I test a old school visual ballistic pattern or cross over with Donna Amon Cammegh Wheel.
This is not VB and more a signature or a fuzzy deceleration pattern.
The main idea is to use little physics with out getting into advance predictions.
Main idea was inspired from Laruance Scott two cross over patterns, but not as pure visual ballistic solution.
Main idea was to see if there is a signature or pattern during the deceleration of the ball that can be used to get distance from visual read to drop being constant.
Now this does not work if you pick any vertical deflector as your reference deflector.
You need to watch Donna Amon wheel and determine the dominant drop zone to decide what will be the main reference deflector.
First i have to tell you how i memorize the wheel into sectors of three numbers.
I list each sector with a key number that help me to categorize the numbers distance.
For example sector 0 is 26 0 32 15 and sector 1 is 19 4 21 and so on.
- 26 0 32 15
- 19 4 21
- 2 25 17
- 34 6 27
- 13 36 11
- 30 8 23
- 10 5 24
- 16 33 1
- 20 14 31
- 9 22 18
- 29 7 28
- 12 35 3
Everyone memorize wheel and know number order on number ring different - this is my way.
So when i see number 19 below deflector when ball is over it i know i have sector 1.
And if there is beginning of spin i know next number below deflector on next lap will be sector 4 or 5.
Where one of the numbers 13 36 11 or 30 8 23 will be below deflector when ball is over it for next round.
I assume you start getting the picture, so each time a the ball is over the deflector and there is a new lap/round with a new number i get a sector into my head and can follow the deceleration of the ball using sectors with three numbers and see the distance of numbers between each deceleration round/lap.
Now when two sectors are oppisite of each other on the wheel the ball made one full rotation and rotor made one half rotation, in a perfect world we would see such patterns, as Laurance Scott cross over pattern.
But hes pattern has a range between tight pattern, medium pattern and wide pattern.
So when i test this idea i could see two oppiste patterns emerge, but not in exact oppiste of each other.
Sometimes a direct match and other times missing with one sector or two or three numbers.
Reason can be ball speed duration on the ball track or that ball end up between two sectors and you don¨’t know how to read number before or after.
But this does not matter because deceleration pattern before ball/rotor reach a state where they cross you have larger gaps and distance between sectors.
So when two sectors emerge being oppisite of each other i count the remaining laps to drop to see if i get constant distance.
I got 9 laps to end with most samples and some missing with one lap.
So the deceleration laps is sectors of three numbers - not time.
I write two dots where the first indication of a oppisite pattern match
First sample is sectors 4 and 9 this is not a perfect match as the perfect match would be 3 and 9 with the number 34 6 27 - 9 22 18
If you count the left deceleration patterns so are they nine laps to drop
Next sample has sectors 5 and 10 and is not a perfect match and a prefect match would be 4 and 10 with the numbers 13 36 11 - 29 7 28
This sample also has nine laps to end
My point is that if you can predict and tell left distance with nine laps using old and fuzzy cross over patterns then it should exist many more advance ways to tell distance from A to B using wheel signature or light VB