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Play the winning side and you will catch any streak of wins. Basically you make a bet and if you win you re-invest the winnings on the next bet. If lose, advance one step. This means you can lose five times, and with one win get your money back bigkahnman aol. James T Mays. If you win again you bet on the next two remaining numbers 3 and 4, and if you win that too, you would have made a 'coup' or completed one game. When you lose a one unit bet replace it with only one unit the first go. The Martingale system is a very old and extremely simple system. You're now ahead by two checks 28 checks total. The negative side of this system is that you could end up betting large sums of money even if your initial bet is small. It is based on the probability of losing infinite times in a row and is usually applied to 'even money' bets. If it wins add two more units, making it a total of six units for your fourth bet. However, you will need to plan a betting procedure whereby you know how far you will let the bet build before you take it down to the initial starting bet and how much to raise after each win. If this bet is won, parlay it and wager both bet and win, or two units. If you win the second bet, there are 6 units on the table. You start with one bet. System betting means you're using a specific strategy in trying to be a winner. That is not to say systems can't work beautifully in the short term. In its simplest form, you write down a series or a set of numbers; say, 1 2 3 4 5 6. The sequence and amount raised or lowered can be varied to suit particular games and odds. Try the Knockdown instead. If win again, start progression over. You still always win except on the second bet where you break even. Pyramiding is a parlay wager whereby the original wager plus its winnings are played on successive wagers. Seasoned players know this is a sure way to leave the table broke and with an attitude. The choice of a particular series depends on the type of game you want to apply it to and the odds of the bet. Good Luck! If you lose the second bet five out of six times and win four consecutive bets once, you'll be right back to even. Although infallible in theory, the Martingale system requires a large bankroll, has a very low return and is a very risky one because of the maximum bet limits imposed by the casinos. This method of play is by no means risk free, but it offers the least amount of risk of all wagers since the player is only concerned with either a win, place or show selection or a combination of the three. It is one of the oldest methods of wagering and was originally derived from the same premise that banking systems use to compound interest. You start with one bet and you increase your bet when you win rather than when you lose. If you lose, you double your bet. If you win the first three bets but lose the fourth bet, you'll break even. In this example 1 and 6, which totals 7 units. It lets the profit run and cuts short the losses. If you work it out, you will see that when the series is completed or when you make a 'coup', there is always a profit. The first bet is one unit, if you win, add another unit, making the second bet a total of three units. If you won the first bet but lost the second 2 and 5, then the series of numbers would look like this: 2 3 4 5 7. Fibonacci progression 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55, etc. Take your three extra checks and place them in the back lock up chip rack and start over again with one check. Tony R Frank www. You can make a nice profit with a minimal investment. Find it here: directory, online casinos, free-play games, news, and much more. You have a total of nine opportunities consecutive before you limit your losses.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} If you win the second, but lose the third bet, you have a profit of two units. Then your progression will be , etc. There are many variations. Unknown contributor. In this instance 2 and 5. Start over again with a one check bet. Casino games and sports. This will work on Craps, Roulette, Baccarat. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Have your system added to the list by e-mailing me at starchip live. Now if you are favored with a second win, you will of course be ahead. If you run out of money or reach the house limit, you can lose a lot with no chance to recover your losses. It is based on the premise that you can win four times in a row. Martingale System. If you lose, then you add that one number to the end of the series. However, in the long-run, the odds favor the casino and no system can change that fact. It is commonly used in horse racing betting. You 'let it ride'. You bet the first and last of these numbers. The series can be short or long and not necessarily sequential such as 1 1 1 3 3 5 7. If the fourth bet wins you'll collect a total of 12 units, of which ten units are profit! Eventually you are bound to win. Use this system for even-money betting at any game. BTW, in the fibonacci you don't need 2 wins in row to begin again WLW also gives you a win on the series. Over time this practice can improve most systems by several percentage points. Learn how to win. Your initial bet is 1 unit, the second 3 units, the third 2 units and the fourth 6 units. For all even-money betting. This obviously depends on the type of game played and the odds of the bet. If you win, you cross out the two numbers and bet the next two 'ends' the outside numbers. When you win you would recover all your lost bets plus one unit or chip profit against your initial wager. If you win, you start again with one bet. Assuming you win the first, but lose the second bet, your net loss is two units. This is the heart of the system: one MUST back bet or parley the win. Remove four units, making your third bet two units. A betting method to apply to all systems. Think about it. For each win, make the same bet again. Betting progression is as follows: 1,1,1,2,2,3,4,5,7 26 checks total. The advantage of this system is that you do not require a large bankroll. Bets are raised one unit after each losing bet and lowered one unit after each winning bet. At the fourth level, a loss leaves you breaking even. Each time you lose, you double your last lost bet. Basic idea is to get two wins in a row. What makes the 1 - 3 - 2 - 6 System attractive is that you risk only two betting units for a chance to win ten units. Then you start all over again. We long time players know how to appreciate being even. Where each number is a sum of the previous two numbers. Thank you. If you lose the first bet, the loss is one unit. Each number represents the amount in units or chips to bet. We all have losing bets and when we lose we want to recoup that money. Some try the Martingale. For each loss, step up one in the progression.