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Im calling on everyone who can go up close to their wheels to look for these features... if you have these features on the wheel please let me know where in this thread??
 

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First of all, thank you for taking the effort to show with images.
Though I'm should say I'm not completely sure what you are showing.
Hope you (or someone else) can shed more light into this - no pun intended.
I think besides visual observasion and inspection we should also take into account how the ball behaves on the wheel-track.
 
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@kav You arent looking at much. But i say, notice the perfectly rectangular, discoloration, in each pocket. This is the substrate which has the conductor in it. These 2 pictures are actually the same wheel, i just wanted to give you one which wasnt crowded by the green squares, and i also point to the bottom pocket which is the best view you will get of the discoloration.

This square is actually only as wide as it needs to be. Im trying to explain that one to you guys but i cant put it into words yet.

okay here it goes


Notice how beside the substrate there is two lines. The substrate is only as wide as it needs to be because the ball can never physically touch the spots that are next to the substrate.
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I think besides visual observasion and inspection we should also take into account how the ball behaves on the wheel-track.

I totally agree. Im a believer in VB. I am simply obsessed with figuring out how everyone always loses. Once i do this, I can formulate a possible plan of attack. But research is far from over for me. I think there is a "dark" side to roulette as in like what you said, I want to shed some light on this dark part and make it visible to the ones who want to listen or consider the possibilities of what I say.
 
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Hi Heat
I think the discolouration is just wear and tear caused by the ball moving around in the pocket.
If you look at the drawing you made, you can see that the ball cannot rub on the plastic nearest the
walls, hence the neat rectangular discolouration.
 
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@Badger the discoloration is a perfect rectangLe on each pocket.  There is no such thing as coincidence. Although you can't see it in the picture, because of refections, these square's are in each pocket. These square's are also on each pocket on each wheel at my casino that I frequent.
 

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So how does this affect WHAT pocket the ball lands in ?
If you are a VB player how can you lose ?
We Method players can also use " The Wheel "  to create a Method. Without the hassle of wheel watching.
Go figure .
 
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@skepticus it makes the ball bounce out of the pocket.  I am a mix of vb and method. I base all of my methods off of the columns. Did you know the 2 and 3rd column are on the opposite sides of the wheel (00) and column 1 is spread around the wheel. These are my starting points.
 
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In that case you have found the Holy Grail ! Congratulations !
Because the ball will never finish in these pockets .According to your theory anyway.

 

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@scepticus now even i think you are being too sceptical haha. its ALLLmost like a magnet as in it needs electric to turn on... the ball will settle into a pocket that does not have the power turned on to repel the ball. the ball falls into the one it does not have turned on.
 

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Looks like overhead reflections to me.
 

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@trilobite I agree... it looks like it.... but I know better because the wheels at my casino have this very feature in every pocket
 

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Those stains are abrasions from the ball landing in the pocket and then being picked up.
It's good that you're studying wheel design.  Use what you learn to exploit biases.

Ignore the abrasion/stains for a moment, and focus on the light reflections that are coming off the pockets.  Those light reflections have enabled my team and I to make a fortune over the years.  Changes in them can represent loose pocket inserts, and or air bubbles below the insert which can absorb the energy of the bouncing ball, deadening it when it tries on the pocket.  Changes in the reflection can also point to irregularities in the distribution of the glue used to re adhere the inserts that can cause the ball to bounce away from the pocket.  Using the reflections I can spot a biased wheel within just a rotation or two of the wheel.

By the way, I own that model of wheel.  I also own the Starburst model.  If you'd like to view the various components of the wheel then I can show you.

-Really
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Regarding the Sling Shots wheels where the air shoots from the back of the pocket...

You can view them in action online.  It's very obvious that the air is being shot out.  At the end of the spin, the ball is blown back up and onto the track where the air continues to spin the ball.  Don't confuse that model with the traditional wheels like the one pictured above.  The wheel above does not have any air jets.
 
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