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Pairing numbers, an observation
« on: September 10, 2019, 10:35:21 AM »
Pairing felt based numbers with relevance to their position on the wheel and the repetitiveness of one of the two numbers appearing within a few spins over thousands of observed spin history is the discussion point.

In the first dozen 3 and 6, 8 and 11, 9 and 12, 2 and 5, 4 and 7 all seem to fit the criteria of matching felt based numbers. Their positions on the wheel vary from a few pockets to almost half the wheel so much like the finals cluster when active so too do paired numbers. There is no mathematical or rational reason for this phenomenon to repeat so consistently and that is why I have presented the observation for discussion. The only factor that may seem rational is that the wheel has a set amount of numbers that do not change pocket size or any other characteristic that defines it. Each number is equal (on an unbiased wheel) and each spin only produces one winning number.

Playing sectors on the wheel will see a paired number outside the sector hit and that number is covered with a bet because of the pairing process. So, if you select a 6 pocket wheel sector to play and include the pair numbers in the bet (a total of 12 numbers bet) you are in essence playing a block with half the bet scattered around the wheel; almost a mix of mechanical system and random.

This may seem a little difficult to understand in the beginning but do yourself a favour and look for number pairing in any B/M spin history. Use 23, 24 or 33,36 or maybe 31 and 32.

Some may say its patterns and if you look for a pattern you will find it. Well if this is pattern based then I have found consistent repetition of these patterns. I have used spin history collected over the last decade or so and from different sources and casinos, yet the repetition is constant.
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Re: Pairing numbers, an observation
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2019, 07:51:39 PM »
Micky number pairs sounds quite intriguing... Could you perhaps run through some spins so we all could be on the same page  ;)  Thanks in advance....


Re: Pairing numbers, an observation
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2019, 09:08:39 PM »
email me a list of about 100 numbers and I'll do the exercise for you. Excel please.


Re: Pairing numbers, an observation
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 07:42:59 AM »
Sure thing Micky ;)  Thanks. :)


Re: Pairing numbers, an observation
« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 04:40:32 PM »
It may seem like a mind boggle but it is actually very simple when broken down into compartments. Using the paired numbers in a method is rewarding as you will see.

Good luck buddy.
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