I was curious how LS crossover develops during the spins deceleration patch using the number rings numbers.
I use each and every number on the wheel to read the marching deceleration patterns.
This way using each number on the wheel and not two fixated spots on the wheel make the patterns develop more early.
I notice that some speed is better than others and that you can predict very early.
There is three distinct crossovers that you visually can observe during three different stages during the spin deceleration path.
Is pretty fascinating that physics and their solution never grow old and stop working.
The main reason I test this was to try out a particular method, before collecting real data in the casino.