How to win in roulette

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Martingale Roulette System
The martingale is the most common system that players use. The idea is simple, you increase your bets when you lose until you win, then you decrease them back to the starting bet.

Most people use the Martingale on the even chance bets where it’s known as the “double up method” because you simply double your bets after every loss until you win, at which point you go back to betting the original amount. What we’re going to do here is give you the mathematical progressions for all the different bets that you can make.

Even Chance Betting

1 – 2 – 4 – 8 – 16 – 32 – 64 – 128 – 256 – 512 – 1024 – 2048 – 4096 – 8192

That is the most common progression that you would use for red/black, odd/even and 1-18/19-36 betting. You don’t have to stick to the above progression but you do have to stick to the rule of doubling your last bet. For example you could use either of the following instead:

3 – 6 – 12 – 24 – 48 – 96 – 192 or 5 – 10 – 20 – 40 – 80 – 160 – 320

So long as you’re doubling your previous bet you’re fine. We would not recommend starting off with a £3 or £5 bet though because as you can see, the higher your starting the number, the quicker your bets become too risky.

How to win in roulette ?
If you’ve never used or heard of the Martingale before, here exactly how you would use it using the example of betting on red. You would start by placing a £1 bet on red, if it losses, you increase your next bet to £2. If this losses, you increase your next bet to £4 and so on.

You keep on doubling your bets every time you lose until you win. Then when you get the win, you go back to betting £1 again. You don’t have to stick to betting on the same colour, it’s totally up to you which one you bet on.

The Upside To The Martingale — The upside to using this strategy is that it can increase/prolong your winning runs over the short term. For example, if you’re betting on red and you get 3 blacks in a row, then a red, then 4 blacks in a row then another red, you’re losing more bets than you’re winning but you’re still in profit. This is the Martingale prolonging your winning run.

So it is not so difficult when people ask you how to win in roulette.

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