Mr. Perfect

It's not about thinking inside the box. it's about what you see is real life day after day, week after week, year after year. Sure math and gambling experts say that every time you bet the probability of EC is 50%.

But how do they explain the fact that after 100, 200, spins etc. most EC's do not have wide gaps with each other? Y you don't see 80 black and 20 red in 100 spins?

Or 150 odd and 50 even in 200 spins?

Somehow they all seem to get closer and closer with their counterparts as the spins increase. Not necessarily exactly the same, but definitely not too far apart as the rules of independent events dictate.

The only explanation is that individual random events, must comply with their probability values if taken as a whole. That means every event that seems independent and random individually, it has to answer to a higher authority if collected as a whole.

And its proven every day every time in every roulette table all around the world.

If you showed me a situation of 150 black and 50 red in 200 spins, then I would gladly accept your theory. But I just don't see it, no matter how hard I search.

You can't prove things with theories. At some point you have to show a real life example.

It's not that math experts are wrong and we are right.

Math experts have better things to do than dealing with roulette issues.

Do you know of any modern math experts or math PhD students that made their dissertation on roulette? Nobody. They simply don't care about roulette. Someone said long time ago that past spins have nothing to do with new spins and it was passed from generation to generation ever since. General statement but no mention to details. And its details that matter.

MIT students decided to play Black Jack and they defied the odds and the myth that you can't beat the house, and they walked away with $5 million in one year.