Jake- out of courtesy I will make one further comment to you as you appear to come from that concrete school of fixed limited views in black and white elementary mathematics. All this may be deleted shortly but one detail here as you indicate that every spin in roulette is independent.
If you had done due diligence ( do you know what this means) before writing to me you would have seen in my writing on this roulette forum that of course every spin in roulette is independent. Of course it is. It is also connected to what has gone before and to what will follow. It is a complex matrix of linkages that is not at all understood or appreciated by most players.
The closer to the present the more powerful the interaction, and cluster analysis is one way of interpreting this to your advantage if the player is able to 'read' the game, the flow, the short cycle nature of roulette. There are other ways also.
What is important to me is that this is not theory - it is empirical based study and works to the player's advantage most of the time ( but not always). That is why I refer to win cycles and corrective cycles. My private bet developed over a 30 year time frame works flat staking with a range of positive edge against the house, and can be operated in as many sets, or frames of reference as you might imagine. I have about 12, although in practical play with WF and MB16 I use 3 sets - this on 60 second time frames for rapid live roulette.
MB 16 is a crude simple fixed bet that has no edge, but it has a use as a reader of the game flow, as to win or loss cycles. So I use it as a low level platform above which I superimpose, when I choose multiple further platforms. I do not use computer technology for this. I do this live at the wheel and after years of paper and card practice I now do it all mentally, ie invisibly to the casino.
This has vast implications as no one can shut me down or pull the plug -lol.
Also I lose sometimes and that keeps everyone happy, but how the scales are managed makes all the difference.
I do not fight with casinos. I like chatting to dealers and yesterday while playing at table limits toward the end of the session, I chided the dealer to acknowledge ( sometimes) my successful bets ( and not to comment other than constructively). All this was done with good grace and humour.
Interestingly the session ended just as the dealer finished his shift.
My play is not adversarial as it is my view that with such a belief and attitude from the player, this will bring about intensified repercussions sooner or later.
I play with an attitude to the dealer and administration that we are 'all in the same boat'. I respect their needs and functions, and they should ( and do) mine. This works more than not. Just as with my returns. Of course the live casinos have aspects that can interfere with our intention and focus. However we just have to transcend that with good grace and good will. When you are winning the world does appear a happier and more co-operative place/ space.
I have summarised my current attitude to play, and this has developed considerably over the past 2-3 years, and has now come into sharp focus with my current model of play. In my head it is all portable, flexible and adaptable.
Jake, if you have understood 25% of what I have stated and are genuine in your enquiries, and not just another messenger from the Frozen Mathematics Police Department (FMPD), then this conversation can continue on another theme thread I will establish. If however it is just more of your same ( and I have noted your various remarks to Gizmo) in response, then this will be the end of our communication.