FOBT Force Zero is a simple roulette system that people use on the bookies betting terminals. As the name suggests, the idea is to ’force’, or wait for the zero to hit, although it can be adapted for any number. Standard FOBT odds suggest that the chances of hitting a single number are 37/1, so for every 37 spins each number should hit once. Of course in practice this doesn’t work, and although FOBT roulette is random, the odds will only reach close to the true figure of 37/1 over tens of thousands of spins, certainly not a few hundred.
FOBT force zero is in reality just wait for the zero (or your favourite number), and hope that it comes along soon as possible as there is no way to ‘force’ any outcome on the FOBT roulette machines.
Many of the newer FOBT roulette games have statistic to show the previous results, these also often include a figure to show the last time a zero came in. Games such as Key Bet Roulette have a detailed summery of the last zero and last Key Bet, but for players who don’t like the additional odds of bonus games, Ladbrokes and William Hill both have versions of standard roulette which show the number of spins since the last zero.