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Statistics for even money chances part 4
Part 4 of our statistics for even money chances deals with the distribution of :
1. clusters of singles
2. clusters of series ( series of different length)
Part 5 will discuss the appearance and distribution of clusters of
series of 2 and greater)
1. In 131,072 spins ( again without consideration of zero/doublezero ) ¾ of the spins ( 98,304) form 32,768 series and ¼ of the spins ( 32,768) form the singles. From these 32,768 singles ¼ ( 8,192) did appear as isolated singles and ¾ ( 24,596 ) form the clusters of singles ( together 8,192 clusters of singles).
These 8,192 clusters break into:
in accordance with the following table, whereby a cluster of 16 singles is on average the longest cluster in a permanence of 131,072 spins.
Table 1: distribution of clusters of singles in 131,072 spins
without zero on a double even money chance: BLACK & RED
Table 2: shows the distribution and appearance of isolated series of various length and clusters of series of various length on a double even money Chance (BLACK & RED) in a permanence of 1024 spins without zero/doublezero divided in 16 sections of 64 spins each:
2.This table of the distribution of any series of various length on a double even money chance corresponds exactly to the table of the distribution of the singles on an equivalent chance.
From table 2 ( BASICS / statistics of even money chances part 2: Law of appearance of singles and series in 1024 spins without zero on a double even money chance: BLACK / RED 1024 SPINS) we could see that in a permanence of 1024 spins 256 series (768 spins) are formed.
The above distribution table clearly shows the fact that of these 256 series, 64 series with 192 spins did appear isolated and not connected (not in clusters); that is limited by singles. Besides 64 accumulations of connected series (clusters of series) of any length have appeared. These 64 accumulations form 192 series with 576 spins.
In summary can be said that in a roulette-permanence the sum of isolated series, i.e. not connected (clustered), is equal the sum of clusters of series. There are as many clusters of 2 series as clusters of more than 2 series and so forth. This law of appearance is valid for singles and series.
The law of distribution of clusters of series is equal to the law of distribution of clusters of singles!
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