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I’m sure you have watched the famous James Bond movie ‘Casino Royale’. Here at CasinoTop10 we unveil Mr. Bond’s Roulette strategy that will make you win money.
Let’s start with the basics. This strategy works on a roulette table with one zero or as it’s more commonly known as the European Roulette.
James Bond Strategy – 3 easy bets!
The James Bond Roulette strategy is quite easy and when given proper thought, it makes a lot of sense. This strategy involves placing 3 bets at a time, or as we call them 3 James Bond bets. This strategy revolves under the idea that a person utilises $200 of his bankroll as a total bet however this total bet can be increased or lowered accordingly depending on the size of your bankroll. When increasing or decreasing the total bet, all other amounts must be adjusted proportionally for the James Bond strategy to work its magic.
The 1st bet
The 1st bet is 70% of your stake, so in our case it is $140. This bet is called 19 to 36. The 1st bet covers 18 of 37 numbers which in turn means that the 1st bet covers 49% of the probability of the outcome of the spin. This bet pays out 1/1 so that means that for every $1 we bet, we make a profit of $1. In this case we bet $140, so if during the spin the ball lands between 19 and 36 we get paid out $280 ($140 stake plus $140 payout). Given that the original bet stake for this spin is $200 we get paid out $280, therefore we make a profit of $ 80
The 2nd bet
The 2nd bet is 25% of your stake, so in our case its $50. This bet, called a street bet, or sometimes double street bet is placed on numbers 13 to 18. Our 2nd bet covers 6 of 37 numbers, which in turn means that the 2nd bet covers 16% of the probability of the outcome of the spin. This bet pays out 5/1 so that means that for every $1 dollar we bet we make a profit of $5 plus get our stake back so we get paid out $6. In this case we bet $50, so if we score any number between 13 to 18 we get paid out $300 ($50 stake plus $50 times 5 – $250 pay out). Given that our original bet stake for the spin is $200 we get paid out $300, therefore we make a profit of a $100
The 3rd bet
The 3rd bet is 5% of your stake, so in our case its $10. This bet, which is a single number bet is placed on the single number zero ‘0’. The 3rd bet covers only one number, which is an important number since its neither red nor black, neither odd nor even, doesn’t form part of the first half or 2nd half and destroys all 50/50 chances. James Bond likes this house edge number to be included in his strategy and it means that the 3rd bet covers 3% of the probability of the outcome of the spin. This bet pays out 35/1 (despite the probability of the outcome being 37/1). This means that for every $1 we get paid out $36. In this case we bet $10, so if during the spin the ball lands on ‘0’ we get paid out $360 ($10 stake plus $10 times 35 – $350 pay out). Given that our original bet stake for the spin is $200 we get paid out $360, therefore we make a profit of a $160.
With the James Bond strategy, you cover 68% of the probability of the outcome to make a profit. This means that if you are unlucky and the number lands between 1 and 12, you lose all your money, however given that this strategy covers more than 50% , in the long run it should make you win money and coupled with the martingale system explained here ( this is definitely a sure win!
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