# Classic Roulette Strategies for Even Bets

Roulette as most of us know is a game that is quite difficult to beat.  While a few people play it and hope that they would get lucky and go home with some winnings, there are some who really find ways to get more wins. These players make use of classic roulette strategies. While these roulette strategies have not actually proven to have completely beaten the game of roulette, it can give players some excellent guideline which they can use during game play.

Since the invention of roulette, there has already been a number of roulette strategies developed by players of the game themselves.  Perhaps the oldest known strategy that exists till this day is the Martingale roulette strategy. However, there is a question that new players of the game would ask, and that is “Do these strategies really work?” For some players these strategies do work, while other players have an entirely different experience. They went bankrupt after using a roulette strategy. This simply means that players will also need a luck factor while using these strategies. To help you understand some of these strategies, here are some classic roulette strategies that players can use for even bets.

D’ Alembert Roulette Strategy

The D’Alembert System type of strategy where players of the game make use of a negative progressive betting. It is called negative progressive betting because the player will have to add one unit to their bet in the event that they lose or remove one unit in the event of a win. This means that if a player makes a \$5 bet and loses, the next bet should be \$6 for the next spin. Meanwhile, after placing the \$6 bet, when the player wins, the next bet must be back to \$5. For this type of roulette strategy, it is advised to start small to minimize the amount of losses.

Labouchere Roulette Strategy

The Labouchere System type of strategy makes use of a number sequence when betting. An example would be a sequence number of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. On the first bet, the first and last number must be added. Which means 1 + 5 = \$6. If the player loses,  then the bet amount is added to the last number of the sequence which now makes it 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and this then makes the next bet at 1 + 6 = \$7. In case of a win, the first and last numbers in the sequence are removed so the sequence is now down to 2, 3, 4, 5 and the next bet would be placed at 2 + 5 = \$7.

Martingale Roulette System

The Martingale System type of strategy is perhaps the oldest known amongst these three strategies.  This system makes use of a progressive betting system. In the event of a loss, a player needs to double the bet for the next spin. If a player makes an initial bet of \$5 then loses the first spin, the player needs to make a bet of \$10 for the next spin. The idea of this strategy is that when a player loses 3 consecutive bets and wins the fourth one, the player recovers all the losses and still makes a profit.

For most roulette players, the most important thing is they can play and get a win. The game itself gives them a very exciting experience and if luck is on their way, then can be lucky and get a win. These classic roulette strategies can definitely help as they play even bets.