Betting System in Focus: The Hollandish

The Hollandish is a roulette betting system that we initially thought to be quite difficult to understand at first glance. Although, through learning and constant practice, this method can be mastered even by the so-called novice roulette players. In this post, we are going to lay out the details to help you understand better this popular roulette system.

Basics of the Method

When using Hollandish, a player has to make three spins which are commonly called “Hollandish Block.” The term refers to the outcome of the three spins which will then determine at what amount the player will opt in for the next round.

Throughout the three spin block, the betting amount remains the same. It will only increase or decrease on the next block. Again, this depends solely on the outcome of the previous Hollandish block.

Hollandish Progression

When using Hollandish, the player also has to take note of the betting progression that has to be applied throughout the duration of the game.

Let’s assume that initial bet is £1. Then the sequence will be: £1, £3. £5, £7, £9…and so forth. In this pattern, one can see that we increase the bet by two.

If we begin with £2, then the progression will be: £2, £6, £10, £14, £18…and so forth. Meanwhile, this pattern calls in the player to increase bets by four.

Please remember that this is just how the betting amount progresses when using Hollandish. We will explain further how to use the system in the following section of the article.

Setting the System in Motion

When using the Hollandish, the player needs to start the game by making even chance bets. These types of bets belong to the Outside Bet. Examples of Even Chance Bets are Red/Black, Odd/Even, and Low/High. They basically give the player almost 50% chance of winning each time. It does however, only has a 1:1 payout.

After which, the first part of the betting sequence begins. Let’s say that you opt for red. You would be betting £1 on red, not only once, but thrice. This is to make up for the above-mentioned Hollandish block.

If the player happens to win at least two of the bets made, then this is proves the method to be successful – a win. Since the cycle has already been completed, the player returns to betting to the initial unit of £1 for another three spins.

In another scenario, if the player only wins once or none out of the block (the three spins), then it is a “loss” in the Hollandish system. This means that the player moves up to the next stage of the progression. This time, he will make bets with £3 per spin for three rounds.

As soon as the player bets £3 for three times, if he registers a profit out of his initial bankroll, then he should return to the first stage of the sequence which is betting £1 per spin for three rounds.

Let’s take a look at these scenarios:

If you bet £1 and lose, bankroll is -£1

If you bet £1 and lose, bankroll is -£2

If you bet £1 and win, bankroll is £-1

(moving up to the next step of the progression)

If you bet (1 + 2) 3 and lose, bankroll is -4

If you bet 3 and win, bankroll is -1

If you bet 3 and lose, bankroll is -4

(moving up to the next step of the progression)

If you bet (3 + 2) 5 and lose, bankroll is -9

If you bet 5 and win, bankroll is -4

If you bet 5 and win, bankroll is +1

At this point of the game, the player has already registered a profit, a plus. This is the signal that tells him to go back to the beginning, which is betting £1 per spin for three rounds.

 

 

 

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