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Let me remind you that no roulette betting system can overcome the house advantage over the long run. If betting systems were a sure-fire way of getting rich, there would not be any casinos for long. That said, on this page of you can read about different roulette systems.

The Facts About Roulette Betting Systems:

I am unable to recommend any winning betting systems for roulette simply because they do not exist. However; if you had all the money in the world and the casinos did not have a maximum bet on their roulette tables - the Martingale betting system would theoretically work. But you don't have unlimited funds, and the casinos do protect themselves against just such a system with maximum betting limits on the roulette table.

No betting system is capable of beating any casino game in the long run - such gambling systems do not exist. Take my word for it - if they did exist there would be no Las Vegas Casinos and NO online casinos, they'd all go broke.

That doesn't mean that placing your bets according to some kind of roulette betting system can't be more fun than just placing the same size of bet every game; but please remember that playing according to a betting system will not make the odds in your favor - the casino always have the edge in the long run no matter what betting system you use.

Different Roulette Gambling Systems:

Here are a few more of the well known roulette systems out there.


The Martingale System is also called the Doubling-up System or the Gamblers Fallacy among experts. Among the various betting systems, it is probably the most well known. Click the link above to read more about The Martingale betting system.

Oscar's Grind:

Allan Wilson first wrote about this system in his book "The Casino Gambler's Guide" in 1965. He met a gambler named Oscar who showed him detailed records of his winning betting system. The records showed modest but consistent profit. Click the link above to read more about the Oscar's Grind Betting System.

The d'Alembert System:

The d'Alembert Betting System is based on "The Law of Equilibrium", invented by the French mathematician Jean Le Rond d'Alembert in the 18th century. Click the link above to read more about The d'Alembert Betting System.

The Fibonacci System:

The Fibonacci Betting System is based on the Fibonacci Sequence, developed by the Italian mathematician Leonardo Pisan, born in Pisa in 1170. The sequence goes as follows: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144 and so on. Click the link above to read more about The Fibonacci System.

The Labouchere System (The Cancellation System):

The Labouchere Betting System, also known as The Cancellation System, is named after a minister in Queen Victoria's service. He played this system quite successfully. However, just like all the other roulette betting systems, it is not profitable in the long run. Click the link above to read more about The Labouchere System - also called The Cancellation Betting System.

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