We have covered a number of the most prolific roulette strategies on the planet over the last few weeks.  Some are complicated, some are simple, but almost all of them require some thinking and tracking of some kind.  If you are looking for a quick break from the hardcore strategy (and think making pictures on the roulette table is fun), give the red snake roulette bet a try.

How To Make The Red Snake Roulette Bet

To make the Red Snake Roulette Bet, simply place a chip on the following numbers: 1, 5, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 23, 27, 30, 32, and 34.  The resulting bet will look like this on the roulette table:


If you can’t see why this bet is special, let me illustrate it for you.  If you connect all of the bets on the roulette table, it ends up looking like this:

And before you ask… no, neither this post nor the red snake roulette bet is sponsored by McDonald’s.  The yellow line just looked good.  And now I’m hungry.

While making the red snake roulette bet will not improve the odds of winning, it’s still a fun way to liven up a stale game or take a break from the same old strategy.

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If you want to learn more about roulette systems, check out the articles on the Labouchere Roulette System, the Reverse Labouchere Roulette System, the Three Two Roulette System, the Martingale Roulette System, the D’Alembert Roulette System, the Andrucci Roulette System.

Jeff White

Jeff has been an active gambler from the age of 18 when he won a small local poker tournament in San Jose, CA. He moved on to playing other casino games shortly thereafter, with a great interest in the statistics and mathematics involved. He has studied the historical gambling systems of nearly every popular casino game played today, and has written strategy books for several of them including blackjack, slot machines, craps, and roulette. Jeff has been a daily contributor to the Silver Oak Casino blog since the beginning of 2009.