# Reverse Fibonacci Betting System

The Reverse Fibonacci betting system is a progressive betting system that players may use when playing roulette a casino, either live or online. Unlike the more traditional Fibonacci betting system, the Reverse Fibonacci betting system relies on a player winning to increase the stakes rather than only increasing the stakes when a player loses a wager. Like the Fibonacci betting system, the Reverse Fibonacci system is best used when betting on even-money wagers, although it can be used to some effect on other bets on the roulette table. But if you do want to make the most of this betting system, it is advised that bets such as black or red, odds or evens are the best when using the Reverse Fibonacci.

As with the Fibonacci betting system, the Reverse Fibonacci betting system uses the Fibonacci Sequence as it gimmick. The Fibonacci Sequence is a series of numbers held together by one very simple rule: the next number in the sequence is the sum of the previous two. The traditional Fibonacci Sequence would begin with a 1, meaning the next number in the sequence is 1 (0+1). It is worth noting that the first step in any Fibonacci Sequence is always 0. Next in the sequence is 2, because the previous two numbers add up to that. Following 2 comes 3, which is the sum of 2 and 1. After that comes 5, then 8, then 13, then 21 etc. This system could, in theory, go on infinitely, but as no-one has an infinite amount of cash for a bankroll, and every casino has a limit on the size of bets it takes, you don’t have to worry about going too high in the sequence should your winning streak go crazy. It is also worth noting when using the Reverse Fibonacci betting system that you do not have to use the traditional Fibonacci Sequence if you wanted to wager slightly more in the first instance. You may want to start by wagering 3 units on your first spin. All that means is that your numbers are different, but the idea is still the same. A Fibonacci sequence starting with 3 would go as follows: 3, 3, 6, 9, 15, 24, 39, 63 and so on.

Once you have decided where you are going to start in terms of units, you must decide on what you are going to bet on. As detailed earlier, the Reverse Fibonacci betting system is best employed on even-money shots, so if you are going to use it, you are best using it on the outside bets that pay 1-1, such as black or red. This gives you the best chance of winning on the table, as there is just under a 50% chance that you will win. The greater the odds are, the less likely you are to win, making it harder to clear your sequence.

Now, the Fibonacci betting system is simple in that every time you lose, you add the next number in the sequence to your list and bet that amount of units. If your bet wins, you remove that number, and move to the previous number, and bet that. In the Reverse Fibonacci betting system, the same idea applies, but every time you win, you add a number to the sequence and bet that, and every time you lose, you remove that number.

So, let’s say we are going to bet on red using the Reverse Fibonacci betting system. We will start our sequence with 1 unit (every sequence actually starts with 0, but you cannot bet 0 units). If our bet wins, we take our list and add a 1 to it, because the next number in the sequence is 1 (0+1). If that bet then comes in red again, we add a 2 to the list and bet 2 units. If our 2 unit bet was to lose, we would remove the 2 from the list and go to the preceding number, which is 1. And if that bet loses, we remove that and go to the last 1 on the list. If that loses, our sequence finishes and we start again. If we were to continue winning from our 2 unit bet, our next bet would be 3 units, then 5 units, then 8 units, but you would stop once you had made as many units as you had decided would be your stopping point.

The Reverse Fibonacci betting system, compared to its regular counterpart, is a good betting system to use if you are playing roulette. The main attraction is that the most you will ever lose in a sequence is your starting unit – even if you go on a winning run, then follow that with a losing run, betting 13 units at one point, you will only ever have lost your initial bet. When you compare that to betting strategies that require you to up your bet every time you lose, it’s an attractive prospect. The one thing you have to be aware of is when to call it quits on a sequence when winning. Have a set target in mind, and end your sequence when you hit it; a key part of using a betting system is the ability to show self-control.

Like all betting systems, the Reverse Fibonacci is not going to guarantee you riches, but it is one system that will stop you hemorrhaging money when you go on a losing run. If you can minimize any loses when playing games like roulette, you not only maximize the fun you will have, but you can potentially win more since you have less ground to make up.

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