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# Best Tips and Tricks On Double Street Quad Strategy

The betting system has a great name. Authors of this method gave it the name Double Street Quad, but this version did not fully reflect the sense of this strategy. However, it does not matter how we call it. It is much more important whether it will be interesting to readers of Casinoz.

We want to emphasize that this system is suitable for any of the traditional types of roulette. There are no bets on even chances, so the French version does not provide additional benefits. It would help if you refused to play the American roulette for apparent reasons (high house advantage due to the double zero with the same payouts).

## Description of Double Street Quad Strategy

This strategy implies making equal bets in each spin by placing chips according to almost the same scheme.

Thus, the system is neither positive nor negative progression.

In each round you want to participate in, you need six bets of the same size. Let's call them chips.

You will make six line bets (bets that cover six numbers), corner bets (bets that cover four numbers), and straight-up (a single number bet). The scheme of their arrangement on the layout is discussed below.

The players select the bet sizes, taking into account their financial capabilities. You do not have to raise the amount, so this strategy can not be called aggressive. Nevertheless, this pattern covers less than half of the numbers, so several spins in a row can be unprofitable under unfavorable circumstances. Keep this in mind.

So, you'll need six chips per spin. You can start the game in any round. There is no need to memorize the outcome of previous spins.

Chips should be placed according to the following scheme:

• 2 chips on six line closing numbers from 10 to 15
• 2 chips on six line closing numbers from 28 to 33
• One chip on the corner closing numbers from 17 to 21
• One straight up on any number that is not occupied by other bets

The single number bet can be changed from spin to spin, or it can be constantly left on the same field.

If one of the six line bets wins, you will get six extra chips. If the corner bet wins, your prize will consist of three chips. The straight-up will give you thirty chips.

## Double Street Quad Pros and Cons

We will remind our readers about the disadvantage common to all betting systems at the roulette table. They do not reduce the house advantage. Thus, they do not help to win from a practical point of view.

If we talk about the system directly, it should be noted that it is attractive due to its simplicity and lack of high requirements for the size of your bankroll. You do not need to bring a large sum, and you can enjoy the gameplay for a long time even with a small number of chips. Since you don't have to make notes, you can easily use the Double Street Quad strategy at brick-and-mortar casinos.

If you dream of a big win for a short period, this strategy is unsuitable for you. It is unlikely that the single number bet will be able to win several times, providing you with the opportunity to increase the number of chips by several times. Changes in your bankroll size will most likely be insignificant.

## Conclusion

It should be admitted that the Double Street Quad strategy is just another arrangement of the chips on the field for roulette. It is neither worse nor better than the dozens of other non-progressive methods. We recommend setting realistic financial and time frames to regulate the process before you start playing. Reaching the prearranged limits, you should immediately stop playing.

Read the article from a U.S. professor about the inability of betting systems to overcome the house edge of casinos playing roulette.

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