Fibonacci

The Fibonacci gambling strategy is ideal for a roulette game. This strategy works by increasing the sequences going from 1-1-2-3-5-8. In fact this pattern was first used in the thirteenth century and is not only useful for a roulette game but also in other fields such as music and architecture.

How it works

Calculating the numbers that should follow the Fibonacci pattern is not complicated at all. All you have to do is tally the two antecedent numbers going from 1-1. For instance, 1+1 = 2, 1+2 = 3, 2+3 = 5, 3+5 = 8, 5+8 = 13 and so on.

When you use this strategy the pattern creates a not so costly strategy such as the Martingale strategy. This means that the amount you gamble doesn't go up that fast, but that you will have to gamble more times before the pattern is over.

Lose or win

If you make use of this strategy and you don't win you should make your gamble higher each time. Put simply, instead of making your gamble double like in the Martingale strategy, you should continue with the Fibonacci pattern. For instance, gamble on a single number, if you don't win, gamble another single number. If you lose again, increase your gamble to three counters and then continue going up.

If you are lucky and win you have to continue using the Fibonacci pattern until you eliminate the last numbers of the pattern and gamble on a new number. The pattern is over when you gamble one counter again.

This strategy will prove useful and effective for a short period of time because sooner or later you will reach your gambling budget. However, this strategy will ensure you to win a few extra dollars.