Welcome to our roulette strategy section. Everyone that plays roulette ought to be using a
strategy of some kind rather than just placing random bets all over the table. Before we start digging into
different strategies that you can use, let's be clear on a few things.
No strategy can win all the time, not any of the ones below and certainly not any of the
"Guaranteed to win" strategies that you find on the web, this is all just nonsense.
There are actually two sides to proper roulette strategy, the mathematical side and the bet
selection side. The maths basically dictates how much you will bet on each spin, for example doubling your bets
after a loss until you win.
Bet selection is deciding where you're actually going to be placing your bets. This may be
a certain combination of bets or it maybe betting on a certain part of the table when it's slept for a few spins
even though this is regarded as Gambler's Fallacy. We will start out by
speaking about a few of the mathematical systems that you can use and then we will move onto bet
The Martingale - This is probably the most
common strategy that people try using. It is actually at the center of a big roulette scam and get rich quick
scheme. However, this section of the site wouldn't be complete without speaking about it in detail.
The D'Alembert - This is a system that is
applied mainly to even money bets. It uses a slow progression and bets are altered both after a win and a loss.
There is also a reverse version of it which we've also explained.
The Fibonacci - This is based on the
mathematical Fibonacci Sequence which
someone decided could be applied to gambling. It is now used on a range of games such as
roulette, blackjack and baccarat.
The Labouchere - This is slightly more
complicated than the other sequences that you can use. It is only used on even chance bets and it's actually pretty
effective providing you don't go on too long of a losing run.
The Paroli System - This is a positive
progression system that you can use which basically means that you double your bets after a win rather than a loss.
This page is very detailed and contains everything you need to know about using the Paroli System.
The five above pages just cover the mathematical side of things. Below you will soon
find lots of strategy ideas where the above four sequences can be used.
Cover The Table - There are numerous different
ways of covering the roulette table with numerous posibilities covered on this page. Remember that the more of the
table you cover, the more you need to bet and the less profitable each win becomes.