Gizmotron & Alrelax,

You both have valid points. We can’t predict the next outcome and we should pounce on the streaks when they happen.

I would like to offer another point of view to be considered.

I cannot predict the next spin will be a Red or Black, or the next hand will be Banker or Player. I don’t think anyone can predict what the next spin/hand will be.

Therefore, I don’t deal in single spin bet selections, they don’t work so I use Group of Spins.

When you play B & M roulette or baccarat, a usual 8-10 hour session provides 200-500 spins or hands. When my bot plays on line the usual 8-10 hour session is 2,000 -3000 spins/hands.

This is one use of a Group of Spins. During a normal session I get to see many more streaks, many longer streaks and many more opportunities to use my bet selection. I am **more likely** to hit my targets during one session than most B & M players would hit in 2 weeks.

Another use for Group of Spins is in bet selection. A 9 spin group can use the VDW as a base for the bet selection. This proven Math theorem basically says that in 9 spins either a Red or Black will form an AP (Arithmetic Progression).

Does it win all the time in 9 spins? No, of course not. I cannot predict at which spin the AP will be formed, it could be anywhere from the 3rd spin to the 9th. But I can say, it will usually win most of the time at some point.

A bet selection based on VDW rides every streak automatically. You never have to worry about when to start or stop.

Using a solid, mechanical Math and Statistical bet selection reduces the chance for error.

Do we win all the time, No, but we are **more likely** to win.

Cheers

Nick