Your bankroll should decide the roulette strategy

Choose your roulette strategies according to how large is your bankroll

There is no shortage of roulette strategies and while none of them are infallible, they work better or worse depending on how large the player’s bankroll is. Those who intend to play roulette in a more methodical manner and rely on an established strategy must choose the one that is suitable for their budget. The two strategies presented below have pros and cons, but while both of them are easy to use one is aimed at helping beginners who try to build a bankroll and the other is suitable for those who already have one.

Use the Red and Black strategy to build a bankroll

The beauty of this roulette system is that it doesn’t require experience of a lot of money and taps into the huge enthusiasm that beginners have for making color bets. This is the most straightforward way of betting and the fact that the chances are slightly below 50% is encouraging for players. Regardless of the type of casino in which they intend to use this strategy, players should choose the European roulette over the American counterpart, because this one has only one zero on the wheel.

The Red and Black strategy relies on events that happen twice to trigger the increase or decrease of the amount wagered by one unit. After losing two times in a row, the player is expected to increase the bet by one unit and when he wins twice in a row he must decrease the next wager by one unit. It is easy to keep track of what happened and follow the strategy to the letter, while enjoying the game itself instead of trying to make complicated calculations all the time.

A healthy bankroll suits the Dozens and Columns strategy

Experienced players who had the time of building a bankroll should check out the Dozens and Columns system which is a rather aggressive progression strategy. The dozens represent the three group of numbers ranging from 1 to 12, 13 to 24 and 25 to 36,while the columns are just like the name suggests the three columns of numbers listed from 1 to 34, 2 to 35 and 3 to 36. Both dozens and columns are clearly bordered so it is impossible to miss them on either live or online roulette.

When betting on either dozens or columns, players use the sleeper system which means that they observe those areas where the ball didn’t land recently. After a relevant string is noticed, they start betting on the dozens or columns that haven’t had a number lately and increase their wager until they win. This is where the importance of having a deep bankroll shines because the Dozens and Columns system demands this kind of progression: 1-2-3-4-6-9-13-20-30-45-67-100.