Unlike Bayes and others i have no degree I mathematics. I love, however, to collect data on a basic level and to study the patterns they form. Try to collect seven different numbers twenty times for example: All you need is pen, paper
and twenty examples of 12x3 fields. In each of these "layouts" (in accordance with the table layout) you fill in only seven different numbers as they turn up (area 1-36)
Have you done that? Fine!
Now imagine that these measured seven numbers in each of these cases are SEVEN SLEEPERS. Accordingly, the 29 blank spaces could be 29 numbers that occured.
It is not a coincidence that I have chosen exactly such a number. Seven numbers may sleep for a very long time.
Typically 29 different numbers from the area might have come after approx. 58 spins: (35/36)^58 = 7.
In most cases all twelve streets have turned up. My latest finding suggests THAT THREE OUT OF FOUR ADJACENT
SPLITS (say 1-4, 7-10, 13-16, 19-22) in a column have come with BOTH of its numbers.
As a matter of fact this pattern ought to be visible in TWO of the three columns!
You might find more interesting patterns. Good luck!