You contradict yourself, because in a previous post

I know it sounds contradicting, but in this post I was only talking about the traditional approaches that 99.99% of the players are using. I did not want to go into different possibilities. Even though it might appears to be in contradiction to my previous statements, I do believe that it's possible to win with a mechanical system. But it's impossible to beat the odds.

I could spend hours writing essays of why I believe this, but all the information is already on the forum. In short, traditional systems are only looking at spins, and trying to guess what comes in the next spin, or hoping to hit a winner before losing the bankroll. Every spin event is always equally likely and independent. A less used alternative is looking at certain events that are not equally likely to happen and statistically dependent. These two things won't change the odds of the game, but

**in theory** can avoid the law of large numbers, therefore the house edge catching up. But only if you find the right combinations and betting plan. This is extremely hard, and not many people can get there. I've been trying to do it for years.

Now this is something I think should be tested. But not for a million spins. If this approach works, the chart should show a more or less linear line in only 1000 or less spins,

**every time**. And a logical explanation should be able to back the results.