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# Testing & Simulations of Roulette Systems

This web page collects in-depth analyses of both Roulette systems and regular (simple) bets. We kick off with one of the most famous Roulette systems called Martingale, whose principle is to double the bets after a lost spin. The outcomes are remarkable indeed.

## Roulette Systems

### The 1st Grand Test of the Martingale System – Limited Bets

The principle of the famous Martingale system in Roulette is pretty simple. We bet a specific amount of money for instance on our favorite color. If we are successful straight away, we take the win and start over with betting the same amount of money (with the initial bet). If we lose at any time, we double our previous bet and simply keep doubling them until we break the losing series, whereupon we get lost money back plus little extra (the initial bet). It almost seems we cannot lose...

### The 2nd Grand Test of the Martingale System – Micro Bets

Once again the following test analyses the famous Martingale system in Roulette. We also assume that the minimum and the maximum bets are limited by a casino. However this time the minimum bet is set very low (therefore we they are referred to as "micro bets" in the title). That makes it possible to double the bets more times until we reach the maximum limit in case of long losing series.

### The 3rd Grand Test of the Martingale System – Unlimited Bets

In the third grand test of the famous Martingale system we will remove the limit of the maximum bet. Only very big casinos can afford unlimited bets. If we also had an unlimited capital, then theoretically, we would be able to double our bets almost infinitely. It only depends on how much would be bearable for our wallet and psychics. Is Martingale going to be an invincible strategy in Roulette?

## Roulette Bets

### Test of Betting on Red or Black in Roulette

Picking red or black color is a very favorite way of betting in Roulette. In this test, simulating 100,000 Roulette spins, we keep betting the same amount of money on randomly chosen color and follow the progress of our cash balance and as well as its final value. Will this popular way of betting prove to be a good strategy in Roulette?