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Driver123

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Looking for spin distance tracker
Mar 13, 09:47 AM 2021
Hello,
I am looking for an excell sheet to calculate permanence.
  on spin distance.

I have my sistem working good for now, but I need too much time to calculate data and study a wheel...
so in details I need sheet to:

1) insert spin (2oo at least..)
2) calculate distance on wheel over 2 spins.
3) have statistic data of permanence of these distance.

After all this, I will start a blog thread to study this system.

thank you in advance

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FreeRoulette

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Hello,
I am looking for an excell sheet to calculate permanence.
  on spin distance.

I have my sistem working good for now, but I need too much time to calculate data and study a wheel...
so in details I need sheet to:

1) insert spin (2oo at least..)
2) calculate distance on wheel over 2 spins.
3) have statistic data of permanence of these distance.

After all this, I will start a blog thread to study this system.

thank you in advance

If this is the wheel
[0,32,15,19,4,21,2,25,17,34,6,27,13,36,11,30,8,23,10,5,24,16,33,1,20,14,31,9,22,18,29,7,28,12,35,3,26]

Spin 1: 27
Spin 2: 23

Is the distance 6? Or are you counting how many times the ball goes around the wheel and entering that into the spreadsheet? Also, is the spin 1 number the number that hit last or the number that the dealer releases the ball at?

 
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Are you looking for the distance between outcome to the outcome - then you need real-life data - because with casino files on internet are not separated with cw and ccw

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You can get it here:

https://www.rouletteforum.cc/index.php?topic=20432.15

I hope this helps.

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schrodinger

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Hello,
I am looking for an excell sheet to calculate permanence.
  on spin distance.

If you understand python I can make you this later. maybe in 5  hours when  I get some free time. I will put in github you can get it from there. cheers

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Normy2000

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This file wont import 200 spins but will give you the distance.
Cheers, normy
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cristal2000

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This is an old program of mine to calculate distances, I am making it available to you here



mariopm

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This file wont import 200 spins but will give you the distance.
Cheers, normy
your other tool much better than this ,wheel dicplacement

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Normy2000

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This tool is still available there: http://www.norcosoft.com/Download/WheelDisplacement.zip
can i get your contact??i want send video for you

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Normy2000

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It is in my profile, support@norcosoft.com
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