I spent some more time with the Acrobat 6 way for correcting roulette players mistakes in timing the ball.
So I made some charts to visually see the result.
Here I picked few spins but shifted them in time, so they do not overlap each other.
Firstly I set the computer to not make any corrections, saved the data then I corrected the set spins and compared the data.
Dotted lines show spins without corrections.
Full lines are when the system makes corrections.
For the next chart form 40 spins, I picked some with high acceleration, some middle range and some with low ACC.
The ACC ranges in the system’s values from -72 blue to 90 red which could be 2 ball rotations difference. We can see it is the slight angle difference marked with dotted lines on the highest and lowest ACC spins.
The Acrobat 6 with defined spins acceleration and control signals with each ball rotations is the only roulette computer program that can help the player to detect the change on a roulette wheel and adapt to the new conditions.