Casino Roulette Systems : Winning Roulette Systems

Did you know that there are different types of roulette betting systems? Keep in mind that each system will work best for different people and for different bank rolls, so there is not likely a "best system". The three different types of roulette systems are the Martingale, the d'Alembert, and cancellation systems.

Martingale System

The Martingale System is the most common roulette system. You start with an initial bet. If you win, you pocket it. If you lose, you double your previous bet in an attempt to make up for it. This is the most optimistic betting system, because it assumes your wins will eventually outweigh your losses. In reality, you will either run out of money or be unable to double your bet, which will make your losses harder to recuperate.

D'Alembert System

The D'Alembert System is quite the opposite of the Martingale, where, instead of adding to your bet every time you lose, you subtract. Although it sounds logical, it makes the untrue assumption that your chances to win differ with every roll. The wheel doesn't remember past spins; each roll is independent of the others.

Cancellation Systems

In a cancellation system, you start with a series of written numbers, for example, 1,1,1 which adds up to 3. You multiply that number by the minimum bet (let's say $10) and this will give you your win goal ($30). Then, you take the numbers on the ends of that sequence (1+1, making 2), and make that your bet ($20). If you lose, you write the number you just bet at the end of that sequence and add the two new end numbers. If you win, you cross off the end numbers and add the two new end numbers. Like the Martingale system, losses could add up quickly and result in a situation that you can't recover from.

The best roulette system for you is one that is simple and fun. Online roulette systems never guarantee success, but it's not a bad idea to try some of these out and see the outcome.