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• What's your﻿ thoughts on virtual roulette at casinos?

• It should be fine as long as you are playing﻿ at a casino in a regulated jurisdiction. The same thought would also apply to virtual blackjack machines.

• There are 10 odd red numbers, same for black evens, 8 even reds and same for black odds. So you have slightly better chances with red odds﻿ or black evens than with even reds or odd blacks.

• You can't bet red odd or black even. You have﻿ to bet red or black, odd or even and the casino advantage on all of those bets is the same: 5.26% on a double-zero wheel and 2.70% on a single-zero wheel. Unless the casino offers surrender, which would then cut those advantages in half.

• Kind of tough to come﻿ back from a loss on that game.

• Albert Einstein was a genius.﻿ He did NOT spend a "long time studying roulette". He played around with it for a little while, and knew that the game could NOT be beaten. When asked about it one day, he simply said, "The only way to beat roulette is to steal the money when the dealer is not looking."

• can﻿ you double down on red/black or even/odd?

• right except﻿ your mr schlesinger

• nice book... ﻿

• Decent video, and I respect the﻿ honesty in saying that there is no strategy, you need luck, and probably shouldn't play this game if you want to win.

• you are confusing 17 to 1 (17:1) and 17 for 1. If the payout is 17:1 you get 17 PLUS your 1 bet, for a total of 18. 2/38 x 18 is﻿ 36/38.

8:1 gives you 8 plus 1, or 9 back. 9 x 4/38 is 36/38. Same payback, same edge for both bets.

• never play roulette online as they are programed for you to lose. Go to the casino and you have much higher chance to win. Beside﻿ lucky, the number one rule of winning in roulette is observation. Never walk in a table and play straight away in the first round. My trick is watching and choose the dealer that have at least 4-5 recent results that you can predict the next number area. Some dealers have habit that will help you to predict the next number easier. Find them. Good luck.

• The math is correct 5.26%. i.e. player bet \$1 on every number on the table (\$38) total, he will win \$35 + \$1 (on that winning number), the house keeps \$2 so the house edge is 2/38 = 5.26%. in﻿ case of split bet, the player bet \$1 on every split number on the table (total of \$19), he will win \$17 + \$1 and the house will keep \$1 so the house edge is 1/19 = 5.26%. And so on.