Roulette is one of the most popular gambling games around the world. Despite the fact that in free access to the Internet you can find plenty of strategies, none of them has proved its effectiveness in terms of obtaining financial profit. However, many gamblers who prefer roulette as their favorite casinoplay believe that it has happy and unhappy numbers. The former supposedly fall out more often. But is that really the case?

How is roulette played?

The principle of casinoplay is very simple. In the classic variation, the player puts his chips on the table, indicating the chances of falling out a certain number or combination. After that, the casino administrator begins to spin the wheel. The player just has to wait for the ball to finally stop, hitting a red or black pocket.

As for casinoplay on the Internet, it is conducted according to the same principles. Most of the gambling establishments on the Internet offer roulette in the American or European version. The difference between these two options is in the location of the cells, which determines what advantage the casino will have.

In the American version, there are 38 «pockets», while in the European – 37. The numbers do not change – just in the first version there is an additional pocket of green color 00. It would seem that this is a minor addition. But it seriously affects what are the chances of getting a particular number in the casino.

If we consider the American version, then the chance of falling out will be 1 out of 38, in the European – 1 in 37. In this case, it is easy to calculate that the casino advantage in the first option will be 5.26 percent, and in the second – 2.7 percent.

Are there lucky numbers in roulette?

How casinoplay will take place on the Internet is determined randomly. A random number generator is responsible for everything. If we are talking about a live casino, then the game is a responsible real dealer, whose actions can be observed online in the present tense. This excludes the possibility of somehow affecting the course of the game.

It seems that the results of the loss of a particular number are always random.

Nevertheless, some of the experienced players would disagree. There is an opinion that there are certain numbers that are «luckier than others. They are called «hot» numbers. By betting on them, players allegedly increase their chances of winning.

If we talk about the classic version of roulette in a land-based institution, then the number 17 falls out most often.

Experts explain this by its location on the playing field – in the middle. There is even a well-known case when one man managed to get more than 1.3 million pounds sterling simply because he constantly bet on this number. Also, experienced players note that the chance of the appearance of the numbers 23 and 24 is higher. This is due to the close location on the gaming table.

But what is the situation when it comes to casinoplay on the Internet? For a random number generator, there is absolutely no difference where exactly the numbers are located on the playing field. For him, they are all identical, so they have the same chance of falling out. Despite the fact that some of the gamblers believe that there are happy and unhappy numbers, such beliefs can be called myths.

Which numbers are considered unlucky?

Again, based on the unconfirmed experience of the players, the unlucky number is 13. Also, gamblers are advised to avoid betting on 34. If the reason for the minimum number of bets on the first number is the beliefs of Western culture, then the second situation can be explained by the fact that the number 34 is the furthest on the gaming table.

Also, quite unpopular are the number 6 and zero. However, there is no logically explainable fact of «unclaimed».

Is there a difference in color?

In roulette, there are 18 red cells and the same number of black ones. It is logically clear that the probability is 50/50. However, many players believe that red appears more often than black or green.

Ayush Bhansin

Ayush Bhansin has a degree in General Studies focusing on Interdisciplinary Sciences from Harvard University and has been a versatile contributor and analyst for 12 years. He offers a broad perspective on topics ranging from technology to lifestyle. His previous experience includes roles in market research and as a freelance journalist. He has brought his broad knowledge to various general content, providing insightful analysis and commentary. He is an emerging technology enthusiast and actively participates in various intellectual forums. He is also a classical music aficionado and enjoys exploring different culinary traditions.

Write A Comment