Bitcoin Dice Strategies: the most popular systems to win
This article about Bitcoin dice strategies will start with an important premise: playing at any crypto casino, unless you are part of the casino, in the long run, will eventually make you a losing player – remember to play only what you can afford to lose. We can argue as much as you want but in the end, you will lose more money than winning. Now, we can get into the fun part and see what are the best dice strategies to apply to all the bitcoin casinos you like or to the best dice casinos.
Lastly, these strategies can be applied also at Roulette game tables.
Our aim with this article is to use systems in order to maximise the winnings and minimise losses. Here are the most famous systems.
The Martingale system is both the oldest and at the most famous. It is a very simple system, dedicated to so-called double chance and plans to double the effort in the event of a negative outcome.
Let’s see the Martingale system in action in the following video.
In a few bullet points here is the Martingale strategy:
- start with the amount you want to bet, in our example, we started with 0.00000001 EOS – you can start with as much as you want;
- each time you win the roll, you keep using the same bet, in our case we used the 0.00000001 EOS;
- when we lost we doubled the bet, as you should do too, hitting the X2 – remember to keep increasing x2 each time you bet (see all the video to understand what we mean);
- lastly, when you win your roll, come back to your original bet.
As you can see, the Martingale system is risky, because by going into a negative strip and having always to double the bet, we will quickly jeopardise our entire bankroll.
Meanwhile, if you think that with an infinite bankroll you could beat the Casino you are wrong. Actually, it isn’t because we say so but rather we’ve read this report. Basically, they say that even with the infinite bankroll you will still end up losing. Here is why:
- the casino has, even if tiny, always an house edge;
- it’s mathematically proven.
If you are curious, take a look at the whole ledgerjournal.org site, a great source of data-driven information.
The D’Alembert system is a pyramid system, developed in the 18th century, which operates through increments or decrees of bet units, based on the outcome of the roll of the dice: after a hit, the amount is reduced, after a loss is increased.
Here, too, an example will help us to explain ourselves better (imagine playing roulette).
- Suppose we define our bet unit in 10 USD.
- We go on red and win: keep betting $10.
- The outcome is now black, we lose: we need to increase one unit, so we will punch 20 USD ($10+$10).
- Again, we’ve just got odd and therefore lost: we need to increase by one bet unit, so now we will punch in a total of 30 USD ($20+$10).
- Let’s now suppose we bet and hit the 1-18 and win: we have to fall back by one unit, so we will hit with 20 USD bet ($30 minus 10).
Rather simple the D’Alembert strategy, here is a little image showing the operation of this bitcoin dice strategy.back to menu ↑
The Paroli system works substantially in the opposite direction as compared to the Martingale system: the bet is doubled in the event of a win. It sounds like a counterintuitive, but it is not. If you think about it properly, if you double the bet after a successful outcome you will risk more money, but it will be the money you will have taken away from the desk!
Given that in the event of a positive strip, the amount of each stroke can easily become large, a limit must be set in the bitcoin dice strategy or roulette Paroli system before starting to play, both in terms of bankroll and of any profit achieved.back to menu ↑
The Labouchere system is undoubtedly the most complex of those presented here. To use it, it is necessary to choose before starting to play the amount that you wish to win, better in the form of a bet unit.
After that, a series of numbers are written on a sheet, the sum of which gives the total of the fixed units of the bet: a lot of units must be bets as much as the sum of the first and last number of the series. If you win, the numbers are eliminated; if you lose, the number composed of the two units of betting must be added to the series.
It’s easier to do than to say, as we will see in the usual example:
- we decide to aim to win 20 units of each $10 (i.e. $200).
- Let’s write a series of random numbers, the sum of which is 20: 3, 1, 4, 2, 2, 2, 1, 4.
- First let us round the sum between the first and last series numbers, i.e. 3+4=7 units of bet ($70).
- We win, so we delete the first and last number from the series: the series becomes 1, 4, 2, 2, 1.
- Now we must re-focal the sum between the first and last series numbers, i.e. 1+1=2 punt units ($20).
- We lose, so we need to add 2 (the sum between the first and the last number) to the series, which is 1, 4, 2, 2, 2, 1, 2.
That way, until we’re canceled all the numbers in the series.
If we get back, we will have won the amount that we had originally set ourselves, in our case USD 200.
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