Imagine inventing a gambling system that worked 100% of the time, making you a small fortune. Would you sell it? Of course not! You'd be down at the casino or sat at your computer raking it in!
Those of you familiar with our overall gambling strategy will know that the first Golden Rule of gambling is 'in the long term, the casinos always win', so any system can only offer success in the short term.
And yet there are companies out there selling all kinds of roulette, blackjack and baccarat systems, sometimes for £1000s at a time.
Players forums, too, are full of stories of 'unbeatable' systems. Most are just reworkings of old systems that have been around for generations.
To help you out, we've explained and tested the most popular ones with 6 'real life' scenarios - and done the same with one of our own systems for good measure!
To see how they fared, check out our System test results page.
A lower risk progression, adapted by Fortune Palace from the 1-3-2-6 system, in order to reduce the risk to the player.
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Read our detailed explanation of the 1-3-2-4 gambling system.
A slow, but fairly safe sequential system. A modern system from the 1960s, it aims to make just 1 unit profit per cycle.
Read our detailed explanation of the Oscar's grind gambling system.
A sequential gambling system based on a naturally occurring mathematical sequence, dating back almost 900 years. A favourite among mathematicians and professional systems specialists.
Read our detailed explanation of the Fibonacci gambling system.
A sequential system, safer and steadier than the more-popular Martingale. It doesn't try to chase losses and only asks players to increase their bets after a win.
Read our detailed explanation of the Paroli gambling system.
A negative progression system, invented by a mathematician. Based on 'the equilibrium of nature' it is a popular system with players looking to play for the long haul, rather than 'smash and grab' profit hunters.
Read our detailed explanation of the d'Alembert gambling system.
The 1-3-2-6 is a low risk, positive progression system that doesn't chase losses and never loses big. Slightly more adventurous version of the 1-3-2-4 system but nowhere near as risky as the Martingale or Labouchere.
Read our detailed explanation of the 1-3-2-6 gambling system.
Perhaps better known as the cancellation system. The player decides on a target profit figure and continues until this profit is made. The Labouchere is a basis for many modern commercial gambling systems.
Read our detailed explanation of the Labouchere gambling system.
The simplest and most popular of Roulette systems - especially with beginners - the Martingale is a doubling system, with a set profit. In theory, an 'unbeatable' system, and sold as such on many internet sites and ebooks. But is it really?
Read our detailed explanation of the Martingale gambling system.
A higer risk version of the Martingale, with potentially much larger profits - and much larger losses.
Read our detailed explanation of the Super Martingale gambling system.
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