Many systems have an opposite or reverse variant (such as the Martingale). Generally this means that you progress through the system after a win rather than a loss, so that you are trying to accelerate winnings on a winning streak, rather than claw back losses on a losing run.
Sounds strange, doesn’t it? If one systme works, surely the opposite won’t? And vice versa? Well there you have the roulette system conundrum. No roulette system will alter the odds you will get at the table. They are merely a way of applying a methodology to your play (which is no bad thing, particularly if it forces you to make a plan as to when you are going to stop and take the profit or cut short your losses).
The Reverse Fibonacci Roulette System is no Different. OK- here’s the theory.
Your betting profile follows a Fibonacci progression of course. Each number is equal to the sum of the previous 2. You don’t need to start on 1, but if we did the progression would be as follows:
Now in this system which is The Reverse Fibonnaci with 2 Drop, you increase your bets after a win. If you lose a bet, you drop 2 places on the sequence.
Let’s look at an example. This system is generally played on the even money bets (Red/Black, Odd/Even, Lo/Hi.
Lets say we go R/B
- Bet 1 unit Win
- Bet 1 unit Win
- Bet 2 units Win
- Bet 3 units Win
- Bet 5 units Lose
- Bet 2 units Lose
- Bet 1 units Win
- Bet 1 units Win etc etc
Always set yourself a profit target/stop loss to pull out of the sequence on each mini session, because it is in the nature of positive progression systems like this one that you will lose at some point and wipe out your profit.
And keep a profit target/stop loss for the overall session in mind. Don’t be tempted to change your plan midway through the session on a “hunch” that your luck is coming up smelling of roses. This is a sure fire way of losing your shirt and heading home in your underpants.