Up and Pull : Roulette Betting System Explained

There are many betting systems that people use in order to increase their potential of winning big. The Up and Pull system is one such system, so named because after each win, the bet is upped by one unit and after each loss, it's "pulled back" to the initial bet.

Applying the Up and Pull System

For example, say that you start with an initial bet of two units in a roulette game. A loss, loss, win, win, loss would have a bet succession of 2, 2, 3, 4, 2. The good thing about this system is that even after you win twice in a row, followed by a loss, you still are ahead by one unit overall (+2, +2, -3 = +1). Because of this, it's not necessary to try and guess when a winning streak will end, because an eventual loss will still result in an overall profit. Many people will take advantage of positive swings and increase bets even more after two successive wins.

Disadvantage of the Up and Pull System

Strings of losses will start to have a negative effect on your bankroll (more so than placing static bets), thus requiring more strings of wins in order to have an overall profit. The pattern is easy; it's keeping track of your overall wins and losses that is difficult. For example, four losses in a row would result in the player being 8 units down (2 units after each loss). In order to recover and get ahead, you'd have to win four times (11 units up). As soon as you'd get a positive session balance, you should pull back the profits.

Money management systems are vital when using any betting system while exploring online gambling. The up and pull method is one of the least risky systems because of the fact that you flat bet during losing streaks instead of increasing your bet like with the martingale system. No system guarantees a winning streak, but the Up and Pull can help you to count your losses and possibly get ahead of the game in the process.