Roulette Casino Betting Systems
 

Roulette is a popular game of chance that is played in casinos online and offline around the world. The aim of the game is simple – you have to guess which number the ball is going to land after the wheel once the wheel stops spinning. With a range of bets that you can place, you can be sure that there are various ways that you can alter the way you place your wagers. This is where roulette betting systems come in. Here at Ladbrokes Casino, we've put together an infographic to tell you about some of the most popular roulette betting systems, to help you broaden your roulette gambling knowledge! Once you've finished learning, head to our roulette tables to take a guess on the spinning wheel. 



While progressive betting systems such as the Martingale and 31-Parlay are generally the most common systems that can be seen on a roulette table, there is another form known as betting zones systems. This essentially involves the gambler splitting the roulette wheel into certain sections and repeatedly betting on these, as it is likely that the ball will land close to or in the section of their choice. 



One of the more flawed betting systems that is used in roulette is the idea of a predictive system. With this system, players believe that the wheel may have a mechanical flaw, or believe that some dealers will begin to get into a rhythm when launching the ball and so the ball is likely to end up in a similar place with all spins. This is a highly sceptical form of betting system and is unreliable. In addition this can only be used in a live casino, rather than online.