Roulette Strategy : Quarter Betting Pattern

Roulette Strategy Video Information:

This strategy focuses on betting on 12 neighboring numbers. Enjoy!

Teaching different roulette strategies and other gambling related videos I’ve come across over the years. These are by no means a guarantee to win, remember the casino always has the advantage.

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Roulette Strategy : Quarter Betting Pattern

6 thoughts on “Roulette Strategy : Quarter Betting Pattern

  1. Got to hate the 0’s. You have me hooked on the neighbors I play 18 neighbors. And I’ll do a 10$ bet on 1 st 12 and 10$ on the 10to36. Or I’ll do 5$ on two different dozens and 5$ on two columns. Everything I’ve learn from your vids. Keep them coming jorge. Ken g.

  2. This I already played. You take 7 neighbours from 26 to 22 and have 18 nrs covered. It can go well but my other secret play on feeling and lookoe whats fallen is better with 18 nrs and a mixie of b/r and high/low

  3. Fairly new to Roulette. Are all wheels the same order? So if I followed the numbers you bet, would it be the same if I went to a casino in my area? Thanks for the strategy.

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