Can math help you win at roulette?

These two videos will teach you everything about how math works on Roulette

Famous Physician Einstein have said:

No One Can Win at Roulette Unless He Steals Money from the Table While the Croupier Isn’t Looking

But this statement is truly wrong. Actually there are two options roulette wheel, the American wheel and the European roulette wheel. Our previous Article is about Bonus link in as follows

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Difference Between American roulette Wheel VS European Wheel

The house average or house edge or house advantage (also called the expected value) is the amount the player loses relative for any bet made, on average. If a player bets on a single number in the American game there is a probability of ​138 that the player wins 35 times the bet, and a ​3738 chance that the player loses his bet. The expected value is:

−1 × ​3738 + 35 × ​138 = −0.0526 (5.26% house edge)

For European roulette, a single number wins ​137 and loses ​3637:

−1 × ​3637 + 35 × ​137 = −0.0270 (2.70% house edge)

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Also See: How to Win at Roulette Every Time You Spin the Wheel

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