Having said that there is no 100 percent safe and guaranteed way to win at french roulette, there are, however, tricks that can increase the odds of winning in the short term and decrease the odds of losing in the long run, minimizing the mathematical advantage. Of the counter. Let's see what are the most common strategies the first interesting strategy is the dozen system . The roulette numbers are divided into 3 different dozen, each of which is made up of 12 wheel numbers arranged on the green table.
This method uses the 3 groupings to develop winning game dynamics: you choose, in detail, 2 of these 3 dozen, placing your bet on each of them; the stake amount is indifferent, but must be the same for both dozen. In case of victory, the same bet is repeated; if you lose, you increase your stake instead, progressively doubling it. In the game of roulette, mathematics can be an ally, and it is possible to apply the Fibonacci system, born from the Fibonacci succession , namesake of the great mathematician.
This system is based on a series of numbers in sequence, where each number, except 1 and 0, is the sum of the previous 2 example 2 = 1 + 1; 3 = 2 + 1; 5 = 2 + 3; 8 = 3 + 5; 13 = 5 + 8 etc. This system, applied to the game of roulette , provides that in case of defeat you have to increase the amount of the bet following the following number in sequence, while in case of victory you have to exclude the last two bets. If you want to follow this method it is recommended to bet on bets such as red / black, odd / even and numbers from 19 to 36.
Like the Fibonacci system, the Labouchere method is also based on a numerical sequence 1-2-3-4-5 that indicates the value to be given to the bets: assuming that the initial value of the bet is € 10, the sequence will be 10 € -20 € -30 € -40 € -50 €. The bet must not be placed on dry numbers, but on red / black or on even / odd: if you win, the same bet is repeated with the same starting value; if, on the other hand, you lose, the second bet must be equal to the second number of the Labouchere sequence. You continue like this, always betting on the same box, but varying the value: when you win, you go back to the first value of the system and start over. Even in the game of french roulette the parolì peeps out, a widely practiced strategy as it is easy to apply and does not involve major commitments from an economic point of view.