**“Roulette tracking”: how to defeat roulette with the help of a computer.**

So now is the time to see how the program works and how it can or should be used in practice. It should be noted already now that the program does even more than to perform after each spin all the calculations that have been already mentioned in the previous chapters and which are listed in the above list with the events 1 to 64. There is an additional feature that serves to increase the winning probability when a bet is made (more on this later).

In order to understand everything that follows now, it is essential that you look at the **main table with the most important command buttons **and print it out on a sheet of paper, so that you can keep track of it while reading the following sections (screenshot below). Download the image onto your desktop (right-click on the image – “save image as”) and print it so that it fills in about a whole DINA-4 page (adjust the image of the printing surface). You can compare this table with a dashboard in a car. The instruction manual always shows a picture of the entire dashboard. On the different pages of the user manual, the different functions are explained step by step and only a part of the entire dashboard is displayed. That is exactly how we will proceed.

Lay the printed image in width in front of you. Here you now have the central Excel spreadsheet with virtually all the buttons you need for a successful online roulette game. Don’t be surprised by the fact that the table looks a bit complex at first glance. When you have read all the explanations, everything becomes very simple.

Let’s start with some basic principles that apply to all Excel spreadsheets.

First of all, know that an Excel spreadsheet is divided into rows and columns.

At the left edge of the table you can see numbers arranged from top to bottom. That’s the numbering of the lines. For example, on your printed image only lines 1 – 51 can be seen. At the top of the table are letters arranged from left to right. This is the “numbering” of the columns (on your printed picture you can see the letter series from A to BJ).

If we now specify or name a particular __cell__ in the table, we use a number and a letter. For example, the green highlighted number 37 is at the top left corner of cell A1.

In the cell __group__ A33 to AK37 you see (buttons highlighted or underlined in green) the buttons for entering the roulette numbers that show during the active game. For example, if the roulette ball has fallen into the number slot 20, you only need to click on the button 20 once to start the program. Everything else then runs automatically. After completing the calculations (which normally takes no longer than 3 to 5 seconds), the cursor is placed directly below the last number that is in column AL. If the program has found an exceptional series of numbers (for example, if the first dozen has not shown for 17 spins in a row, you will get the appropriate message). Directly below the above-mentioned light green area (cell group A33 – AK37), the following text will be visible in light blue writing: **FIRST DOZEN Simple losingrun**. A so-called “simple losingrun” means that a given chance (in this case, the first dozen on the layout) did not show for an exceptionally long time (how long, that depends on how you set the program). In our example, this message would mean that the first dozen has not shown during 17 spins in a row (event number 6) because the negative deviation is set to 17 (how and where to set the extend of the deviations is explained below).

If the program finds two or even more extraordinary events (which is rare) then several messages will be displayed.

So, let’s start from the beginning and explain step-by-step what to do when you first use the program for the active game. For this we will play through a few (fictive) number series that I give you. For *each* event __category__ (see the description of the 64 extraordinary events under ” What does roulette tracking do?”) we shall play through *a* fictive example.

**Practice Example Number 1**

Open the Excel file with the program «Roulette Tracking». When you open the file for the first time, it automatically opens on the first page (the file consists of several pages, which we also refer to as worksheets or simply tables). On the first page, labeled “Intro” (read at the bottom left of your screen), you will see the name of the program “Roulette Tracking” (in the form of a button) at the top center, a picture with the roulette layout and a picture with the roulette numbers as they are positioned on the wheel of European roulette.

Click on the button labeled “Roulette Tracking” (just click on the title). This takes you to the second page with the main table (labeled “feuil1”), the dashboard of “Roulette Tracking” (which you also have printed out on a DINA 4 sheet).

The first number of our practice permanence is 20. If you were an active online casino player, you would have clicked Spin for the first time to throw the ball in (without betting) and it would have landed in number slot 20. Various online casinos do not offer this option, ie to drop the ball without making a bet (read the article: ” Choosing the right online casino “, point number 8). OK, one more time. At the first spin the number 20 is hit. During a real game, you would now have to switch from the online casino to the excel file to enter the first number.

*How* do you enter the number 20 and start the program?

