They say that moving house is one of the most stressful things in life and can strain the relationship between couples so much that house moving has been cited as the 3rd most influencing cause of divorce! Is that crazy or what?

What no one ever seems to report is that, often times, when we move house, that’s when we discover interesting and valuable items which we had stored away somewhere and had forgotten all about their existence until then.

When I moved house a few months ago, that’s exactly what happened! I came across a folder labelled ‘Roulette: Work-In-Progress’ and there were some real gems hidden in that folder which I had almost completely forgotten about until the folder resurfaced that day.

When I published ‘Roulette Reverse Dynamic-D’ or RRDD in 2017, I never expected to write another book on roulette! I really thought that was the last in-depth study I was ever going to write-up simply because it is really tedious with all the step-by-step manual charting that goes into all my systems.

However, using my forgotten notes, I did some testing and tweaking and the improvements that I have made to ‘The Difference System’ [TDS] originally published in ‘Roulette Secrets Unveiled’ are quite significant and I just had to write it up.

I ended up with just over 120 pages of content for the new book which is entitled ‘Advanced Difference System 2.0’ [ADS 2.0].

Having played over 300 sessions with it, I can also state unequivocally that ADS 2.0 is now my most preferred system when playing roulette.

Click this link to read all about it and discover why you too should adopt ADS 2.0 as your system of choice!

Exciting times are ahead and I wish you all the very best always!

If you entered ‘roulette betting strategies’ into Google, it will kick out almost 300,000 results though not all are relevant. So, let’s start with a definition:

“A betting strategy or betting system is a highly organized methodology adopted by gamblers who are attempting to beat the game or the casino to make a profit. Most betting strategies are based on analysis of game statistics.”

There are many critics of betting strategies and betting systems and they all make similar statements such as this example:

“No matter what system to use, it is impossible to overcome the house edge and therefore you can never beat the <game>” – where <game> can be any game.

The above statement is downright wrong. Let me explain!



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Roulette was first played in Paris in 1796, and it is a very simple game to play. Whether you play in a real land-based casino or online, the setup, the rules, and the odds, remain unchanged. If you play online, then it is best to only play at online casinos that offer live dealer roulette.

How To Play Roulette

The game of roulette is setup with a roulette table, a roulette wheel, and a croupier who spins the ball. Players usually sit at the table on the opposite side of the croupier.

Every roulette table has a minimum bet and a maximum bet for both inside and outside bets. To start playing, players put cash on the table. The croupier counts the cash and gives an equivalent amount of colored chips back to the player.

Every player’s chips have a different color so that there is no confusion as to whose chips are on the table layout.

Furthermore, the patterns on the chips vary from table to table so there is no possible confusion between players who may have the same color chips. In any case, a player cannot use chips from one table on another table.