Martingale Roulette System
In the Martingale roulette system, each bet is doubled after a loss, and
you go back to your starting bet after every win. You will win one unit for
every win, as long as you have enough money and do not get to the house limit.
Once you reach the house limit, then you will lose the house percentage
because there is no place else to go.
There are many variations of Martingale roulette system, and it can be used
with other methods. For example, you can use a three-stage Martingale of
10-20-40 combined with betting that the decision before the last one will
repeat…. or bet that the FIRST shooter (only) will throw a pass (or don’t
pass). In this latter one you are betting only one bet on each shooter.
Some people add one or more units to each of the doubled bets. Others will
change to a parlay after a certain point (let the first bet "ride" on the
second bet after a win) and bet the amount that it takes to win what you want
to win. Another variation would be to split it up and then win it back one
part at a time…. there are many variations of Martingale roulette system,
with which people swear they are winning.
Labouchere Roulette System
The Labouchere roulette system, also called "Split Martingale" or
"Cross-Out" or "Cancellation" or several other names.
In its simplest form, you write down some numbers… let’s say 1 2 3. Each
bet is the first and last of these numbers. In this example, it is 1 and 3,
which equals 4. If you win you cross the two number off and bet the next two
that are on the outside. In this instance there would be only the single two
unit bet. If that wins you complete the series and win a total of all of the
numbers (six here). If the bet loses, then you add that one number to the end
of the series. So, the first bet would be 4 and it loses, so you add 4. That
makes the next bet 1 plus 4, which is 5. And so on….
This means that you need to win only 1/3 of the bets PLUS two more and you
will complete the series and win the amount that is in the series. Since you
normally will win ALMOST half of your bets, that means that you MUST win… or
This has also been done with many variations. One would be to use different
numbers, such as lots of ones in the beginning, to keep the series from
growing so fast. So, the series would be something like 1 1 1 2 2 3. When you
complete the series you will win 10 units. The first bet is still four. You
must win 1/3 plus 3.
Other people have devised ways of splitting it up when the bet gets too
high. Set it aside and win one series and then go back and finish the second
There is a "Reverse Labouchere roulette system" for the brave at heart. You
add the amount of the win to the end, and cancel the 2 outside numbers each
time that you lose. The bet is the sum of these two outside numbers. This
gives you many very small losses in return for an occasional very large win.
Parlay Roulette System
A parlay is very simple. You just "let it ride." Make a bet, and then leave
the winnings there to ride on the next bet. This does not have to be the whole
amount. There is a method around called "31" where you have a series which is
1 1 1 2 2 4 4 8 8 (for a total of 31 units). Your first bet is one unit. This
could be any bet from a dollar to 1/16 of the table limit. It is 1/16 and not
1/8 because you must parlay the 8 units. If that bet wins, you bet the same
amount again. If it loses you go up the series with a parlay on each bet.
Notice that if you win any of the parlays you will be winning anyplace from
one to nine units.
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