czwartek, 18 września 2014

How to beat roulette online

This is the granddaddy of all roulette betting systems. In fact, the Blackhand system is probably the oldest betting system ever devised to beat the casinos. It is also the system most used by novice roulette players who give it a try on the even-money bets on odd/even or red/black. The Blackhand is a double-up-after-you-lose progressive betting system, which simply means you double the size of your next bet whenever the previous bet lost. It is based on the assumption that if you keep doubling your bet after every loss, you will eventually win and recoup your losses plus end up with a 1 unit profit. 
For example if you wagered £5 on red and a black number wins, you would lose the £5 wagered and your next bet is doubled or £10. If a black number won again, you would bet £20. At this point in the progression you are down £15 (£5 + £10). If you win the third bet you win £20 which is enough to cover the £15 lost on the previous two spins plus a profit of £5. Often the Blackhand progression is used for sleepers or numbers that haven’t come up after many spins. Players will watch the wheel, record the numbers that win, and then if certain numbers or colors or columns haven’t won in a while they jump in and start betting using a Blackhand progression. 

European roulette wheels offer better odds than American roulette wheels. American wheels contain both a 0 and a 00, while European wheels have just the 0. The house edge on a European wheel is 2.7%. Some European-style game offer a "surrender" feature which means you lose only half your bet if the ball lands on 0, or an en prison feature which is complicated to explain but is effectively the same thing. Either feature lowers the house edge to about 1.35%. European wheels are hard to find in land casinos in the U.S., and where they are available they usually come with high table minimums. Online it's a lot easier.

For example William Hill roulette Has high table limits, it’s perfect for Blackhand roulette system, and you will get £ 150 free bonus after registration, you can use it to test this system.

The Upside To The Blackhand betting system - The upside to using this strategy is that it can increase/prolong your winning runs over the short term. For example, if you're betting on red and you get 3 blacks in a row, then a red, then 4 blacks in a row then another red, you're losing more bets than you're winning but you're still in profit. This is the Blackhand prolonging your winning run.