The Anti-Martingale system is another variation of of the standard Martingale system which differs in the fact that a player increases there bets when they win and not when they lose. The idea behind this is that when a player is running hot and winning, they win big, but when there luck is low and they are losing then losses are kept to a minimum.
The player needs to decide in advance how many spins they will play the system for and keep doubling up. How many spins is chosen will be entirely dependant on the player. Some may be happy starting with a $2 bet be happy to just keep doubling up to $8 or $16 bets, whereas others may like the thrill of keeping going and betting larger amounts up to $256 - $512 and potentially winning a larger amount from there initial small stake of $2.
An example of the Anti-Martingale system in action would be a $2 bet on red. If red comes up and you win $2, your next bet will be $4. If you win that bet you then bet $8 on the next spin and so on doubling up after every win. Keep going until you have reached your set number of spins.
If you lose on any of the spins, your next bet will be just one single betting unit.
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