Recently we have explained some of the most famous roulette systems used by gamblers across the globe including the Andrucci Roulette System, the D’Alembert Roulette System, and the Martingale Roulette System.  Some of these systems are fairly complicated and involve tracking past spins, chaos theory, and more.  If you are a roulette beginner or just want a fun and easy system to mix things up with, the Three Two Roulette System is just your ticket.

Three Two Roulette System

The goal of the Three Two Roulette System is to cover as much of the roulette table as possible, while keeping the bets as simple and efficient as possible.  In fact, once you understand how this system works, you can cover nearly 70% of the roulette table with only two bets!

The Three Two Roulette System gets its name from the fact that the two bets you place on every spin are one of three units and one of two units. The key to making the system work for you is knowing the unique combination of bets that cover the greatest number of squares in the most efficient way possible.


How To Use The Three Two Roulette System

To put the Three Two Roulette System into action you just have to make one of two combinations of bets:

  • Wager 2 units on the roulette table’s second column and three units on red.
  • Wager 2 units on the roulette table’s third column and three units on black.

Why one of these combinations?  The secret lies in the layout of the roulette table.  Let’s take a look:


Notice that the second column has 8 black squares and only 4 red squares. Likewise, the third column has 8 red squares and only has 4 black squares.  Therefor, by placing a bet on the second column and a bet on red, you are able to cover nearly 70% of the board.  The same also applies if you make a wager on the third column and on black.

So why make a 2 unit bet on the column and a 3 unit bet on the color?  Well, since the column bets pay out 2 to 1 and the color bets pay out 1 to 1, a winning 2 unit bet on the column will cover the 3 units lost on the color, plus net the player 1 unit of winnings.  The same applies if the color bet wins but the column bet loses.  The big money is won when both bets end up winning, netting the player a huge 7 unit profit!  However, when both bets lose, the player is down 5 units.

Does The Three Two Roulette System Work?

Well, it depends on your definition of success.  Using this strategy will keep you in the middle of the action on pretty much every spin of the wheel.  It is a great strategy to use in combination with other roulette strategies to keep things interesting, or a great way to break a long losing streak (you’ll win something about 70% of the time!).

Statistically speaking, however, the odds of making money using this strategy over the long term are no different than making any other roulette bet.  While this strategy may not make you rich, it is a fun way to spice up your roulette game if it’s getting stale.

Final Thoughts

Try this strategy out, then come back here and tell me how you did.  Did you go on a hot streak or did the strategy fall flat?  Let me know in the comment section below!

If you want to learn more about how to play and win at roulette, check out some of our other roulette articles: all about the roulette wheel layout, the Roulette Glossary, all about roulette odds.

Jeff White

Jeff has been an active gambler from the age of 18 when he won a small local poker tournament in San Jose, CA. He moved on to playing other casino games shortly thereafter, with a great interest in the statistics and mathematics involved. He has studied the historical gambling systems of nearly every popular casino game played today, and has written strategy books for several of them including blackjack, slot machines, craps, and roulette. Jeff has been a daily contributor to the Silver Oak Casino blog since the beginning of 2009.