The creation of the Fibonacci strategy is attributed to "Fibonacci" or Leonardo Pisan, a member of the Bonacci family. In the 13th century this renowned mathematician used his outstanding mathematical skills to sequence the numbers in a special way, known to us today as the "Fibonacci System".


This sequence of numbers is based on adding the subsequent numbers and getting their sum. It is often considered as a type of progression. For instance, the sequence is done as follows:


As evident, every number that appears in this sequence is a sum of the previous numbers.


Any roulette player purports to apple various types of strategies that will help them increase their chances of success in the casino. One of the strategies widely used by the players is undoubtedly the Fibonacci sequence. As a player you will find it similar to Martingale betting systems or the Labouchere systems.

Players find it fairly simple to understand as well as apply this sequence in their games as it is quite easy.

For instance, if the player starts will betting and losing the first unit then they shall continue with the game and place one unit again for following the sequence. Subsequently, someone following this sequence will bet for 2 units in the next sequence, which is the sum of two 1's. Conversely, if the player wins then they shall cross out the previous two numbers. Ultimately, the game ends when the player arrives at 1.

In reality, the application of the Fibonacci system is quite limited as it does not have any real implication in the game of Roulette. Every spin of the wheel is completely independent and cannot be predicted.