Best Strategies To Win At Bitcoin Dice

I am sure that you have come across people that teach the best strategies to win at Bitcoin dice and you’re excited on how to use these strategies to win a lot of bitcoins. 

Well, what are these strategies and how are they applied? Another issue that we should address is how workable they are.

Gambling strategies are approaches to the games that give you a better chance of actually hitting a win or series of wins. Even if these do not happen concurrently, it is expected that when such strategies are applied, that the player goes home with more coins than they used in gambling.

However, what we have learnt over time is that most of these strategies do not work as well as they have been projected to, giving rise to the suspicion that they are promoted by casinos to give the players a false sense of assurance that they can beat the house. 

As you must have known by now: the house always wins. So the best strategy that you can apply if you want to keep your BTC intact is – DO NOT PLAY. Of course I am aware that you wouldn’t want that. That’s why I am putting down these strategies for you if you’re a player that wants to go about your gambling activities in a systematic way.

At least, this gives you the impression that you’re not going into the game without a plan. Also, we are aware that there are some gamblers that actually get lucky at the games. After all, some win the lottery or the jackpot.

So what are the strategies that you can use on Bitcoin dice? First let us understand how the game is played.

What is Bitcoin Dice?

This is one of the most popular Bitcoin games due to its simplicity. The fact about the Bitcoin dice game is that you do not need a skill to play it. It is a game in which dice is rolled and your job is to predict whether the outcome of the dice roll would be higher or lower than a number that is presented.

In some casinos, the original number that you bet with is presented to you, but you have the option of changing the number to another of your choice before the dice is rolled. You can bet high or bet low. That is, betting that the outcome of the dice roll will be higher than the number or lower than it. If your bet is correct, you win.

A Game of Luck

Mere knowing the rule of the game tells you that the outcome of the roll of the dice would be luck. There is no professionalism or skills involved. However, as we have already stated, what you’re looking for in a strategy is a structured way of using your bankroll knowing that you may get lucky.

Strategy 1: Martingale

In this strategy, the player doubles their bet after every game. This implied that when they play a game and lose, they double the amount that they bet in the first game. The logic is that they’re trying to recover their losses.

Basically, this strategy is about chasing your losses to recover them through a bigger bet that could result in a bigger win. This is based on the premise that you have enough funds in your bankroll to conclusively chase your losses until you win.

Since you do not know how many losses you would incur before the winning game, this strategy can only work if you’re committed to playing as long as it takes to win while doubling consecutive games.

Strategy 2: D’Alembert

This strategy encourages you to double your bet when you lose just like in the Martingale, however you’ll have to reduce your bets when you do win.This is just like protecting your wins while simultaneously chasing the losses for recovery. 

Strategy 3: Paroli

In this strategy, the player determines what their starting bet is and doubles every winning bet. This means that consecutive bets are doubled as long as the player wins. But this is not done more than three times. 

This strategy is based on the assumption that the player would have winning streaks. Let us just say that this is the opposite of the Martingale with a difference: the doubling of bet ends after the third consecutive win.

Like the other strategies, this is based on the presumption that there would be a number of consecutive wins by the player which must be maximized.

Strategy 4: The Inverse Martingale

As you may have noticed, the Martingale is a popular strategy employed by people who want to beat the house in the game of Bitcoin dice and others. In inverse Martingale, the concept was to double the bet after each win. The idea is aimed at maximizing wins when they do happen.

Summary

As we have already stated, for you to execute these strategies successfully, you must have limitless funds so that whenever the losses happen, you could pursue them to recover and keep in profit irrespective of the house edge. Nevertheless, what is obvious is that it would be a race against yourself.

Gambling can never be a source of wealth for anyone except the house. That is the reality. That is why you must approach it as a game and not as a source of livelihood or something that could give you overnight wealth. Sure, the jackpot could be won, but even then it happens in one out of a million. The likelihood that you’d be the winner is close to the probability of being struck by a hail stone.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you play Bitcoin dice games?

The Bitcoin dice gives you the opportunity to bet on the outcome of a dice roll. You’re to bet whether the outcome would be over or below a specified number from 1-100.

How do you win in dice games?

There really is no strategy that guarantees you a win because this is a game of luck. Moreover, the house still has an edge which implies that in the long run, you may not win.

What are the best strategies to employ?

High multipliers may give you the chance of big wins once in a while, but even this is not guaranteed.

Can strategies be applied automatically?

Some casinos would enable you to activate strategies such as Martingale automatically, but this really may not help you. Remember, this is all about how lucky you get. Doubling bets for losses may bankrupt you!

Author: Jofor Humani

Jofor is a crypto journalist with passion for investigative review of projects with the aim to determine the authenticity of their claims.