Easy does it
Here is an example of another roulette system based on the martingale principle. After each win the player remakes the initial bet. After each loss, the bet is doubled and increased by one unit. The player always bets on even chances.
The author of this roulette system proceeds from the assumption that there are alternating series in the game. He tries to compensate the negative result of each losing series (black) with a win on the next one. It is easy to believe that with each winning spin, the player’s total winnings are equal to an initial sum at the beginning of the game.
But this roulette system is so aggressive that anyone using it risks hitting the table’s maximum limit too early. Assume that the 9th spin is a losing spin:
The following bet should be 63 times higher than the initial one. If the minimum bet is €25, the new bet should be €1,575, which is much more than the table’s maximum. This roulette system can’t handle five consecutive loses.