Has anyone tried so called
Martingale system with
It's a system when you place
money on black or red and
after each loss double the
amount of money lost. Has
anyone tried this system with
online roulettes? Does it work? Please, only answer if
you tried it with real money.
No need for speculations.
Hi mate, yeah I tried this. I played for about an hour after putting in £20 and getting an extra £20 from the betting company (William Hill I think it was). I only played with £1 bets, never changing it.
I have to say it worked for a while but the more you play on, the more you risk getting that row of wrong spins that wipes you out. Also, the fact that I was betting only £1 at a time, meant I was only making £1 on each bet. So even if you end up doubling every loss to the point you've put £32 on a roll and then win, you'll only make £1 on the original total before your first loss, if that makes sense?
Also, if you're putting £1 bets on with a £40 bank the number of continous wrong rolls before you're wiped out is only 6. I found I sometimes came to within 4 or 5 and then luckily rolled a correct one but, like I said, I played for about an hour and made around £15 on top of my total and should really have stopped there but I played that one roll too many haha and lost it all!!
If you were going to do it I would suggest playing maybe 50p - £1 at a time and then quitting once you made £5. Don't get tempted to just keep spinning and spinning because you never know when the odds will tumble against you.
I don't think I'd ever try it again but I'm glad I did. Good luck with it buddy! Let me know how it goes
P.S. If you can find Derren Brown's video of how he got 10 heads in a row from tossing a coin it will explain a bit on how the odds of continuous spins from a 50/50 chance works. Best of luck
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