For a moment lets forget that we need to win. Lets see the possibility of applying what the dutch said to the roulette. **Lets not play the game of random numbers and guessing.** Lets play the game in finite 9 number cycles. **Lets play the game using a template and let the casino catch us rather than we going after predicting the casino**. It is paradoxical to note that even though we are playing based on a what we see as previous spins, we are not making any guesses here, but playing to a fixed template. The casino is trying to predict and win over us rather than we predicting what the next spin is. We are just playing to prove the theorem right.

First spin – **B**

Next – **R**

An arithmetic progression of 1,2,3 is not possible.

Next – **R**

An arithmetic progression of 2,3,4 is possible. So we play as per our template to prove the theorem and play **R**.

Alas – **B**. A loss.

No arithmetic progressions possible at this time (1,2,3../ 2,3,4…./3,4,5…/, 1,3,5/ 2,4,6)

Next – **B**

Only possible progression is 4,5,6 to become **B****B****B**. So we play **B**.

Next – **R**. A loss.

Now only possible progression is 1, 4, 7 to become **B****B****B**. So we play **B**.

Next – **B**. A win.

The outcome is LLW

Lets play another game.

First spin – **R**

Second – **B**

Third – **R**

Fourth – **B**

We could get 1,3,5 to be **R****R****R**.

Oh my god – **B**. Lost

Two progressions possible now. 2,4,6 or 4,5,6. Both point to **B****B****B**

Bingo – **B**. Won

Outcome is LW

One final game before I get to bed.

First spin – **B**

Second – **R**

Third – **B**

Fourth – **R**

We could get 1,3,5 to be **B****B****B**

Awesome – **B**. Won.

Outcome is W.

Any thoughts here?

Now look at the following 8 spins.

**B****R****R****B****B****R****R****B**

If we play based on the theorem, what will we play for the 9th spin? Black or Red? Leaving you with these thoughts.