Online Gambling

The Fibonacci System

The Fibonacci betting system was developed by an Italian mathematician Leonardo Pisan who was born in Pisa Italy in 1170. This betting system uses the popular numbers sequence 1-1-2-3-5-8. This sequence of numbers has been seen throughout history as it has shown up in many different aspects of life. These include architecture, biology, music, and many other mathematical related subjects.

How do the Fibonacci numbers work?

It's very simple to calculate the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. You simply add the two previous numbers starting at 1.

and so on...

Using this formula we get the following sequence of numbers.
1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 8 - 13 - 21 - 34 - 55 - 89 - 233 – 275

How to use these numbers playing roulette:

The Fibonacci system is very much like the Martingale system in the way to increase your bet when you lose a round. The difference being that you play more rounds but the bet amount doesn't grow as fast.

Every time you lose a bet you need to increase your bet amount for the next spin. The amount you increase is set by the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. So for example you begin by betting $1 on red. Should you lose that bet you will bet $2 on the next spin. Should you lose that bet you then bet $3 and so on using the sequence of 1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 8 - 13 - 21 - 34 - 55 - 89 - 233 – 275.

When you win you don't end the sequence and start back at 1. Instead you will remove the last two numbers and continue betting using the sequence. So for example you bet $8 on red and win. You will then remove the 8 and 5 from your count and bet $3 on your next spin. Should you win that spin you will remove 3 and 2 from the sequence and begin betting $1 again.

As with all roulette betting systems this system should work for a while but over time you will hit a bet amount that will be over the table limit or it will be more then you can afford to bet.