Blackjack strategy - Fibonacci System
The Fibonacci betting system is based on the Fibonacci Sequence, which was developed by Leonardo Pisan, the Italian mathematician. The sequence is as follows: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89 and so on. As you probably see, the next number in the row is the sum of the two previous numbers. Using the Fibonacci, you start from one unit bet. If the first hand wins, there is no sequence and you will bet one unit again. If the first hand loses, then you bet one unit again.If there is a loss again, the next bet will be two units. You lose again so your next bet will be three and so on. If you win, you should cross out the last two numbers in the sequence. The sequence ends when you havereturned to a one unit bet.
1 lose 1 lose 2 lose 3 lose 5 lose 8 win 3 win 1
The Fibonacci is less aggressive than, for example, the Martingale. It takes a longer sequence of losses to ruin you than when you use the Martingale System.
You can exceed your bankroll or reach the table limit before ending the sequence.
For example, $10 is your initial bet and table limit is $500. So, if you lose 9 hands in a row you can increase your bet any more.