Playing Roulette
This system Fibonacci roulette game is based on the well-known numerical series. This number sequence was known to the wise and learned more of the ancient world, and is named after the medieval mathematician Leonardo Pisano, known as Fibonacci. Numerical series Fibonacci system found its application in many areas of science and art. Casino players also use this mathematical sequence for their own purposes.

System Fibonacci number series is as follows: 1 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 8 - 13 - 21 - 34 - 55 - 89 - 144 - 233 - 377 - 610 - 987 - 1597 - 2584 ... Each subsequent number is the sum of two previous numbers. This sequence can take a long time, but to use it in the game, and enough of the above numeric sequence.

The essence of the game of roulette Fibonacci is that the size of the rate to be determined by this progression. In case of loss of the initial bet, the amount should be increased by the following numerical series Fibonacci. For example, after the failure of the first and second back-back, and the third should wager twice as much. If you lose, and this rate increases next three times, from its original, and so on.

When winning, unlike the Martingale system, no need to return to the initial value progression, and must "strike" the previous two values ​​of a numerical series Fibonacci system, and set about the last remaining number. For example, after six consecutive losses to start the bidding at \$ 1, you have to win on the back with a 7-sized bet \$ 13 (see the sequence of Fibonacci). Next, you must conditionally "erase" the two previous numbers, namely, 8 and 5. In this case, the next spin will be at the rate of \$ 3. If this rate of play, then again you need to conditionally "erase" the two previous numbers (1 and 2), and in the next time you start the roulette bet \$ 1.

The game loop is considered complete when the initial value of progression, that is unity. After that, you can restart the game loop, while the bet is determined again from the beginning of a series.

If we compare this method with the game Martingale system , the Fibonacci system is not so fortunate in terms of "one-way": a cycle can end with a negative balance, and can bring some pretty big win. But, unlike the Martingale using Fibonacci system, the risk of rapid maximum limit bets on a particular table is much lower. This gives the player a huge advantage during long sessions. 