Can you explain to us why a computer is needed for:
1. Visual ballistics?
2. Wheel bias?
What is the difference between the two listed above?
How many spins do you believe are required to find a biased wheel and why?
What do you believe dealer's signature is, and why or how could it work?
How do you believe a player can differentiate between variance and a real edge?
I did not say that you needed a computer for Visual Ballistics, Real.
I clearly implied that Visual Ballistics is a load of balls ! It exists in your fertile imagination.
There are too many factors in assessing Wheel Bias to be done without a computer. As for the number needed to accurately account for Wheel Bias they are no less than is needed for non AP .As I think that variance accounts for what you think is wheel bias I don't need any figure, particularly as I think that ProbabilityTheory is a tool to be used but is not the determining factor you think it is.
Dealer's Signature is the belief that the Dealer- for whatever reason- lands in a particular area of the wheel more than it's probability.
I say that is a false interpretation and is more than likely to be due to variance.I don't think a dealer can do that consistently enough .
Ed Thorpe and the Wizard of Odds take the same view as me here.
There is noREAL EDGE only a mathematical edge and that is an Expectation not a certainty.
According to your post quoted by Sheridan you don't actually do Visual Ballistics but “ Track Samples “.
So tell me, Real, which method do you actually use- tracking or VB ?
I note that you don't deny telling me that you had the assistance of a colleague.