Oscar’s Grind Roulette System

This is a very simple strategy that won’t require much explaining. It’s a very similar system to the D’Alembert. To start with, Oscar’s grind is an even chance betting system so it can be used on Red/Black, Even/Odd and 1-18/19-36.

To start with, this system has four stages which you move through as you’re winning. The stages are as follows: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4

The idea of this system is very simple: When you’re winning you increase your bets by 1 each time until you get to 4. When you’re losing you keep your bets the same. The aim is to get a 1 unit profit each time and once this achieved you go back to betting 1 again, regardless of whether you made it up to betting 4 units.

So the golden rule of this system is simple: Go back to the beginning of the progression once you have a one unit profit. It doesn’t matter which stage of the progression you were at when you achieved the one unit win, go back to the start. Another thing to remember is that you neither increase or decrease your bets after a loss. Here is an example.

  • Bet 1 and lose
  • Bet 1 and lose
  • Bet 1 and win
  • Bet 2 and win

That is a very simple example. As you can see, the bets stayed the same when we were losing and as soon as a win came in, we moved up to betting 2 units. Because the bet of 2 units won, we had won one unit overall so that was the end of the cycle, we would then start over by betting 1 unit. Here is a longer example:

  • Bet 1 and lose
  • Bet 1 and win
  • Bet 2 and lose
  • Bet 2 and lose
  • Bet 2 and lose
  • Bet 2 and win
  • Bet 3 and win
  • Bet 4 and lose
  • Bet 4 and win
  • Bet 4 and win

At this point, you would be in plus by 3 so you would walk away.

Downside To Oscar’s Grind

The obvious downside to this strategy is that even a short losing run can put you in a big hole and only an equal winning run will pull you out of it. Also, if you have to bet 4 units a spin and then go on a losing run, you will find yourself in a very deep hole that you’re extremely unlikely to pull yourself out of.

The best thing you can do with this system is have a realistic stop loss and stick to it. For example, if you find yourself 15 units down, it might be better to walk away because you’re unlikely to get it back. Obviously your stop loss limit would depend on your bankroll and what kind of player you are in terms of risk tolerance.

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