Cover The Table
The thought of covering the table is one that appeals to a lot of roulette
players. First of all, we're sorry to say that it's impossible to cover "all" of the table and still maintain a
profit. You could of cause bet on every single number at the same time but you would lose one unit on every
single spin due to the unfair pay outs that are built into the lay out of the game.
Still, you can cover "most" of the table and we are going to be discussing a
few ways of doing that here.
Bet On 35 Numbers - This pretty much speaks for itself, you
bet on 35 numbers at the same time. Every time the ball lands on one of your numbers you win 35 units, plus your
original bet, giving you one unit profit.
Obviously you're going to be winning more bets than you lose with this kind of
system but that doesn't make it profitable. This is because each time you win, you're only gaining one unit where
as every time you loose, you're down by 35 units.
This is one of those systems that people use and then when it goes belly up,
blame the casino for being rigged which I covered on the FAQ page. What you have to remember
is that on each spin there are two numbers you aren't betting on and sooner or later, they're going to hit and you
Following From The Above System - If covering 35 numbers seems
like too much then there are other ways of covering a large section. You could cover 17 split bets instead or 11
street bets or 5 line bets.
However, 17 split bets doesn't cover as much of the wheel as 35 numbers and 11
street gets doesn't cover as much as 17 split bets. However the amount you have to bet does become less as you move
down the table.
3 Units On 1-18 And 2 Units On 3rd Dozen - By
doing this you profit one unit every time you get a number in either 1-18 or the last dozen. You
only lose on the zero and numbers 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24.
A slight variation of the above system is betting 3 units on the 3rd dozen as
well. By doing this you still lose on the same numbers as above. You also only break even when you get a number
between 1-18 but you profit 3 units when you get the third dozen. Side note - You could try using this method when
the 3rd dozen has slept for about 10 spins with flat betting only, no progression.
5 Units On Column 1, 5 Units On Column 2, 4 Split Bets In Column
3 - This is an interesting method that covers quite a large section of the table. Your total stake on each
spin is 14 units and whenever the ball lands in column one or two, you get one unit profit. When the ball lands on
any of your split bets in column three (8 numbers) you get a 4 unit profit.
You obviously lose all 14 units if the ball lands on the pesky zero or any of
the 4 numbers you haven't bet on in column 3.
While all of the above systems cover a large section of the wheel, none of them
overcome the house edge. Furthermore it is impossible to cover all of the wheel with a combination of bets,
Many people have wasted a long time betting certain amount all over the wheel
to try and get things to add up but it's an impossible task. The closest you're going to get to covering the wheel
is what we have described above.
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