# Roulette Systems

A Roulette system is an ordered method or process that is created to try and increase the chances of winning roulette.

No **winning roulette system** has ever been found to beat the wheel without failure. Systems win and lose, but never win the roulette game every time. How to check a system is in good working order is to check past roulette data against it and to rigorously practice play the system before real money is staked. Even if the system has passed these tests, it still cannot be assured to gain profit against future random events of the wheel or algorithm.

**Roulette systems for sale** on the net are mostly simple money making schemes/scams. Logic suggests that a roulette system for sale is a system lacking in profitable results, therefore, selling the unprofitable system will result in making a guaranteed profit for the system seller only. Though of all the roulette systems sent here for testing one system actually gave winning results that came from Fisher Roulette Software V1.03.

Free roulette systems are an open book allowing full access to the prediction process and reasoning. Where to find a 100's of free roulette systems can be found at Rouletteforum.cc and VLSroulette.com are fairly decent roulette forums run by a Venezuelan named Victor.

Ready to progress to roulette progression systems?

**Progression betting systems** are used in systems for roulette even money bets to (as the term suggests) progressively increase or sometimes decrease your betting amount depending on the outcome of a winning spin (positive progression) or a losing spin (negative progression).

D'Alembert Roulette System

The D'Alembert is a progression betting roulette system that involves decreasing bet sizes during a winning streak and increasing bet sizes on a losing streak. In the classic D'Alembert system, after a win the player reduces their next bet by one unit and after a loss they increase their next bet size by 1 unit.

Outside (roulette table layout) betting system for the even money bets (50/50 chance bet i.e. bet $1 and win the spin, returns a $1 profit) like betting Black or Red, Odd or Even, High or Low.

- Progression betting but unlike the Martingale system the bet does not double up after each loss.
- If it
**loses**the bet in the D'Alembert System is increased by 1 unit. - If you
**win**the bet decrease by 1 unit. - If zero
**0**lands it terminates the game or is counted as a loss and you continue the game.

Slow to make gains but unlike other progression betting systems it's unlikely you will ever exceed the maximum roulette table limit after suffering a string of losses.

Conclusion; D'Alembert the French mathmetician incorrectly argued the probability outcome in coin tossing of heads and tails which is what this gambling system is based on.

### Martingale Roulette System

The Martingale system is a negative progression betting roulette system (increasing bet after a loss), but with a heart pounding twist. You have to **double the bet** after a losing spin until either you win the spin or you are cruelly severed from the game through either lack of funds or you have reached the maximum table limit. If for example you had six continual losing spins playing the Martingale system, betting with an initial $10 it would play out as $10, $20, $40, $80, $160 and $320 for the sixth losing spin equating to a total sum loss of $630. If you continued on and played another spin you would need to place a bet of $640 bringing your new wagered total to $1270, **winning** that seventh spin would gain a profit of $10. Total sum of betted amounts equals $1270 to gain $10 profit.

Conclusion; Most commonly known system on net. Table limits render it unworkable.

Labouchere Roulette System

The Labouchere roulette system looks a complex system at first glance, but look a little deeper, be brave now, and oh its not complicated at all its actually quite straight forward. A looser progression betting system giving the system player flexibility in creating a variable beginning to the system. Choose a line of numbers normally 4 to 5 single numbers in order to keep betting amounts low. We add the numbers at both ends together to work out the bet size. If you win you remove both end numbers of the line. Start the process again with the reduced line. If you lose you add to the far end of the line the number of the last bet size, starting process again now with a longer new line.

Choose a **Labouchere line** > e.g. 2 4 5 7 add both ends 2 + 7 = 9 = bet amount $9.

**Lose the bet** add 9 to end of line = 2 4 5 7 **9** add both ends of new line 2 + 9 = 11 = bet amount $11.

**Win the bet** remove both end numbers leaving new line = 4 5 7 add ends 4 + 7 = 11 = bet amount $11.

**Win the bet** remove both end numbers leaving new line = 5 = bet amount $5 = line nearly finished.

**Win** **=** Labouchere system line completed.

Reverse Labouchere

If the bet wins add the last bet amount to the end of the line. Line continues until you hit the maximum table limit. If the bet loses, remove the line end numbers.

Conclusion; In the Casino Municipale in Nice1966 Norman Leigh claimed to have used the Reverse Labouchere System with a team of 13 strong to break the bank, before being black booked from all casinos in Europe.

Unusual Roulette bets

Red Snake Roulette bet. Very unusual roulette bet that shows a type of symmetry betting approach in which some of the red numbers on the table layout are used to form the shape of a snake, the red squares on the table layout must touch. Divide the roulette snake into two and it has a perfect symmetrical shape. Betting on the numbers beginning at **1** **red** through **5 9 12 14 16 19 23 27 30 32** finishing on **34**.

A total of 12 numbers are bet, betting equal amounts on each number. Though you could use split bets on the **9**, **12** also the **16**, **19** and the **27**, **30**. It could be argued that the red roulette snake combination of bets has as much chance as any other combination of bets. The house edge is equal for all roulette bets. Nice quirky system bet to play around with. On second thoughts, no.

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**Mock up roulette table of Red Snake Roulette bet.**

**Prime numbers roulette system**

Mathematics gives us prime numbers, natural numbers that use two divisors, numbers divisible by 1 and itself. They may have a link to randomness but no one has devised a winning system for it yet. Maybe you can?

The first eleven prime numbers that could be used in roulette prediction:

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, ...

**Fibonacci** **sequence**

*1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377* …

Can be used as roulette progression model in some systems.

**'more roulette systems coming soon stay tuned'**