Betting on Dozens and Columns is great. There are so many combinations on can use to beat the roulette. Bet only one Dozen or two dozens or Two dozens and two Columns simultaneously or even… Well, the possibilities are limitless. Follow the last two dozens that hit? Or bet for the sleeper column and the hot Dozen? You see? There is great room for testing and creativity there. And we are here to help you with some of the best strategies especially designed for this amazing bet.
|The three Dozens and their respective numbers or the roulette table layout|
|The three Columns and their respective numbers or the roulette table layout|
This is my favorite, that’s why it is first on the list. It is explained in great detail and with an illustrative example. A very well thought out, solid system that can be modified further. A great starting point for any Dozen roulette player. One of the best creations of late Mr. Oops.
Iboba is a long time roulette player and a very active and productive member of the roulette community. His Two Columns method is of great interest as it uses some triggers to decide what to bet next.
Labouchere combines exceptionally well the offensiveness of Martingale and can capitalize greatly on winning streaks. At the same time it is more conservative than Marty and less risky. the bet increase at a much slower pace. Now combine the brute force of Labby with the power of double Dozens or Columns and you’ve got a great weapon in your hands.
This system belongs to our Labouchere Group of strategies. Reading it will help you understand how to create and apply a progression that increases your bets as you win, i.e. a positive progression for Dozens.
After reading all these betting systems and understand the mathematics behind them you will be fully equiped to attack the wheel, either by applying one of these methods or, even better by devising a winning strategy that fits your own ideas and play style.
For more roulette strategies, look at our main system page, where 13 unique systems are presented for you to study. Compare their requirements, their attributes, their advantages and disadvantages and choose the one that shows you the most promise or just fits your taste better.