There are times when the best roulette strategy fails to produce results. The strategy in question is referred to as ‘the best’ on several accounts. Some strategies are designed by people who are considered as roulette masters, because their exploits are behind the wheel. Others are considered the best strategy because of the health reasons behind them. When the truth of a roulette strategy is based on good mathematical reasoning, you really can’t doubt it (especially given the adage that says ‘numbers don’t lie’). Others are still considered the ‘best strategy’ because, in the personal experience of many people, they usually work.

Therefore it tends to be a big surprise when, despite applying the ‘best’ roulette strategy, some people fail to get the desired results. Naturally, people who are disappointed like that will definitely ask the question, why the strategy failed for them. A deeper analysis of the circumstances in which this failure occurs reveals that there are three main reasons why even the best roulette strategies sometimes fail to produce results. That includes the fact that:

  1. Roulette is a coincidence game: this is a fact that many people forget when it’s hot. But the truth of the matter never changes – that roulette is a game of opportunity, and there is no strategy that can guarantee victory at any time. There is always an element of opportunity. Indeed, most of these strategies only exist to reduce your chances of losing, or to ensure that your losses aren’t too painful, when you have to suffer them. But because roulette is not purely a game of skill, there is absolutely no strategy that can ensure consistent victory.
  2. Home always has the advantage: this will always be a barrier to consistent victory, unless you only play in roulette tournaments. In the final scenario, you will play against fellow tournament competitors (not against the house). Thus, the ‘edge of the house’ will not haunt you. But as long as you play ordinary roulette, you have to live with the idea that home has an edge over you. Even without limits, roulette is designed so that the house will have a fifty percent chance of winning against you. So, even with the best roulette strategy, your chances of winning are fifty percent. But home excellence reduces this, sometimes (depending on your strategic maneuver) to the point where your probability of winning is under one percent!
  3. Strategies are not always applied in the right way. There are cases when people lose in roulette, despite applying the best strategy – not because of home excellence or because roulette is a mere chance game, but because they implement the strategy in the wrong way. The nature of the roulette strategy is such that you not only need to understand it, but also the principles underlying it, when to apply it, and how to apply it. Even if you know the best strategy, but you apply it the wrong way, or at the wrong time, you will definitely lose.

The author believes in playing roulette by observing all the rules of roulette and saying that you must be able to devise a roulette strategy within the scope of this roulette rule.