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Win roulette: the Romanosky secret strategy

Everyone is looking for a winning method, but roulette is one of the hardest games to beat consistently. There are however some rare approaches (bets or systems) that can increase your odds of winning considerably. According to some players this is one of the most easy to use strategies that can actually produce wins at the roulette tables. Please note that according to my experience and test the best roulette strategy is still the Kavouras Bet.

I will reveal to you a best-kept secret of roulette: the Romanosky group of bets – also called Romanofski or Romanowski. These bets are similar in logic, but they cover different numbers. Each bet covers 32 numbers and leaves 5 numbers out of the bet. It costs 8 chips to place the bet, each possible win offers 1 chip profit, 9 in total and in case of loss you lose 8 chips. The probability of winning is 86,5%.
There are 6 versions of the Romanosky bet selection:

Romanosky bet 1

– 3 units on dozens 2 and 3.
– 1 unit on corners 2-6 and 7-11.
Uncovered (losing) numbers: 0, 1, 4, 9, 12.
Cost: 8 chips
Profit on win: 1 chip
Probability of winning: 86%
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Romanosky bet 2

– 3 units on dozens 2 and 3.
– 1 unit on corners 1-5 and 8-12.
Uncovered (losing) numbers: 0, 3, 6, 7, 10.
Cost: 8 chips
Profit on win: 1 chip
Probability of winning: 86%
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Romanosky bet 3

– 3 units on dozens 1 and 3.
– 1 unit on corners 14-18 and 19-23.
Uncovered (losing) numbers: 0, 13, 16, 21, 24.
Cost: 8 chips
Profit on win: 1 chip
Probability of winning: 86%
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Romanosky bet 4

– 3 units on dozen 1 and 3
– 1 unit on corners 13-17 and 20-24
Uncovered (losing) numbers: 0, 15, 18, 19, 22.
Cost: 8 chips
Profit on win: 1 chip
Probability of winning: 86%
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Romanosky bet 5

– 3 units on dozens 1and 2
– 1 unit on corners 26-30 and 31-35
Uncovered (losing) numbers: 0, 25, 28, 33, 36.
Cost: 8 chips
Profit on win: 1 chip
Probability of winning: 86%
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Romanosky bet 6

– 3 units on dozens 1 and 2.
– 1 unit on corners 25-29 and 32-36.
Uncovered (losing) numbers: 0, 27, 30, 31, 34.
Cost: 8 chips
Profit on win: 1 chip
Probability of winning: 86%
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The Romanosky type of bet is a bet on two dozens and two corners (or quads). We cover 32 numbers and only lose with 5 numbers, which gives us a 86,5% chance to win one chip and 13,5% chance to lose 8 chips. This is a relatively safe and very well thought out set of bets.
One hidden feature of every Romanosky bet is that the middle column is always covered. No matter which version of the bet you play all 12 numbers of the middle column will produce a profit. Isn’t that great?

Great bet for novices

I can certainly recommend these bets to novices who would like a lot of excitement and many wins in their play at the roulette table. I would also recommend to always chose the Romanosky bet that won in the last spins. For example if you used bet number 1 and it lost then switch to another bet that would have won the last 5 to 10 spins. This is to take care of a possible repeat of the last numbers, because the repeat of the previous 5 to 10 numbers is a very common phenomenon. This way you increase your chances to win.

Winning tool for experienced players

But its high coverage of numbers, makes Romanosky bets a great winning system even for advanced players. So if you are an experienced player who is at the table looking more for profit than fun, I would recommend a slow negative, up as you lose progression. After each loss you bet add another multiple of your initial bet. For example after four losses you will be betting 4 times your initial bet. That is 4 times 8 equals 32 chips per spin. Whenever you are in profit you reset to the initial bet of 8 chips.

Bankroll and Stop Loss

The best roulette strategies are those with a smart stop loss. The correct stop loss is key for a successful Romanosky bet attack. Players with different experience levels and different bankrolls should have a stop loss that fits their own conditions, therefore we can not define a universal stop loss. Anyway here are two bits of advice:

  • Add your winnings to your bankroll. Do not take your wining, instead use them to increase your bankroll.
  • Each Romanosky bet needs initially 8 chips. With a progression this number can increase quickly. So the minimum Bankroll or stop-loss you should have are 100 units.

Try this system first with pen and paper. If your results are good and feel confident about, then you can try to use it with real money – money you can afford to lose. If you do win real money please consider making a donation to our site or share your experience in our forum. Good luck!

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