# Romanosky System In Roulette

To play the Romanosky system effectively, a minimum of four chips are required. The value of the chips is determined by the player, depending on the budget available. Unlike the James Bond method , where you need a high bankroll of 200 euros, the Romanosky is suitable for all budgets.

Romanonsky System

As we have said before, the Romanonsky system in roulette is easy to understand and apply. You need to bet on two of the three dozen and four numbers. So we have covered 28 of the 37 numbers that make up European roulette. The chances of hitting are really high.

Without further ado, let’s start playing. We bet on two of the three dozen and four numbers from the remaining dozen. Let the roulette spin! As soon as the ball lands on a square, three possible scenarios are contemplated:

• In the event that the ball lands on one of the four selected numbers, we do not make a profit but no losses. The result is neutral.
• If the ball lands on one of the numbers out of the chosen dozen, we make a profit. In this case, three tokens are won. In addition to covering the losses of the remaining bets.
• The worst case scenario is when the ball lands on one of the nine unselected numbers. All chips are lost.

Example

The examples always serve to clarify any doubts. Let’s imagine that we opted for the Romanosky System in roulette. We will have to choose two of the three dozen: 1-12, 13-24, 25-36. And four numbers. In this case, we opt for the first and second dozen and choose four numbers (3,6 and 24, 27). So we have 28 numbers selected out of 37.