Think what Turo said, he had a time machine, ok at present a time machine don't exist.

But let’s travel back in time in this imaginary machine to when the 1st single zero wheels where introduced.

Okay, this wheel is indestructible, so no bias, so that’s the general f*****, don’t want to hear about pads, frets you name it general this wheel is indestructible, plays perfect.

But there’s a keeper of spins.

So let’s say for the last 2 to 300 years every spin has been recorded, each keeper has handed over the recorder.

Now we get some believe it’s 1/37 spin and that we’d see 37/37 in this time, but as this info is not available from the forum’s two most disbelievers of any system passing millions of spins, so meaning failure.

But what if when you start to play, let’s say you’ll have 148 spins and the keepers records show that the 11th non-hit hits within 2 spins on average and in fact all the non-hit up to the 19th non-hit average to hit in 2 spins.

What would the maximum spins be for the 11th non-hit too hit? If say the keeper’s records showed say from 58 games of 148 spins that the maximum spins was 4 spins.

So the 58 *148 is small amount of data, but what if this keeper’s record for the last 200 years showed the max spins was 6 spins.

Now if 6 is the max after so much time and we also know the average to hit is 2 spins, if you was to be a watcher and see that the 11th has missed its average of 2 and the known till present is 6, would you not now bet, even knowing the max could go 7 one day.