List of the best roulette systems.
Are there bad and best roulette systems?
First we have to define a system. From my point of view, a system has a random begin of a play session and a finish with a hit. The soul of a system is the betting schedule. There are hundreds of systems, but the most famous or classic systems are D`Alembert, La Boucheere, Fabionaci and on this site the Kavourac Bet.
To judge the different, we must compare the permanence’s of the systems.
Each permanence must content the results of a macro long run sample and the average of a number nano samples. The largeness of the samples must be reprehensive for the kind of chance. In this case, I will keep me in the bounds of the ECs without the EN Prison rule.
For all systems the long run theory is valid .The loss shall be 2,7% of the total bets. It is much more difficult to judge small samples. The variance and the deviations are big. For a reliable comparison it is necessary to compute the average of a lot of samples. I did it for many systems and my conclusion is, the differences are too small, to give a honest answer, which is the best system.
For ranking the systems, the HE is more suitable. From this point of view all systems on the ECs are the best. Second best are the mixed bet systems and last all the other ones.
The number of units, you bet per spin, influence your loss of units. From this point of view, a flat betting system on the ECs with one unit is the best.
Not occasional I did not mention the Martingale system. An unlimited Martingale session shall always end with a profit. It is the only system who beats the HE. My Martingale SSB system is based on an opportunity with a chance of 1 to 2^20. The graph of a 150 spin sample gives a profit of about 70 units.