The Fibonacci Roulette strategy is based on the number series, which is named after the mathematician of medieval Europe Leonardo of Pisa (Fibonacci). This outstanding figure wrote many works on mathematics, in one of which he explored this sequence of numbers.

We will use the Fibonacci series to place our bets. This strategy is very similar to Martingale, but more economical. The sequence consists of numbers that are equal to the previous two - 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, etc. Of course, we won't be able to put zero, so let's start with one. According to the terms of the Fibonacci strategy, we bet one unit or one chip on equal chances, for example, on red. If we lose, we bet the next number 1, because 0 + 1 = 1, if you lose further, you need to put 2 and so on. And here everything, in general, resembles the Martingale system, but there is a difference, it lies in the fact that in case of loss we do not return to the beginning of the progression, but go one number back.

To make it clearer, let's look at an example. Let's say we bet one chip on black, red came up and we lost. Then we put one chip again and again we fail. At the next step, 2 chips have already been bet, and zero has dropped out. There is nothing to be done, we are already betting 3 (1 + 2) chips. Here we finally get lucky and black falls out and, attention, we need to go back a number, i.e. the next bet will be two chips. Thus, in case of losses, we go in ascending order, and in case of wins, in descending order of numbers in the Fibonacci series.

A Fibonacci-based roulette strategy won't make much money, but it will keep you afloat. Rather, it is recognized simply for the enjoyment of the game.