Hello everyone ,
This is my first post at the forum.
I just came back from my first gambling tour with FFA . I found some good wheels to play. At the beginning the scatter was about 2-5 pocket from the drop point . But after a while the ball was jumping too long . This thing happened a lot of times and on different wheels and on different casinos . What I noticed is that long scatter was happening when the table was empty of players and the dealer was spinning the ball continuously every 40 sec . My conclusion is that balls temperature was getting high and it caused the long long jump.
Hello everyone ,
No, look then better to the speed of the rotor and the ball.
A rouletteball is not like Usain Bolt.
An exeption is , when the ball glows, not very often
Usain Bolt is unique phenomenon by the way. Temperature affects ivory balls behavior . The scatter I am talking about is with same wheel speed ( slow ) and i notice that ,several times and on different wheels. So when the dealer spins the ball every 40-50 seconds , this increase the temperature of ball cause of abrasion and it has different behavor .
P.s don’t be so smart.
How many rotor speeds do you account for? Slow/medium/fast or what? If you permit me, ld like to advise be more precise in rotor speed astimation
[quote=“N1kk0, post:3, topic:1030”]Usain Bolt is unique phenomenon by the way. Temperature affects ivory balls behavior . The scatter I am talking about is with same wheel speed ( slow ) and i notice that ,several times and on different wheels. So when the dealer spins the ball every 40-50 seconds , this increase the temperature of ball cause of abrasion and it has different behavor .
P.s don’t be so smart. ;)[/quote]
I think we could get the best answer from people that have an own wheel,
and experianced with that circumstances.
My opinion is , it has no influence.
A lot of things can affect scater of the ball, and there are a lot of obscure teories about it… Some monitor atmosferick pressure, some prefere “watch the Qween” … some account everything from the number under the diamond, when the ball pass on its last revolution, as the scatter… l would sudjest, just keep at simple, and adjust to the current conditions. If the ball behaves sertain way, there is a whole bunch of reason for it. So, just track the wheel, till you anderstand what is going on. Don’t bet a dime, till you anderstand. As Snowman says, keep it simple and adjust.
Sergyi , I do not own a wheel but I can see a lot of wheels because I work in casino. Imagine that I observe wheels and spin the ball every day . That’s why I came to that conclusion , After to many hours of observation . And I saw it and on others casino wheels on my trip to play with my toy .
N1kko, l know that there are 7 (SEVEN) variables l do account for, then to predict the scatter (and its not counting with oils on the dealler fingers and type of spin (back/forvard…)). Normally l dont bet a dime, till make stats for at least 300 spins, anless l wanna gamble a bit… and even there l do gamble on the wheel l profiled erlier or the type of wheel/ball combo lm familiar with.
But consider following statement! !!! Casino has no reason to use ivorine ball…unless…!!! Now call your extencive experience to help you to finish the statment, if my limited understanding is not enough for you…
Btw,how do you know it was the same ball? Can you destnguish ivorine from composite for exemple, are you shure it was the same size of ball? Wich part of the world did you see it? Ivorine… hm… sounds promissing! !!!
all the casinos i have visit in the past in europe (more than 20) they were all using ivory balls , teflon balls are easier for predictions i think . i have met recently teflon balls on illegal small club in my country but i can’t play there . i saw o;d wheels with only one dd and almost no scatter …but….
300 spins is about 15 hours observation with many different conditions .
Exactly! Its needed to anderstand the wheel!!!.. 15 hours is a bit exajerated… depends on the casino. If you wanna be serios about playing, take your time to get data, no data-no play. Every wheel is a different wheel, but there can be some similarities… when you can see similarities on different wheels… hm… its GOOD!