Reverse Fibonacci Roulette system

How to win at roulette

A number of roulette systems have a reverse, meaning that they can be used two different ways. A positive system where you increase after winning’s reverse will have you increase after losing, while the reverse of a negative progression system requires you to increase after winning rather than losing.

The Fibonacci Roulette system is an example of a roulette strategy that has a reverse. Normally, this system is played by increasing your bet when you lose. You can read a full description of what it is and how it works, but we’ll give you a quick explanation of the traditional system before we get started.

The Traditional Fibonacci Roulette Method

With the traditional Fibonacci Roulette method, you increase your bets using what’s known as the Fibonacci sequence. Originally developed by biologists, this system works by taking the sum of the two preceding numbers in a sequence to get the next number. The sequence is

1 x 1 x 2 x 3 x 5 x 8 x 13 x 21 x 34 x 55 x 89 x 144 x 233 x 377 x 610

When using the Fibonacci Roulette method, you bet on any of the outside even chances: highs, lows, reds, blacks, evens or odds (read more about outside bets here). You then place bets according to the numbers, moving down the sequence as you lose. When you win, you scratch off two numbers and continue until you have eliminated all of the numbers. In this way, losses take one step forward and wins take two steps back.

About the Reverse Fibonacci Roulette Method

Reverse-Fibonacci-RouletteThe Fibonacci Roulette Method uses the same sequence of numbers, only you will increase your bet and move up the sequence one step when you win and then move back two steps when you lose. The reason for doing this is to maximize the profitability of winning streaks. Let’s take a look at an example.

  1. You wager 1 unit and win. You write 1 on your paper.
  1. You wager a 1 plus 0 or 1 unit and win. Your paper now says 1 1.
  1. You wager 1 plus 1 or 2 units and win. Your paper now says 1 1 2.
  1. You wager 1 plus 2 or 3 units and lose. You scratch off the 1 2 and your paper now says 1.
  1. You wager a 1 plus 0 or 1 unit and win. Your paper now says 1 1.
  1. You wager 1 plus 1 or 2 units and win. Your paper now says 1 1 2.
  1. You wager 1 plus 2 or 3 units and win. Your paper now says 1 1 2 3.
  1. You wager 2 plus 3 or 5 units and lose. You scratch off the 2 and the 3. Your paper now says 1 1.
  1. You wager 1 plus 1 or 2 units and lose. You scratch off both numbers and start again.
  1. You wager 1 unit and win. You write 1 on your paper.

With this example, you have won seven times and lost 3 times, but you have only won once. This clearly illustrates the problem with this system. If you don’t hit a big winning streak with the Reverse Fibonacci Roulette Method, you just can’t make a lot of money with the system without spending hours at the table. Also, a very big losing streak can be difficult to come back from, and it can be difficult to track how much you’ve actually lost.

If you do end up with a big streak, you can make a lot of money in a short amount of time. It’s important to have a goal in mind, so that you can quit while you’re ahead. Another great tip when using this system, is to only play with a set amount of money, so that you don’t end up losing more than you can afford with your budget. If you are interested in knowing other ways to beat the roulette, please take a look at our article “How to win at roulette”.