Learn Roulette Wheel
Three gambling pros answered the call to
teach the Learn
Wheel Program at Gambling Teachers.
Roulette program includes table layout images, betting
lessons, 2 quiz and an in depth discussion about roulette signatures
Gayle Mitchell, Queen of Content, was in for the spin as she
"I can't pass by a wheel without stopping to watch the players and the
action, be it online
roulette or offline."
Professional gamblers, Frank Scoblete and John Grochowski contribute
their expertise for this international game.
Learn Roulette Wheel Introduction
The lessons for this Learn Roulette Wheel program are listed below.
Roulette Table Layout & Betting Selections
at the table and History
Five Strategies to Spin for Profits
Signatures by Frank Scoblete
Roulette Wheel Methods: The Good and Ugly
Betting Selections and Wheel Math
Fast Track Gambling Tips Series
Roulette Wheel Terms
by John Grochowski
Quiz by Gayle Mitchell
Quiz Series: 25 Quiz Picks
Roulette has been with us for more than two centuries before the
introduction of online roulette. Modern wheels,
complete with red and black spaces, numbers 1 through 36 and zeros,
have been traced back to Paris in the 1790s.
Take an English game called roly-poly, move it to France and layer on
an Italian game called biribi, and you have roulette.
The horizontal gaming wheel was invented in England in 1720 for
roly-poly. The wheel alternated black and white slots, and players bet
on either black or white. Roly-poly was banned in England in 1745, but
the wheel survived in France.
By the late 1700s, the French were playing a game similar to roly-poly.
The French wheel alternated red and black slots, as on modern Roulette
wheels, but there still were no numbers.
The 36-number version of the Italian ball game biribi, then popular in
France, was adapted to the existing wheel, giving its numbered slots.
Fully modern wheels, complete with numbered slots and both a zero and
double-zero, have been traced to Paris in 1796.
The important difference between American and European games is:
European wheel does not have 00.
Standard European wheel has only a 0, with no 00, while most US wheels
have both 0 and 00.
That leaves the American wheel with 38 numbers - 1 through 36 plus two
zeros while at the same time, the European wheel has only 37
numbers, 1 through 36 plus 0.
Learn Roulette Wheel Math:
Both America and European wheels can be found in Europe=double-zero
wheels and alternatively single-zero wheels in the United States.
However, double-zero wheels far outnumber US single-zero versions.
And for more than 200 years, the math has been well known.
Barring an unbalanced wheel, the house is going to keep collecting its
percentage---an average of $5.26 for every $100 wagered on a
double-zero wheel, unless bettors are foolish enough to make the
five-number bet on 0, 00, 1, 2 and 3. On that bet, the house keeps
$7.89 per $100 in wagers.
When you complete this how-to program, I can guarantee you will be a
long way from making foolish bets whether playing roulette online or
Let's spin that Roulette Wheel and parlez vous along the way.
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