Master of Roulette



What would you consider to be a great method ?

I have a mindset of a lazy person, having that mindset forces me to look for easier ways of winning. Therefore, what I consider to be a great method is having the method decide what I should bet, with little effort of thinking, as opposed to having to decide what method I should use, which involves multilevel, brain wrecking, analysis. "Not to decide is to decide."

Roulette is a very boring game. The danger of sitting in one place for a short period of time may trigger a losing session. How does this happen?

First scenario : In less than 20 minutes, a player can be up 1,000.00 dollars. It's boring. So, there is a tendency that most humans cannot resist, that is to manifest excitement. A bored player does this by extending playing time, increasing table stakes, and taking bigger risk. A seasoned professional knows this pitfall, and how to survive this kind of temptation. First, he recognizes the behavior. Secondly, he creates a diversion that does not include alcohol, drugs, or other destructive behavior.

In my case, my deflection is poker. It's a thinking man's game which I find relaxing. It is important to size up the table before one begins to pursue playing a poker game. The same holds true when playing roulette. I treat roulette like a poker game. I study the current trends and treat each trend like a poker player. When the trend changes, I contribute that to a player is leaving and a new player sitting down. Depending on the strategy of choice, based on what is trending, I can accumulate a mass amount of money in a short period of time with roulette. The principles are the same. Pocker profits are meager but it offers a deflection and fuels the demon of boredom.

Second scenario : The dreadful draw down, an inevitable occurrence, it may strike at the beginning, the middle, or the end of a session. In live play, over confidence in a strategy may cause devastating results. A player may have 6,000.00 as a bankroll, sounds reasonable enough, except when the player decides to risk 3,000.00 in one session and loses. He knows during practice the strategy does not lose two session in a row. Does he risk the other 3,000.00 on the following session ? If you have been in this situation, stop playing roulette immediately.

How a roulette player deals that kind of adversity separates the professional from the amateur. The consistent actions taken by a roulette player to offset the unavoidable drawn down is the hallmark of a professional roulette player. Protect your bankroll. Rule number one, never risk 50 percent of your bankroll in one session. Rule number two, have a bankroll that can sustain 20 sessions.

For players who buy-in 100 units all the time. Their strategy requires only 18 units to play. Do they realize that having a lot of chips in front of them may encourage them to play more and eventually lose all of their buy-in, often wondering what went wrong and, later realizing they got off their game plan. Why do you think casinos payout with roulette chips instead of cash chips? A huge stack, psychologically, gives the player a false sense of confidence.

The buy-in should total the amount you need to execute your strategy, which is also the amount of your stop-loss. If it takes 18 units to execute your strategy, then only buy, maximum, 20 units. This is a crucial point.

When I am not playing live roulette, I practice playing 50 spins every day. I usually reach my target within 8 spins after first tracking the first 8 spins. I would tell myself, this is the point I would stop. I reached my target. That's 16 spins total. Once I hit my target. I stop. So now, I practice with only 16 spins, win or lose.

I can show you a system that could beat roulette with an edge in favor of the player. A system that you could play daily and be sure that in total you will come out ahead at the end of the day. This means a system that will generate profit.

With AK concepts, the brain becomes trained to identify the high value targets at any table. Money is a strange thing. The harder you reach for it the more it resists you. The less you focus on it and more on the task at hand the easier it will come to you. I think this applies to roulette. First play for love of the game, and not about money. Once you learn the game money can come easily.

Just let me know and I will teach you.