The D'Alembert betting strategy is was devised by the French
mathematician of the same name and is used not only by gamblers but
is a technique often used by stocks and shares dealers (if that's not
gambling). Roulette Statistics & Prediction uses a modified of this
Like all other betting strategies used in the software, a bet will only
be triggered after a certain number of losses.
This is how the D'Alembert system works.
After each loss, one chip is added to the next bet, and after each win,
one chip is deducted from the next bet. Starting with an initial stake
of, say, 10 chips, a loss would raise the next stake to 11 chips. If this
is followed by a win, the next stake would be 10 chips. Another win
would lower the next stake to 9 chips and so on.
If you hit a winning streak and the chips get to zero the the stake is
reset to its' beginning value.
The betting strategy works well when there is a run of winning streaks
but as you can see a sequence of say RED, BLACK ,RED, BLACK, RED,
BLACK gets you no where.
Roulette Statistics & Prediction automatically keeps record of the
amount to stake on over 100 roulette bets, so you don't need to.
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