The ten finals group of numbers are:

0, 10, 20, 30.

1, 11, 21, 31.

2, 12, 22, 32.

3, 13, 23, 33.

4, 14, 24, 34.

5, 15, 25, 35.

6, 16, 26, 36.

7, 17, 27.

8, 18, 28.

9, 19, 29.

The numbers in the groups tend to follow each other in a random yet frequent manner. Systems have been developed around this concept so I have no claims on this except for my enthusiasm at developing a sound system based on these number groups.

Palestis, you created a working system based on a 38 spin cycle where the finals are recorded and the least hit finals are bet (up to four finals). I ran a few short tests and was surprised by the positive outcome.

Kav suggested playing only one final (3 or 4 numbers). Reyth also showed interest in betting few numbers. This would be flat betting. I second this viewpoint. Play few numbers flat betting if possible. If a progression is at all used, it must be a very soft one.

I have taken a list of about 150 numbers; I know it's too short to come to any conclusions but never-the-less I had to start looking at this to see if I can find some way of playing an active rewarding game. The numbers are divided into 18 number lotts. The first 18 numbers are used to track and establish your game. An X is placed next to each final that hits and the finals with the most hits are played for 18 spins. One or two finals is perfect but three is also okay. The one test I did showed zero and six as dominant and in the 18 spins I had ten hits.

I know this doesn't prove too much but playing on single numbers with a 35-1 return and only playing a few numbers is worth the effort.

Another approach I tried was to take the two most recent finals and play them for 12 spins or a win whichever is first. My average win rate was 7 games out of 38 spins. I tried with three and four finals but I'm not crazy about betting too many numbers with a progression.

I must state that I have faith in Palestis and knowing that he has experience with finals including his own system tells me that I am on the right track. Thank you Palestis.

I look forward to your input.