With 170 wheels in Los Vegas, 144 in Atlantic City, thousands in Europe,
and hundreds in the Far East, roulette is undoubtedly the world's most
popular casino game. But can the game be beaten, except by luck? Yes,
says Russell Barnhart, an expert in gambling strategies and a roulette
winner for more than thirty years. In Beating the Wheel,
he shares his
Barnhart bases his findings on tens of thousands of spins of a biased
wheel—one which behaves a certain way due to damage. Although every
casino discards dice and cards daily, none can afford to replace an
expensive roulette wheel until after it has provided years of service. The
unavoidable wear and tear over the years causes defects that players
can capitalize on.
Barnhart advises players to watch a number of spins before investing,
noting which numbers repeat frequently. Using this knowledge, astute
players will win regularly.
In Beating the Wheel, the average player is taught how to use a
unique system developed by the author, based on escalating small bets.
No special training is required, and the system can be learned quickly
Russell T. Barnhart is the author of Casino Gambling, as well as Gambles
of Yesteryear, a survey of English and European gambling resorts. He
lives in New York City.