Nice leowls, it looked relatively generic to me, exactly as you described, but I only watched a few minutes.

The problem you run into is that whenever I've done hot number research using real spins from single tables you can get positive runs that last for thousands of spins...which is great right, you think "I've got it". Especially if you're doing the data collection manually, say at a rate of 150 spins per day, you can win for nearly a straight month consecutively. Done deal, this is how I'll play, I've made it...

But then...you find sessions, long ones even that span over potential weeks (2000+ spins) where the repeats don't occur at even their expected rate, let alone being "hot", and you're forced to start from zero again in determining what a "hot" number truly is.

Once I get some time I'll do some work on what he's doing using spin sets I have that represent how bad repeats can disappear for extended periods of time, and see how his method comes out.