Fibonacci Roulette System

Leonardo Pisan, known Fibonacci was born in 1170 in Pisa. With his diplomat father he was travelling all around the Mediterranean See. He was interested in mathematics and he had the chance to find and solve new problems on each of his travels. Fibonacci recognized that his sequence had been already existed in the nature. Although this sequence was already know in the ancient India, it has become know only in the 13th century in Europe.

The Fibonacci sequence consist of the following numbers: 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144,233,377

As you can see each subsequent number is the sum of the previous two.

The Fibonacci roulette system is applicable for the European roulette version. At the beginning the player should pick red or black and place a bet of $1 on the chosen color. In case of winning there’s nothing else to do, the sequence is finished. If you lose, then you need to write down the amount of the bet, $1 in our example. Any time you win you drop out the last number from the sequence and place a bet of the first two dropped out numbers. Each number in the Fibonacci sequence represent the amount of the next bet. (If you lost in the previous round, you need to write down all your lost bets).

Let’s take an example to be clear:

# spin Bet and Outcome Numbers Balance
1 Bet $1 and lost 1 $-1
2 Bet $1 and lost 1,1 $-2
3 Bet $2 and lost 1,1,2 $-4
4 Bet $3 and won 1,1,2 $-1
5 Bet $1 and lost 1,1 $-2
6 Bet $2 and lost 1,1,2 $-4
7 Bet $3 and lost 1,1,2,3 $-7
8 Bet $5 and won 1,1,2,3 $-2
9 Bet $2 and lost 1,1,2 $-4
10 Bet $3 and won 1,1,2 $-1
11 Bet $1 and lost 1,1 $-2
12 Bet $2 and won 1,1 $0
13 Bet $1 and won Stop $+1

Strikethrough indicates the dropped out numbers.

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