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Thereís nothing stupid about falling for Roulette
Systems, as they promise to beat the odds and garner
massive winnings. In fact, to many, playing Roulette
with a fixed betting system, wherein you place the
same size bet over and over on a 1 to 1 payout bet,
is a stupid system. To others, thinking that a game
as random as Roulette can be beaten is stupid. As
Albert Einstein is often quoted saying: ďYou cannot
beat a Roulette table unless you steal money from
Opinions aside, what is a Roulette
system, and what constitutes a stupid one.
A Roulette System is a betting
method wherein the player performs their next bet
based on their previous bet. In the Martingale, the
most commonly used betting system, you double your
bet after a loss. Based on this strategy, when you
win, you will recover all previous losses. In the DíAlembert System, rather than doubling your bet
after a loss, you increase it by one unit. If you
value your unit at $1, then three losses in a row
would have you increasing your bet in this sequence:
$2, $3, $4. Martingale would have the sequence go:
$2, $4, $8. As you can see, the DíAlembert System is
a less risky version of the Martingale, but it takes
more wins to recuperate any losses. Other systems
include the Fibonacci System, Labouchere System, and
Oscarís Grind. The vast majority of Roulette
Systems, and all the aforementioned
Roulette Systems are played on the 1 to
1 outside betting areas.
The problem is that the result of
every spin of the Roulette wheel is totally random.
The gamblerís fallacy is the idea that the odds are
different based on intuition rather than the logic
of odds. For example, if the ball lands in six red
pockets in a row, itís more likely going to land in
the black pocket next, even though in reality, the
odds of it landing in a red pocket a seventh time
are the same as landing in a black pocket. The odds,
every spin, are the same.
The reason that this is a problem is because you can
go on a losing streak, and the most risky Roulette
Systems will burn your bankroll like a six-alarm
fire in a bamboo and canvas tent. Considering the
fact that all Roulette tables have betting maximums,
you can double your bet after a lose over and over
until you hit that table maximum. If you start on a
$5 bet, it would only take eight losses in a row for
you to be placing a $1,280 bet. If the table maximum
is $2,000, you better hope you win that eighth bet,
otherwise youíre not going to be able to follow the
system and bet $2,560.
Sure, the odds of betting on red eight times in a
row and having it land on black eight times in a row
is unlikely, which is why so many people have
success at using the Martingale System, and itís why
people love the more conservative betting systems
too. However, losing eight times in a row isnít as
unlikely as you might think, and it will eventually
Think of it this way: If you won that aforementioned
$1,280, your total wins would only equal $5. Thatís
all youíre profiting, because once you bet $1,280,
youíve bet a total of $2,555 since that first $5
bet. If you win, you win $2,560. $2,560 - $2,555 =
So, you either win $5 or lose $2,555, and thatís
after just eight bets. To most people, the risk is
not worth the reward.
No. In fact, Roulette Systems are brilliant.
Whoever came up with some of them is probably a
genius. In Oscarís Grind, for example, itís the DíAlembert System limited to three increases. The
Fibonacci System follows a mathematical sequence,
and you move up and down that system as you bet.
Whatís stupid is just jumping into
one without looking at them all, without knowing
what the consequences are, and playing them without
setting limits for yourself. Know when to stop, set
a timer and stop when it goes off, etc.
To bring it back to the Martingale System one last
time, you would have to win 511 times in a row in
order to win $2,555. You would only have to lose
eight times to lose $2,555.
Good luck, but most importantly, have fun. Thatís
what gambling is all about.
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