From the birth of roulette, Martingale is one of the age old and quite a popular playing strategy with some of its variations being prevalent over the time. Needless to say that any other system like Pivot Roulette, Oscar’s Grind it has never been a 100% error free policy with a guaranteed money back agenda. The risk of rapidly running out of your cash is deeply ingrained into the very fabric of its scheme. Still a considerable success can be achieved by it on the roulette gambling if applied for a brief span of time.
The classic Martingale is common as we know. We double the amount on every wager lost in previous round. For example, if your first chip costs4$ and you lose, the next time you bet 8$. And you lose again, and then put 16$. Now this time If you gain on this bet, your total amounts to 16$ +16$-12$(loses in previous rounds) = net +4$. Thus even though you lose consistently, you gain at the end. Statistics tells us that possibility of losing at six consecutive rounds is rare. Off course you have to play on outside bets like red or black, odds or even or low or high.
In anti-roulette system you play just the vice versa. That means the more you gain, the more you increase the money. After a lucky streak of profit when your cash is spiraling high a single lose can ruin all your possibility and rob all the gained money. Suppose in the first bet you put 4$ and you gain, then you make it double 8$ and you win. But once you lose in the third round, you lose all.
Another known system is Dynamic Martingale which a very patient and hardworking player would like to play. In this strategy at every round you double the money that you lost but after a few rounds you split the last betted amount. Suppose after four loosing rounds when you wager 16$, you split it into three segments. May be you put 5$ on low, 5$ on red and 6$ on odds. If the result shows the number low, red but even, you are fated to lose6$.But later you again bet on a 6×2=12$. This is a very time killing procedure.