The Best Betting Systems That Will Help You Win At Roulette (Part 2)

The second part of our article series where we go into detail about the best roulette systems to use is finally here, and it just keeps getting better. For those who missed it, click on this link which will take you to the first post. Otherwise, let’s get moving and get to know the rest of the roulette betting systems that work.

  1. The Paroli Roulette Betting System

Disregarding its original Latin meaning (which is actually “one that is equal”), the Paroli system is basically a positive betting progression. This is often being compared to the Martingale System, which we have discussed earlier, but they do differ greatly. The Martingale is a “double your bet after one loss” system while the Paroli will see you doubling your wager after each win.

The object of this betting system is to achieve three consecutive wins in a row. This happens while doubling the bet for each win. Should the wager loses, for example in the first bet, the player will be “flat betting” with one unit until it wins. Next up, he will double the bet. If it loses, he will return flat betting one unit until it wins. This time, the second bet (which is already 2X the first) will be doubled again. The third win would be the end of the progression.

  1. The Oscar’s Grind Roulette Betting System

Oscar’s Grind, as tedious as it may sound, is probably one of the simplest online casino roulette system to use and it doesn’t require much explaining. Roulette players who love to put their chips on either Red or Black, Even or Odd, and in 1-18/19-36 can find this betting system quite effective.

The ultimate aim here is to win just one bet. For example, if you bet £1 on red and that color came up in the spin, then awesome, you already won using the system. Realistically though, you will lose a few spins. However, regardless of how many spins it would take for your bet to win, the bet size should be the same all throughout. And then, when it actually wins, the next bet will now become one unit bigger than the last.

Take a look at the chart below:

Bet Result Profit
£1 Loss –          £1
£1 Loss –          £2
£1 Win –          £1
£2 Win        +     £1 (perfect time to cash out)


  1. The Shotwell Betting System

The Shotwell system is yet another popular roulette betting system that has been used ever since it became known to the public in 1978. Its main objective is to cover a particular set of numbers that are evenly placed on the roulette table. The strategy behind it is to give the player a better shot at winning, although, it could take a great deal of time and money to do so.

It works in such a way that a player would place a unit of bet that entails a six-number setup and then associate it with four straight up bets. There would be 10 numbers covered in total for each spin. Technically speaking, there’s a 25% chance that one of your numbers get pocketed.

  1. The Kavouras Betting System

If frustration kicks in or if you just feel like doing something outrageous, then you might want to take a look at this rather unique roulette betting system called the Kavouras Bet. In its essence, the system inclines on the notion that everything happens in a rather chaotic fashion. As such, players would cover up to half the numbers in the table with bets in different sizes. There’s no specific method in selecting the number, just put it where you like it and just wait and see what pocket the ball lands into.

To wrap up, allow us to say that there isn’t really a single system that could guarantee a 100% win. Unless of course you employ the help of a computer system that could accurately predict the outcome of the spin by way of complicated math computations, but that is entirely illegal.

What we have here are just some of the common betting strategies you can use to get a highly entertaining and hopefully, high-yielding online roulette game experience.

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