The 9 best winning Roulette Systems.

roulette system players relaxing after a win
Roulette system players relaxing after a big win.

What is a roulette system?
Theoreticallya roulette system or strategy, in order to be considered complete, consists of a bet selection and a money management plan. However in everyday communication system is any good idea, with specific rules about how to attack roulette.

The web is flooded with systems. Bad, super complicated, poorly described or naive systems. Random strategies without even a hint at an explanation of the underlining idea. Before studying a roulette system ask yourself: WHY is this supposed to work? What kind of physical or mathematical or probabilistic or empirical insight does it take advantage of? What is the logic behind it? Before spending your precious time ask yourself WHY?

Here you will find a great collection of strategies that range from classic and well known progressions like the Martingale to almost unknown systems like the Hollandish, to completely original ideas like the Kavouras Bet, to very esoteric approaches like Positional roulette. Simply put, the best 9 roulette systems.

Do not see these systems as ready made recipes to riches. Read them carefully, understand the ideas they are based on, then try to modify them, try to build on them, adapt them to your personal style and requirements. Above anything else, this is food for thought and inspiration for ingenuity. Because nothing beats the feeling of beating roulette with YOUR system. You see, for some of us roulette is not only about the money. It is maybe more about facing an incredible intellectual challenge. A way to show your worth – first of all to yourself.


The Kavouras bet
A truly original, unknown, winning roulette strategy based on a unique bet selection and progression. Approaching the chaotic roulette events with an equally chaotic selection of numbers. Exclusively available on Roulette 30. This is the system we are famous for.

Tier et Tout
… a la Boule De Neige. The famous Thomas Garcia positive progression that beat the casino. It can be an extremely effective weapon against the casino. Profits raise really fast as long as we don’t encounter two consecutive losses.

Labouchere strategy
Also called Split Martingale, Cancellation System, American Cancellation, American Progression and Montante Américaine.
Complete description of how to play the Labouchere strategy and many interesting variations of it, from reverse Labouchere to split Labouchere and much more. One of our most complete and intriguing articles.

The Hollandish
Exclusively available on Roulette 30. A truly great, little known idea. This is an increase when you lose progression with a very interesting twist, as we divide our spins and calculate our bets in very innovative way.

Oscar’s Grind / Pluscoup
One of the greatest roulette systems of all time. Full description and analysis. This is a mix. It is neither a positive nor a negative progression. We stay low when we lose and try to hit hard when a winning streak seems to appear.

4 Pillars System
This is my new (as of 2016) bet selection. It based on the corner bet: 14-15-17-18. One of the main properties of this approach is to cover the neighboring  numbers of the main 4 numbers with minimal bankroll.

The Martingale
The most famous roulette system of all. The Martingale is overvalued by novices and undervalued by “experts”. No one really understands its true value”. A really deep analysis of this “beginner” system. Still there is alot to learn from this article. Everything that wikipedia fails to tell you.

Paroli progression (Parlay)
A very simple yet effective approach. Reinvest your winnings. One of my favorites. A very detailed article where we compare it to the Martingale and look deeply at the advantages, the disadvantages and the variations.

Reversed Labouchere with Stop Loss
Yet another variation of the Labouchere. A detailed description of a system created by Mr. Oops some years ago. The stop loss idea is very interesting and may be applied to other systems.

D’Alembert and Reverse d’Alembert
This is a classic roulette progression and maybe you are familiar with it. It was created by a famous mathematician who defended the gambler’s fallacy. We offer an in-depth description, including different scenarios and variations that is still worth reading, even if you know the rules already.

Positional roulette
Jack Kennedy’s roulette system explained (?) with images, examples and long excerpts from his book “Square Ro-Let”. We try to simplify this “mystical” strategy as much as possible, though the author claims than only by experience can you really master it. It has attracted some interest a few years ago.

Stay strong 😉