The Fibonacci gambling system is based on a naturally occurring mathematical sequence and dates back almost 900 years.
For centuries, this sequence has been used as the basis for a winning gambling strategy and is still a favourite of Roulette players today.
The Fibonacci sequence can be difficult to remember, so players may find it helpful to write down the sequence (and their bets) in advance.
If you want to see a step-by-step video tutorial on the Fibonacci system, click here: Video guide to the Fibonacci system.
In the Fibonacci, the sequence itself is cumulative. In other words, the next number is equal to the sum of the two previous ones. So the first 12 numbers in the sequence are:
Remember that the numbers represent betting units so if, for example, you're betting in £10 units, your bets are
Using the Fibonacci system, you progress through the sequence on losing bets and return towards the start with winning bets. Each time you lose, you move on to the next number in the sequence. Each time you win, you step back two numbers.
Although a progressive gambling system, the Fibonacci differs from the Martingale system, for example, in that it doesn't seek to cancel out the total loss with one huge win, just the last two losing bets.
Let's say we lose our first four bets. So far, we've lost 7 units.
Moving forward in the sequence, the next bet is 5. If that wins, it gets back the last two losing bets ie 3 and 2. The loss is now 2 units.
You then step back two numbers in the sequence and bet 2 units. If that wins, it wins back the 1 and 1. Now, you're all square and start again from 1.