Flat Betting Loss Recovery Money Management System

When using the Flat betting Loss Recovery Money Management roulette system, you need to decide how long you want to play. An example would be: 2 hours then divide your play by 3 which in this example would be 40 minutes.

This means each game lasts a maximum of 40 minutes.

Alternatively, you can decide how many spins you want to play in each game e.g. 30.

You also need to decide on a Stop Loss unit amount, e.g. 50% of bankroll

Game 1

You then start playing the first 40-minute segment (or 30 spins) using 1 unit per bet and you continue until you have either won 10% of your bankroll or you have lost 50%.

If this Game resulted in you reaching your profit target then ok you start a new 3 game series but this method is for those of you who lost out on the first game – Recovery is the name of the game here.

Game 2

You start again (preferably at another table after taking a coffee break) and your betting unit is now 2. Continue until you hopefully reach your profit target but if your stop loss occurs first then you must go on to Game 3.

Game 3

You ramp up your betting units to 4 and again the aim is to reduce your previous losses/make a small profit.

Note: if you get as far as Game 3 then Recovery means you aim to clear your losses and the amount of profit is anything you can squeeze out.


The second game aims to reduce 2 losses for each win then the third game reduces previous game losses 4 at a time, therefore, you can win a lot fewer spins than you lose and still come out ahead.

We don’t normally recommend betting systems like the Flat betting Loss Recovery Money Management but they can be of use in the short term. No betting strategy is worth buying though, so save your money. Other strategies you may be interested in when playing roulette are the Pluscoup Progression system, Pyramid System or the Small Budget Progressions system.

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