1. VB2 or Traditional VB
  2. VB2 practical play
  3. Combined Dealers Signature, new prediction aproach
  4. 2 pin game overlap
  5. VB2 rotor adjustment or changing reference time
  6. Using a metronome to play roulette vuisual prediction
  7. A couple VB2 questions
  8. Possible mistakes and traps when visually predicting roulette outcome.
  9. I have test wheel mapping
  10. New member
  11. perfect spin adequate progression.
  12. Rulet VB2 vizualna predikcija Hrvatski - Croatian
  13. Unable to downoad DOC or PDF files
  14. Rotor timing and adjustments
  15. Glory to Forester!
  16. Winning is what matters!!!!
  17. The first crusade!
  18. Reparing Ball Track To Reduce Chatter
  19. An Idea to Exploit Potential Inefficiencies In The New Cammegh Wheel Design.
  20. Step by step into VB2
  21. Dominant Diamonds
  22. VB2 ACC
  23. Different existing ways to estimate the ball
  24. going to try my first real play
  25. Learn roulette visual prediction VB2 in 21 minutes - video
  26. Tired of a metronome?
  27. Tiro
  28. How good VB2 really is!
  29. VB2 suitabale for air-flown roulette (alfastreet)?
  30. ACC, t and T question
  31. How to calculate VB2 time from video spins
  32. Myrulet Visual Prediction System VB2.
  33. Lucky shot
  34. learning vb2
  35. Evil eyes Beograd roulette system.
  36. Custom made FFV
  37. How similar does wheel speed have to be between spins to use VB2?
  38. Masterroulette vs jafco vibe
  39. Using vibration metronome for reference time and VB2.
  40. vb2 question
  41. FF and VB2
  42. @Kelly - VB2
  43. Strobe VB
  44. Experimenting with VB2
  45. VB2 question
  46. How and why does the VB2 system work
  47. Snowmans file
  48. Some observations
  49. Myrulet Visual Prediction System VB2.
  50. VB2 math - questions
How to select roulette computer?

From three roulette computers offered at how do you choose the right one?

Evolution of roulettes advantage play

Let's look at roulette game. Dealer spins wheel in one direction and ball in the other, after some spinning around the ball hits one of diamonds then drops on rotor where it continues jumping until it rests in one of 37 pockets. There are many ball rotations sometimes more sometimes less, many diamonds and many pockets with numbers. Even rotor sometimes is going faster. We assume at each spin different amount of rotations can be made, any diamond may get hit and ball may jump every time differently. It looks random, and it is if you do not know anything else and do not look for more.

Understanding roulette wheel and exploiting possibilities

Predicting roulette leveled wheel. Roulette program IQE6 vs. Acrobat. Real problems of predicting roulette.