At another post,user Sputnik posted the "hot numbers detector",some may already know this as "shower roulette system".
Here is an improvement,it's been called "Don Young".
It used to been sold for 10,000 $,its author gathered literally thousands of results from brick and mortar casinos,then published them including his method which became overall winner on the given results.
I smell reverse engineering in this case,but just a minute! Do you think reverse engineering thousands of results is an easy task to do?? Of course no!
Is it insignificant to create a system/method which could overcome variance and house edge for THOUSANDS of results?? Of course not!
You might say that "Don Young" beats a big but particular amount of results,thus it doesn't worth.
You are wrong because if a system could beat thousand of outcomes,it would probably beat fewer amount of results with ease.
Besides when someone wants to test a system/method uses results from live wheels or RNG's,so I don't really understand the objection of the reversed engineered,which by the way means someone to create a system/method to win based on specific results.
The objection would be valid if the amount of results were 100 or less,but in the particular case we are talking about thousands of live wheels results.
A couple of notes,the author is based on US,therefore he gathered results from American casinos/wheels.
Even if it IS in the overall positive,it's impractical for playing at brick and mortar casino with this way.
You may wonder why,the answer in 2 words: WAITING TIME!