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Posted: March 12, 2016, 1:50 pm - IP Logged

95 % of all roulette players are under the belief that the outcome of each spin is based on luck and chance,the fact is that the outcome of each spin is based on "mathematical laws of probabilities".The game of roulette is a structured game where numbers,digits and sums must show on a continuous basis .By keeping track of all sums,digits,pairs, and numbers you can narrow down to just one or two numbers for a win.It does take a small betting bank (min.$300) ,patience and the ability to keep track of each spin and calculate the due/high probabilities where the profit is far greater than the investment.Below is a sum chart / breakdown for the "european" roulette wheel. The reason why it is important to keep track of sums per spin is you can use this to calculate the next sum(s).On a blank piece of paper you should circle each number that comes out per spin and this will give you a good ideal as to which numbers are over due.Email me with any questions you have,thanks everyone,hope this helps:

(0)  (1)    (2)   (3)   (4)   (5)   (6)   (7)   (8)   (9)   (10)   (11)

 0     1      2      3      4     5      6     7      8     9      19     29

       10    11    12    13   14    15    16    17    18     28 

              20     21    22   23    24    25    26    27 

                      30     31   32    33    34    35    36

 

(Digit chart)=

(0) = 0,10,20,30

(1) = 1,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,31

(2) = 2,12,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,32

(3) = 3,13,23,30,31,32,33,34,35,36

 

(4) = 4,14,24,34

(5) = 5,15,25,35

(6) = 6,16,26,36

 

(7) = 7,17,27

(8) = 8,18,28

(9) = 9,19,29

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    Posted: March 13, 2016, 11:07 pm - IP Logged

    95 % of all roulette players are under the belief that the outcome of each spin is based on luck and chance,the fact is that the outcome of each spin is based on "mathematical laws of probabilities".The game of roulette is a structured game where numbers,digits and sums must show on a continuous basis .By keeping track of all sums,digits,pairs, and numbers you can narrow down to just one or two numbers for a win.It does take a small betting bank (min.$300) ,patience and the ability to keep track of each spin and calculate the due/high probabilities where the profit is far greater than the investment.Below is a sum chart / breakdown for the "european" roulette wheel. The reason why it is important to keep track of sums per spin is you can use this to calculate the next sum(s).On a blank piece of paper you should circle each number that comes out per spin and this will give you a good ideal as to which numbers are over due.Email me with any questions you have,thanks everyone,hope this helps:

    (0)  (1)    (2)   (3)   (4)   (5)   (6)   (7)   (8)   (9)   (10)   (11)

     0     1      2      3      4     5      6     7      8     9      19     29

           10    11    12    13   14    15    16    17    18     28 

                  20     21    22   23    24    25    26    27 

                          30     31   32    33    34    35    36

     

    (Digit chart)=

    (0) = 0,10,20,30

    (1) = 1,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,31

    (2) = 2,12,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,32

    (3) = 3,13,23,30,31,32,33,34,35,36

     

    (4) = 4,14,24,34

    (5) = 5,15,25,35

    (6) = 6,16,26,36

     

    (7) = 7,17,27

    (8) = 8,18,28

    (9) = 9,19,29

    You have one thing right here. The outcome of each spin is based on mathematical laws of probabilities. But why would those laws mean anything is due. Each spin is independent and doesn't care what the last one was nor the last 30. Same as the lottery assuming it is random.

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      Posted: March 14, 2016, 12:27 am - IP Logged

      You have one thing right here. The outcome of each spin is based on mathematical laws of probabilities. But why would those laws mean anything is due. Each spin is independent and doesn't care what the last one was nor the last 30. Same as the lottery assuming it is random.

      "The outcome of each spin is based on mathematical laws of probabilities."

      With 38 possible outcomes, the probability of any number is the same as the 1 in 38 odds.

      "Same as the lottery assuming it is random."

      In Roulette, players can make bets after the random process is started. If the speed of a dealer's spin is consistent and by watching where the ball is placed on the wheel, players can reasonably predict in which 8 to 10 number quadrant the ball will land. The Eudaemonic Pie is a somewhat comical book about some players using one of the first wearable computers to clock Roulette wheels and predict the outcomes.

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        Posted: March 14, 2016, 1:25 am - IP Logged

        "The outcome of each spin is based on mathematical laws of probabilities."

        With 38 possible outcomes, the probability of any number is the same as the 1 in 38 odds.

        "Same as the lottery assuming it is random."

        In Roulette, players can make bets after the random process is started. If the speed of a dealer's spin is consistent and by watching where the ball is placed on the wheel, players can reasonably predict in which 8 to 10 number quadrant the ball will land. The Eudaemonic Pie is a somewhat comical book about some players using one of the first wearable computers to clock Roulette wheels and predict the outcomes.

        Good call! I'm not very knowledgeable on the playing of roulette,  but it sounds like that's a little bit similar to counting cards in blackjack.  You are using real, tangible facts to capitalize on favorable odds. 

        Makes a lot more sense to me than relying on "due" numbers when the current spin or draw doesn't care what the past spins or draws were.

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          Posted: March 14, 2016, 8:16 am - IP Logged

          Quote Albern Weinstein: "You cannot beat a roulette table unless you steal money from it."