Roulette System

Red and Black Roulette Systems and Strategies

In the world of online gambling, roulette has to be considered one of the biggest and most exciting casino games around. The attraction of roulette is obvious, with odds like 37:1, players have the chance to win some serious cash online. If you are regular online roulette player, you will know that probably the safest and most common bet is the red or black bet. This, in conjunction with Odds and Evens gives players the best chance at a sustainable betting strategy. In the notes below we are going to explore some basic roulette systems for betting on Red or Black / Odds or Evens.

The Martingale System

The first roulette system we are going to look at is called the Martingale system. This is the most commonly used system anywhere in the world and has helped bail out players from some sticky situations. The basic idea is to bet on a single colour and if you lose, then double your bet. This means that you are going to have a lot of cash in hand. Every time you lose double your bet until you win. This is also one of the riskiest strategies in use but can also be used for Odds and Evens.

The Fibonacci System

The second roulette system we are going to look at is called the Fibonacci system. This is a similar system to the Martingale but uses the Fibonacci sequence as a guide to your betting. It may not seem like it at first but this system is considered safer than the Martingale. In this system players use the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence to place their bet, every time you lose, you move up a number, when you win, you drop two numbers. The idea is to get back to the first number and in doing so; you will have made profit without the risks involved in the Martingale system.

Oscar’s Grind

The next roulette system we are going to look at is called Oscar’s Grind. This is a fairly basic system that can be used for a single colour or for Odds and Evens.  In this system, players use a four stage system of betting. Every time you lose, you stay with the same bet but when you win you increase your bet one unit higher. You continue this for the four stages and then drop back down to the first stage. This is another risky strategy that can land you in hot water very quickly. It is best to have an idea of when to pull out.

The D’Alembert System

The final roulette system we are going to look at is called the D’Alembert system. This is considered to be one of the safest strategies for a slow and steady win. Again, this is a fairly simple system. The basic idea is to have a starting bet, and if you win, you increase you bet by one unit, and if you lose, you decrease you bet by one unit. The idea is that if you eventually have the same numbers of wins and losses, you will end up in profit. Players can only use this system for Red or Black/ Odds or Evens bets.