Full Wheel Roulette System

Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010

There are many systems available for the Roulette Bettor. I will write about a few of them - but with this warning: Few games in the Casino have worse odds than Roulette. Played for a long period of time, Roulette will break you. However, it can be a successful betting opportunity if you keep it to a short period of time.

That being said, this system is hot. You could argue that you'll have nearly one-third of the wheel covered with only 5 units bet.

The system calls for bets on 10 numbers. These numbers are spread evenly throughout the Roulette wheel, and use just 5 chips. The idea behind this system is that all parts of the wheel are covered. It doesn?t matter what part of the wheel hits. We have 10 chances in 37 (or 38 in the case of an American (00) wheel) of getting a hit.

Place your bets as follows:

? 1 chip on the sixline 31 - 36 (which covers all of the numbers 31 to 36 inclusive, and pays 5 - 1)

? 1 chip straight up on each of numbers 5,8,21,29 (European Single Zero wheel which pays 35 - 1)


? 1 chip straight up on each of numbers 11,12,27,28 (American 00 wheel, also pays 35 - 1)

By placing your bets this way, the maximum number of spaces between the numbers covered is 3, and the minimum number of spaces between the numbers covered is 2 (for both the single zero wheel and the double zero wheels).

To see what I mean, you can look at a roulette wheel and look at the numbers covered:

(5,8,21,29,31,32,33,34,35,36 for a European single zero wheel


11,12,27,28,31,32,33,34,35,36 for an American double zero wheel).

If one of the straight up numbers wins, you get a profit of 31 units (35 - 4). If one of the numbers in the sixline wins, you will get a profit of 4 units (5 - 1). If none of your numbers win you will lose 5 units. The size of your units should be whatever you are comfortable with. Start small and work up to higher value units from your winnings.

If a sixline number wins, add a unit won to the next bet on the sixline making a two unit bet on the sixline in the next spin and one unit on each of the 4 straight up numbers.

After a win on one of the four straight up bets, add an extra unit to each of the bets in the next spin (including the sixline bet), making a total bet of 10 units after a straight up win.

Keep adding one unit to all of the bets after a straight up win, and only add one unit to the sixline bet after a win on the sixline bet.

Drop back to a single unit bet on each of the 5 bets after any loss.

Betting this way, you take advantage of winning streaks and you drop back to a minimum bet on losing streaks.

If you get a good winning streak you will make a killing.

Keep betting at the same table while you are on a winning streak. Change tables when you start losing, or quit for the day.

You should have a stop loss point. That is, you should stop betting on a table (or even quit for the day) and cash in your chips once your losses get past a predetermined stop loss point. Decide on your stop loss point before you start playing.

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