Before we start explaining various tactics and strategies to approach the game of Roulette, we must say that there is no roulette scheme that can be proven successful. We will review some schemes for you to learn and decide if they might be useful or fun to use. This can help players make decisions in playing roulette. Make sure you really understand all the rules of roulette before experimenting with a different scheme.
Leonardo Pisan, better known as Fibonacci, was born in Italy in 1170. He is known for his great interest in mathematics and solving mathematical problems. Fibonacci is famous for the Fibonacci Series, a series of numbers that are close to the realities of nature. This series: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, … Every successful number is a number from the original 2 numbers. This series can be easily used in roulette. We will start with 1 credit bet. In terms of losses, we take the next number from the Fibonacci series and bet 1. So, losing 4 times in a row will give you 5 credits. In the matter of winning, we go back 2 steps in the series. Because we go back 2 steps on the problem we lose and we go up only 1 step on the problem winning 1 times 3 times is enough to make a profit. So, playing 50:50 on Roulette you need 33% to win. The only thing that is at risk is that if you lose in a row you lose many rounds in a row you may have to complete the need to place a very large bet to maintain the scheme. Because it is recommended to violate personal boundaries.
This roulette scheme is referred to as ‘Split Martingale’, ‘Cross-out’ or ‘Cancellation’. So easy. Players start by writing a short series of random numbers, for example 1, 1, 3, 2, 4, 4. The first bet is the sum of two outer numbers, in this parable is 1 + 4 = 5. So the player starts with 5 credit bets. In case of loss the player gives an additional amount which is only a bet to be registered. Next bet then 1 + 5 = 6. If you win two outside numbers, they will be deleted from the list. This scheme generates 33% of the winnings needed to make money. Once again the risk of streaking repeatedly disappears. Therefore the scheme can be used in reverse.
The most famous roulette scheme has become the Martingale Scheme. After every chance you lose, you double your bet. If you win, you start from your first bet. In theory this scheme remains a champion. The problem is the limit of your table fighting. When this limit is realized, you cannot bet on your next double until the scheme is complete.
Before you start placing bets, you must write the hit number on the roulette table that you will play. Write the number until the number is hit 2x. This number is currently the number of pivots. This scheme places the next 36 bets on this number. When it comes to profit, you win. If not, you will lose. This scheme is based on the “Third Law”. This law says that in every 36 rounds only 24 numbers are affected. This does not help much. He wants numbers that have reached 2x will be attacked.