Simply click on number 20 in the light green area. Much does not happen after this first click. The program only writes the number 20 in the first cell of the columns AL and BK.

**Please note** : in cell A32 there is the number 26. It means that the program does not start to calculate until at least 26 numbers have been entered (you can also enter a smaller number in cell A32; what this number depends on will be explained later).

The next numbers that appear are:

11 – 7 – 30 – 32 – 37 – 7 – 25 – 26 – 6 – 26 – 8 – 18 – 29 – 12 – 31 – 32 – 37 – 10 – 20 – 35 – 14 – 32 – 1 – 3 – 30

Up to the second last number of this series (number 3), the program writes the respective number below the last number that showed in column AL and column BK after each click. And so it goes on until you enter the 26th number (in our example, number 30). As soon as you click on the number 30, “Roulette Tracking” will start performing all the calculations for the first time, looking for one of the 64 extraordinary events. That lasts, as I said, depending on the speed of the computer, between 3 and 5 seconds. If no extraordinary event is found, nothing extraordinary happens. After completing the calculations, the cursor will be placed below the last number in column AL. All you have to do is to take a quick look at the area just below the light green area to check if there is any message. If not, switch back to the online casino, click spin, and wait for the roulette ball to drop into a number slot. You notice the number; with one click, you switch back to the Excel file (by clicking on the Excel symbol at the bottom of your computer screen) and click on the corresponding number (in the light green area in the main table) and the program immediately starts again and performs all the calculations.

After the program has performed its calculations for the first time, for the first time you will also see **the frequency distribution of** the last 26 numbers, in cell group A2 – AK10, and the frequency distribution of the last 26 spaces (parallel permanence) in cell group A12 – AK20 (next picture).

So you see, for example, that the number 32 has already been hit three times, on spin number 5, 17 and 23.

And the frequency distribution of the spaces shows that the two spaces 20 and 24 have shown three times each. Three times the ball has landed on the roulette wheel exactly 20 slots away from the previously hit number and also three times 24 spaces away from the previously hit number (as a reminder: the spaces are always counted counter-clockwise).

Of course, the frequency distribution of the numbers and spaces already contains already a lot of valuable information that could be exploited to make a bet, but be careful: as long as the program has not found an extraordinary event and doesn’t display a message (and thus no bet opportunity), you are well advised to wait. But as you see the distribution of the last 26 numbers and spaces, you might be tempted to make one or the other bet (just like that, to pass time, since it may take too long for you to until the first message is displayed). That’s not what you should do. You have to be patient and wait for the right bet opportunities.

Now let’s take a look at the two columns AL and AM in the main table, after you have entered 26 numbers (next picture).

The picture shows of course only a small part of the main table. As you can see, there are now 26 numbers in column AL (the last 26 numbers hit) and in column AM there are 25 numbers (the spaces between the last 26 numbers, which, as already mentioned, form a parallel permanence ).

If it happens that you enter a wrong number, just wait until the program finishes calculating, then click the button “Last spin off” and reenter the (correct) number.

So, let’s go on with our first practice example. Let me remind you: so far you have spun the roulette wheel 26 times and entered (in the main table) the 26 numbers that were hit. Just below the light green area with the buttons for entering the numbers is a more or less large area. There the messages of the program appear if an unusual event is found.

After you have entered the next number of the first fictive permanence or number series, a first message actually appears. So the next number you enter is number 8.

As soon as the program has finished calculating, you see the following message in the light yellow area (cell group A38 – S51): **13 numbers (or more) gap**

Which means “gap with 13 (or more) adjacent numbers found”. Now, of course, you also have to know the following: for how many spins in a row these 13 adjacent numbers have __not__ shown and what those numbers are.

This brings us to the **area in the main table where you can specify for each (extraordinary) event how big the negative deviation should be** for the program to write the corresponding message. This area includes the cell group AN1-AR45 (next figure).

