Hi Joe

One example of another ec bet is 3 sixains

There are 3 sixain bets.

For examples [size=78%]1-6,10-15,31-36[/size]

1-6,7-12,31-36

1-6,7-12,21-24

1-6,13-18,31-36

6-12,13-18,31-36 see image

I keep count of about 11 such combinations

These can be covered with 3 chips

Then there are neighbours on the wheel for examples are

0,32,15 through to 23 (see image)

32 through to 10

15 through to 5

there are 37 such sets of neighbours These have the advantage of including the zero

These have the advantage of including the zero

You can use a racetrack when available to simplify betting on these but it takes practice and you do need to place 18 bets which can be tricky if the casino is too fast.

Then there is what I call the 'hidden' even chance. This occurs in every session when 18 numbers remain unhit. (usually between 22 & 31 spins. So far it always hits within 5 spins after occurring. So far these always hit within 5 spins. I don't know how many sets of 18 numbers there are in 37 but it's a lot. I'd be interested to if anyone can calculate this for me.

but I can calculate that for 18 numbers to sleep 22 times the chances are 1 in 7,663,769.

We've probably all seen it occur at some stage but I see it in every game I play.

For the same 18 numbers to sleep again the probability is about 1 in 2.05 or 1 in 15,753,302

The attached image shows 3 sixains highlighted with yellow circles .

7-12,13-18& 31-36

Also it shows the 18 numbers from 0-23 highlighted with the centre number 34 in a darker shade to assist in racetrack betting.

The yellow stars indicate numbers which have slept over 74 times. The red 3(about half way down) tells me that 3 numbers have slept 87 times

I can also read that Orphelins have slept 7 times whereas 10 is their previous maximum, Voisins 8 [/size]times whereas 17 is their previous maximum.

[/size]Both blacks and reds have never slept more than 8 times, dozens never more than 15 (1-12)

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[/size]I trust this helps