Betting System in Focus: the Double Street Quad

In roulette, the aim of the game is to bet correctly on the right number that will come up after a spin. Unless one can see the future or have managed to rig the game to your favor, there’s no way that a player can predict the outcome of a spin. Which is why, players tend to come up with strategies that will enable them to cover as many numbers as possible just like this betting system.

In this post, we will introduce yet another betting system that gives the same advantage with the added benefit of low wagering cost.

The Double Street Quad System

The system is regarded by many as a perfect betting method to use for those who are quite frugal in their bankroll while raking on the profits at the same time.

Basically, the system uses street and quad bets to evenly spread out your bets around the betting layout while allowing you to make a straight up bet which pays up a large sum.

If you’re wondering, the Double Quad belongs neither to the positive nor the negative betting progression. Players need not to raise the amount of bet nor lower it in the event that he loses or wins.

How to Apply the System

For each round using the system, the player makes six bets in all and they are of the same size. First off, he makes six line bets – the bets that cover six numbers; corner bets – the bets covering four numbers; and a straight-up – a bet placed on a single number. The arrangement will be discussed further below. For the meantime, it must be noted that bet sizes matter per player. We recommend you to check out this article about bankroll management and why this is a matter of great importance when playing roulette.

Process of Using the System

The player needs to spend six chips per spin and will be placed in a particular order. Check out the sample scheme below:

  • 2 chips on six line covering numbers 10 to 15
  • 2 chips on six line covering numbers 28 to 33
  • 1 chip on corner covering numbers 17 to 21
  • 1 chip on for a straight up on either of the numbers not occupied by the abovementioned bets
An example of a Six Line bet

The straight up bet is flexible and thus the number can be changed as the player wishes to.

An example of a Corner bet

As you can see, there are a total of 17 numbers covered in the scheme with the player only spending a sum of six chips.

Possible Outcomes

The most probable scenario in this case is that player can either win on one of the six lines, on the corner or of the straight up. The worst scenario is that he’ll lose on all positions.

Should the player gets lucky in a round, the prize that awaits is quite hefty though, enough to make the same scheme for the next. If a corner bet wins, the player gets three more chips from his one. If six lines, he gets six extra chips. And when his straight number comes up, he gets 35 to his 1.

Our Thoughts

Let us be reminded that no matter how promising a betting system is, it still cannot reduce the house advantage. But like a guiding light, it does provide a system that a player can utilize to make a more organized betting scheme, rather than just make random ones. Since the betting method doesn’t need a huge sum to be carried out, a bankroll of a considerable size can ensure the player with a longer game duration.

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