Reverse Martingale (Paroli) Roulette System

The opposite version of the Martingale roulette system is the reverse Martingale roulette system. The former is called negative progression because you double up your bets with every loss till the point you win, while the latter is called a positive progression system in which you double up your bets with every win till you lose.

First and foremost, it’s important to remember that the Martingale strategy can be used anywhere on the table as long as you stick to the correct mathematical progression. In comparison to the Martingale, the reverse Martingale system cannot be used all over the roulette table because you are placing bets on repeaters. That is the same part of the roulette table coming up a couple of times. Therefore, rarely you will get a couple of splits, lines etc. in a row. The best thing to do is to stay with the even chance bets and these are red/black, odd/even and 1-18/19-36. The following is the progression you should use:

Reverse Martingale
1 – 2 – 4 – 8 – 16 – 32 – 64 – 128 – 256 – 512 – 1024 – 2048 – 4096 – 8192

The best way to describe how this system works is to imagine a certain satiation. Let’s say you start by betting $1 on red. If it wins, your next bet would be $2 on red. If this wins, you bet $4 and so on. If your next hand losses, then you go back to the original bet. In our case it is $1. The goal of this strategy is to double up your wins and prolong your winning run. However, you should eventually end the progression at some point and walk away with your winnings. Whether or not you will walk away after 5, 6 or 7 consecutive colors, it is totally up to you.

Still you should set up a limit and stick to it. Don’t get greedy by thinking “one more and I will stop playing”, because, eventually, it may cost you more.

Important Things To Remember And Do

While using the reverse Martingale roulette system, it is recommended that you wait first till the color you want to bet comes up. For example, if you want to bet on black, wait till black comes up and then place your bet. The reason behind this is that if there is a streak of reds and you place your bet, you are going to keep losing. However, this is simply an opinion, but it’s worth trying it out.

Another important thing to have in mind is that you are losing one every time you don’t reach to your end point in the sequence. The best way to explain this is with an example.

Let’s imagine that the point when you will walk away is after 7 blacks in a row. Once black comes up, you place your starting bet on black. If you hit five blacks in a row and then you lose on the final bet, the following is what you would get:

1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 = 31

As you can see, your next bet was 35, but because you lost that spin you also lost 1 throughout the sequence. Because of this fact, you would end up getting more losses that wins and this may soon become too costly for you.

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