Subtraction strategy

In this guide on how to play roulette and win, we have a strategy as simple as subtracting. The system is as simple as walking up to the roulette table and looking at the first two numbers that have come up. Let’s say it’s 26 and 14.

Here the mathematical operation gets a bit more complicated. Addition and division are used to find out the average of the numbers that have come up. To do this, we will look again at the first two numbers that have come up and that will help us to bet on roulette and win. If, for example, 26 and 36, we would add these two numbers together and divide the result by 2, i.e. 62 by 2, and bet on the result we obtained: in this case, 31. After the spin, regardless of whether we have won or lost, we would wait for two more numbers to come up again and repeat the method.

This is for bets placed on even money bets: even/odd, high/low and red/black. The odds of winning are many but the house will always have a greater advantage. For example, if you play American roulette you will have 18 ways to win compared to 20 ways to lose, and if you play European roulette you will have 18 compared to 19. This translates into an advantage of 5.26% in the first case and 2.7 in the second, which means that with this type of strategy you can lose 5.26 or 2.7 \$ for every 100 \$ bet.

To bet, you will have to choose a betting pair formula: as an example we will choose red/black. The next step is to look at the scoreboard and check which of the two options in your pair is the one that has come out on top in roulette bets. If they are tied, you will wait for another spin to break the tie. If the top pair is red, you bet on it until the scoreboard shows that the trend has changed and the black number is dominant.

This strategy is recommended only for even bets, always focusing on one of the options and not for multiple bets.