Online Roulette

How to win casino roulette

This tutorial explains roulette tips and some simple secrets so you know how to win at Roulette, no matter if it is online or at real casinos. I've been playing roulette for over 21 years, and training winners for almost 7 years. I originally started my career in standard, real world casino tables, before moving to online casinos when I realized their potential.

Whilst online and offline games are essentially the same game, there are some important differences that the savvy player can leverage to create profits, very quickly, and very easily. Known as a game of chance, Roulette is better understood as a game of probabilities. Looked at in this way, we can begin to see some interesting opportunities for bringing home the bacon!

First let's take a look at some key points of online Roulette.

Online Vs. Offline

Whilst this tutorial will teach you how to win big at a real life table, the true potential of this method lies online. Let's take a look at a few of the key benefits of online games.

  • Ability to go from one casino to another with just a few clicks of a mouse
  • The option to play Roulette in locations where land based casinos are not allowed
  • Less noisy distractions, often designed to induce excitement and higher risk play
  • A much higher number of Roulette variations
  • More betting options - information on table limits and betting options is easy to access and obvious
  • Faster play - this one is very important, the speed you can play is down to you, the player

The main points for our purposes here are the increased betting options and faster play. We will use both of these to start raking in big money.

Getting Started - Choosing a casino

First things first, you will need to get set up with some reputable online casinos. Do not take this sentence lightly, remember we are going to be profiting on the probabilities. When playing online the software is governed by a Random Numbers Generator (RNG). All reputable online casinos subject their RNG to rigorous testing by independent auditors and publish information regarding this on their websites. Without this enforced randomness, online casinos can alter the wheel to prevent your consistent winning, so choosing a casino is of the utmost importance.

Most well-known, large online casinos will work with this method. It should be noted that whilst this method is not illegal, it is certainly not approved of by casino staff, online or otherwise. To lessen your chances of your casino accounts being revoked (rare but fully possible) we recommend opening at least three accounts at different casinos. You can start with one to get the feel of the method but when you really start getting the cash in, switch to the next account. Aim not to win more than $500 per day at any one casino.

The following casinos offer a well-regulated service, with public information on their RNG audits, accept users from all countries, and have some excellent startup bonuses to boot. We have used our system in all of these without any issues. Just click (or Ctrl+Click on some machines) to access the bonuses. If you are new to online casinos, you will need to initially download the casino software to play (free to download).

The Method

Ok, so we now understand a little of the basic differences between various casino types and the need for reputable casinos to make this system work for us. Let's get on with it and look at the system proper.


Through playing literally hundreds of games in land-based casinos, as well as playing thousands of simulated games online.

We determined that the hourly winnings were pretty much dependent on:

A. The speed of the game and

B. The size of your bets

This means as long as you apply the strategy correctly, your hourly wins will fall within a narrow average. Remember we mentioned the speed of online play as an advantage? Well, this is because, assuming an average table speed of about 60 hands per hour in a land-based game and 300 hands per hour playing online, the amount you can win per hour is strictly dependent on the size of your bets, which is determined by your bankroll.

This concept is easy to understand and simply means that if you play with black $100 chips, you should expect to win more than a player betting with green $25 chips. Likewise, the green chip player will average winning more than the red $5 chip player and so on.

The beauty of the Roulette Slayer system is simplicity - so let's start at the beginning.

Roulette Slayer Strategy

Now we really get to the nitty-gritty of this system, which to be honest is actually very simple when fully understood. As mentioned the secret lies in probabilities so let's look at this concept a little more.

  1. In a sequence of 5 decisions of roulette, i.e. where the wheel will land, in this example we will say Red or Black, either outcome could dominate
  2. In a sequence of 10 decisions of roulette it is more likely neither will dominate
  3. In a sequence of 25 decisions of roulette it is almost certain neither outcome will dominate

At first this may not make sense so let's break it down a little.

With a game of chance, where the outcome is 50%, the longer the series, the closer reality will come to the probability. This could be a coin toss or the red and black of a roulette wheel, or equally even or odd numbers. Each will approach closer and closer to the probably of 50% the longer the series of play.

Let's say we spin the wheel and the result is RED, the next spin could be RED or BLACK.

We spin again and the result is RED again, the next spin could again be RED or BLACK but is slightly more likely to be BLACK.

Continue this logic up to 25 spins, the likelihood of the next spin being BACK is almost a certainty, and indeed in real play, the runs rarely reach more than 8 of the same type before a change. Over a long sequence probability rules there will be an equal number of both colours, head or tails, even or odd, etc.

But... how to we profit from this knowledge of probabilities?

The answer is by placing progressive bets.

The Progressive System

Right, pay close attention to this sequence and re-read it as many times as you have to till it makes sense (but the simplicity is overwhelming when you get it!)

  1. We place a $1 base bet on RED, spin and it lands on RED, we now have $2
  2. We place a $1 base bet on BLACK, spin and it lands on RED, we lose (and now have $1)
  3. So..we double the bet and place $2 on BLACK and it lands on BLACK, we win $4
  4. We then go back to our base bet and place $1 on RED
  5. To carry this on, if we win we switch colour (or odd/even) and place the same base bet for that level of play.
  6. If we lose we keep betting on the same colour but we double the bets each spin until we win. By the time we win we will cover any losses, earn a small profit then go back to our base bet amount, in this example $1
  7. Once we have earned enough bankroll to get to the next level, we increase the base bet.

