The d'Alembert Gambling System by Online-Casinos.com

The d'Alembert gambling system is based on "The Law of Equilibrium", invented by the French mathematician Jean Le Rond d'Alembert who lived in the 18th century.

The d'Alembert System is based on "The Law of Equilibrium", invented by the French mathematician Jean Le Rond d'Alembert who lived
in the 18th century.

The Law of Equilibrium supposes a balance of outcomes over the long run. The philosophy is simple. You increase your bet by
one unit each time you lose, and decrease your bet by one unit each time you win. In the table to the right this system is
illustrated.

The d'Alembert System has no stop-win point. You should set one yourself. In the example shown, it is when you
have won at least 1 unit. Then a new sequence starts. The higher you set your stop-win point, the longer the sequences will be
on average.

Bet & Outcome: Accumulated Loss/Win:
Bet 1 unit and lose -1 unit
Bet 2 units and lose -3 units
Bet 3 units and lose -6 units
Bet 4 units and lose -10 units
Bet 5 units and win -5 units
Bet 4 units and win -1 unit
Bet 3 units and win +2 units
End of sequence

In the long run, the d'Alembert System does not work. It is true that in the long run red will come in 48.65% of the times, but you will
eventually be wiped out by the volatility. Exactly like the other roulette strategies.

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