Martingale strategy

Martingale is the most famous basic and quite popular strategy. This strategy should be known to every player, be it a beginner or a professional. Using Martingale, you can always stay in the black, but this is a high-risk strategy and, therefore, its use is dangerous and requires deliberate use.

The essence of the Martingale strategy:

It's very simple. The player bets one euro, and if he wins, he bets one euro again, if he loses, then he doubles the next bet, i.e. puts 2 euros. In case of a positive outcome of the game, the player returns the loss and receives one euro of winnings. In general, each time a player loses, he must double his bet in order to reclaim the loss. The disadvantage of the Martingale strategy, as you may have guessed, is that if a player gets into a black streak of bad luck, he may lose a large amount of money. Thus, if you start with € 1, then after losing the bet will be € 2, then € 4 and on 10 losses the bet will be € 1024. Therefore, it is more advisable to use this strategy with a large deposit and low rates.

The Martingale strategy is applied to events with equal odds - red-black or even-odd. Before you start playing this strategy for money, practice playing with candy wrappers, i.e. is free. At the moment, all online casinos provide the opportunity to play roulette for free.