-> THE APPEARANCE OF DOZENS AND COLUMNS

The Appearance of Dozens and Columns

Every portion of our statistic contains 1024 consecutive spins (to be accurate, we have to mention, that on a single-zero wheel roughly 29 spins for Zero, and on a double-zero wheel roughly 58 spins for Zero and Doublezero have to be added). We do not count the Zero and Doublezero, because they do not interupt our permanence. Zero and Doublezero are simply a direct tax (or the houses edge/ 2.7% on single zero wheels, and 5.26% on double zero wheels) charged by the Casinos. There is no way to evade this tax. However in BASICS we give You information to lessen the impact of this tax, simply by insuring Your bets. We record Zero or Doublezero in a seperate column of our form. In the example below Zero came out after No. 32 and before No. 29. Zero/Doublezero do not disturb the formation of our dozenfigures. In theory every dozen or column will appear 342 times in a permanence of 1024 spins. Those appearances will form 228 figures. The above table for example shows number 17 followed by number 22, which is a series of 2. The 12 is a single-unit between two different dozens. 32,29 and 28 form a series of 3. The number 16 beeing a single-units between the third and the first dozen.

The 228 figures in 1024 spins break down to:
 152 single-units 152 figures 152 spins and 76 series of which are: series of 2 51 figures 102 spins series of 3 17 figures 51 spins series of 4 5 figures 20 spins series of 5 2 figures 10 spins series of 6 or higher 1 figure 7 spins 228 figures 342 spins

In 1024 consecutive spins all three dozens together will form 684 figures:
 456 single-units 456 figures 456 spins and 228 series of which are: series of 2 153 figures 306 spins series of 3 51 figures 153 spins series of 4 16 figures 64 spins series of 5 6 figures 30 spins series of 6 or higher 2 figures 15 spins 684 figures 1024 spins

These statistics clearly show:
single-units (one dozen stands between two other dozens) appear about two times as much as any series. The number of series of 2 is one third the number of single-units. The number of series of 3 is one third of the number of series of 2. The number of series of 4 is one third the number of series of 3 and so forth.