning again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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