The $100 Roulette Trick


The $100 trick is a bet management system for online roulette, it could easily be explained with any other number, yet we like $100 for some reason. It’s a nice round figure, it can be easily divided to meet certain roulette betting requirements and it’s the best amount for explanation.

It’s more about using discipline than it is about riding the luck swing of online roulette, so how can the $100 trick be performed against an online roulette simulator.

First we must invest half of whatever trick you wish to pull, so in this case we must have $50 to begin with. The aim of the trick is to now double this amount whilst playing roulette simulators in the online casino of our choice. The mistake of many players at this point is that they assume this can be achieved in one game of roulette.

This assumption is cocktail for error, because when playing online roulette, the winning and losing outcome is unpredictable. We must therefore ride the fluctuation of roulette perfectly in a way to balance the books of our bank balance.

Starting with the $50, we must never bet more than 5 percent on any number or color. In fact it’s best to use red or black options whilst playing online roulette for profits. Where most people will now go for broke trying to double their money, we will simply go for a ten percent profit.

So at $55 we leave the game, then begin again with $50 leaving to the side the $5 made previously. The trick is that by going for such a small profit when playing roulette, is that we reduce fluctuation to an amount almost manageable. It also means that you only need to get two correct bets in a row from the start to make your profit.

We now do this ten times in repetition. It’s a trick that requires discipline on the part of the player because you must leave when you hit the ten percent margin. Your inner desires will tell you to stay behind for more, do not do this, it’s exactly what the casino wants you to do.

December 5, 2013: posted in Winning Srategies No Comments

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