A version of the Paroli System is the 1326 System. This is based on the asumption that you win four times in a row.
Bet 1 unit on your first round, 3 units on your second round, 2 units on your third round and 6 units on your fourth.
Lets assume that you are placing a wager of $5 at each round and you are placing bets on odd and even.
You would start with a bet of $5. If you won, you would add $5 to the $10 on the table (bet plus your existing pot) making your second bet $15.
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If you win once again, you would now have $30. Take away $20 and your 3rd wager is now $10. If you win once again, you have $20 on the table to which you add an additional $10 making a total of $30.
Are you getting this? It sounds complicated at first, but this will soon come naturally. The idea is that you bleed some of your profits out along the way.
If the 4th wager comes up trumps and you win, there would be $60 on the table, all of which is net profit. Now you start all over again at $10 and if you lose at any level, you start again at $10.
What happens if you aren’t so lucky on the day? Well this is where the 1326 strategy is a good risk limiter.
If you lose the first wager, you lose $5. If you blow it at at the second level you are down $10 and at the 3rd level, a loss will mean you actually walk away with a profitt of $10 (since you bled off $20). If you lose at Level 4, you break even.
The popularity of this particular version of the Paroli roulette strategy comes from the fact that you have an total risk of $10 for the chance of generating $60 net profit (depending on your initial bet)
If you have a terrible run of luck and lose 6 times in succession at level 2, (the worst level), you have the possibility of clawing back your money with one win at level 4. But remember, at the end of the day it is all down to probability, and you may lose the level 4 bet as well!