Fibonacci Roulette Betting System

Fibonacci roulette betting system was created by Leonardo Pisan, who is better known as Fibonacci. Leonardo was born in Pisa (Italy) in 1170 A.D. He had a great interest to mathematics and discovered the Fibonacci sequence.

The Fibonacci Sequence

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377 etc.

The next number is easily determined. You just need to add two previous numbers.

Principles of the Fibonacci System

When the player loses, he/she increases the bet in the next round. But it is not necessary to double the bet; you need to follow the Fibonacci sequence. Using this system, you add the number from the Fibonacci sequence to the outcome of the number, previously added. The next number in the sequence will be your bet. If you lose, you need to add the bet to the end of the sequence. If you win, you remove the last number from the number sequence.

For example:

Bet 1 - lose

Bet 1 - lose

Bet 3 - lose

Bet 5 - win - cross 5 and 3

Bet 2 - lose

Bet 3 - win - cross 3 and 2

Bet 1 - win

Benefits of the Fibonacci System

According to this system, the bets stay lower, if compared with Martingale system, where the bets are doubled. Moreover, with Fibonacci system you don't have many chances to be out of the table limits, because it progresses not so fast.

Negative Points of the Fibonacci System

The Fibonacci roulette system does not cover all the losses if the player hit a bad streak. This system can help to reduce them.


Like most roulette betting systems, Fibonacci system can work not for a long time, as the players will go beyond betting limits, which are set by the casino. While playing, one needs to have a large bankroll. Some casino players recommend stopping the game after three losses in a row. Fibonacci roulette betting system can be suitable for practical players and bring them a lot of fun.