As we have discussed in the previous strategy, The D’Alembert system was invented by a 17th century mathematician, and is set up to rapidly pull back any losses- you can also employ a reverse D’Alembert by flipping this strategy around. A Reverse D’Alemebert is an aggressive strategy that looks to accelerate a winning streak and build maximum profit on any good runs- but as you can imagine, it does come with its inherent risks.
Instead of lowering your bet when you win (as you do in the D’Alembert System), in the Reverse D’Alembert you add a unit to your bets when you are winning – and continue to do so until you lose.
The Reverse D’Alembert (also known as the contra D’Alembert or the Anti-D’Alembert) is best used on even money bets (eg odd / even). This system is a hard nosed “hit and run, make as much as you can” strategy, so before you play this make sure you set your stop loss and walk away targets. As soon as you hit your target or use up your budget, walk away, as you can be sure that your luck will flip at some point.
Some players like to flip particular bets within the even money bets. By this we mean that you may decide to start backing red after a good run of black, or to flip completey to even numbers.
Another twist to this strategy is the so called Schizophrenic D’Alembert. In this variant of the strategy, you try and flip between a D’Alembert and the Reverse D’Alembert, depending on how you feel that your luck is running. If you are feeling like Lady Luck is shining on you, employ the D’Alembert to accelerate profits. If you have the feeling that your luck has turned, use the D’Alembert to help you ride out any losing streaks.