Best Roulette Systems

The infamous roulette wheel is found in casinos throughout the world – and over the years many ‘systems’ have been produced to try and turn the odds into the gambler’s favor. While the house will always have a small percentage edge on each spin, the best roulette systems use staking systems to ensure that each sequence of play ends with a win. We should note that there is an inherent danger in all of these systems, that a long losing sequence could see the player go broke. However, if you are prepared to stick to the golden rule of only gambling with money you can afford to lose, then one of the three best roulette systems outlined below could be for you.

Best Roulette Systems – The Martingale Roulette System

This is the most famous betting system of all and works great with roulette based on the ‘even money’ (for example odd / even) bets. What makes the Martingale system so famous is that it is extremely simple, you just keep doubling your stake each time you lose and return to your original bet for each win. This ensures that each time the losing sequence is broken your result is positive by one unit. The only drawback with the Martingale system is that, if you do have a long losing streak, the stakes can rise very fast indeed.

Best Roulette Systems – The Fibonacci Roulette System

Fibonacci system addresses the issue with the rapidly rising Martingale stakes by proposing a more gradual alternative. Here the staking sequence goes in the following pattern: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55 and so on – with each number being the sum of the two numbers immediately before it on the sequence. Each time you lose you move up the scale, when you win you cross off the two numbers immediately before your bet and start again at the next highest number. For example if you bet 34 units and win, 34 and 21 get crossed off and your next bet is 13 units.

Best Roulette Systems – The Labouchere Roulette System

Also known as the ‘Cancellation System’, this innovative roulette betting system involves starting with a plan to win a certain amount of bets, then making a sequence of numbers to reach that total. The common example is to win 15 bets you write down 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 (which total 15). Next you sum the first and last number and bet this amount, if you lose then add the new number to the end of the sequence and repeat. If you win then you remove the first and last digit from the list and repeat adding the first and last in the new sequence… the list grows and shrinks as you play. With smaller increments than other systems we can see why this one is popular.

By Mark
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