This is a very interesting message I received today by Omid:

"Hello Roulette30!

I am Omid, 22 year old male living in Sweden.

The other day, I went into a Casino for the first time. I have never had any experience in gambling. And I had a great realization come to me. A realization that the roulette was a game that was designed by great aristocratic mathematicians who designed the game for the survival of the fittest. That the people who were creative and open minded enough could solve the game with combination-al bes with different % of units on each they would be able to beat the game. All casinos in Sweden are run by state and are with one 0. I immediately saw that the colors, combined with odds/evens and some other bets have been un-evenly designed and can be used for ones advantage. I realized that this is something I need to dig into deeper and when I went home I wrote down all the "loopholes" that are in the roulette table.

All colors + odds/evens in different bets that are un-evenly designed. Please view the attached file. These are the numbers that showed me that there is a way to beat the roulette. One needs to use mathematics, Different units combined with different bets in order to find the way. I truly have a great feeling and belief about this. I've been thinking about this every single day since I went home from the Casino. Because I know there is a solution and I know that there are people who know about it but are secretive. I would really love to connect with you and we could brainstorm this thing. If you disagree with that there is any way to earn a living on roulette. Please let me know as well, and why.

Thank you. Best regards, Omid

**The Even Colours**Black 10

Red 8

**The Odd Colours**Red 10

Black 8

**Odd And Even Colours On:** 1st 12: ”5 Odd-red, 1 Odd-black” ”5 Even-black, 1 Even-red”

2nd 12: ”3 Odd-black, 3 Odd-red” ”3 Even-black, 3 Even-red”

3rd 12: ”4 Odd-black, 2 Odd-red” ”4 Even-red, 2 Even-black”

1 TO 18 ”5 Odd-red, 4 Odd-Black” ”5 Even-black, 4 Even-red”

19 TO 36 ”5 Odd-red, 4 Odd black” ”5 Even-black, 4 Even-red”

2 TO 1 TOP: ”4 Odd-red, 2 Odd-Black” ”4 Even-red, 2 Even-black” (8 RED, 4 BLACK)

2 TO 1 MIDDLE: ”4 Odd-black, 2 Odd-red” ”4 Even-black, 2 Even-red” (8 BLACK, 4 RED)

2 TO 1 BOTTOM: ”4 Odd-red, 2 Odd-black” ”4 Even-black, 2 Even-red” (6 BLACK, 6 RED)

The purple

**e** are even black, the blue

**e** are even red.

As you can see, the blues on the left side, is identically formed as the blues on the right side, as so are the purple ones, and if you look at the remaining ones, the odd red and blacks, they are also formed exactly identical. "

I believe Omid has raised a very interesting issue here.