The overall concept is what I call "misdirection", where we are betting on one thing but we get the advantage of this other thing in the background.

There are 4 systems that share **mutual numbers**, the statistics on those mutual numbers are the key to 100% success because if any of those numbers hit, we win no matter which individual system we bet on.

So we track those numbers and we call it "Convergence". There are multiple ways of tracking the numbers. The simplest way is by just counting the most recent gap.

This is easy using Fun's chart, for example:

D P K C-R

20 x x x 0

3 x x 1

23 x x 2

24 3

12 4

24 5

28 x 6

28 x 7

9 x x 8 <=== 91.97% chance of hitting all 3

17 x x x

Here we have the column C-R; Convergence Rating. What we are monitoring is a hit on all of the mutual numbers which will show as all systems getting a hit at the same time; "x x x". We can see a gap of 8 spins, which in this case its based on 10 numbers and so its 91.97% chance of hitting on the next spin, as indicated above.

The second kind of statistical monitoring we can do is based on each individual system. The simplest analysis is to just count the last gap. In the above example, we would bet System K because it gapped for 7 spins.

So you see the misdirection? We are betting System K with its own statistics but in the background we have the **mutual numbers** that are also favorable statistically.

This is a simple statistical example, gap analysis can go much deeper and system performance can be much more detailed but the overall concept is the same:

We have 4 different way of approaching the **mutual numbers** (4 different systems) and we choose the BEST way to do so by using the BEST individual system.