On the concept of “heat”

**Third**, the second part of your message of yesterday that I did not examine makes me better understand your ideas about the heat to study it, to measure it. I answer a little as I feel it, because the subject is vast.

Some members on the forums often used as trigger of the heat, 2 or 3 times the same number. The problem of straight ups is that it takes a very large number of situations to evaluate parameters. It is a very delicate and long study. But it is true that playing the heat with the right parameters is then a breeze. The only serious study I have on SU is over 70,000 units played for 2.3% net profit (in flat betting). I did not dig a lot because it's not my priority for the next few years. With the heat, it is necessary to control the environment of the numbers, to understand the force of the heat.

**If the heat comes from a compensation of a gap very far**. We cannot measure anything very precise. We were not there when the wheel experienced this gap.

But you remember that I presented **an example on more than 100 spins**. Some numbers were missing on 3 rotations (and more). These numbers then reacted collectively by coming together, often forming a sequel. Why? When there are too many numbers missing (on 3 rotations there are about 1.5 and, in the example, there were 3 - so 2 times more (and even a 4 th). the group of absentees must break, some numbers must come back. The group forms a stronger countervailing force and the tension is suddenly reversed, the numbers came back often, except for only 1 who respected the property of the binomial law to have in 4 rotations about 0.5 number late.

**The "heat" can also come spontaneously**, by the force of this binomial law, without reference to the past. The same numbers may be more often in heat. Measuring the strength of this heat is contradictory in a history of spins! We can only check if the environment of these numbers and favorable. If too many numbers come twice, the strength of the repetition is weakened, worn out. So, if too many numbers are missing, it is the absentees who will come to take up too much space, to come once and block the numbers twice. There are other elements to evaluate the situation. All the techniques we know can filter hot numbers that have potential or not in the spins that are coming. There is no special law to measure the heat, nor its duration (to my knowledge). There is a set of laws or reactions that are favorable (very alchemy), so that the repetition becomes predictable (this is actually heat).

But I emphasize that if the players appreciate the heat because it is nice and easy to play, it's possible to make very complex studies with all these laws more or less known and also unknown. The player also encounters the problem of time. There are laws that express themselves better on several rotations, their cycles are longer. Players only take advantage of the heat on generally short sightings; this is a problem (a lot less activity).