Considering it’s been around for hundreds of years, it’s no surprise that many people have attempted to come up with various betting systems and betting strategies for the game of Roulette.
I’ve tried them all and I love them – they always make the game of Roulette that much more exciting. Every time I head out to a casino or load one up in my web browser, I’m always debating what betting system to use next. It’s fun, and if you stick with a betting system you will not make silly mistakes.
That’s the good thing about a system – the casinos make most of their money from impulsive bets. How often have you heard that bets will be closing and watch people go mental splashing chips around? That’s why you should stick with a betting system; to keep you restrained and from making those silly impulsive mistakes.
Read through these articles and pick a betting system that will work for you:
Anti-Martingale Betting System: The complete opposite of the martingale, although using the same fundamentals. Rather than doubling your bet on a loss, you double it on a win. A fun progressive betting system that is simple to use.
Base Two Betting System: This is a famous progressive betting system which also doesn’t have the risk of the Martingale if things go wrong. It uses two separate wager sizes and betting on 1:1 payouts such as red/black, odd/even or columns.
Bet On Black Betting System: Wesley Snipes, is that you? This is an interesting betting system which is progressive but has a gradual incline to the wagering amount.
Charting The Wheel Betting System: One of the first roulette systems, made famous back in the 19th century. Not the type of thing that will work these days, but still worth reading about.
Column Betting System: As you can imagine, this system is based on the columns within roulette. It is a relatively simple betting strategy used purely for betting on the columns. I recommend playing this one on European Roulette tables.
Contra D’Alembert Betting System: This is a variation of the very popular D’Alembert Betting System. It’s the complete opposite of it, and quite the interesting betting system to use.
Covering The Table Betting System: Based on European roulette, it’s a fun strategy involving covering 35 numbers on the table. I also cover variations you can make with the system based on American Roulette and less unit betting.
D’Alembert Betting System: Created by French mathematician Jean-Baptise le Rond d’Alembert, this is also known as the Pyramid betting system. This is a fun betting system, although is based purely on Gambler’s Fallacy.
Dopey Betting System: This system was made famous due to the book by Andres Martinez, where he provided detail about the Dopey Betting System, an experimental roulette betting system.
Dozen Based Triple Martingale Betting System: Like many betting systems for Roulette, it’s the Martingale with a twist. It focuses on the “dozen” bets that you can make, and the progressions in betting you make are higher. Triple your initial stake.
Fibonacci Betting System: Taken from the Fibonacci Sequence from back in the 13th century, the Fibonacci Betting System is a very simple progressive betting to use, based on increments of the 2 prior numbers you bet with.
Flat Betting System: The most commonly used betting system out there and the easiest for people to do. It’s a low risk strategy, and I cover a lot of different ways you can use this betting system.
Grand Martingale Betting System: The Grand Martingale Betting System is essentially the Martingale Betting System, except with a different amount of bet increments you should make. There are a couple of variations to it that I cover in this article.
In Red We Trust Betting System: This is one of my favourite betting systems. It can be rather complex and is PERFECT for the action junkie. Only thing better than action? Well at least when it comes to Roulette – controlled action.
Inside Bet Betting System: This betting system is focused on the inside bets you can make in roulette, and you will need to have a strong understanding of all of the available inside bets.
Labouchere Betting System: This is a progressive betting system that is very popular at the Roulette tables. It’s based on setting aims such as the amount you wish to win or lose, and playing towards that. It uses sequences and is rather complex, but when you have it figured out it is a lot of fun and one I use often at the roulette tables.
Martingale Betting System: The most popular betting system of all times, created over 250 years ago in France you’ve probably used this betting system without even knowing it.
Martingale Doubling Betting System: This is essentially the Martingale Betting System, but as I get a lot of requests from people to explain the “Martingale Doubling Betting System” I wrote a separate article with a slightly different take.
Numbers Betting System: This is probably one of the more obscure betting systems out there. It’s quite complex and requires a bit of work so be sure to be familiar with Roulette before attempting the Numbers Betting System.
Oscar’s Grind Betting System: This is, as the name suggests, a “grind”. It’s focused on winning 1 unit at a time and I cover exactly how it works within this article.
Parlay Betting System: North Americans will know what a parlay is – anyone outside of USA or Canada – it’s more a combo, or an accumulator in sports betting terms. You can use this system at Roulette amazingly enough, and it’s quite the fun betting system.
Pattern Betting System: This is a classic betting system found at roulette, based on betting on three different sectors within the Roulette Wheel.
Pyramid Betting System: Also known as the D’Alembert Betting System, it’s one of the most popular betting system for beginner players next to the Martingale system.
Reverse D’Alembert Betting System: Now we get into the “reverse” betting systems – where it is basically the betting system in reverse. This is a neat one.
Reverse Fibonacci Betting System: Using the Fibonacci Sequence, the Reverse Fibonacci Betting System is an intriguing betting system although rather complicated. I explain how to use it here.
Reverse Martingale Betting System: This is the exact same as the Anti-Martingale Betting System. Most people know them by both variations so we have two separate articles with a different perspective covering both.
Single Repeats Betting System: This is one of my favourite betting systems – you basically follow the numbers one at a time. So you sit out the first spin and then bet the number that just won. Then you bet the next number that just won – and keep on going until you win, and you increase the units based on winning.