Hello everyone, thanks in advance to those who read. I did a research on this forum and it seems to me that many here can comment on an idea.
I practiced around 150 hours with different visual methods, all on live online roulette. I mostly do the sessions with an Excel spreadsheet where I measure the position differences between two temporal points. The final point is always the result, and the starting point is varied according to “the method”.
The one that convinces me the most so far is the following:
Suppose I can determine when one revolution is in 1 second. As soon as this condition is met, I observe the number under a diamond (always the same) and load that number in Excel. Then I write down the number that came up.
That pair of numbers (initial and final) has a certain separation, which is graphed. A point is not plotted, but with a margin of ±3 positions relative to it, since those will be bet. The width would be 7 consecutive numbers in that case.
After a certain number of shots I can get something like this, with three different widths (number of numbers played: 3, 6, 9):
Roughly, if a triangle is generated, the center point will be the midpoint of the bet.
First, I get a delta of 15 and 0 (end - start). In the case of 0, it means that I read the same number that came out.
For this reason, I am looking to bet on the maximum of the curve obviously.
This can be seen as a scatter analyzer depending on which method you use. One could be VB2 obviously, I recommend trying it. Lately I proceed as follows:
- Determine an average rotor speed according to the dealer. Record the first 6 Δs and average the measured rotation time for each shot. Suppose it gives 6.5 sec.
- I observe at what speed the rotor starts. If it is between 6 and 7 seconds, I proceed (possible variation of this rule).
- When spinning starts, I have an imaginary click every time the ball passes through a certain diamond, any, but always the same.
- When I detect that approximately one second passes between clicks, I read the number in the chosen diamond. This is because according to my experience, that is to say the roulette wheels that I play, when this condition occurs, around 11 ± 0.9 seconds pass until the ball begins to fall. Of course somehow there must be a certain trend; not necessarily a dominant diamond.
- I write down that initial number in Excel and it generates the curve.
The Excel has 5 columns that are used to simulate bets and also make them online:
1: Signature: this is because I started considering the number that came out as the initial number (wrong). I note according to the chosen width the central (or maximum) number of the curve, if that triangular shape is generated.
2 to 5 are automatically generated.
2: BET: The position to bet on automatically appears there. Numbered from 0 to 37, starting from 0 in a clockwise direction.
3: RESULT: Result of the bet (1 if you win, -1 if you don’t).
4: ACUM: measured in chips, but partial accumulator according to the bet width.
5: ACCUM. Accumulated sum starting at 0 (positive → amount of chips won).
I hope you can try it. The results so far are positive with about a 10% win on 412 total shots, 157 played, 286 chips won, with a margin of 286/(157*7)=26%.
I would like to know how it works for others. For now we are positive, with enthusiasm and anxiety. I’ll keep you posted if the method still stands or not. Suggestions and tests would already help.
- Scattering is highly dependent on rotor speed. I suggest setting an average speed, and playing 40% of the shots or less perhaps.
- Boxes can be added or subtracted quickly if the initially estimated rotor speed varies a bit. If the average is 7.7 cells per second, I add or subtract around 3 or 4 on some occasions. Do not get to 7 because that implies a variation of 1 sec in the rotor, enough to lose the triangular shape.
- The BI column is automatically generated and corresponds to the plot. You can delete values if you prefer not to plot a certain shot. For example, those that end up spinning indefinitely in the rotor after having passed the diamonds.
- If the spin alternates direction, simply use two sheets.
- You can try to vary the observation time to less than one second. It would be nice to get it, although I understand precision in how much the rotor turns more or less is resigned to an error in the reading (by measuring before, the more time the rotor spends turning). I think the key is to estimate as accurately as possible the initial velocity of the rotor. I find in my case that counting down to plus or minus a second is not as difficult as quickly estimating how fast the rotor is turning.
I hope it is useful, I would like to know if it helped anyone.
Best regards from Argentina
Scattering Analyzer V1.xlsx (244,9 KB)