It is important to always remember that dice games are not a game of skill, it is completely chance. Although, knowing how to play dice is still very essential. Therefore, the only type of dice systems that affect a player’s success is his betting strategy and his approach to the game.
To give you a head start, here are some of the most popular dice betting systems widely used today. Keep in mind, though, that in order to apply these in your games successfully, complete understanding of the systems is required. Moreover, there is no guarantee that you will sure win using these systems; however, if these have been successful for some, why not take chances and see it for yourself, especially when you are dealing with Bitcoin dice?
The Martingale system is just one of the few trustworthy Bitcoin dice systems in existence. This system dictates that every bet that is lost must be re-laid at double the stake. For instance, you aim to play 1,000 times winning 0.001 BTC with each throw of the dice. If you lose, a new, larger bet is used to get back what you have lost on the previous roll plus an extra 0.001 BTC. If your balance is no longer sufficient to meet the target amount, the entire balance is wagered.
In a nutshell, players increase their bets after each loss in hopes that an eventual win will recover all previous losses. While the Martingale strategy is widely used among dice bettors, others use the other way around, the Reverse Martingale system.
In the Reverse Martingale system, your bets are increased after wins, while reducing them after a loss. The perception here is that the player will benefit from a winning streak or sometimes called as a “hot hand,” while reducing losses while “cold” during a losing streak.
Remember, there is no assurance that these dice systems will give you 100% chance of winning. Note that, in order to make money you need to manage money. So, the smartest dice strategy is to exercise proper money management and above all, patience. This will ensure that you make a profit and still get to come back in the future.