Unstoppable: Roulette Black or Red

04/03/2013
By Pamela PattersonGoogle
Any new strategy that can see you through the variations of roulette’s spinning wheel is welcome as long as it shows some kind of return.  If you are a beginner, and the inside and outside betting options are too much, then why not start with a simple black or red strategy.

Betting on roulette’s 50/50 options continuously can be quite tedious and with no real strategy you are essentially flipping a coin. When probability spans the way it should, after a few hundred flips you will be back to evens again with no profit to boast. In the end all gambling strategies come down to probability and with 50/50 odds on the roulette board these are some pretty even odds for the house and the punter.

If you are going to play these odds you could come out up or down no matter what your story is, so for a little extra cash you should instead try to beat the system by using the odds of landing black and red in your favour by upping the cash you stake. This doesn’t mean doubling up each time you lose as everyone knows this tactic and if the odds swing out of favour, they can leave you well out of pocket.

To get around this for a while now there has been a mathematical system out there known as the Fibonacci system.



Lose-Lose-Win

The way it works is simple. As you bet $1 on black if you lose then you simply bet the same amount on black again. If you lose a second time, you then double up on black to $2 putting you $4 down, but with the potential to win $4 back. The thinking behind this is that if you hit black the third time you win your $4 back and you then step back down and bet $1 again.

Lose-Lose-Lose-Win

Continuing from the above example, if red hits a third successive time in a row, you simply bet the same $2 again for your fourth bet in what would now be two $1 bets and two $2, so you will have invested $6 on the fourth bet. For this the return will be $4 if you win creating only a $2 deficit, but you don’t step down and rather re-bet $2 as you fifth bet.

Lose-Lose-Lose-Lose-Win-Win

If red hits after your fourth bet you simply double up to $4 at which point you will have invested $10. With the black coming in at this point, which according to probability it should, then you will get back $8 leaving you $2 down, so you then bet $4 again. The advantage of betting $4 again is that you are putting your total investment back up to $6, but if you win you will win back $8 giving you a $2 profit.

Halving Your Bet

With 2 wins in a row your next bet will be half the previous bet, so the as your fifth and sixth bets were $4 you can now bet $2, which is currently your profit.

In the end you need to lose twice to step up and double your bet, but once you have stepped up to a new betting level you need to win twice at that level before you can step down and halve your bet. The system limits your losses and takes advantage f probability, so if you are on a day where the odds are swinging in your favour you can walk away pockets full.
 
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