Hey thanks Dane, you losing your mojo, no word based quips for us in that last post?
Yes, I have looked into 8 numbers as well. Here is what I ultimately found (despite the other advantages like you have cited too):
8 numbers with an imbalance, also leaves 29 other numbers on the board that can affect the statistics
, so even if we are able to "sneak up" on a particular set of 8 numbers, we are also likely to encounter worse streaks than usual due to this "reverse engineering curse" from the other 29 numbers.
Its really hard to explain but we can clearly discover it if we run every possible set of 8 numbers through the same 57 spin sequence. We will find that SOME of those number combinations will significantly exceed the normally max expected 57 hit timeframe for 8 numbers in general.
Its like a hidden dark side of roulette that waits to destroy the effect of our triggers, literally rendering them useless and then turning them against us because we dared to venture into the deep dark woods of sets of 8 numbers that remain imbalanced; each step we take into that darkness, the total number of combinations multiplies exponentially
until we are looking at fantastically rare combinations that far, FAR, F-A-R exceed normal statistical expectation.
DON'T FAINT, DON'T RUN! I HAVE GOOD NEWS!
If we work with at least 18 numbers this hidden dark side of roulette DISAPPEARS!
Put that in your cap and smoke it!