Know and develop your infallible roulette system

Written by: Greg Wright
Last update: Jul 26, 2023

When I started playing at the online casinos available to us, it didn't take long for me to be attracted to roulette. This game has a very simple operation, it is accessible from very low betting levels, and, in addition, the ball rolling on the roulette wheel adds an extra thrill. But over time, I discovered that it is also a game in which it is somewhat easier to win if we have an infallible and quality roulette system. That's why I started working on the matter and evaluated the various existing systems, which I now share with you. Something ideal for you to use or develop your own strategy.

The most attractive systems to win at roulette

Martingale system

This system is the oldest of all, which is why it can be interesting to start with if you make simple bets, such as red and black or even and odd. The idea of the martingale is that every time we lose a bet, we must double the amount of the bet until we win. Once we achieve that victory, we will then return to the initial bet amount. Its main drawback is that if we chain a considerable streak of losses, the bet amount increases exponentially, so it is crucial to always use tables with very low bets.

D'Alembert system

This system is based on the premise that if an event occurs at a certain time, even if statistically it is unlikely and the chances of it happening again are reduced, it is usually necessary for several rounds for it to happen again. In practice, this system tells us that if a red odd number has just come out, it is most likely that another red odd number will not come out immediately after, but rather later. Consequently, the idea of the technique is that when the event occurs and we lose our bet, we make a new bet for double the amount and on the opposite event to the one that just occurred, since the theoretical chances of winning are higher. This technique has the advantage of being relatively easy to handle, but it can also be somewhat boring due to its conservative nature.

One Hit Wonder

A simple technique in which we always bet on the same number and the same amount. If the roulette cycle is balanced, we will have no losses or gains, and if it is favorable, we will make profits. But it is true that if the roulette cycle does not support it, the losses can be significant. So it is recommended to use it in roulette with bonuses and low bets.

Red Bet

Another simple modality, where we bet on red or black without changing it. In case of failure, it is enough to double the amount in the next one until we win. If we guess correctly, we return to the original bet. It is very easy to apply, safe, and ideal for newcomers.

Paroli system

The Paroli system is another one that uses mathematical progressions to make bets in roulette. Its operation is very similar to the one we have discussed for the Martingale, but in reverse. In this case, the idea is to make bets on simple events or with equal possibilities and double the bet if it has been successful. So, if we bet one chip on red and win, the next bet should be two chips on red as well.

Romanosky system

Despite its peculiar name, this method is one of the simplest for betting. The idea is to have four chips with which we will choose two of the three dozens present on the table and two double bets on 4 numbers, two numbers per chip in a duo bet. With this bet, we will cover a total of 28 numbers out of the 37 that make up the roulette wheel, so in case we win some of the smaller prizes, the dozens, we will cover our initial investment. On the other hand, if luck is on our side and we hit a straight bet on any of the four numbers we have marked on the table, we will make a profit.

ascot system

If we win in Ascot, the bet will increase by one unit the amount bet, but if we lose, it will decrease the bet by one unit. This implies an interesting benefit if we catch a long streak of repeated results.

Fibonacci system

As a last strategy, we have the Fibonacci strategy. It is based on the sequence of this mathematician, created by adding the two previous terms. Consequently, the bets would be: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144. These would be the amounts to bet according to our losses in our bet, following in part the premises of the D'Alembert system. Consequently, we would start playing with one unit, if we lose, we would repeat with one unit and if we continue losing, we would move on to two units. The idea is that when we break the cycle, we do it with a bet strong enough to recover the losses and even make a profit. Obviously, this system should be done with simple bets such as red and black or dozens, and with low-cost chips.

In conclusion

As you have seen in our article, there are many options and systems available to make the most of and benefit from roulette. Each of these systems has its advantages and disadvantages and is suitable for different types of players. That's why our advice is to try some of them, the ones that seem most interesting to you, preferably on roulette tables in demo mode. As you master them and are able to deploy them without any problems or even adjust them to your preferences and see that they are truly profitable for you, it's time to switch to real money. And if you find that the system doesn't convince you or doesn't work as expected, don't hesitate to discard it and start over from the beginning. Mastery is only achieved through practice.

Written by:
Greg Wright
Bruno Pérez is an expert in exploring the world of Philippine casinos, testing them according to his most important criteria: security and transparency. He has over 8 years of experience in writing articles and casino, cryptocurrency, and sports betting guides. When he has free time, he loves spending time with friends and watching Netflix with his family on weekends.
Last update: 26.07.2023