Let’s call it Combined Dealers Signature.
This is kind of visual prediction i never played but I like it and believe it may be effective.
I discuss it with one of members; it is the way he successfully played for some time, its combination of DS and myrulet E2 system made simple. Good idea from him and I believe after some analyses and practice I may start using it.
We all know basic DS.
Dealer throws ball from number “x” ball stops at number “y” distance from “x” to “y” is our DS value we expect the dealer to do always same distance.
On levelled wheel this has no chance to work, on a wheel with some degree of tilt it may work the point is how to make it work better.
(If you need more information there are detailed explanations on forum just search)
For that we need to understand factors that may change our DS value.
Of course it is ball spin strength and rotor speed. Since from start of spin we may have 15 to 25 sec if rotor is one pocket per sec faster it will change our outcome by 15-25 pockets.
So at first place is to get rotor adjustments right.
For simple explanation let’s say the dealer spins each spin 18 sec. long.
Rotor is 6 sec per rotation.
We need timer as FFZ has, and in such case the best would be to adjust it to 6 sec time intervals triggered by switch.
Dealer spins and at our DD diamond we have zero , we start the timer and after 6 seconds we get zap and rotor made a full ACW rotation. So we read zero as our reference number. In next 2x6sec rotor will make additional 2 rotations. Ball will hit DD and drop at zero.
Dealer spins and at our DD diamond we have zero , we start the timer and after 6 seconds we get zap and rotor made 5 pockets less. So it comes to number 28. Since 6 sec is 1/3 of spin and in that time rotor made 5 pockets less we can say that in next 6 sec it will make additional 6 less pockets and in last 6 sec. again 5 sec. Now we come to point as we play E2. We just multiply by 3 changes that we see on rotor. We started at 0, after 6 sec rotor is at 28 from zero to 28 is 5 pockets ACW, we add 5 for next 6 sec (we are at #9) and additional 5 for last 6 sec. and we get #33.
It is same adjustment as we do with E2 if you have problem understanding read about E2 it’s really simple and with this we do not need to use ball but only to observe changes on rotor. Of course in real game we will not count pockets just observe angle form 2 numbers and add it 2 times in direction we see it.
Most visual prediction use only 1-2 sec to time the rotor, even if we use timer for that we are not very accurate especially if we are predicting earlier in time, as with VB2.
Here we use 6 sec, it is long time and it gives us accurate readings. If spin is 18 sec we still have remaining 12 to place bets.
Alternatively we can set time to ¼ of spins total time (4.5 sec).
Then we need to add angle 3 times. But this setting lets us have something else and we can avoid adding angles.
If we start with particular number at vertical diamond then when we get zap we look position of our starting number within 2 vertical diamonds. Where actual distance of 9.25 pockets (we can say 9) represents full wheel rotation.
For example we start at zero at 12 o clock diamond and after zap zero is at position right in between ANY 2 vertical diamonds. It means opposite of zero, if it passes one diamond by ¼ it is ¼ of the wheel etc.
~4 sec. is still ok to observe rotor even if we predicting earlier. Because of easier observation It may be good idea to select time that also matches closely to time of one rotor rotations.
Of course this all is great if dealers spin the ball with same strength as in this example 18 sec long spin.
But what to do if he doesn’t and how to control it to be sure we are doing right thing.
Since we are using relatively long time to clock the rotor when we start timer we can simply count rotations.
For example in 6 sec of rotor timing we may count 10 rotations.
Next spin 10, next 10… then comes spin with 11 rotations.
We know that now ball is a bit faster spin will be longer. We can skip it or adjust.
What exactly one extra rotation means, I do to know exactly for now but definitely ball will travel for some time until it comes to 18 sec to the end so if ball is in CW direction and if we predicted #0 we can say if we started 1-2 sec later we would read 25 or 36 (somewhere there).
We actually need to convert differences of rotations in to time and approximate rotor movement for that change in time.