Roulette Strategy

Our System

The system has been created for the game of European Roulette. This game is mostly determined by luck. Despite that we have found the way to better your luck through mathematics. Even if you are not a roulette expert, you will not have any difficulty in following our method. Indeed, you will just have to bet on colors (red or black) as we will explain shortly.

By Gambling on those two different possibilities (red and black) you will increase your winnings very quickly.

Basically this system advises you to bet double every time you loose a round.

Follow these simple steps and you will understand the method:
Start by Gambling £1 on red (only £1!!). If black sort, comes out, bet again on red. This time bet £2 (double your first bet).
If black comes out again, bet £4 (double your last bet) again on red. Continue until the red appears again, and you win.

IMPORTANT NOTE: once winning with one color, follow the same steps with the other color. Start by Gambling £1 on the other color- if you win, bet on the other color. If you lose, continue Gambling on the same color until you win.

In only a few minutes, you will see your winnings increase significantly.

Remember 2 things:

  1. If you bet on a color and the the color you bet on appears, you will have to bet £1 on the other color.
  2. If you bet on a color and the other color appears, bet double on the color you bet on at first. If this color comes out, start Gambling £1 again on the other color, and so on.

If the 0 (zero) comes out, continue to play as follows. If you double on Red because Red numbers just came out, you have to consider the 0 (zero) as the color with which the series of the game starts. In this case, continue Gambling double on red. Here is another example: if you’ve just won (meaning if you’ve just bet on the series: Red, Black, Red, Black as the methods recommends), You have to consider the 0 (zero) as the opposite color in the game you just played. In other words, the 0 (zero) should always be considered as the opposite color you have just played.

Start by playing with bets of £1 only. Wait until you reach £100 in winnings and start Gambling more (£5). When you have won over £250, start by Gambling £20. Once you have won £500, STOP AND ANALYZE YOUR NEXT MOVE.

Martingale System

Originally, martingale referred to a class of Gambling strategies popular in 18th century France. The simplest of these strategies was designed for a game in which the gambler wins his stake if a coin comes up heads and loses it if the coin comes up tails. The strategy had the gambler double his bet after every loss, so that the first win would recover all previous losses plus win a profit equal to the original stake. Since a gambler with infinite wealth will with probability 1 eventually flip heads, the Martingale Gambling strategy was seen as a sure thing by those who practised it. Unfortunately, none of these practitioners in fact possessed infinite wealth, and the exponential growth of the bets would eventually bankrupt those foolish enough to use the Martingale. Moreover, it has become impossible to implement in modernand best casinos, due to the Gambling limit at the tables. Because the Gambling limits reduce the casino’s short term variance, the martingale system itself does not pose a threat to the casino, and many will encourage its use, knowing that they have the house advantage no matter when or how much is wagered.

Suppose that someone applies the martingale Gambling system at an American roulette table, with 0 and 00 values; on average, a bet on either red or black will win 18 times out of 38. If the player’s initial bankroll is $150 and the Gambling unit is $10, he can afford 4 losing bets in a row (of $10, $20, $40, and $80) before he runs out of money. If any of these 4 bets wins he wins $10 and wins back any past losses. The chance of losing 4 bets in a row (and therefore losing the complete $150) is (20/38)4 = 7.67%. The remaining 92.3% of the time, the player will win $10. We will call this one round (playing until you have lost 4 times or until you win, whichever comes first). If you play repeated rounds with this strategy then your average earnings will be (0.923•$10) − (0.0767•$150) = −$2.275 per round. Therefore, you lose an average of $2.275 each round. However, if the gambler possesses an infinite amount of money, the expected return is (18/38)*b per roll (where b is the initial bet). With an initial bet of $10, the expected return is thus $4.736 per roll..

Gambling only on red

One conceivable strategy would be to bet on the ball landing in a red space for a certain number of spins, for example, 38.

There are 18 red spaces on a roulette table with 38 total spaces. Dividing 18 by 38 yields a probability of landing on red of 47.37%. This probability can be used in a binomial distribution and made into an approximate standard normal distribution.

Doing so indicates that, if one were to spin the wheel 38 times, there is a 99% probability that the ball would land on red at least 10 times. There is an 83% probability that in 38 spins, the ball will land on red at least 15 times. Out of 38 spins, there’s a 50% chance that 18 will be red.

