Reverse Martingale Roulette Strategy System
What is the Reverse Martingale Roulette Strategy System?
As the name suggests, this is quite similar to the Classic Martingale Roulette Strategy System, however it works slightly differently; in reverse, in fact! The difference? rather than doubling up on your bets when you lose, you double when you win and lower when you lose.
How does the Reverse Martingale Roulette Strategy System work?
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- Step 1: Find a roulette table with a small minimum bet and a large maximum bet.
- Step 2: Place a small bet on Red or Black; Odd or Even; or 1-18 or 19-36
- Step 3: Keep your wager on the same spot on the table. If you keep losing, keep your small amount as your wager.
- Step 4: When you hit and win, double your bet on the same spot and go again.
- Step 5: If you keep winning, keep doubling your bet and playing on the same spot.
- Step 6: If you lose, go back to your original small bet.
So what does that look like in real terms?
So how does the Reverse Martingale Roulette Strategy System look in reality? The chart to the right shows with a starting bankroll of £10 with 2 losses and 4 straight wins. Below is a breakdown of what's happening here.
- You start with £10 (thogh you will likely need to deposit more than this to account for high doubles).
- You wager £1 and lose.
- The second bet, you keep at the low amount, so wager £1 again and lose. You bankrole now sits at £8
- As you lost the second bet, again you wager £1 (putting your bankroll to £7), however this time you won, giving you £2 and a bankroll of £9
- Because you won the last bet, you now double up and wager £2, you win and gain £4, now putting your bankroll at £11 and you are in profit.
- Next, you double up again and wager £4, winning £8 putting your bankroll and £15
- Again, you double to an £8, winning to give you £16 and a bankroll of £23
Tips and Risks of the Martingale Roulette Strategy System
Of course, this strategy does not come without it's risks. It's easy to think that because the last 10 spins have been black that the next one is red, this is not the case. Every spin is random, and it has just as much chance of landing on red as it did on the previous spin.
The odds on this system are just under 50/50. It's not exactly 50/50 because of the 0 and 00. To give yourself an additional edge, avoid european tables that have the 00. American roulette tables usually only have a single 0, giving you better odds
Using this strategy can rack up your profit fairly quickly, however, remember that losing means all your profit is lost. For this reason, you must make sure you walk away or reset back to your small bet after winning a few times in a row to reduce the risk of losing everything you have worked for.