Wow Mr. Perfect! Welcome to the forum!
Like you Scep, I want to know the results of the upcoming spins PRIOR to their arrival!
Unlike Mr. Perfect (and like everyone else reading this, blush) I base this on the statistics concerning the random flow (or like Dobble calls it, the "random rows"). I do this based on the results generated over many millions (or even billions and greater) of spins; at a certain point, overall results do not substantially change (except for minor and normally occurring variance) and I am now calling this:
The Practical Long RunTM
Our goal as gamblers is to find the ways that maximize our ability to access & understand the worst sequences that we can expect that are generated by these spins because if we are able to defeat and/or avoid these sequences, we have practically defeated roulette itself.
From my experience, not much that we can do makes a difference in the long term unless we first take a long term view and that requires deliberate intention...
I like your trade mark.
OK, let's assume that no one jumps into long run from one moment to another. I mean no one will play 5k spins without a break for a siggarete.
Anyhow, wheels do have their " personality" , some numbers do fall more then others , be it group of continuous numbers or separate numbers selected according to some criteria.
I think that nessesity of wise selection of numbers is obvios- they fall more often, so more chances to win.
However, l do not see many people to make " systems" , " rools", " triggers" for situation of wisely selected numbers.
I would be very curios to know if you ever considered situation where you actually do have an advantage and may expect your numbers to hit more often then simplistic probability dictates.
Up till now l run some simulations on real datasets to determine empirically where boundaries of abuse in betting are. Obviously these simulations do represent " most common" situations only and do have in fact much room for improvement. ...
Could you populate please how did you do your simulations and if option of " known advantage" could be implemented ?
My areas of interest in such simulations would be :
Simulate jump into the game in different moments, likehood of worst case scenario, ability to set up triggers to recognise when bet more or when bet less.