Somewhere in this section I was already writing about this. I tried to find it and after 5 minutes I could find it I found only something as “in this section there is an explanation”.

Making adjustments for rotor is important task, without it is almost impossible to play. There is many ways to do it with better or worst results but I like the most my way.

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Some people use stop watch to measure time rotor makes. Without going in to details by my opinion it is not very good way, converting rotor movement to time then converting time back to rotor movement differences is not natural.
Some people may use reference time let’s say 2 seconds and observe how much rotor made then map it on cards using it in future spins. It may be rotor made 25 pockets after 5 rotations the ball will be at number xx. It is a slow method it needs to be mapped for every wheel , every bal combination and every moment of prediction. In addition if timer is used the timer doesn’t always start at particular diamond therefore noticing if the rotor made 20 or 27 pockets can be a problem.
When I play I observe only the difference rotor makes. The difference is in pockets, same as adjustment should be, so there is no conversation to time or any more complicated calculation required.
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For example on the wheel I play within 2 sec reference time the rotor makes mostly 18 pockets (1/2 wheel).

When timer gives first vibration I notice the position of #0 against diamonds, and then transfer my sight to opposite side waiting for zero to arrive and for 2 sec vibration to happen. The rotor may make 3 additional pockets. So it makes 18 +3 =21. I do not care for 21, all I need is 3 pockets difference.

If my prediction is about 10 seconds before then the ball drops, it means it is 5 times longer than the reference time I use to observe for rotor change (10s/2s=5s). For that reason my multiplying factor is 5.

Applying it to spotted difference it makes 3 x 5=15 pockets.

It means the ball will drop on a number which is 15 pockets further in ball direction from number on which the ball drops if the rotor was making ½ of rotation.

This approach doesn’t require anything to remember, it is very flexible and adaptable to all kind of wheels or balls. If the player wants to play 12 sec before then the ball drops all he does is to use multiplying factor 6.

What if instead of 5 he uses multiplying factor 6?

Then he will have error of difference the rotor made.

If in 2 sec the rotor made 4 extra pockets then he will have 4 pockets error.

4 x 5 =20

4 x 6 = 24

The difference is 24-20=4