#### Simple explanation

For start, I want you to think about this:

You are the cyclist in this picture. Your speed is 20km/h at the point A. Then you stop pedaling and keep rolling towards the point D where your bike stops. Next time you approach point A you have a speed of 30km/h and again in point A you stop pedaling. This time your bike continues past point D moving towards the point F and stops there. The question is what would happen if at the point A you were at the speed of 25km/h when you stopped pedaling. At what point will your bike come to a stop: B, C, D, E or F? The bike should stop at point E, so it would be logical to place bets around point E. The same principle applies to the roulette wheel and the ball and its final position. It is more complicated than the pushbike example, because here we have two objects that are moving in opposite directions with possible variations in speed.

If we at a particular time take samples of the ball and rotor spin speeds those samples can help us to determine the final position by time and when we start taking samples in relationship to previous samples and positions of the rotor of the wheel. As a result of measurements we do not just have these speeds but changes of distance created by different speeds.

If we apply a few processes we can easily predict where the ball will stop. The only reason why we can\'t be 100% certain in predicting where the ball will stop is because of the scatter due to ball bounce.

Yes, I have to admit that the ball sometimes bounces in unpredictable ways but it is not fully random. Bouncing takes about 40% from a total of 100% accuracy. And my system is not 100% accurate. With E2 two one hundredths of a second error in clicking on the traveling ball position will produce a difference of 1.7 numbers. That is not bad, we are still close to the center of our predicted sector.

Let\'s imagine that you are playing roulette and visually predicting the section of the wheel where the ball will finish. Of course you can\'t be perfect. If you are only accurate about 33% of the time then one third of time the ball will stop on one of your eight numbers. What will be your position after playing 30 spins? You will place on the table 30 spins x 8 chips = 240 chips (if the chip value is $2) that is $480.

Because of your inaccuracy in calculating the correct sector and the fact that the ball may bounce and scatter, you will only hit your played sector 10 times out of 30 spins. So you would win 10 spins x 35 + 10 chips (stake) = 360 chips x $2 = $720. So you will be in profit $720 €“ $480 = $240 not so bad for about one hour of play.

A good visual tracking strategy gives an advantage of about 6% over the house. By carefully selecting the croupier, the table, the wheel and the ball I sometimes manage to make profit of $5000 in one hour. This is by increasing my bet size after winning few spins. Learn the strategy and for you the game will never be just a random win or a game of luck.

#### Luck and Roulette

Luck is still a significant factor in this game of roulette. After years of playing I consider myself an expert in roulette prediction. Sometimes my results are affected by luck, sometimes good luck sometimes bad luck.

I remember one time I lost and I was constantly predicting the winning sector. But the ball would stop one or two numbers on either side of my predicted numbers or it would stop on a number which I had missed putting a bet on because of the time limit in placing chips. After a while I made adjustments to my playing sector but then the ball would hit the other end of my sector and so on.

However I also remember playing with a new Croupier from the USA. In 20 spins, 18 times the speed of the wheel was constant and the speed of the ball was constant and I was winning and winning. Within 60 minutes my money multiplied by a factor of 100. Then the Casino changed the Croupier, I found him later on another table but when I began to play he started changing the wheel and ball speed. I struck up a conversation with him and he told me that he was instructed by the Casino Supervisors to do this.

##### I am not a gambler so why do I gamble?

It all started 20 years ago in my little hometown in the Communist country of Croatia.

So, the big communists opened up a small casino, only two roulette tables, and in my little town the people were losing money that they were working so hard to earn.

And I was one of those people. At that time I was 20 years old and employed as a tele-communication technical officer and earning $400 - $500 per month.

Occasionally I would go to that little casino with my friends after coming back from the discos. We would lose all our money there.

Then once I was on holiday and in another little casino I met an older man and he gave me some tips how to play. ( I will pass that FREE tip on to you shortly.)

After I started using his way of playing I noticed that I was winning $50-$100 every night. That was good money for me as I was only earning was about $400 a month and at that time and place a bottle of brandy cost me $5 or a pack of cigarettes $1.

It lasted for about two months. The Casino was located in the basement of city hotel. That year the water level of the river was so high that underground water flooded into the casino. It was the end of that little casino.

Soon after that I migrated to Australia where I still live. Here I did not gamble for 10 years. I finished more schooling and study and worked for 9 years as an Electronics Engineer for a large Tele-communications Company.

