Realistically, after BBB how many times in consecutive situations, do you think that you will see another set of BBBB? will you see it once? Twice? 5 times in 5 consecutive situations?

You can use probability to find the chance of ANY event. For example, 87.5% of streaks are of length 1, 2 or 3, so a RRRR or BBBB or longer will occur only 100 - 87.5% = 12.5% of the time. This means that for two consecutive streaks of 4 or more, the chance is 0.125 x 0.125 = 0.015625 or 1 in 64. With three consecutive streaks the probability is 1 in 512.

Real will dismiss your arguments as irrelevant though. For him, the only thing that matters is that the house edge means you will get paid less than fair odds, so all stats and probability is useless if you can't predict better than expectation where the ball will land. In his view, that's the only kind of real edge you can get in roulette.

There you go.

Imagine losing a to a situation of 3 consecutive streaks? or 4 or 5? The probability is so small it doesn't even count. On top of that we said nothing about the bet amounts. All you know is the probability to lose.

** But it doesn't say anything about what amount you will lose when you lose and what amount you'll win when you win.** Can you determine the specific streak out of the next 4 , in which you will lose playing with $1 chips, and then in which streak you will lose with $5 chips etc. etc. You can't. It cannot be determined with probability. It's a discretionary quantity and can be altered according the player's wish.

The fact is that as you encounter more and more consecutive streaks the probability becomes smaller and smaller. And the house edge becomes obsolete. The experienced player knows when to bet more so he can have 99.99999% winning chances as opposed to betting less when the chances are lower.

**Is there a doubt that when you decide in advance how many consecutive spins to play, you are bound by the probability of series? **

If there is a doubt about that, then we need a math expert's opinion. Real claims that every bet is considered an individual separate event. That's where he is wrong,

and that's y he values the house edge so much.

As far talking about having the edge over the casino, y does he fail to be specific? Instead, all he says is "beating the device" is the way to go. .

I can easily claim that I have psychic powers, and I can predict the region where the ball will fall.

When he starts backing up his claims with examples, then we can see if what he says makes sense.

But for now all I see is that casinos go to great extends to insure that the wheel works perfectly with no defects whatsoever. Maybe Real plays in casinos where wheel maintenance doesn't exist.

No such thing in European casinos.