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Oskar's Grind Roulette System

As the name suggests this system makes reference to a gambler by name Oscar who gambled within the decades of 1950s through 1960s. His grind showed a detailed account of his steady profits. According to system if a player wins after betting on a unit, the sequence should be ended and another sequence should start. But if he loses the subsequent betting should equalled to the amount the one that is lost.

In this system a sequence normally ends whenever the bettor wins. This means that the next bet should start from one unit. The only exception is if the next bet will give the bettor more than the profit of one unit. This means that the bettor has to bet with the amount that will give him a unit should his bet wins.

Representation

Bet units

loss

win

units

1

loss

 

-1

1

 

win

 0

1

loss

 

-1

1

loss

 

-2

1

loss

 

-3

1

 

win

-2

2

 

win

-0

1

lose

 

-1

1

 

win

+0

1

 

win

+1


The table above is an example of Oscar's Grind. From the table the player loses his first bet. Consequently the second bet is still one unit. Luckily for him he wins this time. However, he does not increase his bet to 2 units because in the progression he is only interested in one unit win. He loses his bet 3, 4 and 5 and he remains at the one unit bet.

He elevates his unit wager to 2 after winning at the 6th bet. He wins also at the 7th bet which requires a unit stake. Since the 8th bet is a loss the 9th bet remains at one unit bet. He wins both the ninth and the tenth bets. This is where the sequence ends.

From the above you should notice that the system has a conservative approach to betting and therefore it is less risky. In all the 10 bets, one bet is 2 units in magnitude. The rest are one unit in magnitude.

This system is also good because it does not increase your loss fast.