Top Three (3) Wagering Systems and Strategies

Casino players have created more systems for winning at roulette than most other casino games. There are many roulette systems to try, however we have curated a top 10 set of systems and please share your experience or your system.

by Betcoin on December 29th, 2016

System #1. Martingale

This is the most common and most popular wagering system and strategy. It may also be the oldest system ever devised and is used by all types of roulette players, however mostly newer players.

The Martingale system is very system and you double up after you lose a wager. It is a progressive wagering system. It is based on the thought that if you keep doubling after each loss, eventually you will win and recoup your loss plus end up with the profit of your original wager.

System #2. Premium or Grand Martingale

This system involves the Martingale system, but adding another unit to your last wager. Therefore if you wager 10 and lose your next wager would be 30.

System #3. Oscars Grind

This system is designed to increase your wagers after you win and is a very popular system. With this system, you wager the same amount following a loss, however you increase your wager by one uni following a win, never wagering more than what you need to recoup prior losses plus one unit of profit.

This is a popular up-as-you-win betting system. It first appeared in Allan Wilson’s classic book, The Casino Gambler’s Guide. With Oscar’s Grind, you bet the same amount following a loss and increase your bet by one unit following a win. As the system progresses, the caveat is that you never bet more then what you need to recoup prior losses plus a one-unit profit.

There are plenty of other systems and strategies including d’Alembert, Shotwell System, The Red System and Laboucher or Cancellation System. Which system have you tried and what is your experience?

 Filed under: Casino, Martingale, Grand Martingale, Laboucher, Oscars Grind, Paroli, Shotwell

9 Comments

JennaROX: Let's Get Physical
Thu, 12/29/2016 - 20:32

Everything that I have read about Roulette and winning strategies, tells me that there is no winning strategy. There is a 1/38 chance that the ball will land on your chosen number. The odds do not change. If there are 200 spins without landing on the number 8 for example, the very next spin, and every spin after that WILL STILL have a 1/38 chance of landing on number 8.

The Roulette Wheel is a physical thing, physics are the only thing can help you determine better odds. Information about the average speed of the wheel and the weight of the ball could possibly give you an edge.

Computerized Roulette is obviously different, if it is an RNG, you may be able to apply statistics to increase your odds.

Good luck.

uhnoyingf7ck: well it's almost 50-50 if you bet on red or black
Mon, 01/09/2017 - 07:09

so you just triple your bet if you lose. Bet 10 on Red. Lose. Bet 30 on Red. If you lose bet 90 on red. If you lose bet 270. If you lose again bet 900. Eventually you will hit RED and win!

fallenhigh: jenna
Thu, 12/29/2016 - 21:17

let me see what the ass looks like before I commit to the seeding process.

blingbling911: Permission granted
Thu, 12/29/2016 - 22:49

You may take Jenna Marie as your bride. You may sew your seed as you see fit.

fallenhigh: thanks father
Fri, 12/30/2016 - 23:14

I only care about the tang now I'm done with gambling. Btw are you interested in Russian roullete winner takes others life savings?

sivait: only way to win at a roulette
Fri, 12/30/2016 - 01:02

only way to win at a roulette is stealing from it.

blingbling911: The only roulette I play...
Fri, 12/30/2016 - 01:10

Is Russian roulette. Because it ain't real gambling otherwise.

Spreek: Why does anyone use the
Sat, 12/31/2016 - 01:34

Why does anyone use the martingale system? There are two outcomes: a boring small win and losing everything. Seriously, it's just asking to be miserable.

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