Kavoura’s Advantages and Disadvantages
Taking an unusual approach, Kavoura’s advantages and disadvantages are also different from what players might expect from more traditional roulette strategies. Like most strategies, the biggest advantage of Kavoura’s is when its low variance it pays off, but there are lesser advantages too. If you know Kavoura’s, for example, the table knows you’re here to play. Depending on how much you run a mental aspect of your game, this could be a big thing.
Otherwise, once the learning process is over, this system is remarkably easy to implement. You don’t need to run difficult calculations, you don’t need to adapt on the fly, and you don’t need to be distracted by others at the table.
In terms of coverage, few other strategies incorporate as much of the table as Kavoura’s does. With 20 out of 37 digits working for you, you’re statistically more likely to win more games than you lose. Just keep in mind that as with any system, just because you’ll win more games doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily come out ahead.
If you lose a round with Kavoura’s, then you’ll be out eight units. In the next round, in the best-case scenario, these units can be reclaimed, but this is unlikely. Losing two rounds in a row means that recovery becomes much more difficult, and given the odds of the game, this is bound to happen eventually.