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Roulette Books Available on the Internet

The popularity of the game of roulette has provided an opportunity for some professional roulette players to become authors of roulette books. This means that aside from playing the game they love most, they have also ventured into a new profession, which is writing. But more than anything else, the aim of these roulette players is to be of big help to other roulette players who are determined to improve their skills to the next level. Roulette books can of course be purchased from bookstores. But there are also roulette books that can be ordered via the Internet. Let's take a look at three books about roulette that are available online.

First we have the roulette book "Beating the Wheel: The System That Has Won Over Six Million Dollars From Las Vegas to Monte Carlo," by R. T. Barnhart. It contains two hundred sixteen pages of valuable information about roulette. This book is recommended for readers who simply want to relax. It does not really provide that much idea about how to win a game of roulette. However, this book is interesting due to the fact that it contains details about roulette situations that have transpired all over the world. This book can actually be described as a trivial one. It is not for players who want to improve their skills, but it is for people who play simply for fun.

"The European Roulette Book: Innovative Strategies for the Single Zero Roulette Wheel," by Kimo Li is another roulette book that we recommend. The concept of this one-hundred-twenty-four-page book is somewhat similar to the other book of Li, which is the "The Roulette Formula: How to Predict the Exact Number." Apparently, the major difference is that "The European Roulette Book: Innovative Strategies for the Single Zero Roulette Wheel" talks about the European roulette wheel, whereas the other book talks about the American double zero roulette wheel. However, just like the book about the American wheel, this roulette book also discusses the Global Pie Method as well as the Global Star System. In this book, Li thoroughly explains how the Global Pie Method and the Global Star System produces the Eclipse strategy when combined. This book is ideal for readers who have a vast experience in playing roulette. We don't recommend beginners to read this book as this may only make them confused.

Another roulette book that is available online is "All About Roulette," by John Gollehon. Unlike the first two books mentioned, this roulette book is highly recommended to novice players. This is so because Gollehon discusses not only the basics of the game, but also its history and many other aspects that form part of roulette. Gollehon talks about the entire roulette equipment, which includes the chips, ball, table, and wheel. Gollehon extensively explains the procedure of the game, which is very favorable for readers who are beginning players or those who do not have any idea about the procedure at all. The author also clearly discusses several types of bets, such as red/black, odd/even, and inside/outside. What makes this even more exciting to read is the fact that Gollehon knows how to add humor in his book.

All these books can be ordered via the Internet.

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