Found a great place to play CS:GO roulette? Now all you need is a good strategy to win!
Below are three popular techniques that can help you bag that roulette trophy.
Strategy #1: The Martingale
Also referred to as the double down strategy, this focuses on increasing your bets after losing until you win. The system’s pretty simple, really. You just have to use it in black or red. You can, however, apply the method all over the table as long as you have the right progression. But first things first: We know that the chances are at a 2x payout. You can’t ever have a clue if there’ll be 0 blacks or 10 blacks. This strategy is risky, but once you win, you’ll love the method.
Strategy #2: The Fibonacci
Another interesting technique is the Fibonacci. It’s less risky compared to other methods, and the most significant part about it is that even if it’s safer, using it can still make you a winner.
The Fibonacci is a straightforward math theory. In here, you begin with one, then add two previous numbers to give you the upcoming number. You just have to multiply the numbers.
Here are some examples:
- 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 8 – 13 – 21…
- 3 – 4 – 7 – 11 – 18 – 29 – 47…
Did you get it? In case you didn’t, here’s the formula on how we figured out the next number:
- 1 – 2 – (1+2=) 3 – (2+3=) 5 – (3+5=) 8 – (5+8=) 13 – (8+13=) 21…
- 3 – 4 – (3+4=) 7 – (4+7=) 11 – (7+11=) 18 – (11+18=) 29 – (18+29=) 47…
Strategy #3: The Labouchere
Also known as the Split Martingale, this method is a bit complicated, and it requires the most practice so you could get the hang of it. You have to come up with how much you’ll bet and how long you’ll play even before you begin.
First of all, this strategy is an even chance betting system, which means you can use it on odd/even, red/black, and 1-18/19-36. It cannot be applied anywhere else on the table because the math wouldn’t make sense, not that math ever made a lot of sense. However, in this case, math is something you just have to deal with.
So, basically, you have to decide on a betting line, and let the numbers tell you how much you’ll gamble and how long you’ll be playing.
First, you have to jot down a sequence of numbers (this depends on you). As an example, let’s use 1-2-3. Every time you wager, your stake must be equal to the total of the first and last number in the sequence. In this case, your stake should be $4.
If you win, you have to cross out the first and last number. Losing would mean you have to add the amount staked to the end of the sequence. That means adding 4.
The process goes on until you’ve reached your limit based on the rules you’ve imposed before the game. Note that if you’re left with only one number, then you have to stake that amount.