The D’Alembert System in Roulette
Roulette is a game that many people like to use to try out betting
systems. One of the most well known systems for roulette is the
D’Alembert system. Let’s take a look at this system
and how it can work when playing online roulette.
The D’Alembert system is used when making even money bets
in roulette on Red/Black, Odd/Even or High/Low. The idea with the
system is to increase your bets after a loss and pull back after
a win. You start the system be deciding upon the size of your bet.
For example, let’s say you are playing online roulette and
decide to play for $10 per wager. Your first bet is for $10 and
if you lose you increase your bet to $11 for the next bet. If that
bet wins you are up $1. Let’s say that first bet wins for
$10. You then make the next bet for $9. Let’s say you went
loss, win, win, loss, loss, loss, loss, win, win and win in your
ten spins playing red. You would have five wins and five losses
but with this system you would be on the plus side as your losses
would have been $52 but your wins would total $57.
The D’Alembert system is just like any other system in that
it can do well or it can do poorly. The house edge is still over
5% in roulette and no system can overcome those odds in the long
run. The D’Alembert system is one that can keep you in the
game longer though as you look to hit a big winning streak.
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