The Double Street Quad System

Overview

french_rouletteThe Double Street Quad System enables a player to cover a lot of numbers on the roulette wheel at a relatively low cost. It is regarded as a playing strategy of low risk, which is appropriate for thin-budgeted players and those who wish to preserve what they have already gained. The system includes a combination of inside bets, as follows: two double street bets, one corner bet and one straight-up bet. A total of 17 numbers will be covered, while a player may place 2 chips on each of the two double street bets, 1 chip on the corner bet and 1 chip on the straight-up bet. With this system the player is not able to cover even ½ of the roulette wheel, but the odds for success will compensate him/her for that.

The two double street bets equal two line bets, which will cover 12 numbers, or 4 rows consisting of 3 numbers each. Every double street bet is placed on two adjacent rows and in case it wins, the payoff for a player will be 5 to 1. Having placed six chips for the whole system, the net gain will be 4 units (2×5 – 6 = 4).

The corner bet will cover 4 numbers and is placed on any square block of four numbers on the betting layout. In case it wins, the payoff will be 8 to 1. Having placed six chips for the whole system, the net gain will be 2 units (8 – 6 = 2).

The straight-up bet is placed on any number on the layout and in case it wins, the payoff will be 35 to 1. Having placed six chips for the whole system, the net gain will be 29 units (35 – 6 = 29).

Let us provide an example. A player intends to place 1 chip on the number 34, 1 chip on a combination bet including the numbers 26, 27, 29, 30, 2 chips on a line bet including the numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 2 chips on a line bet including the numbers 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21.

Screenshot of European Roulette Double Street Quad Bet

The Most Probable Scenario

With this system a player will most likely either win on one of the double street bets, or lose on all positions. It is possible that during a longer stretch of time the player will either not score any gains or be paid 5 to 1 on his/her double streets.

As the chance of success is almost equal to the chance of loss, this playing strategy will cause the bankroll of a player to swing up and down. In the best case, the bankroll will fluctuate around a gradually-increasing average amount.

Both reason and intuition suggest that scoring a large win at a casino is an event that occurs not so often. Therefore, if a player strives at a consistent income, he/she will need to implement a slow but stable strategy. This is the reason why the Double Street Quad System lures an increasing number of roulette players. It is not a system, which depends on a huge amount of good luck and will never provide a player with a huge profit after a short stay at the roulette table. Instead, the system will allow a player to gradually earn and build up his/her bankroll.

Other playing strategies, which involve a higher risk, have the potential to lead a player to financial ruin in a matter of a few spins of the ball. With the Double Street Quad system the player will be able to stay and enjoy the game for a longer period of time, because of its almost 50/50 win/loss profile.

Screenshot of European Roulette Double Street Quad Bet

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