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How to Play Roulette in Las Vegas:

Las Vegas Roulette For Everyone

Las Vegas roulette is a "spectator sport," and one of the simplest Vegas has to offer the gambling world. The house odds are very strong, meaning this is a game you probably shouldn't sit at for a long time trying to win. These are a few simple tips to enjoying roulette:

Keep it Simple:

Roulette's simple to play, so don't overthink things. The house has a big advantage, so it's pretty tough to win big at roulette. Know your bet limits--if you can, find a table with a low minimum bet to help your chances (and your pocketbook). These are usually found at the smaller casinos.

Betting Strategies/The Law of Independent Trials:

The longer you play, the more likely you are to lose. Every roulette table has a lighted board that shows which numbers and colors came up recently. This is to distract you, in essence. The Law of Independent Trials states that each roulette play is completely random and has nothing to do with previous plays. The wheel has no memory, and no numbers are ever "due" to come up. The casinos put these up because they win more when people pay attention to them. Regardless of what books say, there are no "tendencies" of wheels to come up with certain numbers. Enjoy the game for what it is, and leave it at that.

Don't Hold a Grudge or Get an Attitude:

Beyond your own experience, the other people at your table would like to enjoy a good time as well. You're there to enjoy the experience, so make sure those around you do also. Nobody likes to see a sore loser's temper tantrum. Leave the bad feelings at home when you arrive at the table.

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