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There is more than one way to maximize your enjoyment at Roulette. The most obvious is winning and winning big is the ultimate way, but that’s not always possible, nor does it always happen. Roulette is a game of chance, and like any game of chance, you’ve got to master your mind and master your bankroll and money management skills.

Despite the fact the house has a slight advantage in roulette, you can use roulette money management to overcome this and have some long term roulette success. The foundation of your success will be built on betting on only what you can afford to lose. You need to have a line drawn in the sand which if crossed will see you get up from the roulette wheel and walk away from the roulette table.

Money management is not a system or a strategy for winning at roulette or any other game for that matter. It’s simply a way to ensure you either leave the casino with a decent amount of winnings, or not to leave the casino without your shirt.

Four Key Methods to Money Management in Roulette

1. Never gamble with money you cannot afford to lose.

2. Have a Plan. Don’t fly blind. Come into the casino with a strategy or system under your belt. No one strategy or system is perfect, but they are all better than flying blind. Set goals for winnings and set loss limits.

3. Look for single zero tables, machines or online casinos, and play them when possible. Single zero tables decrease the house advantage by 50%.

4. Leave or stop playing once you have reached your desired goal limit. A hot streak can quickly become cold and wipe all your winnings and original bankroll out very quickly. Don’t be greedy, and leave the casino or game with money in your pocket.

Part of roulette money management is being able to take a break. Doing so if you’ve had a string of losing bets or even a run of winning ones.

The fundamentals of money management apply as equally to online roulette as they do to regular roulette.

December 4, 2013: posted in Money Management No Comments

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