# Win at Roulette with the Labouchere Betting System

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The Laboucher System.

It comes as no surprise that the house, always has an edge, however there are certain bets which possess a higher or lower house edge. Winning players are always trying to keep the house edge as low as possible. Most players use a strategy to discipline themselves and calculate the risks. This is done by the use of a betting strategy. One of the most famous betting strategies is the Martingale system, however sharp punters prefer to split the martingale system which is known as split martingale, cancellation bets or as we like to call it The Laboucher System.
The Laboucher system, like any betting strategy comes with its own requirements. For one to make good use of this betting strategy, one must use such betting strategy on two way bets. This means that this can be used on bets where the probability is close to 50/50. The reason we say close is because of the house edge. These bets pay out double your stake, so if you bet €1, you win €2 (your stake and your profit). Such bets would be red / black and the odd / even in roulette, or the pass line bet in craps.

For The Laboucher betting system you need three things. You will need a pen and paper to scribble and perform simple mathematics, decide on your bank roll and the amount you are willing to risk, and lastly is to know the betting limits of your game, in particular the minimum bet stake. Then you write down 10 1’s in a row, whereas 1 represent one unit. One unit is the amount you are willing to risk, divided by 10. Effectively some players divide the amount of risk by 10 and that answer is then written down 10 times on the paper in a row. A player adds up the first and last number of the row and the result is his bet stake.
This means that the first bet stake is two units. If the player wins he crosses the first and the last numbers in the row, which were used to determine the bet stake of the winning bet, and disregards them. He will then move onto the next first and last numbers. Again, these are added to form 2 bet units, to determine the bet stake, and this pattern goes on until all the ten numbers are crossed out. In the eventuality that you lose your bet, these numbers aren’t crossed, instead the losing bet stake is written down at the end of the row to represent the last number. This last number is used to determine the next bet stake. Effectively this means that usually you bet two bet units, however after a losing bet this increases by one unit. This increase of one unit helps you win back your losses. Once a player wins back his losses, he commences betting two betting units.
So let’s look at an example.
Let’s assume that a player has \$100 that he is willing to risk. He then divides this \$100 by ten to determine the value amount of one unit. In this case one unit is \$10 (which is \$100 divided by 10). Next, a player finds a table that can accommodate his stake of one bet unit. A player then writes down 10 ‘1’s in a row to represent a unit or else he writes down the bet size per unit which is \$10 , so in this case he would write down ten \$10 in a row. The player then takes the first and last \$10 and add them up. The result is \$20. For this example we will take the black/red bet on the roulette table.
The player places a \$20 bet on the red, the dealer spins, and the roulette balls falls on the green zero. The player losses his bet. The player then writes down the amount of the bet (\$20) at the end of the row and starts calculating his next bet all over again.
For his next bet , the player adds the first and last number in the row, in this case it is \$10 (first ) and \$20 (last – which he have written down). So his next bet is \$30.
The player places the \$30 bet on the red, the dealer spins, and the roulette balls falls on a red. The player wins \$60. The player then crosses the first \$10 and the last number in this case \$20 – which were used to determine the bet stake of the winning bet. The player then moves in to the next available number, in this case the 2nd number (\$10) and the 2nd number from last (\$10) – since the first numbers have been crossed out which effectively means that these numbers are first and last numbers in a row. So for the next bet the player places a \$20 bet. This goes on until all numbers are crossed.
With this strategy this means that the player manages to win back his previous losses, by increasing his bet by one unit every time he lose, until he wins.

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## 10 thoughts on “Win at Roulette with the Labouchere Betting System”

1. Roulette Game says:

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2. Anton Pol says:

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3. Fat Joe says:

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5. EBOJFM DBOOJOH says:

I find that a lot of casinos near me the croupier spins around the same number more times than not. So usually I go to a table and I divide the pockets in my head into 6 sectors going clockwise.

1st sector: 0,32,15,19,4,21
2nd sector: 2,25,17,34,6,27
3rd sector: 13,36,11,30,8,23
4th sector: 10,5,24,16,33,1
5th sector : 20,14,31,9,22,18
6th sector: 29,7,28,,12,35,3,26.

Then I wait for 2 consecutive spins to land in the same sector and I bet on all the numbers in that sector. It seems to work well for me. It's not the most scientific of systems but sometimes I have pretty good results

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