I believe that the number of (sliding) spins to achieve this (satisfactory) equation depends on its purpose, and type of luck. For example, if the player limits himself to looking for "

heat" on a number that has come 3 or 4 times, he will see only a small part of the totality of this phenomenon which affects globally all the numbers. It's the same with the "

delay". To widen the frame of our observations is to reach a very different dimension, where things will find better explanations. But we must know how to limit ourselves to the essential things.

The "

*pyramid of effects*" begins at its base by the notion of pattern or repetition! the hazard no longer "behaves" in the same way if we observe chains of elements. A spin is an information of the first degree (can we say) and that does not tell us anything! But if we have 4 times the same number fast enough, we call it "

heat"! Total chaos, with a few spins, we can talk now, after 20 spins or more, of a phenomenon! The difference is huge!

So, to answer the question (unpretentious), we have already talked about 111 spins. This is beginning to be a more serious basis for hoping to capture an advantageous phenomenon. By intuition, we can admit that if with 25 spins we found a hot number, it is obvious that if we look back two or three cycles and that number was already out, we should measure this impact in our statistics, for to know if this is a good or bad "

configuration". The heat must have its strict criteria.

With "

delay" I know these criteria better, so I can add effects up to the fifth degree. To have these effects, I need a greater volume of spins but, when I have my criteria aligned, their "

sensitivity" becomes strong, and a trigger will be a real information (because it belongs to a group of criteria that form a chain). I am talking about the trigger of a phenomenon (compensation or trend or even heat). It's very different with a totally random game, because in this case, a trigger only triggers the bets, nothing else, or maybe there is a phenomenon in the end, the fortune of the casino!