And how can you know when you’re in your “free fall”?
When the wheel falls, all bets are off. Your bets are paid back at this point, so no dice or luck is involved for most things, except for one thing. If a player can’t hit the ball, they lose.
How much should I bet before falling in?
The general rule is that a player should bet about $1,000 or $1,500. If they’re in a winning streak, go all in. Otherwise, the stakes should be set at $200 to $300 each round.
Why would my dice fall out?
A player is playing roulette after the wheel has fallen. Some of the odds have to be adjusted, so the dice might not fall out unless the player is really good at the game. A good player in this situation should probably bet $200 for each of these two reasons: he knows that his odds won’t be high enough to make it worth his while to take the gamble, or that after a few consecutive wins he will have had plenty of money to do so.
Should I bet the house on every round? If so, how much should I bet before the chance of losing drops?
This is a tough one, especially with a house edge of $100,000 or more. The house edge is based on the house’s expected winnings over the past 12 rounds. That is, with a house edge of $100,000, we expect to earn 5 cents on the dollar on this day after tomorrow’s play. While we can’t guarantee that 5 cents in the future will equal 5 cents in the past, there’s some chance that some of our expectations are off, which leads to a small chance of a loss. Also, it’s important to remember that many roulette games run as long as six hours, so it’s not a good idea to “turn” a win or loss in a few hours into a $5 win.
Why isn’t my ball rolling? Is there something wrong with the machine?
This is a question that I get a lot: “Is there something wrong with the machine?”
The answer is yes. Roulette only plays the ball in certain places in order to simulate the ball dropping in the casino