Im going to assume you've never played Roulette in a Casino before have you?

Placing multiple bets is the only way to seemingly beat the house.

With nothing but singular bets, the house will theoretically always win.

Say i bet on the 1st collum

Thats 33% win 64%loose with 33%=300%

If i bet on 1st collum and 1st-12

Then it becomes around 44% to win 300% 56%loose With a chance to win 600% of my bet because i can win money from both bets from One spin

Roulette is based upon the ability to bet multiple times. Because say i loose on that double bet, I lost Twice my regular bet. But if i hit that 600% then i make back all the money and then double the bet (200% to pay for the bet 400%profit)\

I've played roulette on online casinos plenty of times, but never in a real casino.Placing multiple bets is the only way to seemingly beat the house.

With nothing but singular bets, the house will theoretically always win.

Say i bet on the 1st collum

Thats 33% win 64%loose with 33%=300%

If i bet on 1st collum and 1st-12

Then it becomes around 44% to win 300% 56%loose With a chance to win 600% of my bet because i can win money from both bets from One spin

Roulette is based upon the ability to bet multiple times. Because say i loose on that double bet, I lost Twice my regular bet. But if i hit that 600% then i make back all the money and then double the bet (200% to pay for the bet 400%profit)\

Your logic makes no sense, as the house edge remains the same regardless of how many bets you place. I understand how you're thinking, but in the end,

*return remains the same*. Your chance of getting that 600% win is no better than getting the 300% win two times. In the long run, the odds remain the same. The only thing that changes with multiple bets is

*variance*, return and house edge ultimately remains the same.

This is why roulette is such a profitable game. You can speculate on the odds, but you never really know what they are...except not in your favor.

The bet you can make with the highest chance of winning is on a black or red column. There are 36 numbers along with 0 and sometimes 00. So you have a 48.64% chance of hitting the colored column you bet on with a single 0 wheel, but the payout is only double your bet. The extra 2.72% is the house's cut, on average.

Likewise, if you bet on a single number, you have a 2.70% chance of hitting that number. But the payout is only 36 times your bet amount, or 97.29% on average. The extra 2.72% is the house's cut, on average.

If the house uses a double green wheel, then you double the house's cut.

Indeed--I guess my comment was meant in a broader perspective. The game itself is designed to manipulate these percentages, like the 2.72 cut from the house or a double green. You can know the odds and play the odds and still lose.