The point you become hoggish, and wish to get "lucky", is the time you squander all of your cash. Sounds a bit strange, but it appears to be factual. The only time I ever amass money is when I do not care about squandering it. I decided to go to the the casino last night with $20 in cashin my pocket. I could not care any less about blowing it, I mean, what is twenty dollars? So can you imagine what happened? I ended up leaving with $120 profit in just a few hours!

Another time I was at the casino with my friend Steve. I went in with 100 dollars that I couldn’t bear to squander. I got gluttonous, I got scared, and I ended up wagering too much and squandered it in thirty minutes! The lesson is never wager more than you are able to squander. If you do not care about squandering, you have a greater chance of winning big!

What other ways can you build up your chances of succeeding at Roulette other than setting a budget? Never wager on single numbers! Yes, they come up occasionally, but they don’t come up often enough to guarantee a dependable profit. Only bet on even wagers e.g. red, black, even, odd, 1-18, and 19-36, and 2:1 wagers e.g. 1st dozen, second dozen, third 12, etc Bet on odds that pay relatively big.

With the basic facts reviewed, how else might we further elevate our odds of succeeding at Roulette? By shifting probability into our buddy, as opposed to our opposition. "You can not be a winner at Roulette", my buddy Matt would say to me. "It’s absolutely random because any number can come up". Yes, my buddy Mike has a point, however at the same instance, he is overlooking an important part of the picture. I totally agree, red or black might hit 30 times in a row, but how often does that happen?