Hello everyone and thanks for replying!
Well, as my nick says, i’m a newbie bias player. That was the first wheel i was studying and this is why i don’t really know how to do with this.
First i’ve collected more than 8000 spins and i had a balanced results… This is the data clockwise and anti clockwise file attached.
I went there back and recorded 2760 spins anti clockwise, because clockwise direction showed a balanced result after 600 spins.
The anti clockwise showed a supposed bias for a long time with a Chi square above 60 and a sector of 7 numbers at 3.4 sd if i remember well, but suddenly yesterday after entered 500 spins more anti clockwise, i had a 44 chi square and a balanced result.
I’ve checked the wheel and there is still residue in the pocket, still dust on the rotor (so the wheel hasn’t been cleaned) and the ball scatter seems to be the same. :o that was probably just random or conditions have probably changed.
The wheel is a Caro. There is no wood. The fret are oblique on the rotor side and flat on the number side and are quite high. I tried to find a picture of the wheel on the net but i can’t find it.
What should i use to test numbers a bit more safely? Because even if this wheel is balanced, i have noticed another wheel Cammegh Mercury 360 with a lot of deep scratch on the rotor. If i can find a way to take a picture i’ll post it.
Have a good day
data clockwise and anti clockwise.txt (29.1 KB)
—data a. clockwise.txt (10.1 KB)