# Roulette wheel conditions

Hi,

If you go to the casino and stand by a wheel to check its conditions, can you go home afterwards to calculate everything and apply the best method to play the next day, or will the conditions for a wheel change, lets say, every day?
Thanks

This won’t work for the most part.

I saw them take the whole wheel out from a table/location in one of my local casinos

I have no idea if they put the same one back or were replacing it OR if they did this regularly and switched existing wheels regularly or once in a while?

BUT, more practically speaking, you can’t expect the same ball to be used; the same “type” of ball to be used etc

You can’t expect the same speed of the ball due to things like dust or cleaning fluids on the track, oils etc on the croupiers’ fingers etc

It has been said that atmospheric pressure can change the ball’s actions.

You basically have to watch for a while - uninterrupted - to verify that major variables [like a change of balls] haven’t changed.

Forester has stated that things can change even if the ball isn’t changed over a short period of an hour or a few hours.

It’s best to play based on the conditions of the day you are playing. Previous days can be referred to if certain things don’t make sense. But don’t expect monday to be the same as thursday.

Well then, how can you, for example, use VB2 in a casino?
If you have to calculate reference time etc in your mind except a calculator or something…

What method do you guys use ?
Thanks a lot

I don’t use VB2 myself, but for my VB I just measure the conditions and decide how beatable the wheel is. If I think it’s beatable and I have been making good predictions, then I will give it a shot. Conditions are temporary, so you do have to pay attention to them. Perfecting a VB method is a matter of putting in the hours to practice. The more you practice the better you will get. Choose the method that is most comfortable and works for you.

Roulette Sense,

(VB) Don’t kill yourself trying to track every one of the small parameters from air pressure, to humidity. Keep it simple and practical.
Adjust to the current conditions as best as you can. Curve fit to the most recent conditions, rather than what happened three months ago.

There’s what you can do on paper, and then there’s what actually works in the casino. Rule of thumb is to keep it as simple as possible when actually playing in the casino, even if it means playing at a slightly lower edge.

Lastly, don’t over analyze small samples of data. This is a very common mistake that many players make.

I really like Forester’s VB2. He and Bebediktus have really done a great deal of work perfecting it.

-Snowman

[quote=“Snowman, post:6, topic:933”]I really like Forester’s VB2. He and Bebkitus have really done a great deal of work perfecting it.

-Snowman[/quote]

It is not Bebkitus but Bebediktus.

Yes, he helps me a lot with everything.
Apparently he does nothing else in life except playing roulette.
As such he contributes a lot in ideas and testing but imagine all demand he gives me :-X.

[quote=“RouletteSense, post:4, topic:933”]Well then, how can you, for example, use VB2 in a casino?
If you have to calculate reference time etc in your mind except a calculator or something…

What method do you guys use ?
Thanks a lot[/quote]

I know the traditional methods but only use vb2.

You do not have work out reference time every spin or at all for that matter.

Okay, so what other methods are there?
So far I only heared of VB2…
And so far i get it, you have to calculate referencetime in milliseconds, how will you be able to do that?
If you are a few pockets out everytime then you will make a loss i guess?