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How do you always win on roulette?

Here’s an example which will remind you of how often I win, and the time in each lottery ticket.

The first time I won \$10 on roulette was in June 2014 when the odds of winning \$10 were 1 in 3 for an even number and 1 in 7 for a odd number. I got a \$10 slot machine bet.

The above example shows how often I won each time, regardless of whether the bet was even (5) or odd (13). You might win more if you bet even.

The following example shows how often you won each time, regardless of whether you bet even (1) or odd (2).

The above example shows how often you lost if you bet even (1) or odd (2).

The next example shows how often you won each time, regardless of whether the bet was even (1) or odd (2).

The example above shows how often I lost if you bet even (1) or odd (2). Notice that in a single example it’s not possible to win \$10 in a single day. This includes the one where the odds are 1 in 3 for an even ticket, 5 in 7 for an odd ticket and 13 in 13 for a zero ticket. (Here’s a good primer from The Daily Deal on what this means.)

The following example shows how often you won each time, regardless of whether the bet was even (1) or odd (2).

The example above shows how often I lost if you bet just half or even (1) (or even if it was odd), instead. (Notice the odds of getting one of these odds is 1 in 909).

How to choose a lotterie lottery ticket

When choosing a scratch-off lottery ticket, you need to consider many factors if you want to win.

The following chart shows the odds of winning each lottery, based on the value of the ticket and the odds of winning overall.

Lottery Ticket Value Odds Of Winning Lottery 1 in 3 \$1,000 \$1,000 1 in 909 \$6,111 6,111 1 in 589 \$3,111 3,111 1 in 1 \$1 \$2,112 1,112 1 in 909 \$2,112 2,112 2 in 999 \$1,099 3,099 2 in 12 \$1,250 3,250 2 in 999 \$5,999 6,000 2 in