Why did I predict pretty accurate for a period of time. Then it changed to exactly opposite my prediction on the wheel. So if my prediction was 0 then the result was 5. This lasted for quite a long time. Obviously I just changed to opposite my prediction.
This is very interesting.
Most people trying to hide it but it is reality and you spotted it very well.
It is nothing to do with any system.
Things on wheel change. Last rotation is very sensitive, only small differences may cause one extra rotation or not. Even FFA can’t do it right all the time.
What people are talking is more a theory under perfect conditions.
You also could have some otherproblems.
With VB2 you must be careful to not make to late predictions.
After ball speed drops about 1s per rotation vb2 start losing linearity therefore if after some time you start predicting when ball speed is more like 1.4 s it can happen.
But can be many other things.
Did your drop point shift or it was final result, because the ball was jumping differently? Did you make proper rotor adjustments?
In usual people say oh it is so easy, rotor is constant.
Reality is not like that. Observing rotor change in 1.2 sec or 2 sec especially when counting is not very accurate. One pockets difference in observation may cause 10 pockets difference to the end if prediction is early.
Of course if you predicting 5 sec before then the ball drops it is easier( as in Jafco’s system) , but you lose on flexibility there is a big difference to predict 5 or 15 sec before then ball drops.