What about this wheel?

John huxley

Ball track not very smooth around 9-6 o,ocloock diamond. Dominant diamond 3.00
Results from 6-9 p.m
4 3.oclock diamond
7 -11 d
17-3 oc d
24- 7
15-9oc d
26-9 oc d
6 -3 oc d
34- 11 oc d
13- 6 oc d
7- 3 oc d
28- 7 oc d
18-11 oc d
7-11 oc d
3- 12 oclock d
34- 9 oc d
22- 1 oc d
24 9 oc d
28- 3 oc d
10. 12 oc d
6- 12 oc d
6- 3 oc d
0- 3 oc d
24 -6 oc d
9- 1 oc d
34- 3 oc d
29- 7 oc d
19- 6 oc d
14- 12 oc d
14-12 oc d
33- 9 oc d
24-12 oc d
4- 9 oc d
23- 3 oc d
7- 3 oc d
34- 3 oc d
31- 3 oc d
24- 3 oc d
4- 3 oc d
6- 9 oc d
21- 6 oc d
24-3 oc d
12- 7 oc d
9- 12 oc d
1-12 oc d
33- 1 oc d
3- 7 oc d
27- 9 oc d
8-6 oc d
2-3 oc d
11-9 oc d

Will add more later

The numbers above do not change much its only the sequence but almost same numbers.
The ball once it hits 3 ic diamond only travels around 4-6 pocket s. The ball which did not bounce arested k,in the pockets too easily

I am not sure what your data represents and what you want to acheave.
At start you have only numbers
Then you have

17-3 oc d
24- 7

I assume you want to say the ball hits number 17 at3 o’clock diamond,
In such case you can’t get much form data , you could easier count on each d.

Or perhaps you want to say it jumps 17 pockets when it hits 3 o’clock.
Then you should use XL and sort the data to see how the ball jumps from each diamond and how all together looks.

I will share this sheet i made ages ago before i used Scotts analyse tool. It appears that many newbees is attacking all kind of info from all angles but without getting the proper data, nor knows what to do with it. Track some dry spins from videos and dont start out in the casino before you are able to fill in all spaces in the coloumns to the left when only watching the spin 1 time. See if you are able to make a conclusion in the coloumns to the right from the data you get in the coloumns to the left.

It doesnt needs much explanation. The 4 coloumns to the right is for “on site analysis” so you might wanna take advantage of something right away. Rotor speed is in my analysis just the number that appears 1.0 sec. after zero has passed some reference point. If for instance number 13 comes exactly 1 sec after zero i just “not” down 13 under rotor speed. Its roughly 3,3 sec pr rev. but i dont need that info during tracking which is complicated enough as it is. All speeds that has 13 is the same speed anyway. Make sure you don`t mix up right and left throws in this procedure. A 13 will be 14 when the rotor is counter.

PS: Reference number in the coloumn is NOT in connection with rotor speed. That is the number im reading under some reference point which you can relate to the outcome number.

Imagine you collect all rotor speeds with number 13 and you find that the outcome number when the ball reaches the exit point is always located roughly 5 - 12 pockets to the right of your reference point/number. Next time you see a “13” rotor speed, you look 8 - 9 pockets to the right of your reference point instedad and read that number and bet x-2-2 (5er sector). Or where ever the peak is located in that 7 number sector.

Just an example. In reality it might be a bigger spread, maybe even an unplayable spread.

But now you know which data to look for before you ask for an opinion.

Good to have kelly back , do you have different sound patterns of ball speed which l can listen to on my mp3 or anyone else?

The reason is in live casino it will make things easier if l am ONE with ball. Just like through the sound of a instrumental music l can recognize the name of the song and lyrics. So we can do the same in roullete with ball speed, my eyes will be able to deal with the rotor speed easily whilst l know that through facts at certain speeds if ball hits any certain diamond how far it would be able to go.

If l am able to distinguish the speed by just listening l would be a beast.

No, there is no mysterious sound pattern. You are better off with a pulse watch or a thumper. On some wheels you CAN hear the ball exit revoloution as a sound change in ball noise, but you also need to know what you are going to do when you realise that the ball is entering that particular revoloution. Im not sure you are quite there yet.

My experince is that you can use sound as part of not starring into the wheel to much and glance at the wheel a moment before the ball divide or witch you might call the key revolution.
Personally i can not use sound alone - but as part of my way of play - witch make me starring less into the wheel or more then nessery.

It’s great if you are at a dead table on a Wednesday. Damn near impossible to do on a Friday or Saturday though.