SCOBE’S SIMPLE GUN STRATEGY.
We would use the Martingale system only on even-money outside bets in Roulette on odd or even, high or low, and red or black. These bets give the player 18 chances to win with 20 chances to lose in double-zero American Roulette and 18 chances to win with 19 chances to lose in European Roulette (single-zero roulette). Obviously, you should prefer to play European Roulette as long as the betting ranges fit your account balance.
Your first bet is 10 (or the normal amount of your bet) on one of the even-money plays. If you lose that bet, you play 20. Now, you wait two turns and don’t bet. After two rounds of waiting, on the next spin, you will increase your bet to 40. And if you lose? You give up and go back to your original bet. You lose 70 in this sequence.
Our goal with this strategy is to keep you away from the devastating loss that the Martingale system eventually entails. Many times, in the two rounds you wait, there will be a winning round – if only you had bet (you think). But many more times, it will not exist. Remember that the casino always has the upper hand in all cash bets. That fact must always be present and in the center of your thinking. Never think that you are playing an even game, even on so called “even money bets”.
If you have lost the 70, you can choose to start all over again, you can go to another wheel to start over, or you can simply take a break. The decision is yours.
If you started with a balance of 500 for this session, you would now have 430 to play with.