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When I play my advanced platforms, the answer is yes. I use wheel distance differentiation of CW and CCW spins, thus having a good idea where the ball will land in the coming spin.

If I wish to determine all possible permutations of WDD between the 10 latest spins, I need a software with sub-algorithms that manages to instantly calculate which means I have 45 distances available which I add to the latest spun pocket. Then, of course, I need 45 additional algos that determines win or loss.

I also need a main algorithm with a set of executable actions depending on the best combination (from the subalgos) presenting said result on my main roulette display on my platform for a fast read out and bet selection. Of course, I also need to have that display show a set of values like statistical history, anomalies etc and a very efficient money management.

The final result looks like something like this older but still efficient sector predicting platform (yellow spin number are CW and green are CCW):

As you see it predicts next spin (33) with a 60% chance though with a negative edge between statistical and anomaly value. If you look at column 19 to the right of the roulette display you see that the predictions have failed towards the end, with 2 predicted wins followed by 2 losses which contributes to the slightly negative anomaly. Yet I place 7 units wide bet over number 36 and 7 numbers wide bet over 33. 33 comes up next spin (upcoming spin 48) and I win +22 units.

As I have written in my earlier posts there are several good ways to predict the next most probable sector on a roulette wheel without need of conventional physics and/or any laser measuring equipment, or for that matter any chase after wheels that searches for mechanical wheel bias. This of course is the case for Online gaming against Casinos with a good reputation, game and service.

For land based Casinos you need to apply a far more simple method of wheel partition and use some kind of notebook to see which sector goes best. This of course only works for a certain time because the more number are spun the more difficult the variance becomes calculation wise. Hence one is restrained by a time factor (usually 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on table bet window times.