Roulette Strategies

Roulette Strategies 2019-05-23T17:26:58+00:00

There is a reason why roulette is not played professionally. Unlike poker or blackjack, you don’t have much influence on the course of a round, so you have to rely on luck on the one hand, and pay attention to your own self-discipline on the other.That’s why many online casino roulette strategies have evolved that have less to do with the actual game than with managing your bankroll – so that means using your money to minimize losses and maximize profits.

Does that mean there are no “real” roulette strategies? Of course, there are real roulette strategies. However, we advise you to be careful, because even with a strategy, roulette is and remains a very random game that is more fun and thrills than a regular income. Below we have listed and explained some of the most popular roulette strategies for you.

James Bond Strategy:

The bet is measured in 200 units for each turn (you can increase the 200 units to 400, 600, etc. depending on the size of your bankroll).

You divide your 200 units (for example 200 BTC) into different fields and rows:

  • 140 – on 19 to 36
  • 50 – on 6 numbers from 13 to 18 (one amount, without splitting)
  • 10 – on 0

Such a distribution of your bet allows you to cover many fields – almost ⅔ of the entire playing field. This increases your chances of winning considerably. Depending on where the ball lands, the following prizes are possible:

  • If you hit a number between 19 and 36, you win 80
  • When you hit a number between 13 and 18, you win 100
  • At 0, you win 160
  • And if you hit a number between 1 and 12, you lose everything

Whoever loses must bet on the next turn with the same system, but double the bet each time (so next time you play with 400 units).

This strategy is very risky. You can make a lot of money with it very quickly if you are lucky – but you can also lose everything very quickly. So you should check what your bankroll gives you and how long you have time to play.

D’Alembert Strategy:

In many ways, the d’Alembert system is a less extreme version of the Martingale system, which provides for raising bets when a player loses and reduces when he wins.
Before you get started with the d’Alembert system, you must first decide on the correct amount of bets you want to make during the game. A good starting point is the minimum bet limit at the table – in this example we assume 1 BTC – you can also choose a higher amount. However, you should choose an amount that is only a small fraction of the maximum table limit if you want to apply the system in full. This amount is referred to below as a “unit”.

As part of the d’Alembert system, you place one-to-one bets. First choose what you want to bet on (red or black, even or odd, etc.) and place your bet from one unit. If you win, you can then simply make another bet from one unit on the next spin.

If you lose, you should increase your next bet by one unit (to a total of two units). Each time you lose, your bet is increased by one unit. Each time you win, the bet must be reduced by one unit. Of course, you can never go under one unit, even in the case of a long winning streak.

In a D’Alembert system, there is no maximum bet or maximum number of units you bet (except for the applicable table limits). However, you are free to set a lower limit for yourself to ensure that your stakes do not go sky-high. For example, you could decide never to bet more than five units, no matter what the system provides for.

Short summary:

  1. Choose your stake
  2. Set to red or black, even or uneven
  3. If you win: Reduce your bet by one unit (one unit remains the minimum)
  4. Loss: Raise your bet by one unit

Note: We advise you to set a limit for your bets (e.g. no more than 5 units).

The D’Alembert system is ideal for those players who want the fun and excitement of the Martingale system without risking (or not being able to afford) the same amount of money required by the system.
The D’Alembert system follows to a certain extent the same principle as the Martingale system, i.e. the stakes are increased after losing. This gives you the chance to win money back after a series of lost bets. However, it does not take this approach to extremes. If you prefer an even fluctuation of your money at the table rather than the slow profits and sometimes huge slumps with the Martingale, then the D’Alembert system for roulette could be of interest to you.

Fibonacci System:

The Fibonacci system is usually played with the simple chances, i.e. red or black, even or uneven and 1-18 or 19-36. You set a starting bet and play your way through one of the Fibonacci series of numbers:

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

(the row is obtained by adding the two previous numbers)

Fibonacci is based on progression, similar to the Martingale system. This means that in an unfavorable case, the stakes can increase quite rapidly. You can see that in the row of numbers, the jumps are getting bigger and bigger.
But the big advantage of the system is that you only have to win a third of the bets, which should normally be possible (you are betting on 50 50 chances). To prevent too rapid an increase, most “Fibonacci followers” apply a safety measure and set an upper limit. This is usually between 8 and 21 times the amount of use. In this way, the maximum loss can be determined.

Since the strategy can be understood even better using an example, we will explain the Fibonacci system once again using the following series of figures as an example:

1 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 8 – 13 – 21 – 34 – 55 – 89 – 144

As you can see, we’re starting with an operation with a BTC. For example, if we set it to red and lose it, we will have to take a step forward and set a BTC again. If we lose again, we can then use two BTCs. As soon as we lose three more times, we are already at a stake of eight BTC. If we win this turn, we go back two steps and use three BTC.


  1. Determine a series of numbers individually
  2. Betting on simple odds
  3. in case of loss – Use the next number
  4. If you win – two numbers back

When applying the Fibonacci strategy you will notice that there are some advantages and unfortunately also some disadvantages. One of the advantages, for example, is that the strategy has relatively low progression. Because here the stake is not constantly doubled. That’s why we don’t need a very high budget here either.
At the same time, there is no compulsive attempt to compensate for all losses as quickly as possible. That’s why you can play as long as you like. So there is no time limit. Furthermore, the Fibonacci strategy has the advantage that it is easy to understand and can therefore also be used by beginners.

Finally, the disadvantages of the strategy should also be discussed. A weak point is that you get smaller profits with this strategy. In addition, there is the possibility here that one does not compensate all losses directly with a profit.
For example, if you lose three times in a row and use one euro for the first and two times and two euros for the third time, you have a total loss of four euros. If you then wager three euros and win, you will receive only three euros as a prize. Nevertheless, this puts us one euro behind. Therefore, this strategy does not guarantee that compensation is available. This is also the case with the d’Alembert strategy.

Nevertheless, the system has its appeal, as you only have to win a third of the bets. The increase in use is not as strong as with the Martingale System. So if you like to play a little longer and are satisfied with smaller winnings (one bet), you should definitely trust this system once. If you’re not 100% convinced yet, you might want to try it out in the play money section of your online casino before you invest your hard earned money!

Other betting systems:

Unlike a strategy, a betting system only specifies how your bets are to be staggered per round. The finesse of the game is completely left to luck. The task of a betting system is only to protect your bankroll as much as possible.

The following two betting systems are among the most popular:

  • Martingale-System: After a lost bet, you double your bet until you win again. If you win, you keep the basic bet and start all over again.
  • Paroli-System: You always start with a small bet and bet the winnings again to make even bigger profits. For example, if you double your bet three or four times in a row, you take the winnings and start a new series.

Note: You can find a detailed description of the systems under Blackjack Strategies.

There are many other betting systems that are sold as roulette strategy. They can be quite useful if you don’t want to enter the game without any control. However, they are only an illusions, because the systems cannot influence winning or losing in roulette.

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