My name is Mike Myers. I am the owner of Legion Marketing; my expertise is in nightlife. I believe that I know the best and brightest of everything that's in Las Vegas. I can help you skip the lines, skip the bad spots, basically cut the fat. How to play roulette. For what I know the easiest way is just to not play. The typical rule is: play your birthday. Play whatever numbers you want. Play them over and over again and that way you wan't kick yourself whenever it hits the second you take it off the board. The odds are exactly the same from each spin. I can't repeat that enough. The board that tells you what the past twenty spins were is the biggest scam in Vegas. If it hit red the last twenty times the chances of hitting black on the next spin is still the same as it was twenty spins ago. Black is not overdue. It's basically a game of risk where you try to guess the exact number the ball is gonna come up with and the exact color and then of course you would think that the odds would be fifty-fifty if it is gonna hit black or it is gonna hit red. However then they throw in the green: the zero and the double-zero, which is actually the reason why the odds are so bad on roulette. That's because you could always sit there and just go fifty-fifty, which means you and the house have exact same odds. However, considering they put the green ones on there, that means the house wins. Like I said: your best odds are just not play.