Question about Roulette RTP and Strategy

I have not played much roulette and can easily be considered a noob. This article I read recently stated that different roulette wheels have different RTP percentages, is this accurate and if so how much is the difference?

Furthermore, the article also stated that you can use roulette strategies, as an example to minimize risk you can place outside bets, like odd/even, red/black, or high/low. I would just like to ask if these rules can still apply to online roulette games?

I didn’t read the whole thing yet. But just quickly scanned it.
RTP is usually a slot term , but in essence it’s the same thing, wether you say European roulette has a house edge of 2.7% or an RTP of 97.3%.

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So American or 2 zero roulette has double the house edge of single zero roulette
If u prefer RTP just calculate 100-5.4%
Which again is a different way to say the same thing

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Awesome thanks so much for clarifying that, so generally speaking European roulette has better odds?

Also, what do you think of the strategies listed? are the outside bets the safest option, and if so is there a recommended bet amount?

The short answer is save yourself the time and ignore all he says.

And yes higher house edge means worse game for the player.
2.7%house edge is less then 5.4% so European roulette is generally better for a player, but if you don’t have a way to overcome the house edge somehow it’s equally bad, because u ll loose your money.

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