Guetting Progression

“Progression system with "gears" to accelerate your bets on a winning streak, and to brake on a losing run. ”
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Charles Guetting was a Frenchman who came up with this progression- he was a numbers fanatic. It is slightly more complicated that many of the other progressions we have discussed on this site, but worth a look.

This is a positive progression system, in that the bets increase during a winning streak. And there are various steps and fall back levels wired into the system in an attempt to lock in any profits if your luck does turn the other way.
Play this on the outside bets, primarily the even money bets (eg red/black).

The system has 4 different levels, or “gears” as follows

Level 1  = 2
Level 2 = 3 / 4/ 6
Level 3  = 8 / 12 / 16
Level 4 = 20 / 30 / 40

The levels are called gears as you accelerate your betting on a winning streak, but drop down multiple gears on a losing run.

Here’s how you progress along the sequence on a winning streak.

Like all rocket scientists, we are going to start at the beginning. So you kick off on level 1. You bet 2 in other words.

If you win twice in a row, head up a bet, jumping levels when you get to the end of the row.

So if your name is lucky Jim, you progress as follows:
2,2,3,3,4,4,6,6,8,8,12,12,16,16,20,20,30,30,40,40.

So what are the levels for exactly, I hear you ask?

Well they start coming into play to control your betting when you lose.
Rather than coming back down the sequence in a linear fashion, you play quantum mechanics and fall back down levels (to lock in profits).

If you lose on the first bet of a new bet on a level, drop a level and start off on the first number. This is how the progression tries to lock in profits. if you lose, you fall off levels and your bets diminish in size.

If you lose on the second bet of any number, you bet the same number again. Basically you don’t drop off the level, until you are at the edge of the cliff, if you understand our metaphor.

This can take a while to get your head around, so let’s just illustrate this with a few examples.

Bet 2 Win
Bet 2 Win
Bet 3 Win (We went up a level)
Bet 3 Lose (We nudge down a place as we are not “at the cliff”)
Bet 3 Lose (We are on the cliff)
Bet 2

Let’s look at another

Bet 2 Win
Bet 2 Win
Bet 3 Win
Bet 3 Win
Bet 4 Lose
Bet 3 Lose
Bet 2

Starting to make sense?

Putting it another way, repeat your bet if you win on the first bet of a number and increase your bet if you win on the 2nd bet of the same number.
If you lose on the second bet, come back one plce and repeat the bet again. If you lose on the first position, drop a Guetting level and lock in your profits.

So does this work? Well, personally speaking, we prefer talking about positive progression system such as this (where your bets increase after wins) rather than negative progression systems (where your bets increase after losses) for the simple fact that if you are increasing your bets after a win, you should have more buffer to soak up a loss. You are not chasing losses.

The other thing we like about The Guetting Progression is that it tries to lock in profits with a seperate profile for winning streaks and losing streaks 8both of which you will experience remember!).

But, as we always remeind you, NO system will fundamentally alter the odds that you get on the roulette table. The only way to know for sure is to test the system.

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