29 reds in a row

7 (87.5%)
1 (12.5%)

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Re: New world record???
« Reply #15 on: February 01, 2019, 08:30:34 PM »
Ken, had you been the one to see this event, you would have started a thread and taken the time to shred all the players at the table for one reason or another, and that is your perogative

Ken I love ya bud but that part is 100% accurate... ;D
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Re: New world record???
« Reply #16 on: February 01, 2019, 09:35:51 PM »
This is why I say, "I suspect" because it was not at the uncountable thousands of wheels around the world being witnessed by even more uncountable thousands of people, but it was you at the one wheel that you were at along with the people that were there.  It is also more than can be simulated at least by Bayes and myself and that is because it is over 1B:1. 

Since it is a famous casino I am sure their results have been audited and I would like to examine those for that particular wheel if such a thing is possible.  It only makes sense to look into it because the event is so completely rare.
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Re: New world record???
« Reply #17 on: February 02, 2019, 02:15:51 AM »

      I dont know why there would be even questions about seeing that long streak or reds. the purpose of the post was only to share this incredible "anomalie".  no different then get hit-on by the most beautifull women one has ever seen. just does not happen that often, but it nice to share it and a nice fresh breeze . something different then hearing people always braging about how great and smart they are as if that was the only way they could come.
anyhow I have 6 single zeros show up within 13 spins once.  lesson here if we have to learn anything about those types of events, is that;
they do exist.  just because I never saw it happen it gives me faith to know that it can because it is happening every day, every minute, somewhere never being reported . roulette is a lot more about belief then we think or care to admit. you take 2 players as a example. 
player 1  only believe what he has seen like "st Thomas".
player 2 has the faith of a child and does place limits on what is "possible"
both of them seeing 5 reds in a row and each one having a 20 $ with them.
which one do you think is more to ride the wave of reds all the way to the 23 or 30 th spins ?
that is right, player 2 would do it because his fear of losing his 20 $ is totally blinded by his faith and he knows that super heroes exist and that it can happen to him. so turn your 20 into 20k  . all about belief.

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Re: New world record???
« Reply #18 on: February 02, 2019, 06:44:01 PM »

Juice, thanks for this topic. Personally, I saw a series of 21 at Black. I want to believe that abnormal series occur despite their low frequency. It must be remembered that a very rare phenomenon has its frequency (for example 1/500 000 000). This phenomenon can come several times in 500 000 000 or not come during 15 x 500 000 000 spins. We focus on highly visible events, but many others escape us. Roulette makes situations that show that this is an unforeseeable hazard, even with statistics.

The instrument (roulette and its physical reality) can question us. It is possible that a phenomenon of adhesion (which is known on circular systems) exists. This phenomenon brings the ball back into a known area. But too complex to demonstrate. An old mathematician said on this subject to make an entire part on the same cylinder. But this tip seems useful only for players on hot and cold sectors (or numbers). I say all this to present hypotheses and enrich the common reflection.

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Re: New world record???
« Reply #19 on: February 03, 2019, 04:40:54 AM »
I agree on adhesion but only using a static instrument like the wheel, the felt or an unchanging matrix of numbers.
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