Roulette is one of the most fun games you can play when you go to a casino – you can play live table Roulette with other people playing too or Video Roulette for a more personal experience. The best part of Roulette is anyone can play it without requiring too much knowledge which is why it’s one of the most popular casino games around today, and for a newcomers especially it’s way more fun and easy to quickly pick up than say Blackjack or Texas Hold’em.
If it’s your first time playing and you’re learning how to play, it’s probably best to play Video Roulette on your own, so that if you make some silly mistakes, you’re not too intimidated by old seasoned pros at the live tables. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the Top 5 Roulette Video Tutorials you must watch…
How To Play Roulette
A must start for everyone; this video gives you all the odds and more importantly the probabilities for betting on Roulette. It’s easy to understand and it also gives you some of the other ways to place bets you might not have thought of, for example the six line bet and that it pays 5/1. It’s nice to get the exact figures and statistics on what edge the casino has against you, and you can keep these in mind when playing. The longer your money lasts, the more fun you’ll have!
Zero Lounge Roulette Tutorial
This is a perfect way to start off if you’re new to Roulette, although it does take a while to get used to the new and/or different terms used, which is why the video tutorial is important to watch. It’s based only on Video Roulette and there is no live table version, the odds here are more favorable for the player as there is no zero but you still get 35/1 on a certain number coming up. In this version we have different colors too, leaving the red and black version to have a white and blue version, but it also cuts down on the amount of bets you can place, which is why it’s such a good place to start if you want to learn how to play Video Roulette.
Roulette, How to Play & How to Win!
This video gives you a more detailed account of American style Roulette where they have zero and double zero, this means the casino has a greater edge over you and it’s probably wise to only play on the European tables where they only have one zero and you are statically getting more value for your bets.
The video starts by telling you it will tell you ‘how to win‘ but correctly finishes off by telling the truth that there “is no skill required and no best strategy” for playing Roulette. We do get one really helpful hint though, if you play in Atlantic City and you place a bet on any even money line, and zero or double zero comes up, the rules state that the casino is allowed to take only half of your bet, which lowers the casinos edge.
The Real Hustle Roulette Scam
The first and most important thing to say about this video is DO NOT DO THIS, you WILL be arrested.
However, it’s nice to see what’s involved when people actually do try and cheat the system, and if you are playing live tables I think it would be good to be aware of these things if someone is indeed stupid enough to try and cheat. It’s basically all about how they get their bets on AFTER the wheel has stopped spinning and a certain number has come up. It’s clever the way they can work together and move their hands, however all casinos will have video cameras over the tables, so there is absolutely no way you will be able to do this in a casino. And as we all know, you can’t cheat at Video Roulette. As I said, it’s nice to see how people may try and cheat – it’s definitely something you want to be aware about in a casino.
Red or Black? Betting your whole life on one roulette spin
In this video we see British man Ashley Revell put his entire life savings on a Roulette spin, and he travelled all the way to Las Vegas to do it, obviously Video Roulette wasn’t as exciting for him! It’s definitely not something most people would do, but I believe British TV followed him around for a month or so and made a documentary about it. It must have been exciting making such a big bet on a spin of Roulette, but I wouldn’t do it! Would you?