An introduction to the Fibonacci betting system
Another roulette strategy that is popular and helps some players make big cash is the Fibonacci betting system. This requires a little more math than the Martingale system, and the Fibonacci system in general is more mathematical based than gambling. Over the years, it has evolved into a roulette strategy. Let’s have a look at exactly what it involves so you can give it a try!
What is it all about?
Just like the Martingale system, you have trustee Fibonacci system on roulette where you have a 50-50 chance of winning. This means odd and even, red and black and finally, 1-18 and 19-36. The Fibonacci sequence is the sum of the previous two numbers. If you were to use 1 and 1, the next number would be 2 because 1 plus 1 is 2. The next number would be 3 followed by 5, 8, 13, 21 and so on.
When playing roulette every “1” should represent £10. Every time your colour comes in, you would move to the opposite color but step back 2 numbers. Every time your colour does not come in, you would move up the next number on the sequence. This can be a little confusing to get the hang of but when you do, it’s going to be effective. I recommend writing down the amounts you need to bet before you start playing so you don’t lose track of the sequence.
Just like the Martingale system, the Fibonacci betting system is one that is proven to work most of the time. It will not work all the time of course because luck has a big part to play in gambling. If you enjoy using maths and you think this system could work for you, ensure you have a decent bankroll and you are ready to go!