If you want to learn roulette it may be for a variety of reasons – fun, excitement or a desire to make some easy money, Let’s be honest though – easy money is going to end up at the top of the list for most people. If you’re looking to earn some money from playing this game ironically playing online is probably you’re best chance.
Learn Roulette for Fun
If you have ever studied and tried to learn roulette you’ll know that you have the odds stacked against you when visit a real casino. The roulette wheel was invented by Blaise Pascal the famous mathematician in the 17th century – his goal was an experiment on perpetual motion. It is ironic really as I’ve been in many a casino and sometimes wondered if the wheel was ever going to stop turning. He obviously didn’t invent his perpetual motion machine but he did create one of the most popular forms of gambling the world has ever seen. There are casinos all over the world now and often the centre piece is the game of roulette.
It is a truly wonderful experience to sit at a top casino and play the roulette wheel for an hour or two. The lights and atmosphere are wonderful – but there is one slight problem and that is the odds. Ironically monsieur Pascal would have also been very aware of the laws of probability and would never have risked a single franc on roulette. The spin of a roulette wheel is almost completely random – rumours of wheel bias and patterns of certain croupiers spins are I’m afraid completely without base and you’ll never learn the pattern of a roulette spin.
You Can’t Predict Real Roulette Wheels
If you ever want to see an example of futility watch a desperate punter jotting down hundreds of spin results on a card helpfully supplied by the casino. Their card may show a 10% bias towards odd numbers but does that help you pick a winning bet – alas no it doesn’t. The simple reason is that passed events have no effect whatsoever on future spins – you may see more reds come up on your little card but that does not mean it will happen in the future. Just as confusing and equally untrue are the strategies or systems that rely on events being ‘due’. If you learn roulette you’ll soon realise that you are at the mercy of lady luck and the laws of probability and no strategy will help you.
There is a chance though – with the increasing popularity of online roulette. Here random spins are not generated by physical events and the distance that a ball travels – they are generated by a computer – or more specifically computer code. Although the numbers are pseudo random this is only as good as the code and we all know computers programmes are rarely perfect, with a fast computer and an analysing program you can search for weaknesses and learn roulette bias in a computer casino if it exists.