In the area “circled” with light blue, you can enter the negative deviation for the number gaps. The bold ” **G** ” directly above the 25 stands for “gaps”. Namely, the program looks for gaps (or sectors) with 13 adjacent numbers (during the last 17 consecutive spins, __therefore in the cell AO16 there is a 17__ ) and it looks for sectors with 12 adjacent numbers that have not shown during the last 19 spins (hence the number 19 in cell AO14) and sectors with 11 adjacent numbers that were not hit during the last 21 consecutive spins (hence the number 21 in cell AO12), etc ………… ……

In this illustration, you can see in the light blue “circled” area how the negative deviations are set for events 1 – 5 (see under “What does “Roulette-Tracking” do?). The negative deviations are set by the numbers in the light yellow cells: AO16 – AO14 – AO12 – AO10 – AO8

So in our practice game, we got the message that a sector with 13 (or more) adjacent numbers did not hit for an exceptional long series of spins. In cell AO16 we see that we have set the negative deviation to 17, so all we have to do now is find out which sector it is. For this we want to see the frequency distribution of the last 17 numbers (and not the frequency distribution of the last 26 numbers). To see the frequency distribution of the last 17 numbers, we use the Numbers Frequencies button (next picture).

In cell F23 the number 17 was automatically put by “Roulette Tracking”. Click on the “Numbers Frequencies” button and the program will show you the frequency distribution of the last 17 hit numbers in the light yellow area (cell group A2 – AK10).

If, for some reason, you want to see the frequency distribution of the last X Coups, just change the number in cell F23 and click once on the “Numbers Frequencies” button. To change the number in cell F23 you can use the two small buttons with the plus and minus directly above the cell F23 (clicking on the plus increases the number in cell F23 by one unit, clicking on the minus sets it down one unit) or enter the number manually (use the cursor to click on the cell and enter the number using the computer keyboard).

Back to our practice example. A quick look at the frequency distribution of the last 17 numbers is enough to see that it is the number sector from the number 11 to the number 15 (on the roulette wheel). This sector contains exactly 13 numbers and none of these numbers was hit during the last 17 spins (see next picture).

Whether you bet on these 13 numbers on the next spin or wait until this sector hits, and then re-bet it one or two times, you have to decide that for yourself.

Here is the explanation of **how you** can **change the numbers of the negative deviations** . Just below the cell AR38 you will see two small buttons: one with a plus sign and one with a minus sign. If you click on the plus once, all negative deviations will be increased by __one__ unit; click once on the button with the minus, then all negative deviations are reduced by __one__ unit.

If you only want to change a __specific__ negative deviation, just click once on the cell that has the value for the corresponding deviation, then press “Delete” on your computer keyboard and enter the new number using your computer keyboard.

**Practice**** example number 2** refers to events 38-42 (see the chapter “What does Roulette-Tracking do?”).

Before entering the numbers of this second exercise, click once on the button labeled “Clear all” (just below the “Last spin off” button) to clear the displayed information.

Then enter the following 26 numbers:

5 – 23 – 17 – 37 – 8 – 24 – 2 – 21 – 4 – 5 – 13 – 29 – 17 – 33 – 26 – 11 – 30 – 7 – 29 – 31 – 10 – 21 – 34 – 29 – 28 – 34

If you enter the last number in this series (the number 34), the program will start and perform its calculations for the first time (remember that there must be at least 26 numbers in the AL column for the program to begin calculating).

You get the following message from the program: **9 spaces gap**

So a gap for the spaces was found, which consists of 9 adjacent spaces. Since the negative deviation is set to 25 (next picture, light yellow cell AO26 in the red “circled” area) we know that none of these 9 adjacent spaces was hit during the last 25 spins.

Now, assuming that one of these 9 spaces is hit within the next couple of spins and you want to bet on the numbers that correspond to those spaces, you now need to know which spaces the gap refers to and which are the 9 numbers that correspond to those spaces.

Use the “Spaces Frequencies” button to display the frequency distribution of the last 25 spaces. This button is located just below the “Numbers Frequencies” button, which we used in our first practice example. Before clicking on this button, make sure that the number in cell F27 is set to 25 (we want to see the frequency distribution of the last **25** spaces).

After clicking on the “Spaces Frequencies” button, we see the result in the cell group A12 – AK20 (do not be surprised if nothing changes in the cell group A12 – AK20 after clicking the button mentioned, because the displayed frequency distribution was already the one for the last 25 spaces, since we have only entered 26 numbers so far). The next picture shows the result.

