Downloaded the 10K spins from B&M casino, double zero American Roulette and done little testing from which I came to these conclusions (they are not SOLID, but I'm quite certain that I'm near understanding the differences between these two kind of wheels):
1) even though we are talking about just one number added to the wheel, that double zero is actually quite big pain in the ass
2) there is lots of repeating on the dozens. I mean A LOT compared to the amount of the repeats that occur on the French roulette wheel: groups of 3s and 4s repeats on the same dozen come quite easily.
I need more and deeper analyzing this kind of wheel.
And I need other members help.
Very interesting idea GNO! I think what you found so far is not an accident,but because the American wheel layout is different from the European.
It was very nice of you to start such topic,I've never read something similar elsewhere.
@ Kav,the difference on the layout is NOT only the extra 00,all the numbers are differently located,which leads to the question: Could this difference on the layouts lead to different distribution and results??
I'd like to say something regarding my empirical observations,the dozens on the European Roulette are more repetitive than the Columns.
I know,I know,these 2 groups (dozens and columns) have the same amount of numbers,therefore what I have observed many times cannot be proved mathematically.
Anyone who is reading this topic,could you please let us know if what I witnessed is just what happened during my sessions OR it is something which you have experienced too??
I was trying to find something connected with this on the web, but without success. So I thought that it would be nice to do a little research and see if there are ways to exploit this kind of wheels too. If you do any testing, please write your conclusions here. Maybe together, little by little, we'll collect enough data that will help us to understand how this kind of wheel works (what are the longest sleeping ranges on the outcomes: ECs, Dzs, Cls, DSs, Ss, SNs).
And about the dozens vs columns repeating, your conclusion is right:
I've noticed that on average repeating on the dozens occurs every 3 to 4 spins (or around 25 to 30 times in 100 spins sample) and the longest run without a repeat on the dozens that I've encountered was 20 spins. On the other side repeats on columns appears less but when you it does, it goes to 4-5 repeats on that same column easily. Once I've seen this: 3, 12, 36, 18, 18, 6, 3, 27, 30, 33. This was somewhere in the beginning, in the time when I was learning and I was like "-No way! This casino is cheating!" But after lots and lots additional spins I've seen columns to get repeating for 11 or even more times I've realized that it was not cheating, but somehow connected with the arrangement of the columns numbers on the layout.
And now I'm thinking how to exploit this too..
Sometimes I think that I think too much.