The Fibonacci system is the safest betting system in roulette. It is used on the colors, the numbers 1 to 18 or 19 to 36, and the even or odd numbers. So the simple opportunities. But it is actually not a strategy for roulette, but a simple, mathematical theory. However, if you follow this theory exactly, you can still make a profit if you lose more than you win. Again, you have to track the system closely. It starts with creating your own line of action. This starts with the smallest bet you want to make and develop from there. To get the next number, just add the two previous numbers. If you start with 1, you get the following line:

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

Of course, you can start with a number other than 1. However, the higher you start, the higher you get. A positive thing about this system, compared to the Martingale strategy, is that the deployment increases much more slowly. So far, so good. However, if you calculate now, you will quickly recognize something. If you place the first 1, you can win 1. If you are in the second 1, you only get 0. After that, you make a loss that is constantly increasing.

The system still pays off. You just have to take another step. Whenever you win, you no longer start at the first position, but you only jump back 2 positions. If you have reached position 6, in our example the 8, and wins, then you next position 4, here the 3. You always have to jump back two positions. If you win in the second position, you have to jump back to the first. This is the only way the bill works. Then you make a profit even if you lose 12 times and win 7 times.

Of course, the Fibonacci system cannot guarantee 100 percent success. It only increases the likelihood of success. So you have to set a loss limit.

  1. The Roulette Paroli System

The Roulette Paroli system is the inverse of the Martingale system. At Martingale, you double your bet whenever you lose. With the Paroli system, you double when you win. You bet on all simple chances, i.e., the colors, the numbers 1 to 18 or 19 to 36, or the even and odd numbers.

If you place a bet on one of these bets and win, you double. For a player who starts with 1 coin, a winning streak can look something like this:

        1 – 2 – 4 – 8 – 16 – 32 – 64 – 128 – 256 – 512 – 1024 – 2048 – 4096 – 8192

So whoever wins 14 times in a row will theoretically go home with 8192 coins. However, you have to be careful when using this system. You only risk 1 coin – that is the real, own bet that you make in the first round. But you have to have a profit target and follow it exactly. If the target sum is reached, then you stop. If you get too greedy and still add around, you will quickly end up with a loss! The law of the table also applies here. When the limit is reached, it’s over, but this variant from the wide field of known roulette strategies has an advantage: You risk your profit, not your budget.