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so lets start here Gambler's fallacy

NOW SOME STRATEGYS

__Martingale Strategy__Martingale (betting system) (wikki)

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In a martingale system you progressively increase your bets during a losing streak. When you do win a bet the profit will cover all previous losses accumulated during the streak and give a profit of the original amount you were going for. This is the classic roulette system of doubling down on red until a red comes up.

for example on 50% win rate

bet 10 on loss double to 20 and keep doubling untill win.

**Advantages**

· It’s easy to implement

· Earn short-term profit

· You have control over the amount of money being wagered

**Disadvantages**

· If you hit table limits, you won’t be able to double your bet after you lose, and the chance to win back your losses is gone

· The risks are higher than the rewards

· You need a large bankroll in order to guarantee success

**notable variations**

Variation: Martingail to break even

Variation: Martingail to break even

Instead of starting off your bet progression staking 1, 2, 4, 8 etcetera make it 1, 1, 2, 4, 8 etcetera. This means if your first bet wins you win 1, if any subsequent bet wins you break even but your stakes increases slower and you can withstand a losing streak one loss longer.

**The Mini Martingale**

With this variation, you limit the amount of times you double up. The idea is that this will prevent the stakes getting ridiculously high. While it does that, it also means that you are more likely to experience a losing streak where you don’t manage to get a win. You’ll lose your money more slowly with this variation, but you will still lose money unless you get an amazing amount of luck.

**The Anti-Martingale**

The Anti-Martingale is also known as the Reverse Martingale, and it basically turns the system around. Rather than doubling up after losses, you double up after wins. The idea here is that you can win decent amounts if you go on a winning streak. Of course, you have to stop at some point or you will end up giving back all your profits with one loss. This is a safer option than the original system but still offers no guarantee of winning.

**The Grand Martingale**

This variation sets out to overcome one of the problems with the original system, that the rewards are too low for the risk involved. Rather than simply doubling up after a loss, you double your stake and also add an additional unit. This way, you’ll win more than a single base unit on any sequence that ends with a win. This doesn’t overcome the main problem though, of the stakes getting too at some point. It makes the problem worse in fact, as you are increasing your stakes a faster rate.

__D’Alembert Strategy__This dice strategy is almost the same with the Martingale Strategy except here, you do not double your bet when you lose but rather just increase the amount of your bet by 1x on your next roll. And when you win, you don’t reduce your bet by half but rather by one also.

D’Alembert Strategy

**Advantages**

· Less risky than the Martingale strategy

· Allows for a more structured betting system to implement in your game

**Disadvantages**

· Players may not win back all losses in one round

· Possibility of not being able to recoup your losses at all

· Low risk betting strategy means potential winnings are low compared to other strategies

__The Paroli Betting System__The object of the Paroli betting system is to obtain three consecutive wins in a row, while doubling the wager with each win. To begin the progression, a single unit is wagered on an even money outcome, such as betting on Black at the roulette table. If the wager loses, one unit will be bet again. The player will continue “flat betting” in this way, never varying the amount bet, until the wager wins. Then, following a win, the player will bet two units. If this bet loses, the player will return to wagering one unit. However, if the two-unit bet wins, the next wager will be doubled again to four units—the final bet of the progression, win or lose. The wager will result in either a net loss of one unit or a profit of seven units and a new progression begins.

Paroli

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**Advantages**

· Ideal for low risk players as there is no need to make large, risky bets

· Allows players to take advantage of their winning streaks

· It does not require a large bankroll

**Disadvantages**

· You need to be on a winning streak to see returns

· Since winning streaks rarely last long, this method usually generates short term profit

How the Fibonacci Betting System Works

__The Fibonacci Betting System__How the Fibonacci Betting System Works

Although it’s not the simplest betting system you will find, you don’t have to be a genius in order to learn the rules and use it when you play. It seems counterintuitive to keep betting when you have just lost money, but the idea behind it is that as you keep wagering larger amounts despite a loss, you will eventually win back your last two losing bets, not the total sum of your losses like if you were to use the Martingale betting system.

You have to memorize or write down the Fibonacci sequence – a series of numbers that you need to know when you play, and then know the steps to take as you move through the sequence.

**Fibonacci Betting System Sequence**

The sequence works in a cumulative fashion, in that each number in the sequence is the sum of the two previous numbers in the sequence. Each number in the sequence represents a betting unit. In simple numbers, this is what the sequence would look like:

1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144.

__full guide to fibonacci system__

__The Labouchere System__The Labouchère system, also called the cancellation system or split martingale, is a gambling strategy used in roulette. The user of such a strategy decides before playing how much money they want to win, and writes down a list of positive numbers that sum to the predetermined amount. With each bet, the player stakes an amount equal to the sum of the first and last numbers on the list. If only one number remains, that number is the amount of the stake. If bet is successful, the two amounts are removed from the list. If the bet is unsuccessful, the amount lost is appended to the end of the list. This process continues until either the list is completely crossed out, at which point the desired amount of money has been won, or until the player runs out of money to wager.[1]

__Labouchère wikki__Labouchère guide

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