As the name suggests this roulette strategy is about going all-in. It is an extremely volatile strategy, which means there is a high probability of losing your entire bankroll in just one round. Despite this, it maintains the highest expected return of all roulette betting strategies.
How does this strategy work? Basically, you bet your entire bankroll in a single round, at least once, or multiple times if you wish. The specific bets should depend on how much money you start with and how much money you want to end up with. In other words:
- If you start with €100 and want to end up with at least €1,000, you should place your €100 in a row (3 numbers). If you win, you will have €1,200, and you can stop playing.
- If you start with €100 and want to end up with at least €3,000, you must place a single €100 bet on a random number on the roulette wheel. If you win, you'll have €3,600, achieving your goal.
This strategy has another major drawback, besides its extremely high volatility: the playing time is practically non-existent. Most likely you'll only get one spin, or two more if you get lucky, which is why this strategy isn't recommended for players who want to enjoy the game of roulette for a while.
- If you start with €100 and want to win at least €10,000, one bet won't be enough for you. However, what you can do is start with the same bet mentioned in the example above, and then place another bet of €3,600 on a column or a dozen, based on the success of the first bet. If you win both bets, you will end up with €10,800, and you can stop playing.