Once I get all the details ironed out I will make a video. This is my final method in this class, there cannot be one that is more efficient.
I expect that monitoring the SD will produce very accurate forecasts of upcoming trends. Playing a single number really seems to make the trends more apparent/visible.
“You never really know what's coming. A small wave, or maybe a big one. All you can really do is hope that when it comes, you can surf over it, instead of drown in its monstrosity.” ? Alysha Speer
One of the most impressive things about the bamboo in the forest is how they sway with even the slightest breeze. Their bodies are hard and firm and yet sway gently in the breeze while their trunks stay rooted firmly in the ground below. Their foundation is solid even though they move and sway harmoniously with the wind, never fighting against it. In time, even the strongest wind tires itself out, but the bamboo remains standing tall and still. A bend-but-don't-break or go-with-the-natural-flow attitude is one of the secrets for success...
The important image of snow-covered bamboo represents the ability to spring back after experiencing adversity. In winter the heavy snow bends the bamboo back and back until one day the snow becomes too heavy, begins to fall, and the bamboo snaps back up tall again, brushing aside all the snow. The bamboo endured the heavy burden of the snow, but in the end it had the power to spring back as if to say "I will not be defeated."
Since my work with SD is new I want to make sure I am doing this correctly. A single SD for a single number calculated for 37 spins is 1.986394:
1 SD 1.986394 = 73 spins
2 SD 3.972788 = 146 spins
3 SD 5.959182 = 220 spins
4 SD 7.945576 = 293 spins
5 SD 9.93197 = 367 spins
6 SD 11.918364 = 440 spins
MAX EXPECTED CONSECUTIVE LOSS 455 12.2972972972973 missing hits
=====================================================7 SD 13.9047588 SD 15.8911529 SD 17.87754610 SD 19.86394
So 7-10 SD will never occur according to reasonable expectation.
This information doesn't seem too helpful for spin by spin play because we are clearly witnessing objective trends occurring in as few as 64 spins which is not even a single SD. I guess to make this data useful, we need to break it into "micro SD's" for smaller trend analysis.
I think what I need to do is simply forget about SD's and use a % of hits above/below 1 hit every 37 spins.
Specifically I want a rating that will reliably indicate when the wheel wlll "draw back" and sleep the number for more than 88 spins. Of course this can occur without warning or "reason" which itself becomes statistically relevant but I am talking about "standard" & common wheel behavior.