Look at you going into the Casino to play Roulette with so much confidence. Nobody knows what gave you the confidence that day. Now this confidence couldn’t have come from a genie in a bottle or a voodoo charm. But from the fact that **you knew “something.”** Stop imagining and come closer to get let in on a little secret. That can actually make that imagination come true. Best Roulette Numbers. Don’t doubt, despite what some skeptics may say. They carry on their heads the notion that there’s no such thing as a “Lucky,” “Sure,” or “Best” number in Roulette.

But there’s a little secret circulating among many Roulette players. They swear by certain numbers that they hold the power to fetch you the “bag” more effectively than the rest of the numbers on the wheel. **“Give me! Give me!! Give me!!!”** you are probably screaming right now. Calm down and stick around. Because, in this post, the beans will be spilt on those supposedly best numbers. And why they might just up your Roulette game. Ready to roll the dice?

Someone alert the maths guru right now! Because you are going to be a problem for them. Haha. Alright. Seeing roulette from a mathematical standpoint, you will realize that it is an experiment. That has only two outcomes: success or failure. It’s a game of probability. When you grasp probability theory, testing the roulette system becomes a breeze. Hope you didn’t skip **maths class on the “Probability”**? If you did, that’s a shame because you’ll need that knowledge here. Even Ion Saliu, the mastermind behind Roulette Mathematical Strategies, believes that the real playbook for roulette is rooted in mathematics and probability theory.

**You’ve got either 38 or 37 numbers **in roulette, depending on the type you are playing. The probability of the ball landing on a specific number is 1/38 or 1/37. You don’t need to be a maths whiz to realize this. And note that each spin in roulette is its own event, unrelated to the others. They’re the **divas of randomness** if you will. That settled, look at how to calculate probability in roulette. The action follows a **Binomial n,p distribution,** marching to a zombie beat. In this case, n is the number of games, and p is the daring probability of winning the bet.

Now, when you’re hoping to hit the jackpot x times in n games, you throw in **some mathematical razzle-dazzle.** n combined with x, multiplied by p to the power of x, and then multiplied by (1-p) to the power of n-x. It’s as if you are crafting a secret formula for success. Where p is your winning superhero, and (1-p) is the sidekick trying to keep you humble by reminding you that **loss is hiding somewhere in the bush.** This might paint a better picture for you:

n: number of games

x: number of hits

p: hit prob of bet

Or

\ P(X_n = x) = \binom{n}{x} p^x (1-p)^{n-x} \

n: number of games

x: number of hits

p: hit prob of bet

To recap, the representation indicates **the probability of having x successes in n trials.** Where \(X_n\) represents the random variable associated with n trials, you can use the expression to figure out the chances of hitting the number 0, 1, 2 times, or more in roulette. But chill. Before you know whether a bet makes you money, you need to know about this thing called **“mathematical expectation.”** It’s a bit of a head-scratcher, so it’ll be saved for another day.

For those who aren’t big on maths, your blood might be already boiling. You might be thinking, “Is there not some simple secret strategy to picking numbers and winning this game?” Well, truth be told, predicting where that ball will land is as if you are trying to predict the weather next year. **Pretty much impossible.** But, with these numbers that will be shared with you, you could hit it. Your best bet is to stay patient to the end. And **find out what these special numbers are** to help you twist roulette to your favor. Sure, some folks use their birth date as their lucky number. But to be real — how long are you going to stick with that? Until it’s worn out? There might just be a better way to do it.

When you think of the number seven, a cascade of associations might flood your thoughts. **The Seven Wonders of the World,** the seven colors of the rainbow, and the seven continents. There are seven days in a week. Seven heavens in Hinduism, and Islam believe in seven heavens, too. Heck!

Even in the Old Testament, God took six days to create the world, and He rested on the seventh. These are just a few of the many reasons why people love the number 7. It frequently graces the roulette wheel, a favored pick of luck. Gamblers, opting for a safe bet, often place their stakes on this number. And more often than not, it yields positive results.

The number 17 is another interesting number. That has got many gamblers going home with smiles on their faces. Its popularity in roulette is attributed to its strategic placement on the wheel. The right center. Since the majority of players instinctively follow the wheel in a clockwise direction, the position of 17 becomes a focal point. Hmm, now that is reasonable. This strategic location, found in the middle of both French and American roulette tables, has solidified its reputation as one of the best numbers to bet on. Many players believe in the heightened chances of the ball landing in its pocket. And indeed, numerous gamblers have enjoyed good fortune by placing their bets on 17 historically.

In fact, the Buffalo Bills, that American football team, has a thing for number 17. Their quarterback, Josh Allen, **proudly sports the jersey** with that very number. What’s really fascinating is that he snagged the spot as the 17th starting quarterback for the Bills after the legendary Jim Kelly retired.

Okay, to be fair, there are more pretty amazing stories connected to number 17. For example, businessman Mike Ashley once won **£1.3 million** betting on it in a single spin. And Sean Connery famously won a fortune betting on the number 17 three times in a row.

It’s quite intriguing how the number three takes center stage for many gamblers anywhere. The precise reason behind it **might blow you up.** But what’s clear is that people are winning. Interestingly, numbers 3 and 7 seem to be the power duo when it comes to popular roulette choices. It’s as if these numbers have formed an exclusive club, with players happily strolling along the path of luck that they seem to share.

*Whether it’s the charm of the digits or **some unspoken rapport** between them, the fact remains. That players keep coming back to these two numbers, and you’d think the roulette wheel has a special place for the journey of 3 and 7. *

No matter the extent to which this post sweetens your belly, do not forget about the house edge patiently waiting for you at the entrance of the casino. And to re-emphasize, roulette is based on chance. When you pick a so-called “lucky” number, it does not automatically translate into a win. Do not be deceived. **Do your thing the responsible way.** Almost forgot, the odds of winning a straight-up bet (single number such as 3 or 7) are 2.70% in European Roulette and slightly lower at 2.63% in American Roulette. Be cool as you spin away your free time.