## The Ascot System In Roulette

If you want to play roulette it is advisable to use a strategy that allows you to determine how to do it. In previous articles we have talked about different methodologies, the Martingale system, the Parlay system, the James Bond strategy or the Fibonacci strategy. Today we are going to focus on the Ascot system in roulette.

**The Ascot system in roulette: evolution of the reverse d’Ambert system**

The Ascot system in roulette is a very popular and frequently used system among players. This system is considered to be the evolution of the reverse D’Ambert system. **The Ascot strategy is part of the positive betting progression systems. That is, the player must increase the bet, based on the initial sequence, when he wins and, on the contrary, he must decrease the bet one position when he loses.**

**Measures to take into account:**

- One of the most important measurements to take into account in the Ascot system is the sequence of numbers to follow. The player must determine before starting the game the sequence of between 7 and 11 numbers. The amount chosen will depend on the player’s budget.
- Experts recommend that the series of numbers be odd.
- The player always places outside bets, that is, red or black, odd or even, 1-18 or from 19 to 36.
- To make the system more efficient, it is better if the roulette only has a 0.

**Practical case**

Let’s imagine that we determine the sequence of numbers in 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17. The sequence is of 9 numbers, therefore, it is between the recommended value. The system determines that the player should start betting using the middle value of the sequence. In this case it would be number 9. Thus the player would start his game by betting 9 euros and choosing an outside bet. In the case of being correct, the Ascot system in roulette determines that the player must increase a position with respect to the sequence of numbers. Therefore, in the second round, 13 euros would be wagered. If correct, the third round must be bet 15 euros and if it is won, the fourth and last bet would be 17 euros. Why are we talking about the last bet? The application of the system is considered completed. Before starting the game, the player has determined a series of 9 numbers. So if the player wants to continue playing he must return to the initial bet of 9 euros.

What happens if it is lost? **If fortune is not with the player and he loses, he must decrease the bet one position when he loses. **Following the sequence of numbers, the second round will bet 7 euros. And so on until the first number is 1.

Effectiveness of the Ascot system in roulette

Like any system that is used, it is not perfect or 100% effective. One of the positive aspects is that the player should not have a large *backroll* to bet on this system. Mainly if the sequence of numbers starts with 1 euro. In the case of winning, the gains are considerable.

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