This is one of the simplest and simultaneously used roulette strategies. What is this? We undermine your lost betting until we finally win. However, this approach is very limited because we must have a really high budget to continue this strategy. Continuous doubling of rates is impossible due to the limits imposed by the casino, because even from small amounts of AUD 2 or AUD 4, we will be forced to play for greater money very quickly. Nevertheless, this is a very simple and effective strategy that we must try.
As the name suggests - this is the system identical to the one described above. With one small difference - here we double your rate after each win, and after a loser, we stop betting. This strategy is also known as Anti-Martingale and is a strategy burdened with considerable risk. Both the probability of a loser and a large win is large here.
One of the most popular roulette strategies based on known mathematical solutions. This strategy seems to be much more complicated - although they are only appearances, because as soon as we get what is going on, it is really easy to do.
This is a progressive system in which the key is the sequence of numbers: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, etc. As we see - all these numbers are the sum of the two previous numbers:
• To obtain a number 2, we bet 2 zlotys (1 + 1)
• To obtain a number 13, we bet 13 AUD (5 + 18)
• To obtain a number of 89, we bet 89 AUD (34 + 55)
How to apply this in practice? Very simply - if we lose, we are constantly going forward and we focus on the sum of two consecutive numbers from the sequence. However, if we win, we have to go back two numbers from the back sequence.
The purpose of this strategy is to win until we undo the first "one" in the sequence. If at the very start, we will be backward to the first number one - we start all over again. And so around - we come to the number 89, we win and we go back to the number 34. If we win again, we bet on only 13 zlotys (number 13). In turn, when we lose, we succumb to the rate of your next plant according to the sequence.
However, we must remember that this system starts not from the first number one, and from the second one. So - when we start a series of fibonacci string, we start from the second one in the sequence. We lose the first bet for AUD 1, so the next value will be 2 zlotys, and then on another loss 3 AUD, etc.
Fibonacci string is a good strategy, although it does not take into account the probability account. In addition - as all other progressive strategies, it is limited by limits imposed by the casino. Their height differs depending on the casino to the casino, but we can be sure that we will not be able to put these larger sum from the sequence when we can reach them.
Reversed Fibonacci string
Of course, such a popular system as the Fibonacci string must also have its alternative. Unlike a traditional version, where a chance to win a large win is large - here is the opposite and we have a small chance of winning large sums.
In the reversed fibonacci string, we use the same number sequence, although we move forward in the case of winnings. So when we win, for example, a value of AUD 2, the next one focuses for AUD 3. If we win again, it is already 5 zlotys, AUD 8, AUD 13, etc.
However, if we lose - we go back two numbers in sequence. When we were able to reach the amount, e.g. 55 AUD and unfortunately, but we lost - we go back to the number 21. In the same time as in the case of a traditional fibonacci string, with the fact that after a lost we go forward and increasing the next rate.
The D'Alembert system is a very simple and very effective strategy. The principles we have to follow here are really simple, although this is not an ideal system for beginner players, because the chance to lose is quite large here.
The strategy came from French mathematics Jean-Baptiste Le Rond D'Alembert. According to this strategy, we start the gameplay from the number even at the discretion and we are holding a fixed rate all the time we win. So if we start from the plant equal to, for example, 10 zlotys, while we win all the time we play for AUD 10. However, if we lose, we must increase your rate for the equivalent of the amount from which we started the game. On one loss from AUD 10, we will do AUD 20, then on another defeat it will be AUD 30, then AUD 40 and so on and on.
However, if we lose after previous winnings - "We will back up" back to the equivalent of the amount set at the very beginning. Let's assume that our passa led us from AUD 10 to the plant equal to AUD 40. If at this point we lose, we go back one unit (fixed at the beginning of AUD 10) and the value of the next plant is already AUD 30. If we come to the starting point (AUD 10) again, we do not interrupt the game, we only continue for AUD 10 until we win.
