# Roulette Trick ALL Experts Know | What is Roulette’s “Distributive Property”?

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All veteran roulette players know about the Distributive Property of Roulette Betting. They just might not know what it’s called.

Every multi-number bet can be broken up into smaller sized straight-up bets without affecting your payouts in any way. Similarly, smaller bets can often be “rolled up” into larger sized multi-number bets.

Save time, prevent awkwardness, and identify possible “bet nullification” by learning about the Distributive Property.

The WHOLE reason why this video exists is so that I can reference it in my bet about “BET NULLIFICATION”. Knowing about the Distributive Property is nice and all, but you can’t really save money with it unless you apply it towards detecting Bet Nullification. So please watch my Bet Nullification video:

0:33 – What is the Distributive Property of Roulette?
1:23 – Does this really work? Let’s see an example.
2:46 – Terminology
3:14 – Distribution/Decomposition definition
3:25 – Consolidation definition
3:36 – Density/Equity per Spot definition
4:12 – Formulaic proof of equality
5:12 – Chart of payouts
5:20 – What can I do with this knowledge?
6:03 – Identifying “Bet Nullification” or betting on 36+ numbers

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## 10 thoughts on “Roulette Trick ALL Experts Know | What is Roulette’s “Distributive Property”?”

1. John Smith says:

Straight up bets are more likely to win based on roulette mojo

2. Naveed Sk says:

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3. Dr. Jim Latour says:

I like how you compare at the end to the systems that CEG shows. These systems are what fans send in and CEG rates them in their videos. CEG even comments that "There is no strategy" – Alex. Your system is interesting though. I will try and let you know. So double streets, corners, and splits are my thing now. LOL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuePFYmplm0&t=7s

4. Mid Mo Yo says:

Your video got suggested to me,,,so your doing something right..lol. I just subbed. I have a small channel myself about craps. Do you play craps? Great content.

5. Tim Nellis says:

Great content. I've been watching Casino Quest roulette systems and I started to understand this phenomenon. Making it simple is always better.

6. no thank you says:

Way to suck all the fun out of it with math. We get it- you’re the coolest guy in study hall. Unfortunately it’s more thrilling to have a number hit straight up. It’s entertainment- and since we’re going to use the guys at casino quest as reference material. Your math gets a durian from me. Are you the reach around police?

7. Seth Black says:

I been aware of this, but didn't have a word for it. Thanks

8. Pit One Gaming says:

This channel is awesome

9. oxdevil says:

Common sense : \$6 on 2 streets = \$1 on each of the 6 numbers, this is not NASA ?! just simple Grade 1 math

10. Bogeys 12 says:

Until you have overlapping Inside bets that will present you with a 'jackpot' win.