Reverse Fibonacci Roulette System

As we’ve said on other pages of this site, a lot of strategies have a “normal” version and then a “reverse” version. The normal Fibonacci is usually a negative progression, which means you have to increase your bets after a win, while the reverse is a positive progression, which means you increase your bets after a win.

This one here is reverse Fibonacci roulette system. It would be best briefly look back at the normal Fibonacci strategy; it will aid you in understanding the reverse system. Fibonacci is a numbers sequence made up by adding the two previous numbers to get the next.

Reverse Fibonacci
1 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 8 – 13 – 21 – 34 – 55 – 89 – 144 – 233 – 377 – 610

The normal Fibonacci is betting on even chance bets (red / black, odd / even and 1-18/19-36) and working your way through the sequence after losing. After winning, you need to move back two numbers.

So a loss means one step forward in the progression, a win means two steps back. You repeat this process until you get to the start of the sequence, at which point your profit will be 1.

Now On To The Reverse Fibonacci

So with the reverse Fibonacci you do the opposite, you move forward one step in the progression after a win and move back two steps after a loss. The idea is to ride a winning streak and get a profit. Here is an example of how you would bet using this strategy:

  • Bet 1 and win
  • Bet 1 and win
  • Bet 2 and win
  • Bet 3 and lose
  • Bet 1 and win
  • Bet 2 and win
  • Bet 3 and win
  • Bet 5 and lose
  • Bet 2 and lose
  • Bet 1 and win

When you look at the above numbers, things aren’t looking very good for this system. There were 7 wins and 3 losses but despite this, profit was only 1. Flat betting could get you better results in these circumstances.

This sytem most probably has the most flaws, all of which we’ve covered. It is flawed because you need way more wins than losses to come out on top, which is very unlikely in the long term of playing.

Then again, if you get 8 reds in a row and you’re betting on red, you will get a nice win. If you decide to use this strategy you should set yourself a point in the Fibonacci sequence where you will walk away and take the win.

Despite the number you select to walk away with the win, your profit will be that same number plus all previous numbers added together, under the condition that you received your winning number.

For example, if you chose to walk away at 13, your profit would be

1 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 8 + 13= 33

It doesn’t matter if there are losses in the middle, so long as you stick to the rule of one forward after a win, two back after a loss, the numbers will always add up. But remember, you will need more wins than losses for this system to be successful and this will only happen over the short term of play on a lucky day. It won’t happen over the long term.

Try this strategy at Vera & John.