How to Win at Online Roulette Samuel Blankson

Author/Artist: Samuel Blankson

Format: Paperback

Primary Subject: Roulette

Price: $37.80

The language of the book is good and smooth. He does not suffer from explaining and writing the same thing over and over. It is also easy to read, as no complicated or extremely rarely words are not used.

Dividing a book, any book into logical chapter is a very useful and wonderful thing, as everybody can start from the point, which is most interesting and important for him/her.

Blankson starts with description of the different types of the roulette game, like American, European, French, and the distinctions they have. He explains the smallest details so that every novice would not feel awkward at the table for the first time. But at the same time he does not devote much time to the details.

In the next chapter he is covering the rules of the roulette game. But he is not talking about the house edge until the next chapter. It is quite difficult to figure out, what is so good about the inside and outside betting. Also he gives the explanation of all the bets and the table of them in the end, which is not really handy, as you cannot see everything at once.

What else is good is that the author gives the correspondent tips in the chapter he is covering. Also he offers special bets.

The book is divided into two parts; the first one covers the land-based casino roulette, the second one - the online activity. It is quite strange that the author called his book "How to win at online roulette," while he devoted only a quarter of the book to the winning techniques in online roulette. The first half of the book covers the roulette in general.

He brings advantages of the online casino, like no parking, 24/7 open, no dress code, no travel time, no payout mistakes and so on.

He is talking about maximizing wins of simple dozen bet technique and the losses, which are possible in it. To make it simpler, Blankson drew a process diagram of the dozen bet technique. He also compares different techniques, which might be useful.

The author claims that to win in online roulette is easier than in the land-based one. Check it out. If you are still interested in other gambling activities, "Winning Casino Play" is that kind of book you need.

What if you can find your winning system? Let yourself try.