How can time frame cycles help when playing roulette
Roulette is very difficult to master as a professional gambler and often luck plays a part so major, that we often remove ourselves from the winning equation. Sure you can throw bets down like there is no tomorrow, you can side place the table and you can even use a martingale system if that helps. But, before all of that, there is something we can do that will cost us nothing.
Observation of time frame cycles can be a great aid to directional thinking when involved in online roulette and whilst prediction is impossible, guessing lines if you like, can be improved for personal advantage. Every time a roulette table goes about its function, with the ball in full flight, this is a time frame and every time the ball lands on a number, this is the cycle.
So how can we use both together?
Studying roulette movement over time
Whilst you can join all the other gamblers and just go for it, using this method before hand can sway your favour just slightly, so its worth developing this procedure like habit.
Ok so then, it’s time to move up a level and to begin thinking like a more professional casino player. It will require one spin to find your marker, which will then show you how the time frame cycle is playing out.
Ok then, we have our first bet and we take note of where the ball lands after its first time base. This is important as your first bet sets the bench mark for any future observations that are about to take place. Ok now then, lets say the ball has landed on 20, note that in roulette every next number will be immediately opposite on the wheel, so 21 will be adjacent on the other side of the wheel directly opposite.
Ok keep 20 in your head and its position on the board, that is 32 to the right and seven to the left. Now, every next bet will provide you with a resultant of a time frame cycle, because your first bet, the 20, now becomes the reference.
Using the reference in roulette time frame cycle observation
Ok, so we have our 20, and our next bet is about the happen, the roulette wheel spins and our observation goes into practice. Lets now say for instance that the ball lands on 3, for our first resultant, the ball has landed six places to the left of 20. This now tells me, that if i bet on a number in that section of the board between 20 and 3, i have only a 7/1 chance of hitting that section of the board and the odds that 20 and 3 will come up again, puts that down even further.
So basically, i can leave that section of the board alone. Over time, you’ll learn to do this really quickly as you’ll improve with practice.
I now place my next bet directly opposite to the last result, therefore on 4, which is directly over from 3 which was our last winning position. As I’m certain that the other section of the board is not going to be hit due to those odds mentioned previously, its likely that the new landing zone will be around my number. This is based on statistics as apposed to mathematics.
Now, lets say the next number that comes in is 33, two over from my number, we missed it, but there’s still plenty of time. What i now do, is count that number back to my original reference, the 20. I can now pretty much divide the wheel in two, my last 2 bets were placed in this half and the last two results were also in this half. So yes, my next bet is in the other section of the board.
What i do now is keep repeating this with singular bets, its almost like your sweeping the board, but were as other players throw random shots in the dark. You are holding a reference in the back of your mind, which statistically, if closing down the board and over seeking odds.
Your chances of hitting will be improved dramatically.
Time base cycles and observation, are valuable assets in randomised games like roulette tables and slot machines.