Roulette

Roulette Paroli System

There are currently many roulette systems which are endorsed by lots of people.  These systems are used to create a chance of winning huge amounts of money or to moderate the house edge enjoyed by the casino. Roulette Paroli system is one of such systems.  This system provides a player with a chance to win a respectable amount of money without risking too much of his bankroll.  Lots of players endorsing Paroli system have suggested that unlike Martingale System the former is much less frustrating and keeps up the positive attitude of a player even during an unfortunate outcome of a loss.

Roulette Paroli System

This system can be best described as a progressive positive betting.  Even its name “Paroli” is derived from the Latin word “Par” which literally means equal.  If we want to describe Paroli system in simplest term than it includes doubling the wager after each consecutive wins till three wins are achieved.  This roulette system came into existence during the sixteenth century and it was first used to achieve favorable results in an Italian card game known as “Basset”.  Today this system is in use to manipulate casino games such as craps, Sic Bo, Pai Gow and even Blackjack.

How does Roulette Paroli System Works?

The main objective of this system is to attain three consecutive wins one after another, while doubling the wager with each successful win.  A player starts the game by betting a single unit on one of the outside such as colors, even/odd or 1 to 18 or 19 to 36.  For example if a player is playing roulette then he starts betting on black with a single unit of money.  If the initial wager loses then he again makes the same bet.  The player is required to continue this type of betting called “Flat Betting” till a win is achieved.  Then after the win the next bet will be in the form of two units.  If this wager loses, the player is back to square one and starts flat betting of one unit.  On the other hand if there is a win, then instead of two units, the player will wager with four units into the final bet.  This type of wagering can give a player a profit of seven units or a limited loss of only one unit.

We have taken a progression of three bets in a row as an example.  If you want to have more progressions than this number then you must decide on this before starting in the game.  Always keep in mind that while opting for more progressions seems quite attractive, risk also increases with number of progressions.

The Pro and Cons of Roulette Paroli System

The whole logic supporting this system depends upon the theory that wins and losses come in streaks.  So a player can maximize his returns by betting heavily during the winning streak and control losses by betting less in losing streak.  This system further ensures that a player does not risk more than one wager from his own bankroll.  The negative aspect of this system can be attributed to the fact that accumulation of one unit in multiple losses can go beyond the seven unit win theory propagated under this system.

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