Then globalization came. All manufacturing was shifted to Asia. As a result of that I was given the opportunity to take a redundancy package, quite a large sum of money and the opportunity to start my own business. Starting in business by myself was hard. How do I keep the standard of lifestyle as it was before? We are a family with two kids and a dog.

So the same story again. One night I went to the Casino with my friends. I played the same way as the old man back in the little casino had told me and I won $600, and a few nights later another $1300 then $900. Then I start losing, then wining then losing and so on. I realized that this is not the same as back in that little Casino and I started using my engineering diagnostic skills to figure out what\'s going on? What is the difference and what can I do? Of all the games in the Casino I play only roulette because I could not see how I can have an advantage in the other Casino games but I believed it was possible with this game!

#### How Did I Play? (Your FREE tip)

The old man told me to look at the reference number under the Croupier\'s hand at the point hen they release the ball. Compare how far from that number on the wheel to the final number in which the ball stops. After a few measurements define the angle and always place the bets from the reference number shifted by the same angle.**Example:** For easy understanding lets consider the roulette wheel as a circle divided in 12 numbers like a clock. Do not forget that the ball is usually spun once clockwise and the next time counter-clockwise. If the croupier releases the ball clockwise from above the 2 o\'clock point and ball stops in the 6 o\'clock pocket this means that there would four numbers difference to the right or clockwise. So if next time Croupier throws clockwise releasing from above the 6 o\'clock point the ball should stop at the 10 o\'clock position. For this kind of play to be successful you need to find croupier with consistent spins who has developed a rhythm. But that\'s not all. Later on I realized that the advantage achieved by playing in this way is possible only if the wheel is tilted. That is if the ball speeds up when it runs down one side of wheel and then slows down as it goes up the other side of the wheel and drops off the track consistently striking the same few diamonds or deflectors above the number ring and pockets.

#### Big Casino versus Little Casino

It took me a while to figure out why I was always winning in the small Casino and only sometimes in this big one. The way I was playing is called taking advantage of a Croupiers signature. The theory is that a ball will be thrown with the same force so it will spin the same number of spins and should stop the same number of pockets away from last spin release point.

In the small Casino the gambling industry was new and Croupiers didn\'t know about this flaw. They were just spinning and spinning consistently. And they never leveled wheels or even checked the level. The Government owned the Casino and no one really cared.

In the big Casinos croupiers are trained to notice smart players and how to counteract them. So they deliberately change wheel and ball speeds, and these days most Casinos are checking the level of wheels on daily bases and they even move the wheels from table to table or rotate the adjustable number ring so it is not adjacent to the same actual pocket as it was say last week.

My first challenge to win at roulette whenever I played was to study Croupiers. Some are good and some spin too fast and inconsistent. While I studied them they also studied me and began to remember me as the guy who was consistently winning. So they had to change their spinning technique every time I came to play at their wheel. My only option was to wait for a new Croupier and then play fast until they noticed me winning or a Supervisor would come and tell the Croupier to change the intensity and consistency of their ball spin and speed of the wheel.

During that period of play which lasted about three years, I played and improved the old man\'s roulette strategy four times. I began to do some calculations and found that very small variations in speed make a big difference for the end result.

It\'s like this: One roulette game example;

Number of ball turns around the wheel = 20

Number, wheel turns around the center = 8

Because they are in opposite directions we can add them. This means that ball will pass this many pockets, 37 x 28 = 1036.

That is long distance.

If a ball gets just a fraction more power at start that may result in the ball ending up on opposite side of the wheel.

My challenge was to find the way to detect that change in speed and calculate necessary adjustments. It took me 4 years to come to this level and in that time I improved my way of playing a lot.

Actually there are two main ways to predict where the ball would stop.

One way is legal and is developed by visually tracking the ball and predicting where it would stop. This gives me a small advantage over the Casino. The other way is illegal in most Countries and includes use of a specially designed electronical device attached to your body that signals you. This is more accurate and gives me a large advantage over the Casino.

All this is based on my own skills on how to use my device and on data I\'ve collected in recent times. As I said, it took me 4 years of intensive thinking and experimenting to develop a system that is so balanced.

Why the system works as it works would be hard to understand for most ordinary people. The user needs to understand the details to be able to best use it. It\'s the same as for a non technical person to understand how only three colors red, green and blue can make so many different colors on a TV screen including white and black. Most people are just happy to use the TV.

With supporting documents and a graphical presentation and simulation it should not be any problem to learn how to best use the device.