One of the qualities I am looking to explore, demonstrate, and emphasise here is Simplicity.
First it is necessary to have considerable practical experience.
From that sum of that total it is possible to draw elements that are the quintessence of successful roulette play.
Nevertheless I cannot emphasise enough the variation between every expression of the game as they can vary enormously.
From play in a grand formal room at the Ritz to Baden-Baden, to a boutique compact casino in home territory, to strange locations and unknown cultures, to Vegas play, to Macao. Then to electronic live play internet, then to RNG, then to a table such as SH rouletteplayers.org - all contrast so much, and it takes some local practice to gain equilibrium to build upon.
This thread title really is the theme here. SpaceTime.
I believe an essence in roulette is TIME - knowing when to start, continue, then stop. It is all timing. Sessions for most efficiency need to be short, and goals need to reflect this understanding.
SPACE is the chosen location, and gap between sessions.
TIME is the reflection of the judgement call by the player who has total attention and focus on maximum efficiency.
The solution is thus Simple. SPACETIME.
In the SH table Bach has + 118,035 units in only 384 spins.
Oasis has + 32,300 units in 511 spins.
Key technique here is to slingshot a strong start ( eventually if necessary) and gain sufficient unit bank to handle variance of retracements but to leverage from sequences of win cycles we are familiar with in MB 16, and these often permit triple winning one spin hits. It is wise to stop after sufficient success to consolidate gains, and then to await a start within a triggered win cycle at commencement more often than not, and to stop after loss.