You will immediately see that these are the spaces 24 – 32. To know which numbers correspond to these spaces (counting counter-clockwise around the wheel and starting at the last number that showed), use the following function of the program. In the column BH you see a button with the letter “S” and directly below two dark yellow cells, cells BH5 and BH6. Place the cursor in cell BH5 (just click this cell once with the computer mouse) and enter the number 24 (for the space 24) with your computer keyboard. In the cell below (BH6), enter the number 32 (space 32). Then click once on the button with the «S» and the result is displayed immediately (in cells BH8 – BH16).

So if you want to bet on those numbers for the next spin ( the numbers which correspond to the spaces 24 – 32) then these are the 9 numbers that are in the column BH directly below the two dark yellow cells, ie: 33 – 16 – 24 – 5 – 10 – 23 – 8 – 30 – 11 (next picture).

During an active game, you would now switch back to the online casino and bet these 9 numbers with one or more chips each. Then you click on “Spin” and wait until the ball falls into a number slot. Let’s assume that the number 1 is hit (the 1 is unfortunately 23 slots away from the last hit number, ie the 34, and you will get no hit and lose 9 chips). Now switch back to the Excel file, ie to the main table of the program and click on the button with the number 1 in the area highlighted in light green. This automatically restarts the program and re-executes all calculations (since another number has been added). The oldest number in column AL is removed, all the numbers in this column are put up one cell and everything is checked again for 3-5 seconds. Of course, the frequency distribution of the spaces is also deleted, except for the numbers in column BH (and those in column BK, more on that later). After completion of the calculations, of course, the message appears again: **9 spaces gap **and the numbers corresponding to the spaces 24 – 32 (calculated from the last number shown, ie the number 1) are automatically entered in the cell group BH8 – BH16 (without having to enter the two numbers 24 and 32 again into the yellow cells BH5 and BH6 and clicking on the button with the «S»). So suppose you want to repeat your last bet, so again bet the numbers that correspond to the spaces 24-32. Take a quick look at the frequency distribution of the last 25 spaces (click on the “Spaces Frequencies” button again). The numbers that would have to be bet for the next spin are the 26 – 3 – 35 – 12 – 28 – 7 – 29 – 18 and the 22. If you no longer need the information in the column BH after a hit, you can delete it by clicking on the small “Cl” button (this button is located on the BH42 cell).

If you’ve read through the first two practice examples and now think that the whole thing is quite complicated, then you are completely wrong. A little practice is usually enough to understand what to do from spin to spin. The difficulty is that you have to learn how to bet best. It takes a little more practice. But once you have the program, you can get started and gain your first experience. You will be surprised by the result. Just about every online casino offers you the opportunity to play for fun, without using real money. Be sure to use this feature to gain experience with the roulette tracking method. Take your time. You’ll probably be able to pretty quickly making profits using the Roulette Tracking program. But stay careful. Keep practicing until you have the necessary confidence in the method. Even if you start to work with real money, stay calm and focused and always follow all the instructions you receive in this document in relation to «Money Management »,« Roulette Progressions »and especially the psychological factors.

If you have read this far and understood everything (!!!), you are on the right path. Many important hints will follow.

Let us now turn to another practice ** example** from the event

**(events 6 and 7).**

*category “Dozens Simple Losingrun”***Practice example Number 3**

Again, first click on the button labeled “Clear all” to clear the displayed numbers and then enter the following numbers.

2 – 7 – 26 – 35 – 37 – 3 – 3 – 19 – 12 – 36 – 32 – 23 – 15 – 9 – 11 – 20 – 23 – 8 – 11 – 11 – 21 – 23 – 7 – 4 – 17 – 11

After you have entered the last number of this series, the main program starts again for the first time. After 3 – 5 seconds, the frequency distribution of the numbers and spaces is displayed, but there is no betting opportunity yet (no message is displayed). Enter the next two numbers. First the 2, wait a few seconds until the program is done with calculating and then the number 24.

This time, a double message will appear after the calculations have been completed: **13 numbers on the layout (or more) gap** and also the message (directly below) **THIRD DOZEN simple losingrun** .

