Here are the most known roulette strategies players can apply. What you will find below is a full and comprehensive list of the different roulette strategies.
Martingale Roulette Strategy – This is a system that involves increasing bets after a loss until you get a win. It is commonly used on Red or Black but it can be applied all over the table if you have the correct progression. Not only have we gone through every bet, we have tables showing the overall loss at each stage and we’ve shown you the odds of going on a bad losing run i.e: 10 Reds in a row when you’re betting on Black.
Reverse Martingale – Also known as “Paroli”, this is a positive progression system where you increase your bets after a win in the hopes of riding a winning streak while keeping the losses to a minimum when you go on a losing run.
D’Alembert Roulette Strategy – This is a strategy that is based on even chance bets. It’s a relatively safe system to use (like any strategy there’s risk involved though) and if you have as many wins as losses you will have a nice win.
Reverse D’Alembert – This is the opposite of the regular D’Alembert (above). The main downside of this system is that you need more wins than losses in order to be successful.
Fibonacci Roulette Strategy – This is an interesting strategy that uses a slower rate of progression than the Martingale by winning back losses over several winning spins rather than one. It’s possible to have considerably more losing spins but still come out on top, providing of course that you don’t go on an extended losing run over a short space of time.
Reverse Fibonacci – Another example of a system having the rules flipped around to create a “reverse” version. In our opinion, this one isn’t as good as the normal Fibonacci which we covered above.
Labouchere Roulette Strategy – This is sometimes called the cancellation method because you construct your own betting line and cancel numbers off it as you win. It is slightly more complicated than most other strategies and may require some practice to get your head around it.
Cover The Table – On this page we talk about several different ways that you can cover large portions of the roulette table such as betting on 35 numbers, betting on 17 splits and so on.
Flat Betting – On this page we talk about the upsides and downsides to flat betting which means betting the same amount on every spin with no progression.
Oscar’s Grind – This is a Red/Black system that play in stages of four and aims to get a profit of 1 unit for each betting cycle. It increases bets after every win and they remain the same after a loss.
Red and Black Strategy – This is a page that contains links to all the different strategies that we’ve covered that can be used on Red or Black which are by far the most popular bets.
Dozens and Columns – Here we talk about two different betting systems that can be used on either the dozens or the columns. The first is designed for betting on just one dozen or column, the second is for betting on two at the same time.
James Bond Roulette Strategy – Used by Bond himself, not in any of the films, but in the written novels. This is a system that covers 2 thirds of the table, plus the 0. It could be described as another strategy to cover the table but due to it’s notoriety, we’ve given it it’s own page, complete with a diagram, examples and whey you shouldn’t use a progression.
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