One thing many people don’t utilise often enough when playing roulette that can increase their odds considerably when taking the pesky ‘0’ and ’00’ slots into account is the surrender rule. This rule is not found on every roulette table, though if you look hard enough you’ll find that you can see it around.
The surrender rule works in your favour by returning some or all of your money back to you if the ball happens to land on either the ‘0’ or ’00’ slots DewaQQ. This means that the effect of the casino’s house edge is either reduced or even taken away altogether, however this rule only applies if you are betting on ‘even odds’ places on the board, meaning you are betting on either red or black, high or low, or odd or even.
In the case when the surrender rule is in place, you’re betting on an even odds bet and the ball lands on one of the zero slots, you will either have half of your bet returned to you, or in very rare cases where you can find one of these tables, all of your money will be returned.
As I’ve mentioned it can be quite rare to find one of these tables either in the real world or in an online casino, however that’s not to say they don’t exist. When you do find one you’ll generally notice that they’re American roulette tables and not European versions, and they only return half of your bet, and not all of it.
When employing betting strategies like Martingale and betting on even odds parts of the board it can mean your odds of winning are increased, however you’ll find it’s not as good as the potential winning benefits you’ll get from a roulette beating computer program or some other similar roulette beating strategy.
Reverse Roulette is a roulette-beating system that effects to beat the game of roulette, both in the real-world as well as in online casinos. Whereas many roulette beating systems inherently fail in the long run due to progressive betting, Reverse Roulette actually flourishes and is one of the only guaranteed ways that you can beat roulette.
Most betting strategies rely on progressive betting, meaning that if you lose you have to raise your bet in the next round. This means that if you experience a long losing streak, you’ll eventually come up against that casino’s upper betting limit, meaning that you’ll suffer an unrecoverable loss, and usually a rather large one at that.
Reverse Roulette is the only system designed to beat roulette which uses flat bets and you’re not required to raise bets in any way. The system works by capitalizing on your chance of losing instead of your chance of winning as most systems do. If this sounds a little weird, let me elaborate.
Every time you place a bet on the board, you have a certain change of winning, as well as a certain chance of losing. For example, if you’re betting on the ‘1st 12’ section of the board, you have roughly a one-third chance of winning and two-thirds chance of losing; that is if we discount the ‘0’ or ’00’ slots.
Without giving away the exact way in which the Reverse Roulette system works, the player bets on several sections of the board simultaneously so that the odds of losing are actually lower than the player’s odds of winning. There are several ways the player can do this, however you will be betting on the same few sections of the board almost every bet.
Now in the short term it is possible to suffer losses as you are only increasing your odds and not making your odds of winning 100% every time (which would be impossible) however in the long term, the Reverse Roulette system raises the player’s odds of winning from around 47.6% (which is the case on a single ‘0’ wheel) to just below 75%. This means that while you will suffer a loss around one-quarter of the time, three -quarters of the time your bet will result in a win.