# Super Martingale

Here is a quick guide to the Super Martingale System, and in particular, how to play it on the roulette table. Just a quick warning before we start. please bear in mind that this system is very aggressive, and thus high risk. It is a variant of the Martingale System which is in itself a risky strategy.There is an even riskier variant called the Triple Martingale, by the way, which just goes to show that some players just can't seem to get enough adrenaline rush.

The Super Martingale is a Negative Progression System (you increase your bets after a loss to claw back losses). If you are risk averse, don't play this! You would be better off with a lower risk strategy like the Piquemouche System.

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The Super Martingale: Turbo Mode Progression
This is a turbo boosted version of the Martingale system, (some people call this system the Grand Martingale). Here's how it differs from the standard Martingale which you may be familiar with, if you have been reading our free roulette systems section. After a loss in the Martingale, you double your bets until you win, at which point you revert to your initial bet. One of the frequent gripes from players who employ this strategy is that your bets ramp up fast, and you only end up covering your losses and making a profit equal to your first bet when you do win. So if you experience a sequence of losses in a row, you might end of betting £256 or even more, just to win £1 overall, which doesn't seem to be a very sensible return.

In the Super Martingale, you also double your bet after a loss, but then you add a unit for good measure.

Let's compare the betting profiles for the Martingale and the Super Martingale, assuming that we started betting with £1.

Martingale
1 - 2 - 4 - 8 - 16 - 32 - 64 - 128 - 256 - 512 etc

Super Martingale
1 – 3 – 7 – 15 – 31 – 63 – 127 – 255 – 511

You can see that in the Martigale, we hit £500 after 9 losses in a row, and the Super Martingale after 7 losses in a row.
This is important information to know, as what this means is that you are going to hit the table limits quicker with the Super Martingale than you are with the Martingale- you have less room to soak up sequential losses before yu are unable to cover them by increasing your bet. On the other hand, your profit is going to be higher with the Super Martingale if you do eventually win (as long as it happens before you hit the table limits).

Just like in the Martingale, you stop increasing your bets when you win and then you revert to your initial bet (£1 in this case).

Similar to the Martingale, most players will use this on the even money bets. As a general rule of thumb, the riskier the system, the less riskier bets you should play.

To be honest, we'd only recommend playing this system in very short bursts. Remember, at some point your luck WILL run out, and you will be unable to cover your losses. And you will find yourself in the situation where ou are betting large sums for a small payback. This is not advisable.

Where to Play The Super Martingale System
If yu want to test this system out, we'd recommend playing it with some free bets to begin with. Like Casino UK Roulette, for example, where you can claim a £3000 free bets offere (with 1 hour free). Then at least you aren't risking your own money whil eyou get to grips with the system.

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