This roulette system is called “System 63” because we have a 63% chance of winning each spin on a double-zero wheel.
The system works even better on a single-zero wheel. Total units required will be 80 units for our session bankroll. Lifetime bankroll we be 5 sessions, or 400 units. We will betting on a two-dozen section or a two-column section on the layout. Our odds of winning each spin are 24/38 = 63%, hence the name System 63.
We will use a progressive betting scheme as follows: 1-1, 3-3, 9-9, 27-27. What we do is bet 1 unit on one dozen (or column) & 1 unit on another dozen (or column). If a number hits on one of our chosen dozens or columns we win 1 unit profit.
Example, Let’s say we bet on the first two dozens & number 12 comes up.
We win 2 units for the first dozen, but lose 1 unit on the second dozen. Our profit is 2-1 = 1 unit. If we lose that spin, then on the next spin we bet 3 units on one dozen (column) & 3 units on another dozen (column). If that spin loses we progress to 9 units & 9 units. If we lose again we progress to 27 & 27 units. The only way we lose our session bankroll of 80 units is if we lose four spins in a row.
This is rare. The odds of this occurring are (14/38)^4=1.84%. We also have five session bankrolls.
Therefore, the odds of us losing our lifetime bankroll will be very small indeed while we are winning 63% of the spins. This method can be used in terrestrial as well as online casinos. My advice would be to play to win $50- $100 each day then quit. If you lose a session bankroll, quit for the day & play again another time.