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Statistics for even money chances part 5
In part 5 of our statistics for even money chances we discuss the appearance of series of 2, 3, 4 and 5 as isolated units and as clusters. Table 1: the appearance of series of 2 on a double even money chance ( Black & Red) in a permanence of 1024 spins (without zero/doublezero) in 8 sections of 128 spins each. It became clear that in 1024 spins without zero the singles claim 256 spins and the series 764 spins. 128 series of 2 claim 256 spins. Of these 256 spins ¼ (64 spins) form the 32 series of 2 which did appear as isolated units and ¾ (192 spins) form the various clusters of series of 2. There are: Table 2: distribution of high clusters of series of 2 starting with clusters of six series of 2 in a roulette permanence of 131,072 spins without zero/doublezero. Table 3: the appearance of series of 3 on a double even money chance ( Black & Red) in a permanence of 1024 spins (without zero/doublezero) in 4 sections of 256 spins each. We here can see that in 1024 spins without zero the 64 series of 3 claim 192 spins. Of these 192 spins ¼ (48 spins) form the 16 series of 3 which did appear as isolated units and ¾ (144 spins) form the various clusters of series of 3. There are: Table 4: distribution of high clusters of series of 3 starting with clusters of five series of 3 in a roulette permanence of 131,072 spins without zero/doublezero. Table 5: the appearance of series of 4 on a double even money chance ( Black & Red) in a permanence of 1024 spins (without zero/doublezero) in 2 sections of 512 spins each. In 1024 spins without zero the 32 series of 4 claim 128 spins. Of these 128 spins ¼ (32 spins) form the 8 series of 4 which did appear as isolated units and ¾ (96 spins) form the eight clusters of series of 4. There are: Table 6: distribution of high clusters of series of 4 starting with clusters of four series of 4 in a roulette permanence of 131,072 spins without zero/doublezero. Table 7: distribution of high clusters of series of 5 starting with clusters of three series of 5 in a roulette permanence of 131,072 spins without zero/doublezero. We don't consider it useful to continue these tables for the higher series (series of six, seven, eight and higher). You can quite clearly see from the above tables that the high clusters of equal series inevitably must appear. Their number differs only slightly from the number fixed by the statistical law since their average appearance is constant. Only the time of their appearance remains unknown! TO BE CONTINUED !© 2000 - 2004 win-maxx.com |