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Contrary to public belief, the roulette wheel can be beaten!

Not by magically guessing the next winning number (which, sadly, is impossible) – but instead by meticulously analyzing all past results (spins/numbers) of a roulette table. This is done with the help of Artificial Intelligence and an extensive database containing millions of spin records. It enables us to calculate the probability of the very best bets to place on that table for the upcoming spin or spins!

How are we able to do that?
Over the past 10 years, we’ve gathered more than 75 million spin results from the world’s leading online roulette casinos. This vast dataset has undergone rigorous analysis and AI processing, enabling us to develop a formula that accurately predicts the most likely winning number for the next spin. Put simply, it advises on the optimal bets to secure a profit!

All we need to know are the results of (at least) the last 10 spins from the platform you are currently playing on. The longer the sequence of winning numbers is provided, the more effectively our mathematical model can interpret and recommend bets for the upcoming spins.

An example:
Let’s say on the platform you are currently playing, the last 17 winning numbers have been:

(7, 21, 24, 11, 0, 34, 35, 36, 3, 2, 36, 35, 34, 9, 8, 19, 1)

After employing AI to analyze these spins and cross-referencing them with our extensive database of 75 million other spin records, an exceptionally rare anomaly surfaces: three duplicates – the numbers 36, 35, and 34 each appearing twice within just 8 spins out of the complete sequence, comprising 17 spins.

This series is remarkably uncommon, bordering on a probability that can be characterized as “virtually zero.”

This presents a prime opportunity to exclude this trio of numbers, as the likelihood of another occurrence in spin 18 would be so improbable that it would not materialize within hundreds of thousands of spins.

Within this sequence, ‘Red’ exhibits a notably higher frequency, though in a smooth sequence – a result that is exceedingly typical and not unexpected. Additionally, there is a diminished representation of numbers from the second dozen, as well as even numbers.

For this series of ‘previous’ spins, our suggestions for smart bets for the upcoming spin would be:

(In this betting example, the placed chips sum up to 155 USD, but of course, you could also just bet a fraction of that, lowering the amount by a factor of 10x on each bet or as you see fit.)

• Straight bets* on the numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17
• A street bet** covering the numbers 4, 5, and 6
• A street bet covering the numbers 10, 11, and 12
• A street bet covering the numbers 13, 14, and 15
• Betting on “Black” with a 2:1 payout.

*payout of 35:1, **payout of 11:1.

In the ideal scenario for the next spin, placing chips as shown in the picture and landing on any of the numbers 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, or 15 would yield a \$520 payout, resulting in a high \$365 profit.

Another example:
Let’s say on the platform you are currently playing, the last 28 winning numbers have been:

(9, 27, 23, 1, 11, 13, 12, 12, 9, 29, 22, 6, 5, 36, 32, 26, 23, 9, 7, 9, 0, 3, 2, 5, 34, 36, 30, 19)

A few observations from these spin results: That’s four occurrences of ‘9’ out of 28 spins, with a probability of approximately 0.566%, or about 1 in 177. A fifth winning number of ‘9’ would have an approximately 0.089% probability, or about 1 in 1126, making it highly unlikely. There is a high presence of ‘red’ in that sequence with 71.43% being red numbers, having a statistical probability of just 0.83%. Yet another red number would now have a further decreased statistical probability of just 0.56%.

For this series of ‘previous’ spins, our suggestions for smart bets for the upcoming spin would be:

(In this betting example, the placed chips sum up to 140 USD, but of course, you could also just bet a fraction of that, lowering the amount by a factor of 10x on each bet or as you see fit.)

• A bet on “Even” with a 1:1 payout.
• A street bet covering the numbers 4, 5, and 6 with a payout of 11:1.
• Betting on “Black” with a 1:1 payout.
• And a “Corner bet” that covers the numbers 25, 36, 28, and 29 with a payout of 8:1.

If the next winning number is 6, our total winnings for these bets in this spin alone would amount to \$380. After deducting the total bets placed (\$140), our net profit would be an impressive \$240!

You see, the real way of beating any roulette table is not “magic” – it’s the ability to precisely calculate the probabilities of the next few spins!

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