In anticipation of events, it should be said that there is no real and practical way to increase your chances of winning by playing roulette. If you have been looking for a strategy for a long time that will help you increase your chances of winning, we must disappoint you - such a strategy does not exist. Roulette is not a skill-based game. This is a gambling game based on complete chance, where no one can predict the future outcome.
If players want to play more skill-based games (although there is still a coincidence factor in the latter), they should think about games like Black Jack, where players count cards to increase their chances of winning. To date, many players have been trying to gain an advantage by adapting certain types of betting systems, in which case bets are increased or decreased based on past roulette results. However, the main problem with such systems is that past performance has no effect on future performance.
To make all of this easier to understand, one basic but useful example can be given. Imagine you are playing roulette and the ball hits the black box five times in a row. What is the probability that the ball and the sixth spin of the roulette wheel will hit black? Since the roulette (if we continue to talk about American roulette) circle still has the same 18 black squares out of 38, the probability remains exactly the same - 47.37%. This means that the probability has not changed just because of previous results.
Of course, players are trying to use many other strategies as well, but it has long been found that none of the strategies work. And while some players try to discover technical gaps in roulette tables so that by being able to figure out which squares the ball hits more often, they also fail to do so. This is because roulette tables are manufactured with great precision without making any mistakes. Such tables are properly balanced, thus ensuring that there are no deviations and inaccuracies. In addition, all roulette tables are regularly inspected by independent experts, thus ensuring that they are stable and their results are always unpredictable.