Determining bias?


#41

Hi

I’m a newbie and hope that I can help some of you.

My idea of spotting bias. This is for the wheel, single 0

Write numbers from 0 to 26 in a line. Left to right. Mark the amount of number sectors you want to check.
Keep score from top to bottom. On every spin write the number under sector. Between the hits for a sector take last
spin number subtract the last and the you’ve got a spin amount for hitting sector.

I will use 9 number sector. clock wise from the 0. The … are for the numbers between the others. You can even number
the area 1 / 2 / 3 / 4

            0,32, ... 17,34 || 6,27,...23,10 || 5,24,.. 31,9 || 22,18...3,26
  1. 14 14
  2. 15 15
  3. 22 22
  4. 28 28 {1}
  5. 32 32 {3}
  6. 19 19 {1}
  7. 21 21 {1}
  8. 14 14 {7}
  9.  6                                  6
    
  10. 31 31 {2}
  11. 13 13 {2}
  12. 19 19 {5}
  13. 2          2  {1}
    
  14. 10 10 {3}
  15. 29 29{11}
  16. 23 23 {2}
  17. 10 10 {1}
  18. 9                                                             9 {8}
    
  19. 20 20 {1}
  20. 8 8 {3}
  21. 1 1 {2}
  22. 19 19{9}
  23. 33 33 {2}
  24. 29 29{9}
  25. 0 0 {3}
  26. 24 24{3}
  27. 20 20 {1}
  28. 9 9 {1}
  29. 12 12 {5}
  30. 25 25 {5}

Will this help for determining bias?

Number and its neighbor seems to hit when the sector hit.

Cheers


#42

Not my place to give advice here. Just wondering why you would want
to split the wheel into sectors as opposed to calling it one whole sector
and letting any information you collect indicate any possible areas of
interest?


#43

Thank you for the input on my query guys.

It didn’t take long to figure it myself that it won’t make a good bet to follow those 19 n sector
I did test it for a day with minimal stakes (fortunately the min bet on the inside numbers is as low as 0.0025 euro lol.

At the end of the day I had a loss of just about the expectation on a random bets.

The more I shop around for a beatable Air Ball Machine wheel the more discouraged I get.

Most of the AB machines around do change their rotor speed after NMB is called or
if they do not then the NMB itself is pretty early in the spin (too early even for VB2).

So no ground for VB skills applying except for a HDS which a have had used for a while with reasonable success.

I’m eager to get my head around the causes and reasoning for a biased wheel to be quickly and clearly spotted and labeled as one.

Because almost ALL of the ABM I’m stumbling on are probably being out of maintenance for a long while if ever (judging by their overall look,dust,debris et.c.t.)

The way I see it there is no way a wheel in such condition can remain as random as it has to be,so I’m now constantly looking for
clues and “patterns” on the wheel such as if the ball has made a “path” for itself which it likes to travel by more often than it should.

But to be honest I’m beginning to think that for example with sports betting (bonus bagging and arbing) is far more easy to profit and more consistently too.

I have done some bonus bagging for a short while and it worked pretty well,but you need a much bigger bankroll for successful arbing though.

Haven’t gave up on roulette yet,no,no :slight_smile:

But it just makes me angry and a bit desperate when while truing my best all I can do is just break even or worse for a long period of time now.


#44

No one ever said it would be easy! Everyone one of us have been super frustrated at one time or another. You can’t be an AP without perseverance, they go hand in hand.