The Best Systems That Will Help You Win At Roulette (Part 1)

Whether you are new in this part of fun town or a seasoned roulette player, it’s worth knowing that there are online casino betting systems out there that could work for your advantage.

Before anything else, it’s probably worth noting that you should know the basic roulette bet types for you to have a greater grasp on the more common betting system that we will discuss below.

You can find a detailed account of it in this link.

But basically, there are two types of bets: outside and inside bets.

Inside bets are bets placed on the numbered segments of the roulette board. Subtypes are: Split, Corner, Column, Straight, Line, Base, Street, and Dozen. Outside bets, on the other hand, are those being put outside the numbered grid on the table. Examples of these are Red/Black, Low/High, Odd/Even, Column, and Dozen.

Take a look at a typical online roulette table.

 

Moving forward, here are the popular betting systems that you can use the next time you play a roulette game online.

  1. The Martingale System

The method is basically a “double your bet after one loss” strategy. To illustrate the point, if you lose 5 units on your first bet, the system would need you to bet 10 units on the next spin. In this way, you can immediately cover up the first 5 units you lost.

  1. The Grand Martingale System

If the first system doesn’t impress you with the promise of huge wins, then you might want to try this one. The Grand Martingale would call the player to double his/her last bet and then add another one unit at the top. For example, if you lose 5 units bet, the next round would have you betting 15 units in total. That is, 10 units + 5 units.

  1. The Labouchere System

Sometimes called the Cancellation system, the Labouchere roulette strategy may require a closer attention from the player. The point here is that the player should have a goal in mind for how much he/she wants to win. To do this, a sequence of numbers of any length is set. For example, 1-2-3-4-5. Each digits represent a betting unit. The sum of the number sequence, which is 15, also happens to be the win goal.

In the player’s first bet, he/she adds the first and the last number in the sequence, in this case, 6 (1+5).

In the event that the bet lose, the amount of the first bet (6) will be added to the end of our number sequence. It should now look like this: 1-2-3-4-5-6. The next bet would now be 7 (6+1).

Should the first bet wins (1+5), the player cancel out the first and last numbers in the sequence and move on the inner numbers: X-2-3-4-X. This means, the next bet is 6 units (2+4). The same pattern goes on until the goal of 15 units bet is achieved.

  1. The D’Alembert System

The D’Alembert system roulette banks on the simple premise that if (for example) Bet A wins more frequently than Bet B, then there’s a lesser chance for the former to occur again and the latter is more likely to win instead. Players using this system decrease their units of bet on a previously winning bet since the bet is now less likely to win the next round.

  1. The Fibonacci System
A graphical representation of a Fibonacci sequence

The Fibonacci roulette system is based on the popular number system of the same name. It can often be found in nature but casino players use it to their advantage as well. It is a sequence of numbers that start from 1 up to the largest imagined number: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144, and so forth.

Upon closer inspection, we get the solution for each consecutive numbers: 1+1=2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5…and etc. As a betting system, a player will bet 10 units. If he/she lose, another 10 units of bet is placed, for a total of 20 units. Next round: 10 units + 20 units = 30 units, and so on.

Stay tuned for the second part of this article to learn more about the best, and time tested online casino roulette system.