Reverse Martingale

Watch the video below which explains the Reverse Martingale Roulette system: a positive progression system, in which you increase your bets after a win to try and accelerate your profits during a winning streak (like the Reverse Fibonacci). So, the opposite to negative progressions like the Martingale and Labouchere Roulette where you increase your bets after a loss. Many systems are played in the opposite direction (the Labby has a positive variant called the Reverse Labouchere for example).
Please read the notes at the bottom of the video.


Quick Guide to the Reverse Martingale:

  1. Keep your bets the same after a loss (flat bet).
  2. Double your bet after a win, and fall back to your initial bet once you lose.
  3. You can switch around what you bet on (red/black, even/odd etc) or continue with the same bet- the odds are the same.
  4. Most often played on the "even-money" bets.
  5. Don't be greedy keep it short. You must decide on how many wins in a row you are going to go for before you start, and then fall back to your original bet in the next run.
  6. Have a clearly defines profit target and stop loss before you start. DON'T go over them
  7. You can play this on any bet, but it is most often used on the lower risk even money bets (red/black etc).

You can choose how aggressive to go on these kinds of Positive Progression systems where you increase your bets after a win. The famous James Bond roulette bet (actually played in real life by actor Sean Connery) involves making single number bets and letting the winnings ride for 2 additional spins. In Connery's case, he bet on 17 and won 3 times in a row, leaving his winning on the table after the 1st and second win. That takes courage! But then, you are playing with the casino's money, in a sense, or rather your winnings.

Pros

  • Easy to understand
  • You are betting with your previous winnings- relatively low risk
  • Can work in short bursts
  • Flexible. You can play it on any bets

Cons

  • If you lose one bet, it wiped out all of your previous winnings, so make sure you have a plan for the number of wins in a row you think you can achieve and stick to it.
  • The Reverse Martingale does not reduce the overall house edge: 2.6% in European Roulette.
  • If you hit a losing streak, you'll need to win more times in a row (and stop while you are ahead) to cover previous losses.

Please play this system responsibly. Test it out on one of our free roulette games first- that goes with all of the systems we feauture here, especially the higher risk systems such as the Super Martingale.

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