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How the Supernova Roulette System Works

March 10, 2023

Among all the roulette systems seen, studied and analysed, the Supernova system certainly should not be missing.

In this article we want to discover what it is and how to make the most of it.


The supernova is a system for the game of roulette that, contrary to the others seen so far, is based much less on mathematical statistical calculation and instead gives way to the predictability of the system.

The system is based on live play and by its very nature does not apply to online gaming.

As it is structured and conceived, the Supernova tries to exploit the purely human mechanisms of the game by leveraging the skills of the croupier and relegating numbers to patterns or points of greater probability.

To summarize in a few words, this system tries to exploit the unique and personal relationship that is created in the croupier-ball-wheel relationship. By its structure it can be applied equally to both American roulette and European roulette or French, while it is less applicable to traditional online roulette and more usable for live roulette found in web casinos.


It is a system that is well suited to prudent players who do not like large fluctuations in their bankroll.

Each bet requires 15 chips per spin. The value of these bets will be decided initially by the player and will not change either in case of winning or losing.

Contrary to the fibonacci or doubling methods, the supernova has a simpler and more conservative management.

Which numbers to bet on

Clarified then that each spin will see 15 episodes and that there will be no increases in stakes, which numbers to choose?

In the live game the spin will only be valid if the ball has completed at least three wheel turns before stopping on a number.

The winning number will then be a result between the force impressed by the croupier on the ball, on the wheel and the number of rebounds before landing definitively.

By not varying these three factors we should therefore be faced with patterns, or specific areas of the wheel where the ball has a greater chance of landing.

Once we have identified the patterns we will be able to choose the numbers on which to bet.

How many numbers to bet on

We have already said that the maximum number of bets for each spin should not exceed 15 chips.

These numbers will be dictated by recognized patterns, but will not be limited to the single number. The chips must also cover the areas adjacent to that number, specifically the two numbers that precede and follow it.

For example, if we have identified 7 as a pattern number, the bet must also cover the numbers 18 and 29 that precede it and 28 and 12 that follow it.

However, 7 may not be the only number in our pattern, another number may be on the opposite side of the wheel or it may be very close, for example the number 35.

In this case we would find ourselves betting on the neighbours of these numbers twice, if the situation requires it even three times.

This could also bring us very interesting payouts.

The payouts of the Supernova system

We are focusing on single numbers, so the payout should be the standard one of 36 to 1.

But as we have said, the patterns could be close to each other, thus allowing us to have bets up to 3x on some numbers.

These scenarios are outlined as follows:

  • No winnings. In this case, the 15 chips played will simply be lost;
  • Win 1x. The simplest case, the payout will be 36 times the bet and we would therefore have a return of 36 – 15 = 21;
  • Win 2x. The simple case of overlapping of neighbors who will pay 72 – 15 = 57 times the bet chip;
  • Win 3x. The luckiest case of when we found fruitful and close patterns. In this situation the payout will be (36 x 3) – 15 = 93.


It should be clear at this point that the system covers a maximum of 15 chips played, but on how many numbers?

Clearly split bets will be excluded, with which the system would lose its balance.

The maximum number that can be covered is therefore 15.

However, if applied well, the Supernova should find more precise, more focused patterns and therefore cover less than 15 numbers.

In this way we will then have a smaller amount of winning numbers, but with greater opportunities for winnings.


Unlike other roulette strategies, which are better known and based on mathematical and statistical calculations, the Supernova strategy seeks to exploit much more human and tangible principles.

It starts from the principle that the dealer will always have an advantage, but that in the more purely human aspects of game management it is possible to find small constants on which to base one’s strategy of numbers.

It allows a uniform and simple management of the bankroll. It does not include doubles, betting increases or modulations whether you win or lose.

Last but not least, the Supernova also offers no guarantee of success. It must always be remembered that strategies cannot guarantee constant winning over time.

Each of them is designed to help the player increase their chances and better manage wins and losses. None of them can replace the common sense that leads the player to decide when to bet and when to stop.