This may sound very simple but the power contained here is mind-blowing. The possible pitfalls are getting too greedy and upping the base bets without having the bankroll to cover bad runs. Remember we said that after 25 decisions of the spin in roulette the probability is almost a certainty? Well the whole point of our base bet levels and bankrolls is to make sure we have enough money to cover any losses up to this level.

Let see a recording of a real world online game as an example of this play, starting with $1 bets which we will arbitrarily call level 1, and a bankroll of $90 (see later tables to understand the levels).

A little word of advice also, in reality for whatever reason, most players seem happy to play sensibly and follow the system for about an hour's play at a time. When playing for longer periods, either people start to make mistakes or take unnecessary risks, the mark of a hopeless gambler and not a real 'player'. Be sure to try and keep your play confined to hour long sessions then take a break, or risk learning the hard way.

Base Bet Level of play Bankroll Win? Loss?
$1 1 $91 Y  
$1 1 $92 Y  
$1 1 $91   Y
$2 1 $89   Y
$4 1 $85   Y
$8 1 $93 Y  
$1 1 $94 Y  
$1 1 $95 Y  

It should be realized by now that the power of this system is that it does not matter whether you win a bet or lose, as long as you are keeping your base bets within our calculated limits and playing with the right size bankroll, you will continue to profit steadily at a rate that over a long period, is both easy to estimate with a high accuracy and profit amount.

To sum up the important parts of the system:

  • Only bet on 50% chance options, either RED/BLACK or ODD/EVEN
  • Only EVER bet the correct base bet for your current level (decided by your bankroll)
  • NEVER bet of 0 or 00 depending on your table type
  • If you win, switch colour (i.e. if RED then to BLACK) or to number type (i.e. if ODD to EVEN) and bet the base bet amount
  • If you lose, place another bet of the same type but double the previous bet, until you win, then switch and return to the base bet.

This is so simple, but the ability not to lose in the long run lays in sticking strictly, even mechanically to the strategy, even on a long string of losses. The whole point of the bankroll is that it covers you to regain that win before losing your bankroll, NEVER be tempted to bet beyond your level for quicker results, this is the play of losers.

If you are not certain, all online casinos usually have practice wheels that involve fake money and simulated play. Use the strategy of these until you are sure you understand and are confident before risking any real money.

The information tables after this will look into the level calculations a little further, use these tables religiously and you will be gaining $2000 an hour in no time.

Start small - Earn big!

This is how we are going to play from here on out. The strategy is a form of progressive strategy, starting with small, safe bets to build our bankroll, increasing the bet units incrementally until we are up to our target $2000 per hour figure.

The table below illustrates the relationship between hourly winnings and the level of bankroll used at a table averaging 60 hands per hour for land-based play and 300 hands per hour for online play. These figures are based on the actual results from hundreds of games played in real casinos. While this table, as well as the ones which follow, show the amounts you can win over different time periods with different amounts "invested" in each game, there is nothing hypothetical about these winning rates. These amounts are based on actual casino games.

Betting, Bank-Roll and Win Rates

Hourly Win Rates

Base Bets Bank-Roll Total Bank-Roll Win Rate Per Spin Land-Based - 60 Spins Per Hour Online - 300 Spins Per Hour
$0.10 $10 $20 $0.039 NA $11.76
$0.25 $25 $50 $0.098 NA $29.40
$0.50 $45 $90 $0.196 NA $58.80
$1 $90 $180 $0.392 $23.52 $117.60
$2 $175 $350 $0.784 $47.04 $235.20
$3 $275 $550 $1.176 $70.56 $352.80
$5 $400 $800 $1.96 $117.60 $588.00
$10 $800 $1600 $3.92 $235.20 $1176.00
$15 $1200 $2400 $5.88 $352.80 $1764.00
$20 $1500 $3000 $7.84 $470.40 $2352.00
$25 $1900 $3800 $9.80 $588.00 $2940.00
$35 $2600 $5200 $13.72 $823.20 $4116.00
$50 $3700 $7400 $19.60 $1176.00 $5880.00
$75 $5600 $11,200 $29.40 $1764.00 $8820.00
$100 $7500 $15,000 $39.20 $2352.00 $11,760.00
$200 $15,000 $30,000 $78.40 $4704.00 NA
$300 $22,500 $45,000 $117.60 $7056.00 NA
$500 $37,000 $60,000 $196.00 $11,760.00 NA

Bank-Roll - This is investment you will need to make for each level of play, for example, to make $1 minimum bets you will need to have a bankroll of $90. It is not safe for you to play without that much in your bankroll, you risk going back to zero.

Total Bank-Roll - This is fairly self-explanatory, and is how much total Roulette money you will need to play this system.

The win rates should be obvious, and represent the hourly amount that can be won using the strategy although to explain the final online figures, I have not included win rates online above $100 bets as many online casinos will actually not allow bets this high.

To illustrate the use of this table a bit further, say for example you were working with bets of $5, you would need to start with $400 in your bankroll and make another $400 to reach an $800 bankroll before you could increase your base bets to $10. Make sure you understand this before play.

From the calculated spin rates for on-line gaming, we can work out exactly how long it will take to reach each betting target...