The second message means that the third dozen has not shown during the last 17 spins (so none of the numbers from 25-36 has been hit and also not the zero). Why were the last 17 spins considered? Since the negative deviation is set to 17 in the dozens cell (cell AR4). The displayed frequency distributions always refer to the last 26 numbers (since cell A32 contains the number 26). So if you want to see the frequency distribution of the last 17 spins (for the numbers, the spaces or the layout), then you can do that by using the three buttons «Numbers Frequencies», «Spaces Frequencies» and «Layout Frequencies». First put the numbers in cells F23, F27 and F31 to 17 (use the two small buttons + and – directly to the right of the larger buttons) and then click on the “Frequencies” buttons. If you click on the «Layout Frequencies» button, the frequency distribution of the last 17 numbers is displayed on the layout and the numbers in cells A11 to AK11 are also highlighted in different colors (white and yellow), in groups of three (which is a classification of the layout in streets). This is to provide a better overview of the shown frequency distribution (next figure).

You can see that the numbers of the third dozen have not shown during the last 17 spins and also the two numbers 37 (ie the zero) and the number 1. This corresponds to a gap on the layout of a total of 14 numbers and that is why the Program displays the message **13 numbers on the layout (or more) gap** . How you now evaluate and implement this information is up to you again.

Before we play through the fourth practice example, it is time to explain again exactly **why in cell A32 the number 26 stands and what it means to change that number** . It has already been pointed out that this number determines how many numbers are included in the calculations by the program. If this number is 26, then it is always the last 26 numbers that have appeared (and so there are only the last 26 numbers in the column AL and the last 25 in the column AM, even if you have already entered many more numbers so far). In column BK, on the other hand, you will always find all the numbers you have entered (and how you can benefit from this entire permanence, I will explain later).

When you open the Excel file for the first time, the number in cell A32 is set to 26 because the highest negative deviation is set to 25. Otherwise, the program could not perform any calculations for the events for which a negative deviation of 25 is set and less than 26 (for the calculation of the spaces), respectively, less than 25 (for the calculation of the numbers) numbers are available.

You can set the number in cell A32 as you like (you can do that manually by clicking on the corresponding cell and entering the desired number with the computer keyboard), but it always has to (for the reasons mentioned above) be larger than the largest set negative deviation. If this is not the case and you click on a button to enter a number, you will receive a message to change that.

In addition, keep in mind the following: when you open and use the program for the first time, the deviations (and accordingly the number in cell A32) are set so that during the “game” there are usually enough times that you can make a bet without losing your patience. The higher you set the deviations, the less chance there is to get a message and thus, a betting opportunity, but the few events that are detected are so infrequent and exceptional that you have a high probability of making a profit with a well-considered bet.

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**Here are two particularly important remarks:**

**You should always leave all numbers as they are set when you use the program for the first time, whether you are only in practice mode or are using real money. It’s not worth experimenting with other settings. Save this time. I have already done that for you. Either you manage to make long-term profits with online roulette with the preset numbers or you should not attempt to play successful online roulette at all. If you (for whatever reason) still want to reduce one or the other deviation, I recommend that you lower the respective deviation by a maximum of 2 units.****The numbers in the columns BA, BB, BE and BF may never be changed, otherwise the program will not work properly.**

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The more experience you have with the use of the “Roulette-Tracking” program, the more you will appreciate the many opportunities it offers you, **without changing** the default number settings.

As a next **practice example (example number 4**), take the example described under event 8 in detail.

**Practice example number 5** : it refers to the events 12 – 21, the event category we had named *“Wheel-Combinations Simple Losingrun”.*

Enter the following numbers:

10 – 16 – 18 – 21 – 21 – 17 – 1 – 2 – 20 – 31 – 19 – 11 – 7 – 11 – 36 – 33 – 4 – 16 – 12 – 18 – 32 – 1 – 5 – 27 – 28 – 6 – 12

