# Double Street Roulette Betting System

The Double Street system is a low-risk betting strategy that’s simple to learn. It’s considered low risk because you are betting only 6 chips in each round, and these 6 chips cover up to 17 numbers on the table.

The name comes from the fact that you will make equal 6 Line bets for each spin. This requires that each spin you will need 6 units of the same size bet. The bet size (unit) will depend on your individual bank roll.

These 6 unit bets can be placed on the Roulette table as follows:
1. A six line bet(Place 2 units). See example of what is a six line bet below coving numbers 16 to 21.
2. Another six line bet (Place 2 chips) consisting of six different numbers different from 1 above.
3. One straight up bet of any number on the table.(Place 1 unit)
4. One corner bet covering any 4 numbers, for example, 2,5,3, and 6.(Place 1 unit)

Since you have placed 6 chips on the table, your net win for the above bets will be as follows:

1. Four units if you hit a number for either of the six-in-line bets (in 1 and 2 above) as the payout is 5 to 1 (2 chips x 5 equals 10, minus 6 chips from your initial bet, equals 4 units net gain).
2. The straight up bet pays 35 to 1, for a net gain of 29 units.
3. The corner bet pays 8 to 1 for a net gain of 2 units.

The complete progression
Loss risk 0.71% (99.29 chance of success)

1 Double Street.

Bet amt…….win
1…………..05
1…………..04
1…………..03
2…………..07
2…………..05

3…………..08
4…………..10
5…………..11
6…………..11
7…………..10

9…………..13
11………….14
14………….18
18………….24
22………….26

27………….29
31………….22
37………….21
45………….24
55………….29

67………….34
82………….42
97………….35
115…………28
136…………18

164…………22
200…………38
240…………38
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1402 units total