This sytem is very similiar to the labby method, however I have found this method to be better. You could practice with a set of numbers playing both methods and you will see the advantages of this system.

This is not only for roulette, you can use this method on blackjack, craps, baccarat, under seven and over seven, chuck a luck or any game really in which you can bet on an even chance bet (50/50 such as red/black). You can’t use this method for poker unless it is a showdown.

It is more of a money management system rather than a roulette system, and this is why it can be applied to many other games.

How to bet

The basic idea is simple –

  • When you win, you increase the amount you bet on the next spin.
  • When you lose, you decrease the amount you bet on the next spin.

Here is how the method works:

1) First you must decide how much money you want to win in this session. For example lets say £50.

2) Now you divide this amount into four smaller portions. The first portion should be approximately 40% of the total amount you wish to win. The following three portions should be approximately 20%. Using the example of £50, the four portions would be:

£20, £10, £10, £10

3) You will be betting only on an even chance bet such as red/black, high/low or if you were playing baccarat you would bet on either player or banker. Your first bet is the first number in the line above, in this example, £20. We therefore bet £20 on our chosen even chance.

4) If you win, you then cross off the £20. You would then be left with:

£20 , £10, £10, £10

Now for your next bet, you must add together the first and last numbers in the line. In this example the first number is now £10 and the last number is also £10 therefore our next bet would be:

£10 + £10 = £20

5) If however we had lost the first bet, we would not cross off the £20, instead we would add it to the end of the line like so:

£20, £10, £10, £10, £20

The next bet in this case would then just be the first number in the sequence again, i.e £20. You only add the first and last numbers after a win.

6) You repeat this process until eventually all the numbers in the line have been crossed off.

Example

Set a target to win £50

Our line then looks like this

£20, £10, £10, £10

1st bet – £20 – Bet the first number in the sequence.

WIN – cross off the £20, add first and last numbers together for next bet amount.

£20 , £10, £10, £10

2nd bet – £20 (£10 + £10).

LOSE – add the bet amount (£20) to the end of the line.

£10, £10, £10, £20

3rd bet – £10 – As we lost, we simply bet the first number of the line.

WIN – Cross off the £10 and add first and last numbers together for next bet amount.

£10, £10, £10, £20

4th bet – £30 (£10 + £20)

WIN – Cross off the £10 AND the £20. The only remaining number is then £10, this will be are next bet.

£10, £10, £10, £20

5th bet – £10

LOSE – Add the bet amount (£10) to the end of the line

£10, £10

6th bet – £10 – As we lost, simply bet the first number in the line.

WIN – Cross off the £10, we should add together the first and last number in the line to get the next bet amount, however there is only one number left. We simply just bet that number.

£10, £10

7th bet – £10 – The only remaining number

WIN – cross off the £10.

£10

All the numbers have now been crossed off and you have won £50. In this example it has taken 7 spins, the number of spins required may vary but the system will always work in the end.