After clicking on button number 6 (the second to last number of this series), the main program will run for the first time. When the calculations are done, you see how the numbers hit so far are distributed on the roulette wheel and the frequency distribution of the spaces (parallel-permanence) at the top of the two light yellow highlighted fields (cell group A2 – AK10 and A12 – AK20). A message is not yet displayed, so none of the 64 events has been detected so far. Now enter the last number of this series and wait a few seconds. The two frequency distributions of the last 26 numbers are displayed again, the oldest number of this series has been removed from column AL and the new number has been added. Also in column AM, the oldest calculated space was removed and the last calculated space was added. The last number is also added in column BK (in column BK all numbers of a series or permanence are always displayed). This time you also get a message: **Wheel Combination 1-1 Simple Losing Run**

** **This message means that none of the numbers of the number combination WC1-1 has been hit within the last 17 spins (the negative deviation for the number combinations WC1 – 1, WC1 – 2 and WC1 – 3 is set to 17, as you can see in cell AR7). Now to know which numbers belong to this combination (ie to the combination WC1 – 1), just click once on the button WC1-1 (cell group O21 – X29, highlighted in dark yellow) and immediately the corresponding numbers are displayed in the cell group K31 – V31 (highlighted in light gray). These are the numbers 3 – 8 – 9 -10 -14 – 17 – 23 – 25 – 26 – 31 – 34 – 35

Remember that the distribution of these numbers on the roulette wheel is not random (see event 12). As always, there are several options for evaluating or exploiting this information. My personal preference is usually to wait until one of the corresponding numbers is hit and then re-bet that number combination a few times, expecting that another number of this combination will be hit soon.

**Practice example number 6:** refers to events 22 – 28 and the event ** category** we designated with:

*«Layout-Combinations Simple Losingrun»*Here is the fictive series of numbers you enter: 15 – 2 – 13 – 1 – 29 – 29 – 5 – 30 – 20 – 12 – 13 – 4 – 3 – 10 – 3 – 30 – 37 – 8 – 3 – 28 – 7 – 20 – 7 – 12 – 25 – 2 – 19 – 27

After you enter the third last number of this row, the main program will run for the first time (since 26 numbers have been entered, in cell A32 this minimum is set to 26). After completing the calculations you will, as always, see for the first time the frequency distribution of numbers and spaces and the permanence of numbers and spaces in columns AL, AM and BK. Enter the next number, the number 19. Again, no message appears, the frequency distributions and the permanences are merely updated. After entering the last number of this series (the number 27), the following message appears after the calculations have been completed:

**DOUBLESTREETS 3 and 6 Layout Combination 2-3 Simple Losingrun**

The layout combination 2-3 (which contains the two double-streets 3 and 6, ie the numbers 13-18 and 31-36) was not hit 17 times in a row. The negative deviation for the combinations of the double-streets, labeled LC2, is set to 17 (cell AR12). To know that the layout combination 2-3 is the double-streets 3 and 6, all you need to do is to look at the sheet that contains all the combinations and that you find under “feuil2”. So click on “feuil2” at the bottom of your screen to see the details. Then back to the main table by clicking on “feuil1”. The two double-streets 3 and 6 were not hit during 17 spins in a row. Evaluate this information profitably.

**Practice example number 7** : Event 29 ( ** «Dozens Repeats Losingrun»** )

Read again the explanations under event 29 and use the following number series to play through this event once. The negative deviation is set in cell AR22

11 – 15 – 29 – 4 – 5 – 37 – 20 – 1 – 7 – 35 – 33 – 7 – 33 – 1 – 13 – 36 – 24 – 6 – 36 – 4 – 15 – 1 – 27 – 11 – 28 – 10

The same considerations apply to the columns (negative deviation in cell AR23).

**Practive example number 8** : Events 31 – 35 (event ** categories “Wheel-sector Repeats Losingrun”** and

**). The deviations are set in the cells AR25 and AR26 (for the “wheel sectors”) and in the cells AR 28, AR29 and AR30 for the “wheel combinations”.**

*“Wheel-Combinations Repeats Losingrun”* The difference between the “Wheel Sectors” and the “Wheel Combinations” is that the “wheel sectors” are sectors on the roulette wheel that contain 12 or 9 adjacent numbers; on the other hand, for the “wheel combinations” they are combinations made up of different smaller sectors. The exact description of these chances can be read again under ** “Wheel-Combinations Simple Losingrun”** (events 12 – 21). By the way, these “wheel sectors” are missing in the ”

__Simple__Losingruns”, since they are already included in the event category “Number Gaps” (here all negative deviations are checked for all possible sectors with 9, 10, 11, 12 or 13 adjacent numbers).

