Surely the most smooth and charming fictional agent that has ever graced our movie screens has to be the British 007 spy James Bond. Not only has this charismatic cocktail swilling good guy continued to keep the evil villains at bay, he also has his very own Roulette strategy.
As lovers of the Bond franchise will be aware, Bond himself is renowned for his luck when playing at the casinos. So lets see what makes up the James Bond Roulette strategy, if it works, and is it worth using it.
HOW DOES THE JAMES BOND ROULETTE STRATEGY WORK?
THE JAMES BOND ROULETTE STRATEGY IN ACTION
To try the James Bond Roulette Strategy you will need a minimum of €20 or your currency equivalent, if you're a player with a larger budget than you can start with €200, €2000 etc, but for the purposes of this explanation I'll be using a €20 total bet.
You need to bet €14 or 14 bet units on the high numbers 19 - 36
You need to bet €5 or 5 bet units on the six numbers 13 - 18
You need to bet €1 or 1 bet unit on zero to act as your insurance policy
The above bets combined equal €20, and the following amounts will be paid for a successful winning spin.
A number from 19 - 36 landing will pay you €28, leaving you with a profit of €8 for the spin.
A number from 13 - 18 landing will pay you €30, leaving you with a profit of €10 for the spin.
The number zero landing will pay you €36, leaving you with a profit of €16 for the spin.
The obvious downside to this Roulette method is that if a number between 1 -12 lands, then it will be a losing spin. From here you can either carry on with the same bet sizes, or increase them as you would when using the Martingale Roulette system, which is a progressive based method.
IS IT WORTH USING THE JAMES BOND ROULETTE STRATEGY?
CAN I BEAT ONLINE ROULETTE WITH THE JAMES BOND ROULETTE STRATEGY?
As I have said in our tips for online roulette page, there are no fool proof and guaranteed methods to beat the wheel, but you may have some short term success and luck with any number of strategies such as the James Bond method.
Many other reviews of this method rightly state that if you were to spin the wheel 37 times and each number landed once, then you would lose €20 every 37 spins of the wheel. This is of course not great news for a roulette strategy, but it is also very unlikely to happen, you are much more likely to get a variety of results every 37 spins. I thought it would be interesting to try this out, so I've made a YouTube video that you can check out at the bottom of this page.
As with most gambling scenarios, the key to success is knowing when to walk away. If you do get some early wins and build your balance up then it would be a wise decision to cash out and take a quick profit. Just remember that the house always has the edge, and eventually no matter how lucky you are, that edge will catch up with you.