I played Interblock Roulette for the first time last night. I have always pooh-poohed the game, and never took it seriously. My wife and I were returning from Phoenix to our home in northern AZ and my wife had remembered she had some Free play at our local casino, Cliff Castle, and it would expire if we didn't use it. We usually play there twice a week. My wife plays slots and I normally play penny multi-hand poker. They have an electronic Roulette machine but no Craps. My wife had mentioned it the night before. We had just spent 3 days at 3 casinos and I was looking forward to getting home. To be honest, I usually got bored at Cliff, especially if the penny machines were all taken, as is usually the case. So I hopped on the Internet and searched for a simple Roulette strategy that would allow me to pass the time without spending a lot of money. I found one.The betting was simple, bet $1 on the Middle at 2:1 and $1 on Black at even money. Seemed easy enough. We stopped at Cliff and after checking my account I headed for the IB Roulette machine. It was only a 6 seater but there were 4 chairs open when I sat down and bought in for $20. I placed by bets and Black won 4 in a row, then Zero, then 3 middle Black numbers wining $3 each. I was up $10 and started getting serious. The IB Roulette machine has the Repeat and Double buttons just like IB Craps. I pressed Repeat and Double and the ball landed on a Middle, Black again. I pressed again until an uncovered Red number won. I went back to my initial bet. I then noticed the display. I could see that Black was dominating 57% over Red at 43%. And three of the Middle numbers were in the top 5. I continued betting and pressing if a Middle Black won. After about an hour and half I cashed out $61, up $41. I took a break and came back. Had the same chair. Bought in for $20. Same strategy and cashed out $40 when my wife was ready to go. Won $61 overall. I was excited and now I can't wait for our next visit to Cliff, usually Wednesdays and Fridays. Sunday is Twin Arrows and IB Craps. I love retirement!