However, the break-even point is 19 spins, since the bet on red is 1:1, and the probability of 19 red spins in 38 is only 37%. This indicates the difficulty of winning by only Gambling on red.

The results occur because, as indicated by the 18 divided by 38 equals 47.37% figure, the ball will land on red less than half the time. This percentage applied in the binomial and standard normal distributions creates the vast divide in probability from 18 red spins to 19 red spins out of 38 spins. It is very unlikely for anyone to spin much more than 18 red spins out of 38 spins.

Gambling multiple times

This type of bet is a combination of the red bet and the martingale system. The difference is that this bet also includes the odd. This strategy starts off with a bet of 1 on each the red and the odd (or you can do the black and even). Each bet is treated separately. When one bet loses, it is doubled. When one bet wins, it gets set back to 1. The reason that this technique keeps the player in the game so long is that there is almost a 25% chance of winning both the red and the odd and there is almost a 50% chance of breaking even (win one bet and lose the other). Of course, in order for this method to last, the player would need an unlimited source of money, and a casino with another one to boot. In reality, this method backfires when the player can’t bet any longer and loses. The loss that this causes is possibly hundreds of times bigger than a loss made when starting. Also, in the long run, because the house still has an edge, the player will lose money just like with all other “unbeatable” casino games.

Labouchere System

The Labouchere System is progression Gambling strategy like the Martingale but does not require the gambler to risk his stake as quickly with dramatic double ups. The Labouchere System involves using a series of numbers in a line to determine the bet amount, following a win or a loss. Typically, the player adds the numbers at the front and end of the line to determine the size of the next bet. When he wins, he crosses out the outside numbers and continues working on the smaller line. If he loses, then he adds his previous bet to the end of the line and continues to work on the longer line. This is a much more flexible progression Gambling system and there is much room for the player to design his initial line to his own playing preference.

Using the dozen bet

There are two versions to this system, single dozen bets and double dozen bets. In the single dozen bet version, the player uses a progressively incrementing stake list starting from the casino table minimum, to the table maximum. The aim here is to use a single dozen bet to win before the stake list ends. Many techniques are employed such as: Gambling on the same dozen to appear after two consecutive appearances, Gambling on the dozen that has appeared most in the last 15, 9, or 5 spins, Gambling on the dozen that, after a long absence of 7 or more spins, appears for the first time. The double dozen bet version uses two dozen bets and half the stake list size of the single dozen bet version.

1st and 3rd column strategy

One bet of 2 pieces on the 1st column and one bet of 2 pieces on the 3rd column covers most of the red numbers on the table. One bet of 2 pieces on the black will provide insurance for occurrence of black. This Gambling system covers nearly all numbers except for the 4 red numbers in the middle column and the zero (and double zero in American Roulette). If the result is a red number in either the 1st or 3rd column, the player only breaks even. If the result is red in the middle column the player loses 6 pieces. If the result is black and in the middle column, the player loses 2 pieces. If the result is a black in the 1st or 3rd column, the player only wins 4 pieces.

Mechanical Strategies

There are a number of roulette strategies which take a more mechanical approach to breaking the casino. The most famous is the biased wheel attack. In the biased wheel attack, the player clocks the wheel to find statistical deviations indicating some flaw to the wheel. Given that the wheel is manmade it is quite impossible for the roulette wheel to be perfect. The biased wheel attack, seeks to find imperfect wheels and exploit the fact that some wheels will return numbers more often than 1 in 35, which means there is potential to have an edge over the casino. Clocking the wheel involves taking spin results in great numbers to identify any opportunities.


In 1982, several casinos in England began to lose large sums of money at their roulette tables to teams of gamblers from the USA. Upon investigation by the police, it was discovered they were using a legal system of biased wheel-section betting. As a result of this, the English roulette wheel manufacturer John Huxley designed a roulette wheel to counter-act the problem.

The new wheel was called “low profile” because the pockets had been drastically reduced in depth, and various other design modifications caused the ball to descend in a gradual approach to the pocket area. In 1986, when a professional gambling team headed by Billy Walters won $3.8 million using the system on an old wheel at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City, every casino in the world took notice, and within one year had switched to the new “low profile” wheel. Recent additional modifications to the roulette wheel by Cammegh of England has made it almost impossible to use a mechanical winning system.

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