Here's the problem with many systems and system players.

They tend to look at the past spins to reinforce the gambler's fallacy.

For example, red has just hit 14 times in a row, so therefore black must be destined to hit, because the probability of red hitting again are astronomical.

In reality, the only probability that matters is that of the next spin.

The law of the third and unique number cult think in the same way. If 34 or 35 unique numbers have hit, then they feel that the probability of another unique number hitting is astronomical. Consequently they naively believe that they can exploit the past spins by betting on the other 34 or 35 numbers while ignoring the true probability of winning on the next spin.

**They naively believe that the rare event probability trumps the probability of the next spin.**The fallacy goes even further. When looking at the past spins they often say, that they would have one on "that sequence" or that their numbers were hitting big and they'd be winning if they just would have bet on them. They remember the ways in which they would have won, but completely ignore all of the ways that they would have lost.