Roulette Strategien - Martingale Strategie

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Die Geschichte von Martingale

Of all the roulette strategies , Martingale is by far the most popular. This is mainly due to the ease of use and the fact that it works perfectly in theory and generates profits. However, only in theory, in reality there are unfortunately a few limitations that can thwart the player. In the following article we will go into detail about the advantages of the Martingale and the mentioned limitations. We explain how the strategy works. But before we do that, let’s take a look back at the past together and get to the bottom of the origins of this strategy

The Martingale strategy is a very old strategy which, by the way, is not only used in roulette. The history goes back to the 18th century. There, Martingale was used in one of the simplest games of all time – the coin toss, heads or tails.


While no one can say for sure, the strategy probably got its name from a London casino owner who went by the name of John Henry Martindale. This man believed that the casino always had an advantage over the player and always wins in the long run. He then encouraged visitors to his casino to always double their bets on roulette after a loss in order to get their winnings back.

Had Mr. Martindale met Charles Wells in the late 1800s and encouraged them to play like this, he might have changed his mind that the casino always had an edge. Charles got incredibly rich thanks to the Martingale strategy! In three days he turned 400 francs into a million in a casino in Monte Carlo.

This is how Martingale works

Martingale is a very simple roulette strategy that you can easily use in the live casino . All you have to do is double your stake every time you lose. As soon as you win, start with your original bet. It is important to know that you can only bet on simple chances that double your stake if you win, for example even / odd or red / black. We would like to illustrate this to you with an example:

You decide to start with a € 1 stake and bet on the color red. The ball actually lands on red and you win € 1. Since you have won, a new round begins. This means that your stake remains unchanged, you bet € 1 again. The next time you lose your bet. In the event of a loss, the stake must be doubled. So you bet € 2 and lose again. Your next bet is now € 4. Finally you have that little bit of luck on your side again and win € 8. Now reduce your next stake to € 1, your original stake, and a new round begins.

By doubling your stake after a loss, the bottom line is that with every win you will always book a profit equal to your original stake as net profit, i.e. minus the lost stakes. In our example you have wagered € 1 + € 2 and lost. Your third bet was € 4 and you won € 8. If we now add up your total stake and compare it with your winnings, you will see that you have staked a total of € 7 (€ 1, – + € 2, – + € 4, -) and won € 8, -.

round mission profit loss balance
1 € 1, – X € 1, –
2 € 2, – X € 3, –
3 € 4, – X € 1, –

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Vor und Nachteile

The obvious advantage of the Martingale strategy is to always get your original stake back as a profit in the end. The only thing you have to do is double your stake after each loss until you get a bet right again. However, if you keep doubling down, your stake can get very big very quickly. You could reach a point where you simply cannot afford the next bet. Another limitation could be that the stake exceeds the table limit. Our table shows how quickly large sums of money can accumulate with the Martingale strategy, even if you start with just € 1:

round mission round mission
1 € 1, – 8th € 128, –
2 € 2, – 9 € 256, –
3 € 4, – 10 € 512, –
4th € 8 11 € 1,024.00
5 € 16, 12th € 2.048, –
6th € 32 13th € 4,096
7th € 64, – 14th € 8,192.

In der Tabelle können Sie nachlesen,  dass Sie nach neun erfolglosen Runden in Folge bereits € 512,- setzen, um mit der nächsten Runde im Ergebnis Ihren ursprünglichen Einsatz von € 1,- als Gewinn zu erhalten. Nun fragen Sie sich vielleicht, wie hoch die Wahrscheinlichkeit ist, neun Mal in Folge daneben zu liegen? Es passiert statistisch gesehen etwa 1 Mal bei 1000 Versuchen und ist daher relativ unwahrscheinlich. Aber doch nicht so unwahrscheinlich, dass es Ihnen auf keinen Fall passieren könnte. Es wird früher oder später geschehenn und dann ist der Verlust groß – und Sie brauchen jetzt schon € 1.024,- nur für den nächsten Versuch, um den einen Euro Einsatz zu retten!

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Sollte ich Martingale verwenden?

Whether or not Martingale is an option for you depends primarily on your account balance and your risk tolerance. You should also ask yourself what your goal is when playing roulette. Let’s take a look at your chances of winning with and without Martingale together:

Suppose you play 30 rounds and always bet € 1 on red, regardless of whether you win or lose. According to the statistics, you will win 46% of the time. If you play Martingale, on the other hand, you have an 82% chance of making a profit after 30 rounds of the game. Not only would you win more often, but with Martingale your winnings would be five times higher on average. That sounds fantastic at first. But watch out, these numbers are statistics and represent the average. A single lossy session is on average 30 times more painful than without a martingale and is therefore associated with great losses. And when you double up, remember that casinos stipulate maximum stakes.

If you find the occasional large loss to be exchanged for many successful sessions, Martingale is a great strategy for you. The prerequisite is a sufficiently large betting capital to be able to survive an extended streak of bad luck. And be prepared to lose all of your money at some point. The more money you have available, the greater your chances of winning with this strategy. However, if your bad luck persists, your losses can also become extremely large.

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Theoretically, Martingale works perfectly, but your own account balance and any table limits show the concept’s limits. In fact, with a large budget, you could finish most gaming sessions successfully and take away a profit. However, the stakes get very big pretty quickly when you lose. Ultimately, after a few losing rounds, you risk a lot of money for a relatively small, even tiny, profit. And it is inevitable that sooner or later you fail to win so many rounds in a row that your money is completely used up.

So the strategy carries great risks. It is best suited for players who want to exhaust their chances of winning once in a single gaming session and are willing to accept a total loss of their betting budget for this experience.

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