Here is the series of numbers to enter for practice example number 8:

13 – 9 – 20 – 15 – 6 – 2 – 35 – 30 – 17 – 18 – 9 – 15 – 26 – 35 – 4 – 1 – 8 – 16 – 9 – 36 – 27 – 2 – 1 – 24 – 7 – 23

After entering the last number (ie 23) the main program runs for the first time and executes its calculations. You will also receive a message immediately, namely the following:

**Repeats Losing Run on WC3 – Bet WC3-4**

Actually, the message should have been shorter, just “Repeats Losingrun WC3”. In this case, you will also be notified which combination of numbers you would have to bet on the next spin (assuming that a repeat of the last combination occurs, or at least within the next couple of spins). The program does this so that you do not have to look for yourself to which of the 4 number combinations (WC3-1, WC3-2, WC3-3 and WC3-4) belongs to the last number that was hit. In this case, the number combination WC3-4 should be followed up (we assume that a repetition of the last combination occurs, since this was not the case during 19 consecutive spins). To know which 9 numbers belong to the combination WC3-4, you will be shown when you click once on the small button labeled WC3-4 (under Wheel Combinations, cell groups O21 to X29). You can also check the table by clicking on “feuil2” at the bottom of the screen.

Whether you bet directly or wait until the first repeat of one of the 4 combinations occurs, only to start betting then, in the expectation that __another__ repeat will occur within the next spins, or if you follow the trend (ie betting all numbers of the combinations WC3-1, WC3-2 and WC3-3, which together make up 27 numbers) that will of course again be up to you. The program provides valuable information about exceptional negative deviations, the evaluation and implementation of this information is up to the player. That can not be underlined often enough.

**The special treatment of the “Repeats Losingruns** ” (Practice examples number 7, 8, 9 and 12)

With the “Repeat Losing Runs” you should pay attention to the following: if, for example, there has been no repeat of the dozens during the last 15 consecutive spins, “Roulette Tracking” will alert you by showing the appropriate message. If the “Security Check” (see below) turns out to be that you choose to make one or more bets directly (expecting to see a repeat of the last dozen during the next couple of spins), then you bet the way you do with other deviations too. But if the “security check” shows that there has been an above-average number of repeats for the dozens during the 15 spins that directly precede the last 15 spins, then you should be cautious (because the deviation, based on the last 30 spins, is then a bit too low). Either you don’t bet at all or you wait until the deviation comes to an end (that is, when finally a repeat of the last dozen occurs) and then you start betting (expecting another repeat of the last shown dozen to occur within the next couple of spins). BUT: if, for example, the second dozen is hit twice in a row and the deviation concerned comes to an end with that spin, you would have to bet the second dozen directly again (expecting another repeat of the second dozen). Although it can not be excluded that the latter happens, it is recommended in this case to wait at least one more spin to see what happens. If it really comes directly to another repeat (so the second dozen is hit directly again), then it is advisable to make no bet at all. If another dozen is hit instead, then we may start betting on the last dozen that showed. In case of another loss, it is recommended to stop betting.

What is true for this example with the dozens also applies to all other “Repeats Losingruns”.

**Practice example number 9** : Events 36 and 37; Event *category «Layout Combinations Repeats Losingrun»*

Number series to be entered:

2 – 8 – 37 – 9 – 15 – 18 – 23 – 6 – 2 – 7 – 19 – 30 – 32 – 11 – 36 – 5 – 17 – 30 – 21 – 7 – 17 – 10 – 31 – 27 – 31 – 1

After entering the last number of this series, the main program starts for the first time. After completing the calculations (ie after an average of 3 to 5 seconds), you will see the following message: **Repeats losingrun on LC2 – Bet LC2-1**

