If you consider yourself one of the most attentive roulette players, you should definitely try this system. It is not designed for flashy players, but for those who prefer to avoid unnecessary risk and stick to a conservative strategy.
Half a kingdom for the system?
What we want to present to you is a popular roulette strategy which was supposedly used as far back as the court of the French King Louis XIV. However, if you think about when Louis lived and when at least the basic rules of roulette were actually formed, it becomes clear that this is highly unlikely. Despite this, this system is much more popular than the others because of its simplicity.
One dozen is good, but two is better.
The advantage of the system mainly lies in its simple principles. It can be used in conjunction with more complex strategies, allowing players to achieve much larger winnings.
All you need to do is apply the game system correctly. How? By betting by the dozen. More precisely, bet on two out of three dozens on the roulette wheel. Nothing complicated.
Everything brilliant is simple.
- First, observe a few consecutive spins and decide when to enter the game.
- To get started, place two bets on the two dozen that didn’t get caught in the last spin. F
- or example, if the last spin ended on the number 21 (of the second dozen), then your bet on the next spin should be on the first and third dozen.
- If you did not win, i.e. the next spin also ended with a number from the second dozen, increase your bet by 1 dollar (or an amount multiple of that which you decided to use).
- If you are lucky and you win, do not change the bet amount. In doing so, it is important not to forget to bet again on the two dozen that did not win.
Remember this. Never bet different amounts on two selected dozens – this will break the logic of the entire strategy and make it ineffective.
Seeing once is better than hearing a hundred times
What might the game look like? Let’s say we waited for the right spin and the winning number was 7. This is the number from the first dozen. So we’ll bet 1 chip each on the second and third dozen. Let’s assume that in the next spin the winning number is 10. That means we lose. So we will raise our bet by 1 chip for each dozen, so now our bet is 4 chips.
Next, the number 22 won, which is one of the dozens we selected. It was the second dozen, so in the next game we bet on the 1st and 3rd dozen.
We keep the size of our bets and only change the placement of the chips. And so on until we reach our weekly winnings limit.
Always try to set it in advance and stick to it throughout the game.