Betting System in Focus: Fast Double Bet

The Fast Double Roulette betting system is a perfect example of a classical type of parlay bet. For the uninitiated, a parlay bet is basically a move a player makes by leaving his winnings from the previous spin on the table as his next bet for the upcoming spin. The goal of parlay is to win compounded amounts of bets for every turn. Aside from the parlay bet, the Fast Double also requires player to have an additional fund reserved on the table.

The Basics of the System

The main feature of the Fast Double betting method is that it is very flexible for use. Players can use it as the base system for a major roulette game. Meanwhile, it can also be utilized by roulette players for small or even modest game where they aim for 15-20 units of profit.

How the System Works

When doing the Fast Double, the player has to bet on the three even chances simultaneously while using three separate banks. One even chance = one bank. This further means to say that the system is only applied on even money bets whereby the payout is 1:1.

To better understand the system, let us consider this example:

  • In the first spin, the player bets one unit. If the bet registers a win, one unit is gained.
  • For the second spin, the player bets the two units that he won from the first round, PLUS one more unit for a sum of three betting units. If he wins, six units will be gained.
  • For the third spin, the player bets all the six units previously won plus one more unit for the sum of 7 units. If he wins, 14 units will be gained.

After the third spin, the player will restart the cycle and go back betting on one unit. Obviously, the player only needs to win 3 consecutive bets to make a profit of 14 units to make the Fast Double successful. If you also take a closer look at it, the player has only bet a total of 3 units of his own money.

Again, this method can be played on the three even chance bets like Red/Black, High/Low, and Odd/Even.

Suffice to say, the system is an example of a positive progressive roulette betting system. This means, at any stage of the cycle the player loses, he must go back to the first step betting one unit bet.

Lengthy Losing Streaks

However, when things really go out of hand and it seems like luck is hard to find, the player must make drastic adjustments on the system.

If he’s been losing more than 20 units already, this will be the betting unit pattern to use:

First spin = 2 unit bet

Second spin = 6 unit bet

Third spin = 14 unit bet

Basically, the units are being doubled. In similar case, if the losing streak continues to run to more than 20 rounds, then the player would only have to double all the bets again. Therefore, the first step will start at 4 unit bet.

Once the player recovers his initial bankroll, he can now return having low initial stakes of 1 unit for the first spin.

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