Many Roulette systems have an inversion, that is, they can be used in two different ways. A positive system, in which you increase your bets as you win, has an investment in which you bet more when you lose.

In contrast, the inversion of a negative progression system, where you raise your bets when you lose, will be a system where you bet more each time you hit.

The Fibonacci Roulette system is an example of a Roulette strategy that has an investment. Normally, this system is used by increasing the stakes every time you lose.

You can learn a lot more about it by reading our article about it, but we’ll give you a brief explanation here anyway.

## The Traditional Fibonacci Roulette Method

In traditional Fibonacci, you will increase your bets using the so-called Fibonacci Sequence. This is a number series originally discovered by biologists. Its logic is to take the sum of the two previous numbers in the series to obtain the next one. The sequence is:

1x1x2x3x5x8x13x21x34x55x89x144x233x377x610

When you use the Fibonacci Roulette method, you must place “even” outside bets, that is, high, low, red, black, even or odd numbers. Your bets will follow the progression, advancing each time you lose.

When you win, instead, you go back two numbers and continue playing until you’re back at the beginning. This way, every time you lose, you advance one step in the sequence, while every time you win, you go back two.

## About the Inverted Fibonacci Roulette Method

The Reverse Fibonacci Roulette Method uses the same number sequence, with the difference that you advance one number every time you win and go back two every time you lose. The reason for doing this is to maximize profits on hot streaks. Let’s look at the following example:

- You bet 1 unit and win. You write a 1 on a piece of paper.
- Bets 1 + 0, that is, 1 and you win. Now the paper says 1 1.
- Bets 1 + 1, that is, 2 and you win. Now the paper says 1 1 2.
- You bet 1 + 2, that is, 3 and you lose. You cross out the 1 and the 2, so your paper now says only 1.
- Bets 1 + 0, that is, 1 and you win. Now the paper says 1 1.
- Bets 1 + 1, that is, 2 and you win. Now the paper says 1 1 2.
- Bets 1 + 2, that is, 3 and you win. Now the paper says 1 1 2 3.
- You bet 2 + 3, that is, 5 and you lose. You cross out the 2 and 3 and now the paper says 1 1.
- You bet 1 + 1, that is, 2 and you lose. Cross out the remaining numbers and start over.
- You bet 1 unit and win. You write 1 on your piece of paper.

In this example, you have won 7 times and lost 3 times, but in reality you only won once. This example clearly illustrates the problems of this system. If you don’t have a very hot streak, the Reversed Fibonacci Roulette Method will not make you much money, unless you are willing to spend many hours at the table.

Also, what is lost in a very bad streak can be almost impossible to recover. To make matters worse, due to the complexity of the system, it is sometimes difficult to control exactly how much you are losing.

However, if you have a good streak, you can make a lot of money in a very short time. It is very important that you have a clear goal in mind so that you can stop playing while you are winning. It’s also important to start playing with a fixed budget, so you don’t lose more than you have.