Types of Roulette Strategies

There are many roulette strategies and systems. We can categorized it according changing of the bet size to two groups. First group is progression based strategy, which means, that you are constantly changing your bet size after previous round. And second group are strategies, where the bet always stays the same.

Progression Based Strategies

Progression base strategies can be divided to two groups

  • Bet is increased after previous loss

The most known example is the Martingale betting system. In this system, the bet is doubled after every loss. The Martingale strategy is very famous with rookies, because it is easy to use.

You will bet 1$, you lost, than you will bet 2$. You win, and taking 4$, it means 1$ profit.

But in reality, it is one of the most risky strategies in roulette, and it is never used by the experienced players.


  • Bet is increased after previous win

Here we can have the Paroli betting system, which is working in opposite way to Martingale betting system: you double your bet after every win. This approach makes this strategy bit safer than the Martingale.

Strategies with No Progression

There exist also some strategies that work without any progression at all. It means, every bet placed in is the same amount. This strategy is called Masse égale roulette system. The player is hoping for a different outcome than probability would suggest. This means that the chance of a certain event occurs more frequent than normally expected. The Masse égale roulette system is used only for inside bets.


Strategy without any mathematics?

Yes, also this is possible. It is called Kesselgucken roulette system. This roulette strategy is based on observing roulette wheel. Player places late bet with estimation in which sector ball lands. More about this roulette system ready here Kesselgucken roulette system.

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