The popular D'Alembert strategy also has its alternative version that is based on "50/50" plants, such as bets on even and odd numbers, high and low numbers or red or black.
The system is based on very simple principles - if we win, we double the previously established rate. For example, if we start from AUD 10, in the case of winning the value of the next plant will amount to AUD 20. If we win again - it will be AUD 40, then AUD 80 and so on.
However, if we lose - we will go equally with half the last value of us. If, for example, we managed to run by up to AUD 160 from AUD 10, when we lose, we go back to AUD 80 - we continue the gameplay by placing a bet worth AUD 80. If we lose again, it will be AUD 40 and so on.
The Labouchere strategy is another very popular solution among Roulette players. However, it is more complicated from the strategies described above and requires a slightly greater involvement. But without worry - we will understand everything very quickly.
Here, similar to the reversed D'Alembert system, we focus on external plants with a 50% chance to obtain one of the two results. We set the starting amount on which the further part of the strategy will be based. Let's assume that the amount determined by us is AUD 10.
Now we have to divide the amount we chosen into five parts - at discretion. It may be, for example, 4, 1, 1, 1, 3 or 2, 2, 2, 1, 3. Suppose that our five parts are: 2, 2, 2, 1 and 3 and we bet on even and odd numbers. We start with the even numbers to which we focus the sum of the first and last number from the sequence - that is, in this case it is AUD 2 + AUD 3 = AUD 5.
If we can win, we throw out these two external numbers from the sequence and remain such options as: 2, 2, 1. We choose numbers at the beginning and end of the sequence and we focus 3 zlotys (AUD 2 + AUD 1) for odd numbers. If we can win again, only one number will remain in the sequence - AUD 2. We put a two to the selected external plant and this way we finish the Labouchere cycle.
Odwrócony system Labouchere’a
The alternative version of the Labouchere system, which is based on the same terms. Suppose that our sequence is identical to the one mentioned above. So: 2, 2, 2, 1 and 3 at a fixed rate of AUD 10.
As in the traditional version, the first plant focus on the amount of the first and last number of sequences, i.e. AUD 5 (AUD 2 + AUD 3) in this case). If we can win, we enlarge our sequence for the height of the plant. So we get a sequence 2, 2, 2, 1, 3 and 5.
However, if we have not been able to win - identically as in the usual Labouchere strategy, we reduce our sequence about the numbers we chose to submit the first plant. In this case, the sequence that remains us after the loser is: 2, 2, 1.
We roll the gameplay until all numbers from the sequence are getting rid of. This is a strategy in which the chances for a loser are relatively low and at the same time chances of gaining a lot of winning are also small. Similarly, as in the case of many other roulette game systems, the reversed Labouchere is best suited to minimizing losses.
Another very well-known strategy that is very often used when playing roulette. It also buys simple external plants and requires us to determine the starting rate.
Let's assume that we start 20 zlotys from the rate. If we win - we undermine your stake at the next plant and play for AUD 40. If, however, another plant will turn out to be lost - we return to a predetermined amount, or AUD 20.
It should be noted here that in the Parola system, the lost automatically back to the starting point - regardless of which amount we have come. If we won twice in a row and the third plant, we are playing for AUD 80 - lost back to the starting rate, or AUD 20.
Such progression in the Paroli system is strongly limited, because when we can win three times in a row, we are forced to continue the game from the starting rate (this is part of the strategy). So even if we play our third bet for 80 AUD and we will win, we will again focus again for AUD 20. Over and over again.
Bots - strategy for lazy
One of the most-used strategic players today are also bots. Yes - many people use today to play with roulette from automated computer programs that use special roulette algorithms to predict the result and make us an ideal strategy.
It can not be said that this is a particularly bad solution. If you do not want to combine yourself with the choice of the right strategy and we want to maximize your chances of winning, we can use them most. However, we must remember that they do not guarantee us wins or reduce the advantage of the casino. Finally - the casino will win, because these are the top-set principles of this game.