Optimal options for playing roulette

Playing online casino roulette requires not only monetary investments but also emotional moral and oddly physical ones.
No one knows how to win at the casino   PinUp  for roulette. At least how to constantly win.
Before you sit down at the casino roulette table, read these tips and then you may be able to avoid losing to roulette.

Tip 1: Never lose your mind. If you play on any roulette system, do not deviate one step from it. Roulette game systems have been developed over the centuries and, as a rule, provide the best options for online casino games.

Tip 2: Once and for all, remember: whatever the numbers do not fall out before the current result, they have no effect. Even if twenty times in a row the roulette wheel gave a red color, the chance of red falling on the next spin of the roulette is the same as before. This is the main misconception of online casino players lovers of roulette and lotteries!

Tip 3: Try to avoid progressive roulette systems like the Martingale system - they will give you an opportunity to win little by little, but if you lose it completely. And after such a game of roulette you leave the casino without a penny.

Tip 4: playing roulette and other casino games will learn to control yourself. Try to set real plans for yourself, for example, to get away from the roulette table and from the casino in general if:
a) $ 100 or $ 1,000 won in roulette;

b) 100 dollars or 1000 are lost in roulette;

Do not go on about the roulette. In no case do not continue to play in online casinos after reaching a fixed amount. The ability to leave the casino at any time is a very strong plus for the roulette player.

In many materials about gambling, casinos and roulette in particular, the same thing is said - in a casino, never play for money that you cannot afford to lose!

If the money is intended for any purpose in any case, do not take it to play in a casino! Understanding that the money put at the roulette online casinos can not be lost in any case only weaken you in moral and emotional terms. And the casino roulette will not forgive you.

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I prefer to play French roulette which is very similar to European roulette: the most important thing is that the number of cells on the roulette wheel is the same. There are three differences. Firstly, in the French version of the game all sectors are red. Secondly, given the name of the roulette word on the gaming table written in French. Finally, the French version of the game uses the “La Partage” rule whereby the player gets half of the bet made if the Zero sector drops out.

I think that all these tips are absolutely familiar to every person who plays in an online casino. to know is one thing but to be guided by these tips another matter entirely. not every player will be able to cope with their emotions. sometimes this leads to very sad events.

grini! No game can guarantee permanent wins, especially if the game is gambling. All online casinos are able to both enrich a person and deprive him of the last crumb. Entering the game you should not think that it will be possible to avoid losses, alas, and professional players lose. The main thing that during the game of failures was much less than victories and all emotions in the casino must be kept under control.

A novice player can hardly afford it. In addition, online casinos are reinsured and set a limit on the minimum and maximum bet. If the "ceiling" of $ 500, then the Martingale strategy will only lead you to lose. The situation here is similar to poker. The best strategy is the study of possible systems and constant training.

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