The biased wheel attack is a strategy to beat the roulette wheel by attacking its inevitable physical imperfections. It is quite impossible for man to create a perfect machine. The roulette wheel is made from wood and metal and subject to wear and tear over time. Further the wheel is operated by a human who may also add to the imperfect running of the wheel. Further, roulette wheels are incredibly expensive machines and casinos will be willing to accept small imperfections to get longer life out of each wheel (as long as they don’t detect anyone making systematic profit from those imperfections!)
The perfect roulette wheel needs to be flawlessly balanced, the pockets uniformly surfaced and structured, the frets uniformly resilient and resistant to wear, and the dealers incapable of consciously or unconsciously controlling the ball. It is quite impossible for an active wheel to remain perfect over the long run, rather it is quite natural for the wheel to deviate from perfectly random outcomes more and more over the long run. A slight groove invisible to the human eye will be enough to cause the ball to drop more in one position more than others. Over time as the groove becomes more travelled becomes more deeper and deeper. That is, small imperfections are likely to grow more reliable over time.
The biased wheel strategy seeks to find these imperfections and exploit the subsequent positive odds from certain outcomes on biased wheels.
Biased wheels cannot have obvious defects that are able to be detected by traditional inspections and tune ups. They are by nature invisible to the human eye. You need to find them statistically, by clocking the wheel. This involves observing a wheel and recording observations. You can then see if the actual odds differ greatly from the expected probability of a perfect wheel. That is, on a European roulette wheel you should see each number to come up around 1 in 37. The House pays 1 to 35, so numbers that come up more often that 1 in 35 would have a positive expected value.
ADVICE ON EXECUTION
You need to decide on what degree observed of bias you are willing to accept before committing a large chunk of your bankroll on an attack. Some people will only accept at least 1 in 25 others might be happy with 1 in 30. The more bias you want, the less likely your actually going find a wheel with that much bias but on the flip side the more bias observed reduces the ;monetary risk with the attack and the faster you will accumulate profits. On the other extreme, a bias of only 1 in 34 is probably too tight to make a decent profit and may more likely be short term deviation
While bias wheel attacks are not illegal, casinos will use their right to refuse entry on some trivial grounds to stop your attack. If they are cunning, they may switch wheels in anticipation of a bias wheel attack.
You will also need to know the casino’s own schedule for wheel maintenance and possibly rotation. You want to start clocking just after maintenance and continue until the next maintenance. If you have a way of definitely identifying a specific roulette wheel, it may be interesting to see if potential bias continues after a regular maintenance check.
This is more a hint, but I do have a variation on the standard clocking. I cannot give it away but the way casinos are checking for wheel bias themselves does not match the actual operations of the roulette game. If you can work this out, you will find a big gap between the casino’s own bias wheel checks and finding actual imperfections in wheels.
Carrying out a successful bias wheel attack requires a lot of patience, cunning and skill. It may not give you the high of being on a hot rush, but when you walk out of a casino after getting away with such an attack you will have quite a different high. It is worth it for those willing try. Remember, with casino’s knowing about the potential for bias wheel attacks, you have quite a short window of opportunity between maintenance of the wheels so you need to be quite organized and ready to move quickly. Also, be satisfied with having a few big winning sessions. If you are too showy or get marked you will quickly find yourself on a blacklist.
Biased Wheel Attacks do have certain limitations. For example ,
If a wheel uses a starburst seperator it’s virtually impossible to find a pocket bias since the pockets are one continous fret that is solid and remain solid. However, the good news is that it still doesn’t rule out a possible sector bias or ball track bias too as long as it’s not a Saturn Wheel.
On the Saturn wheel, it’s virtually impossible to find a ball track bias because the ball track is made of velstone which incorporates a near indestructible material. However, the good news is that it still doesn’t rule out a possible sector bias or pocket bias too as long as the wheel doesn’t use a starburst seperator.
Other than that, if you are just targeting out regular John Huxley wheels, with traditional pocket seperators, THAN IT IS OPEN SEASON. But be careful, because if you do too much standing around for hours at a time taking notes on these types of wheels, you might get yourself thrown out or black listed - - or they’ll probably just switch the wheel on you after you leave especially if you had a winning session.
So learn to find certain marks on the wheels you are tracking and record them in your notebook especially once you’ve uncovered a biased wheel. If there are marks on the rotor, it is even better. The overwhelming majority of biases are caused by wear and/or defects on the rotor. That’s one of the real reasons they keep the wheel constantly moving, to try and stop you from noticing these marks on the rotor . It is possible, especially in European casinos, that casino employees might move rotors from one table to another without moving the wheel.
In any case, I hope you found this a useful introduction to biased wheel attacks. Good luck with your bias wheel attack!