# What Is The 1-3-2-6 Betting System And How Does It Work?

We continue to review roulette betting systems and their practical application in this game. The one we’re going to talk about today has a rather interesting name.

Instead of being named after a famous scientist such as Fibonacci or D’Alembert, this one is simply called the 1-3-2-6 betting system.

It’s a progressive betting strategy, meaning the amount of money you bet changes depending on your results. However, unlike Martingale, for example, which doesn’t have any limits in its progression, the 1-3-2-6 is very limited.

First of all, you need to take into account that this is also a strategy which starts only on your winning bets. Basically, all you have to do is start the 1-3-2-6 streak the moment you win.

If you lose, you need to return to your basic bet amount. Let’s see how that actually works.

System At Work

It’s important to mention that this strategy mainly works on even outside bets, meaning you should only use while betting on red/black, odd/even and 1-18/19-36.

The betting amount that we are going to use for a bet is \$10. If we lose, we will continue betting \$10. As soon as we win, we need to make a \$30 bet. Make another win and bet \$20. Finally, if you win for the last time, you need to make a \$60 bet.

At this point, you’ve made a winning streak. In many other betting strategies, you will have to continue betting according to some formula, but not here.

In this one, you need to return to your starting amount, which is \$10 in this case.

If you lose mid-sequence, you need to return to your starting bet once again. For example, if you bet \$10 and win, make a \$30 bet. However, if you lose after that, you need to get back to making \$10 bets — simple as that.