I am an engineer and I do not beleave in bias wheels. The outcome of roulette wheels are the same as the outcome of an fair RNG, Absolute random. You live in the time far behind us. How do you find a bias wheel?
Dobble's Short Run Theory DOES have some merit and veteran gamblers like Pales & Harry J agree. I think Kav might even support the theory in certain ways (Kav is no simple fellow!).
I have shown that the wheel focus will change from session to session and so I also support his theory.
A roulette wheel is “biased” when at least one number consistently comes up more often than it should.
...you’ll need to chart thousands of spins.
If you don’t have the time for a charting 5,000 spins, you could look for sector bias, which doesn’t require as many spins to verify. This means that the ball is falling more often than it should in a certain section of the wheel. You bet the numbers in that section to exploit such a bias.
Let’s look at the math. If your number comes up every 28 spins (on average), and you’re betting ten dollars each time, you’ll lose $270 ($10 x 27 spins) for every time you win $350 on that winning 28th spin (you’re paid 35 to 1). That’s a net profit of $80 for each 28 spins of the wheel.
Even with a true bias, a favored number might not show up for 100 spins at some point. If that happens and you’re betting $10 each time, you’ll have lost $1,000 between wins.
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