The Paroli Roulette Betting System

This roulette betting system is also known as Reverse Martingale, as it uses the same betting progression, but instead of doubling your bet when you lose, you double your bet after a win.
Even if this roulette betting pattern is appliable to any part of the roulette table, it's best to use it with even money bets.
The progression is the following:

1-2-4-8-16-32-64-128-256-512-1024 and so on

Let's say you're betting on the red color (and always bet on it), you obviously aim for a long run of reds.
By using this roulette betting system, it's of capital importance to decide which win will be your quitting point. It's unlikely that by betting on the same color, this will come up over and over, until you win 1024 units.
So it'd be better to set your quitting point at aroun 8 or 16 units.

In this system, is very important that you stick to your quitting point, and that you don't get greedy.
The principal reason why you should set your quitting point not too high, is because if you don't reach your quitting point when playing roulette, you'll lose one unit.

If you set your quitting point to 16, for example, and you win until you bet 8 units, then lose, you would only have won 1+2+4 = 7 units, thus losing by 1.

What you want to bet on it's entirely up to you: you could apply this roulette betting system on dozens/columns or lines.
Our advice is to stick to the even money roulette bets: as you cover less table, you're less likely to get a winning run together.
When applying this roulette betting system on even money bets, you can either bet on the same outcome, or change the outcome each spin (betting alternatively on red and black, low or high, odd or even).