Learn About the Hidden Roulette Combinations
One of these roulette strategies are the hidden combinations, thought out and based on mathematical reasoning. Let's get to know them!
What are Hidden Roulette Combinations?
Hidden roulette combinations are not a trick, they are, after all, plays that are based on pure mathematical strategy. In the well-known roulette combinations (horse, full house, sextet), by betting more units on each combination in the same spin, the probability of winning is greater, but also the risk of losing a greater amount of chips if the result of the spin is not favorable.
Therefore, if we combine the terms of decreasing the risk per play by betting on sectors, with the known combinations (horse, full house…), the result would be the so-called hidden combinations.
How to Bet on the Hidden Roulette Combinations
Now that we know what the hidden roulette combinations are, we are going to explain how to bet on each of them. It is essential to know the correct placement of the chips on the table in order to place the right bet on the combination we choose.
Triangle Bet 22, 25 – Vertex Zero
You must place one chip on each of the horses 4/7, 12/15, 19/22, 18/21 and 35/32: two chips on the square 25/26/28/29 and two chips on the triangle 0/2/3. We will need nine chips instead of the seventeen that would be needed to bet all these numbers on full house.
We get a prize if one of the 17 numbers that form part of the zero vertex comes up. The amount varies according to the combination to which the winning number belongs.
The bet consists of placing two chips on the trios 0/2/3 and 19/20/21, two chips on the squares 14/15/17/18, 25/26/28/29 and 31/32/34/35, one chip on the horses 4/7 and 9/12 and one chip on the full 22. In total 18 chips are wagered, and we win if one of the twenty-three numbers that form part of the combination comes up.
The prize we collect varies depending on the combination to which the winning number belongs. The probability of winning is 62.16%: twenty-three out of a possible 37.
Small Roulette Bet
In this case you must bet one chip on the horses 0/3, 12/15 and 32/35 and one chip on the full 19 and 26. In total this adds up to five chips, instead of the eight chips required to bet on the full numbers.
You win if one of the eight numbers you bet on comes up. The amount of the prize varies according to the combination to which the winning number belongs. If one of the numbers we bet on comes up as a horse, the prize amount is 17 times the stake plus the amount bet.
If one of the numbers bet on a full house comes up, the prize is multiplied by 35 times the stake plus the amount wagered. The probability of winning is 8 to 37, which is equivalent to 21.62%.
Betting Half Moon 27/33
To bet, one chip must be placed on each of the following horses: 5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, and 33/36. In total, six chips, instead of the twelve that would have been needed when betting on full numbers.
A prize is awarded if one of the twelve numbers that make up the 27/33 crescent comes up. The prize amount is multiplied by 17, plus the stake. The probability of winning is 17 out of a possible 37, which corresponds to 32.43%.