Fibonacci Roulette Strategy
A tricky strategy based on a mathematical sequence that you might recognize from the Da Vinci Code! Luckily, you don’t have to be a descendant of Christ to pull this one off.
There are quite a few roulette strategies that require some basic maths, but the Fibonacci system demands quite a bit of quick arithmetic, so it’s advised that you have a pen and paper handy while you play.
When you lose, your next bet will be based on your previous two bets. The first two bets will always count as 0 units and 1 unit (you don’t actually make these bets, they’re just there to give you a starting point).
Here’s how the progression goes:
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144…
As you can see, each number is the sum of the two previous numbers (0+1=1, 1+1=2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5 etc.).
View this tutorial video for using the Fibonacci system, or read below for an in-depth guide for implementing the strategy. All of our roulette tutorials are available on Youtube, so make sure you subscribe to our channel.
How To Use The Fibonacci System
- Decide how much 1 unit will be. Make sure you keep this affordably low as you’ll only be raising this limit.
- When you win, take two steps back in the sequence (no lower than 1 unit).
- When you lose, add the previous two numbers in the sequence to create your next bet.
Unfortunately, you’ll never really make much of a profit with this system as the Fibonacci strategy requires you to get more than one win to break even. Here’s an example of the Fibonacci system in action:
- Place 1 unit and lose (-1)
- Place 2 units and lose (-3)
- Place 3 units and lose (-6)
- Place 5 units and lose (-11)
- Place 8 units and win (-3)
- Place 3 units and win (0)
Even though it only took two wins to return your losses, you’re essentially put back to square one.
- Controls your bets in a unique manner.
- Allows you to quickly reclaim losses.
- Sustains fun, casual play with minimal risk if you have a big enough bankroll.
- You’ll very rarely see much of a profit.
- There’s no insurance when you’re on a losing streak.
- Demands a larger bank-roll than most other strategies.