Scep, you have to understand that the odds for horse races are not based on fixed odds such as on roulette.

The odds for horse racing are being influenced by a number of direct and indirect factors, which makes the whole situation more complicated.

Additionally, you don't have available horse races to bet on 24/7.

Therefore, what's good for sports betting doesn't make it good for roulette too and vice versa.

Now I'm going to make a bold claim which is against the traditional and mainstream math theory of roulette.

Fixed odds are based on the **assumption** that at any given time, any number has equal chance to hit.

If that was true then please explain me why **everytime** I play roulette a few numbers have 4 to 6 hits while a few others are missing for 111 plus spins, why?

Is it because every number have equal chance?

You might argue that every number **eventually** will balance, when exactly is going to happen ?

Even if we'd accept it as de facto, **is it practical** to wait **if/when** this would happen?

But who am I to argue with math professors and the whole history of the game, as the hardcore roulette physics lobby is preaching.

I'm noone, I know nothing, you should keep doing what you already doing without a glimmer of doubt.

Good luck!