The Betway casino has a few Roulette Tricks up their their sleeve that you can take advantage of to win more in French Roulette. I also add my own analysis to further enhance your winning strategies. Below is all you need to know.
The Chaos theory can explain an 18% increase in player returns on a biased roulette wheel using the Cover The Table, 666, Shotwell and 3/2 block betting systems. The French Roulette special bets table design gives players four complex one click betting system using Jeu Zero, Voisins du Zero, Tiers du Cylindre and Les Orphelins.
What is Chaos Theory
Chaos theory is a mathematical discussion about random events and how small changes in a system can make them predictable.
Chaos Theory and Roulette
The most well-known mathematician in recent times was Albert Einstein. Is a known fact that Einstein visited a Las Vegas casino and relied upon his mathematical skills to remark that “No one can possibly win at roulette unless he steals money from the table while the croupier isn’t looking”.
However, had he relied upon physics, he may have come to a different conclusion. Throughout history there have been many examples of people utilizing a wheel bias in order to make large amounts of money at roulette.
Most strategies In roulette revolve around block betting on the roulette table. These systems and methods attempt to place bets on groups of numbers by color, mathematical value and location.
- Colors – red & black
- Mathematical value – high & low, even & odd, dozens,
- Location – straight up, split, trio, corner, rows, column,
However, all of these systems are inherently flawed because they rely upon random events. The mathematical probabilities of all the bets in roulette give the house a known advantage popularly known as the “house edge”.
- American roulette – house Edge 5.26%
- European Roulette – house Edge 2.7%
- French roulette – house edge 1.35% for even money bets and 2.7% for all other beds
Betway Roulette 101
On the Betway casino blog a series of posts discuss and analyze the pros and cons of certain popular betting systems. These Roulette Tricks are summarized below.
In all instances these systems involve placing numerous bets on a single spin in the hope that at least one of them will win. They will all produce occasional winning sessions of roulette. However, those wins are momentary instances. Eventually the mathematical probabilities will overtake short term wins and players will lose their money.
Cover Table Betting System
The cover the table betting system in roulette attempts to increase the probability of winning by placing bets on most of the numbers on the table. This approach can mean 35 single bets as well as 17 split bets, 11 street bets, 2 dozens bets plus added single bets. On each spin the amount at risk is much higher than the potential win by as much as 35 to 1.
666 Betting System
The roulette 666 betting system is derived from the fact that all of the numbers on the roulette table add up to 666. The system bets $66 and wins $6 per spin by placing described bets on all but four numbers on the table.
- $36 on red – pays 35 to 1
- $4 on each 0 & 2, 8 & 11, 10 & 13, 17 & 20, 26 & 29 and 28 & /31 split bet – pays 17 to 1
- $2 on any 3 of the 7 numbers 4, 6, 15, 22, 24, 33 and 35 – pays 35 to1
You will lose when 0 or any of the 4 numbers not bet are hit. It merely attempts to place bets on most the numbers on the board.
Tips: For the $2 bets, if the roulette wheel is biased toward the zero, you could cover 4, 15 and 6 because they are closet to 0. If the roulette wheel is biased away from the zero, you could cover 24, 33 and 22 because they are the farthest away. You can always skip the 35 because it is all by itself unless there is a definite bias to that number.
Shotwell Betting System
The little known Shotwell Betting System was introduced to a broad audience in 1978 by Gambling Times Magazine. This roulette system covers one fourth of the numbers on the roulette table with 1 bet on six lines and 4 straight up bets.
3/2 Betting System
The Roulette 3/2 Betting System attempts to win by covering 72% of the numbers on the table with 3 bet units on red/black plus 2 bet units on a column bet. Variations can include exchanging red/black bets with even/odd or high/low bets as well as switching the 3 bet units to column bets and the 2 bet units to those even money bets.
French Roulette Special Bets
A special bets table is included only in French Roulette. European and American roulette games do not have this added betting table. The table layout follows the number series from the roulette wheel used in French and European roulette.
Players can select any of the four special bets located in the center of the table to make bets on sections of the roulette wheel.
As our post on special bets shows, the special bets give players the ability to cover many numbers with a single click. For example, the Voisins du Zero bet places 7 bets covering 17 numbers on and near the zero. The chart also show that combining the Voisins du Zero bet with Jeu Zero, Les Orphelins and Tiers du Cylindre special bets will cover all the numbers on the wheel at least once.
Betting systems that cover multiple numbers are popular because they do win occasionally. Similar to slot machines, they also give players the illusion of almost winning with multiple near misses. It stands to reason that these systems will always be close to the winning number because they cover a large portion of the table.
The major disadvantage in the Betway roulette tricks is that they focus on the main betting table. The Chaos theory explains an 18% increase in player returns with a wheel bias.
The special bets French Roulette are based on the relationship to numbers on the wheel. This design is better suited to place bets to react to a wheel bias.
Even Einstein would agree.