### Author Topic: Repeaters / Singles / Sleepers ratio?  (Read 96 times)

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#### Crazy K

##### Repeaters / Singles / Sleepers ratio?
« on: February 11, 2019, 09:16:32 PM »

Can someone please explain this piece of stat I found somewhere online in details:

- 24 singles every 37 spins
- 12 doubles every 37 spins
- 13 no-hits every 37 spins

My tests shown that:

~ 14 numbers show up only once in 37 spins (Singles)
~ 10 numbers show up more than once in 37 spins (Repeaters)
~ 13 numbers don't show up in 37 spins (Sleepers)

This data is from 1 million random sequences of 37 spins. Am I doing it wrong?

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#### vitorwally

##### Re: Repeaters / Singles / Sleepers ratio?
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2019, 09:32:02 PM »
The first piece of stat you're posting is the so-called Law of the Third, or short, LotT. The divergence may be helped by the fact that in the original stats we have "12 doubles every 37 spins" (2 hits) and in your stats "10 numbers show up MORE THAN ONCE in 37 spins" (2 hits, 3 hits, and so forth). The LotT is an approximation dictated by probability. Randomness can deliver sequences with more uniques, more sleepers, more repeaters.
« Last Edit: February 11, 2019, 10:02:05 PM by vitorwally »

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#### MickyP

##### Re: Repeaters / Singles / Sleepers ratio?
« Reply #2 on: February 11, 2019, 09:49:21 PM »
You are doing it right. 37 spins indicate a single zero wheel (37 unique numbers on the wheel)

The stats indicate distribution based on the law of thirds. You will notice that one third of the numbers are unique and only appear once; one third of the numbers will repeat and one third of the numbers will not come up.

Can someone please explain this piece of stat I found somewhere online in details:

- 24 singles every 37 spins
- 12 doubles every 37 spins
- 13 no-hits every 37 spins

The doubles are included in the singles.

My tests shown that:

~ 14 numbers show up only once in 37 spins (Singles)
~ 10 numbers show up more than once in 37 spins (Repeaters)
~ 13 numbers don't show up in 37 spins (Sleepers)

You have separated singles and repeaters
The wording in both cases boils down to the same thing but your states are more user friendly.

This data is from 1 million random sequences of 37 spins. Am I doing it wrong?

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