The wheel must provide a number. And that number must be inside the mathematical probabilities that we know. We can choose what and when to bet, we rule the game, while the wheel must respect its dynamic constraints.

My opinion is that, in order to beat the game, you must follow it till it falls in your arms. I don't chase the outcome, I wait. Unless it is rigged, the wheel will hit one of my number one time every 38 numbers played.

How to endure that wait is the challenge. I said it already. I am still working on that. Last week I found a way to raise my needed ratio from 1/60 to 1/66. Sessions became a little shorter, so a little less boring. I Have no doubt that in 5 more years will be even better than that.

Predictions, pre or post throw, sound a little silly to me. With modern technologies, thinking on a defected wheel sounds anachronistic, in my opinion. I prefer to "trap" the session in a way that sounds like a mouse trapped in a labyrinth: the only way out is providing a winning.

I suggest you for the last time to not waste time chasing numbers but rely on the only weakness game has. Its weakness is your strong. Plan an approach that works perfectly on paper, with the math (probabilities) in your favor, and you got it.