This roulette strategy delivers incredibly fast results. It hinges on exponentially increasing your roulette bets directly proportional to the win probability.

The new strategy addresses a common concern with existing betting systems like D’Alembert and Martingale: the long-term risk of encountering a loss that wipes out your gains. This new approach boasts a 99.41% safety net, ensuring high short-term returns. In the video the guy doubled their starting budget of $781 in 25 minutes.

## How Does this Roulette Strategy Work?

Right off the bat, we must mention that this roulette strategy borrows a big leaf from the Martingale system playbook. First, like Martingale, it works best on even-money outer roulette bets with near 50-50 odds – think **red** or **black**, odd or even, high or low. Both are also geared towards recouping your losses (and making a profit) when you land a win.

**Unlike Martingale**, in which you have to double your next bet after losing, this strategy exponentially increases your wager after a loss. Assuming you’re settled on the colour bet, the betting sequence after a loss is simple: Red, Black, Red, Red, Black, Black, Red, Black, **and so forth**.

Let’s consider an example in which you choose Red as your starting bet and $1 as your unit wager:

- Start with a $1 Bet on
**Red** - If you lose, bet $5 on
**Black**. Otherwise, if you win,**return to Red**and default $1 wager. - If you lose again, bet $25 on
**Red**. Otherwise,**circle back to Red**and make a $1 bet if you win. - If you lose once again, wager $50 on
**Red**. Otherwise, start over if you win. - If you lose once more, bet $100 on
**Black**. A win means you go back to $1 on Red. - Another loss means you increase your next bet to $200 on
**Black**. - If you encounter another a 6th loss, bet $400 on
**Red** - If you lose again the 7th time, wager $800 on
**Black**

Technically, if you ultimately win again, you can recoup any of your previous losses and make a profit. All bets from the second in the sequence onwards will make you a decent profit of $19. You can think of it as a supercharged form of Martingale. In a test run by the guy in the video, the strategy helped double a starting budget of $781 in less than half an hour. He also was able to quadruple his capital four times.

The icing on the cake is that this strategy has a statistical win rate of over 99% and offers high short-term gains. The win probability boils down to your initial bankroll or starting capital.

We recommend a standard budget of $781 that guarantees a win rate a little shy of 99.5%. If you double down to a $1581 bankroll, you can rest assured of a return to player percentage (RTP) of 99.74%. s.

Take a look at the table below for the strategy in betting action:

Spin # |
Bet |
Stake |
Profit for Win |
Win Rate |

1 | Red | $1 | $1 | |

2 | Black | $5 | $4 | |

3 | Red | $25 | $19 | |

4 | Red | $50 | $19 | |

5 | Black | $100 | $19 | |

6 | Black | $200 | $19 | 99.01% with a budget of $381 |

7 | Red | $400 | $19 | 99.49% with a budget of $781 |

8 | Black | $800 | $19 | 99.74% with a budget of $1581 |

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## Math or Logic Behind the Roulette Strategy

When betting on red or black in roulette, the probability of winning on any given spin is 18/37, or 48.65%. This assumes a fair wheel with one zero slot. This means the probability of losing on a single spin is 51.35%.

For eight consecutive spins, the probability of losing all eight spins can be calculated by raising the single-spin losing probability to the 8th power:

- (0.5135)^8 = 0.0086 = 0.86%

This represents the probability of losing 8 spins in a row. To calculate the probability of winning at least once in 8 spins, we take 1 minus this number:

- 1 – 0.0086 = 0.9914 = 99.14%

Therefore, with a fair roulette wheel with a single-zero slot, your chance of winning at least one out of 8 consecutive red/black bets is 99.14%. That’s where the magic of this strategy lies.

**Tips for Using this Roulette Strategy**

**– Focus on Even-Money Bets**

It pays to focus on even-money bets to make the most of this roulette strategy. These are usually outside roulette wagers, with red/black being the most common choice. Of course, it does a bang-up job on odd/even or 1-18/19-36. Just think of odd as red and even as black in the sequence we explained above. The bets pay out at 1 to 1 and have odds close to 50-50, meaning they are safe and easy to place.

**– Get your Budget Right**

Several tries have shown that this roulette strategy delivers good results when your budget is $781 or higher. However, it can do equally well on a $381 budget. The rule of thumb is to ensure your budget is not less than $200.

**– Choose a Rapid-Play Roulette Game**

Top online casinos offer rapid roulette versions. The trick is to stick with single-zero versions like European Roulette or French Roulette. They often have a lower house edge, and the win rate will be pretty much close to 100% with this strategy.