I’ve just recently started to really read up on advantage play…in particular, VB. I’m going to type out below the things I would do upon arriving at the casino in the order I would do them. Then, after that, I ask a couple of questions (and your answers would be extremely helpful and appreciated).
So, I arrive at the casino. The first thing I do is look for wheels that show characteristics that might say to me “that wheel might have some sort of bias”. For this example lets say I find one.
Next, I begin to track spins to see if the wheel has a DD or at least a dominant drop zone (a quarter or at least half of the wheel). Again, lets say for this example I find that as well.
Now, I begin to determine what the key revolution is.
QUESTION: From what I’ve read, I understand the “key revolution” to be the revolution that tells me “hey, that ball is going to drop from the track in X seconds when it hits the DD”. If it does fall from the track in X seconds because it hit the DD, then I have determined the key revolution. Am I correct…or is that not even close to what a key revolution is?
Alright, now that I’ve determined the key revolution (if I am correct in everything I’ve said above) I now note the number directly under the DD on the key revolution. Then, I see where the ball finally comes to rest (and I see how accurate my predictions are).
Obviously, my predictions would change based on what speed the rotor is rotating at and I would make adjustments accordingly. But, basically, is what I’ve said up until this point at least sort of accurate?