Roulette is a game dominantly ruled by chance, and in being so, it is a game that’s not for the faint of heart. If you’re feeling both brave and lucky then check the game out at Dreamjackpot.com. There are, however, some strategies which can be considered by those who do decide to take on the risky game of roulette, and whether or not you choose to implement them is of course your decision, but this is a guide for playing roulette, chock full of our most recommended techniques and strategies that you can take with you when you decide you want to take a chance and play the game for yourself. 

How to play roulette

First, the roulette wheel is spun by the dealer or croupier, and the ball rolls in the opposite direction to that which the wheel has been spun. The roulette wheel has a colour theme of red, green, and black, and the middle of the roulette wheel is silver, while the edge has numbers in white so it’s easy for players to see where the ball goes. it’s a glamorous game of chance in which players can win big, as long as they know how to do so.

If the roulette ball hits zero and this happens somewhere outside, the player will lose half of the bet placed, this is a rule known as ‘la partage.’ Another rule which is upheld when you’re playing roulette which may help inform which roulette strategies to go with is one called ‘en prison’ – a rule in which your bet is put on hold if you get a zero. You can, however, get your bet back if you hit the same number with your next spin.




It’s a good idea to play online roulette only from casinos that are reputable and completely sound in the industry. This is the only way to ensure you are playing for real and not being scammed, it doesn’t happen often, but it can, so why take the risk?

There are so many different variations of roulette but those which provide the best odds are the European and French roulette options. With just one zero unlike some variations, the French roulette pays back half of any outside bets lost, so that gives the best odds from the lot. 

Strategies explained 

The most well-known strategy you can opt for is one that’s glamorously and perhaps aptly-named the ‘Bond’ roulette system. It covers two-thirds of the roulette table and this includes the zero.

There’s not exactly a particular roulette strategy that will significantly increase your chance of winning however, but there is many tips you can use that will increase your chance of winning overall. It’s worth noting all strategies also have a ‘reverse’ version, which further backs this point.

So, focussing on the tips you can use to increase your chances of winning and enhancing any roulette strategies you do decide to go with.

To get the best odds, although there are so many different variations of roulette, the best to go with are the variants of European and French, in particular the French as it pays back half of any outside bets lost.

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