Using Betting Systems While Playing At Online Casinos

Submitted by Beth on Fri, 2010-05-21 at 15:05

One of the most effective strategies for serious gamblers is the implementation of betting strategies. While they are commonly used by Roulette and Craps players, they are becoming increasingly popular among online slots fans as well, as they present a more secure option than budgeting.

Previously, it was thought that if a number or card does has not shown up recently, then it is bound to do so shortly. This is called the Gambler’s Fallacy. However, this system has been proven to be highly risky, and players are suggested to stick with more mathematically-based systems.

The most popular out of all betting systems is the Martingale system, which is a negative progression system. This means that players must double their bet every time they lose. This system requires players to have a very high bankroll, but it pays off in the end; once the player wins, they earn back all of the money they lost, in addition to a considerable profit.

There is also a system that is the complete opposite of Martingale, called Paroli. This system requires players to double their bet every time they win, taking advantage of winning streaks. This system requires far less money, but players can stand to lose a great deal of money when they finally lose.

The D’Alembert System is a much safer version of Martingale. Whenever a player wins they must decrease their bet (rather than doubling it), and whenever they lose, they must increase their wager. This way, players can slowly build their wagers on a losing streak, and allows players to keep a large portion of their winnings.

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