Before exposing the best known betting systems for roulette, French and American, we must make a necessary and necessary premise: there are no methods and systems that can guarantee winnings, the dealer, even in apparently 50/50 bets, always has a house edge, and the systems that follow could only be successful if you had an unlimited playing budget which is not possible.
A simple strategy created to convert winning bets by covering two columns and different numbers following a predetermined strategy.
This system requires 6 tokens to be placed on the first and third columns. One will then have to put one on the line between 0 and 00, one between 8 and 11, one between 17 and 20 and one between 26 and 29.
A system that requires some training and running-in, it will be necessary to note the progress of the game to be applied to bets with high payout percentages.
A simple betting system whose name speaks for itself: you have to bet on the dozen or 12 numbers at the same time.
Dozens pay 3: 1 , a method that will not make you very rich in a short time but that certainly in the long run can bring great results and an increase in bankroll.
Zero System (French Roulette)
It may seem like a crazy and pure gamble but not if you combine it with secondary strategies. A system that could win a lot in the long run but to be used with caution.
A classic among roulette betting systems. The system is quite simple and consists of playing three consecutive strokes without withdrawing the winnings, then re-betting the winnings. For use in Black / Red, Pass / Do not pass bets.
The simpler variant wants the player to establish a series of numbers, such as 1 2 3 4 5 6, which can be longer or shorter and not necessarily sequential.
Each number of the sequence indicates the amount of units to bet, the bet is made with the first and last number of the sequence.
If you win, you bet with the following numbers in the sequence (2 and 5 in our case), if you win, you play the following numbers (2 and 3), and so on.
This system involves doubling a bet after a loss and an initial stake after a win.
If you bet $ 2 and lose on the next hand you should bet $ 4 if you win and continue with $ 2.
The Fibonacci betting system uses a mathematical sequence created by Leonardo Pisano, nicknamed Fibonacci.