Our advanced roulette strategy is a variation of the intermediate strategy, however, it is requires a huge bankroll (it is always a good idea to mention that you must never gamble more than you can afford to lose), it is extremely entertaining and thrilling.

This strategy is meant only for the most experienced roulette players, who have played the game a lot, who know the game well and are ready to risk and play with huge bankroll. This can be a very effective system for everybody who can afford to use it. It is carried out on European roulette only because it provides better chances to win. Its disadvantage is that it requires a big deposit which is needed so you can safe longer in case of a bad luck streak.

Unlike the intermediate roulette strategy, here you bet on 7 numbers, which increases your chances to win a spin to 18.93%. The stakes are more dynamic, higher and the winnings are also bigger, respectively. In order to carry out this strategy, in the most effective way possible, you need to have \$3430 in your balance because this keep in in the game for up to 20 unlucky spins of the wheel, each with 18.93% chance for you to win. Our advanced strategy may be also carried out with a much smaller deposit amount – \$430, however, this balance keep you in the game for up to 12 unlucky spins of the wheel. Balance of \$1204 also works and it will be ok for up to 16 bad luck spins.

Here is how the advanced roulette strategy is carried out. You have to choose seven numbers, which you think that will be lucky for you and bet \$1 on each of them (\$7 in total). You click spin and wait for a number to come out. If the number that came out is one of the seven numbers you have chosen, you win and repeat the same bet on the same seven numbers. You continue doing this every time you win. In case you lose, however, you need to continue to bet according to the chart we have made for you:

Example:

Let’s say, we have chosen the following roulette numbers: 1, 6, 8, 16, 23, 28, 35.

SPIN 1: We bet \$7 on the chosen numbers (\$1 each). The ball lands on 0, so we lose.
SPIN 2: We bet \$7 on the chosen numbers (\$1 each). The ball lands on 30, so we lose.
SPIN 3: We bet \$7 on the chosen numbers (\$1 each). The ball lands on 3, so we lose.
SPIN 4: We bet \$7 on the chosen numbers (\$1 each). The ball lands on 10, so we lose.
SPIN 5: We bet \$21 on the chosen numbers (\$3 each). The ball lands on 25, so we lose.
SPIN 6: We bet \$21 on the chosen numbers (\$3 each). The ball lands on 36, so we lose.
SPIN 7: We bet \$35 on the chosen numbers (\$5 each). The ball lands on 23, so we win.

As you can see, we place our bets according to the chart below. You may have noticed we increase our bet on each number after a certain amount of unlucky roulette spins, according to our calculations. We do this so that when we reach our lucky spin and win, we will have everything we have lost till that moment back plus profit, which you can see in the chart below. The profit is different and it depends on the SPIN № on which, one of your numbers will come out and you will win.

If you deposit \$420, you will be able to stay in the game for up to 12 unlucky spins (18.93% chance to win each spin).

If you deposit \$1204, you will be able to stay in the game for up to 16 unlucky spins (18.93% chance to win each spin).

If you deposit \$3430, you will be able to stay in the game for up to 20 unlucky spins (18.93% chance to win each spin).

Our advanced roulette strategy can be amazingly effective when it is carried out with \$3430 deposit because you will be able to cope with up to 20 unlucky spins and after all you will be able come out with a profit of \$170.

The roulette strategies you’ve read about in this article are just a part of what we have gathered for you as information about one of the most beloved casino games. Don’t forget to check out our roulette section and read more useful information.

The information on this website does not promise or guarantee winnings in any way. Gambling with real money poses a risk and everyone must do it wisely, under his own responsibility and will.