If you consider yourself to be one of the more careful roulette players, then you should definitely try this roulette system. It is intended especially for players who are not hot-heads, don't like excessive risks and are fairly conservative.
A kingdom for a system?
What we have here is a popular roulette strategy which has allegedly been used already at the court of the French king Ludwig XIV. However, if we have a closer look at when Ludwig lived and when were at least the basic rules of roulette actually formalized, we'll see that this is highly improbable. Still, the system is highly popular among others due to its simplicity.
A system for two dozens is better than for one
The advantage of the system lies especially in its simple principles. It is highly suitable for combinations also with more complex strategies, and allows players to reach even fairly large winnings.
All you need to do is correctly implement the system of the game. How? Bet on the dozens. More specifically, bet on two out of the three dozens on the roulette wheel. Nothing fancy – simplicity is beauty.
Basically, watch a few consecutive spins of the roulette and decide when to enter the game. To start, make two bets, specifically on those two dozens which did not come up in the last spin. For instance, if the last spin ended up on 21 (a number in the second dozen), then your bet in the next spin should be on the 1st and 3rd dozen.
If you don't win, i.e., the next spin also results in a number from the second dozen, then increase your bet by €1 (or by the aliquot amount you decided to use). If you're lucky and win, then leave the bet amount unchanged. However, it is important not to forget to once again bet on the two dozens which did not win on your next bet. Remember that. Never bet different amounts on the two selected dozens – it'll disrupt the logic behind the whole strategy, which won't work anymore.
Rather see it once than hear it a hundred times
So, how could a sample game look like? Say we waited for the right spin and the winning number was 7. That's a number from the first dozen. So, we'll bet 1 chip on the second and third dozen. Assume that a 10 wins on the next spin; that means we lose. So, we increase our bet by 1 chip for each dozen, meaning that we are now betting 4 chips. Next, 22 is the winning number, which is in one of our selected dozens. Since this was in the second dozen, we'll continue in the next game by betting on the 1st and 3rd dozen. We keep the value of our bets and only change the placement of chips. And so forth, until we reach your weekly winning limit. Always select one in advance and stick to it.