If you’re into online roulette gambling, here are the top three betting systems that you might find helpful for winning roulette. These systems will, in the perfect situation, allow players to win more than they lose.

The first is the D’Alembert System.

This is the simplest approach in playing roulette, making it suitable for beginners. The idea is to follow these basic instructions: if you win a round, your next bet should be a unit lesser, and if you lose, your next bet should be a unit higher.

To illustrate this, let us consider a bet of $2. If you win that round, your next bet should be $1, one unit less than the original bet (1 unit may not necessarily be $1). If you lose the subsequent spin, you should bet $2 on the next round, one unit higher than the previous bet. If you reach $0, you could just simply start over with the original bet.

Although some veteran gamblers advise to leave the table once you’ve won this far. This method seems to be the most effective in increasing your winnings slowly but surely since there is only a small amount of risk involved.

Another method is the Martingale System. It works by doubling your bets for every loss. If you lose subsequent bets, continue doubling the amount until you win. Once you win, you start over with your original bet.

For example, your original bet is $1. If you lose this round, your bet on the next round should be $2, and if you lose yet again, the next bet you place would be $4. And so on and so forth.

When you win, your next bet should be back your original bet. This method involves a high risk factor since after continual losses you’d come to the point that your bets would be outrageously high, often reaching more than what you have in your account.

Lastly, there is the Fibonacci System. The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers, each one added to the number before it to generate the next number in the sequence (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, and so on and so forth). The Fibonacci betting system in roulette works in the same way as the Martingale’s.

However, in computing for the next bet, you do not just multiply it by two. Instead you should add the sum of the two previous numbers. You’d have to begin with 1-1. So basically, if you bet $1 and lose, your next bet is still $1. If you lose again, the next bet would be $2. Then it would be $3, $5, $8 etc. If for example you win at your $13 bet, you don’t go back to $1. Your next bet would be computed by crossing out the 2 previous numbers. So for winning at $13, you scratch off 13 and 8, so your next bet would be $5.

This system is more inexpensive since the bets build up more slowly.

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