Im interested in reading this article, any chance you can point me in the direction of any credible info really.
Oh I should just reiterate, i am just a novice who’s decided it’s time to get serious. I’m pretty hungry for any info which may help my game and understanding of the physics.
Maybe when i put that theory up i overlooked some variable or something, maybe i just didn’t make my line of thinking clear.
Firstly, i shouldn’t have said clockwise/anti clockwise, i think this could lead to confusion as to what im saying.
Secondly, is that a word? lol? i think it’s variable you would only take into consideration if your betting at a table where you have to lay your bets out before the spin, online perhaps.
Thirdly, now that’s definetely not a word, but hell, if the yanks can invent words, so can i. Im not talking about left hand or right hand dominant, because it depends on whether it’s a left hand or right hand table, which hand is being used to spin, which, incidently is yet another variable 1 might factor in if forced to play a particular way. Anyway when a dealer spins the ball, if spun forward, its a flick or roll of the wrist, when spun back, maybe its not as fluid a movement, it’s still a flick or roll of the wrist, just back the other direction. but is it as accurate. If, and i say if, it becomes apparent while watching or playing this is the case, then its possible to increase your chance of swinging the odds by only betting when the dealer spins a particular direction. My thinking is, if your playing a game where you can’t lay your bets out after the ball has been spun, and you know the dealer isn’t as accurate spinning in a particular direction, and you decide that’s when you place your, for example 15 number section bet, then you theoretically can increase you chance of beating him, and winning.
Just a theory.