Started by VLS, Sep 23, 2023, 04:30 PM
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Quote from: BayesIf the wheel is random (all outcomes equally likely and independent) then all patterns will be the same regardless of how they were generated. If you create a 'virtual' wheel and test a system using numbers from random.org and compare with results from a real wheel you won't be able to tell any difference, even though there are no actual sectors. This must be the case because there's nothing special about the order of numbers around the wheel or on the layout - both are arbitrary and could have been arranged in countless other ways.At times you will get 'hot' sectors on your virtual wheel, exactly the same as on a real wheel.