In this system you are betting on “Quads” or corner bets. Make sure that you play European Roulette with only one zero wheel.
We tested this system at Betway:
How to Play Quads
Then make a series of corner bets zig zagging down the table with no overlaps, so for example
Now make one overlapping corner bet, say
So you have 7 chips in play. The corner bet or “Quad” pays out at 8:1, so you are hoping for a small profit on the area you have covered- more if you hit the overlap.
Vary your pattern for each spin.
A corner bet covers 4 numbers and there are 37 numbers on the wheel, so the probability is 4/37 or 1 in 9.25. Bear in mind that the payout is 8:1- plus you get your bet back of course if you win. (The difference is the house edge).
So you might want to apply a progression on this, but choose one that ramps up slowly (not The Martingale in other words), as you are betting a minumum of 7 chips to start with.
So will you win a fortune with Quads? Not sure about that. You might win a bit, you might lose a bit but you will definitely make some pretty patterns on the roulette board.