Like in the previous practice example, the “Layout combination” LC2 is made up of the chances “Double-street 1 and 4”; «Double-street 2 and 5» and «Double-street 3 and 6». During the last 15 spins (the negative deviation is set to 15, cell AR33), none of these chances repeated, from one spin to the next one. So there is an opportunity to bet on a repeat for the next spin. Since the last number that was hit is 1 and 1 belongs to the chance “Double-street 1 and 4”, we bet on the two double-streets 1 and 4. If not hit, the chance that has last shown is bet again. For example, if number 36 shows, for the next spin the two double-streets 3 and 6 would have to be bet. Of course, as with all other events, you have the choice of using this information in different ways: either you bet on a repeat or you wait until a repeat occurs and then you start to bet (expecting that there will be another repeat within the next couple of spins, or you follow the trend and bet against a repeat (in that case, of course, you have to bet 4 double-streets).

It should be pointed out once again that the roulette tracking program has another very useful function: it is a “security check”, which is a security measure that you can use to get an even higher probability for a hit (more on that later).

**Practice example number 10** refers to the event ** category “Spaces Neighbors Simple Losingrun”** . These are the events 43 – 46.

Enter the following series: 5 – 32 – 33 – 37 – 37 – 1 – 8 – 23 – 29 – 15 – 11 – 7 – 19 – 33 – 20 – 13 – 13 – 37 – 12 – 10 – 27 – 7 – 28 – 19 – 1 – 14

After entering the last number of this fictive series (ie the number 14), the main program starts for the first time (since now 26 numbers have been entered and the minimum amount of numbers that must be available, so that roulette tracking starts calculating, is set to 26, cell A32). After completing the calculations you get the message: **Last space and 5 neighbours on each side Simple Losingrun**

This means that the last 13 spaces from parallel permanence were always more than 5 units apart. The last 13 calculated spaces are namely (column AM): 28 – 18 – 35 – 12 – 37 – 12 – 4 – 15 – 7 – 17 – 36 – 29 – 17 – 35

The difference from one to the next space is always greater than 5 (between space 28 and space 18 there is a difference of 10 units, between 18 and 35 there are 17 units, etc.). It therefore makes sense to assume that within the next spins two consecutive spaces occur, which are less than 6 units apart.

How to determine which numbers to bet if we want to start betting for the next spin? In column AM we see at the end of the row that the last space is 35 (counting from number 1 to number 14 on the roulette wheel – counter-clockwise – makes a space of 35, the number of slots between 1 and 14 is 35). So, if we assume that for the next spin the number of slots between the last number that showed (number 14) and the next one will be lower than 6, then we have to bet space 35 and 5 neighbour spaces on each side, ie: 30 – 31 – 32 – 33 – 34 – 35 – 36 – 37 – 1 – 2 – 3 (the 37 stands for zero, ie the space zero, which means that the same number is hit twice in a row on the roulette wheel). And to see what numbers correspond to these spaces, we proceed again as in practice example number 2. In the two dark yellow cells BH5 and BH6 we write with the computer keyboard: 30 and 3 (click the cell BH5 and enter 30, click the cell BH6 and enter 3) and then click once on the small button with the «S», which is exactly above it and the numbers to be bet are displayed immediately. These are the numbers: 28 – 7 – 29 – 18 – 22 – 9 – 31 – 14 – 20 – 1 – 33

As an example, we assume that none of these numbers is hit on the next spin (we lose 11 units). For example, enter the number 3 and wait until “Roulette-Tracking” has finished with the calculations. The same message as after the previous spin is displayed. Now you have to be careful: in column BH are now the newly calculated numbers, which still correspond to the spaces 30 to 3. But now, after a new roulette number has shown, you have to consider again the last calculated space in column AM (namely space 27) and calculate 5 units downwards and upwards: that gives the spaces 22 to 32. So enter these two spaces into the cells BH5 and BH6 and then let the program display the numbers that correspond to these spaces (again by clicking on the small button with the «S»). These are the numbers 36 – 13 – 27 – 6 – 34 – 17 – 25 – 2 – 21 – 4 – 19

Now suppose the next number that shows is 19. With the 19 we get a hit and win, because the 19 is exactly 5 slots (or spaces) away from the last hit number (the number 3).

If you’ve read through this example and do not have the Roulette Tracking program to actually try out the practice examples with the program, you probably think that the whole thing is quite complicated. But you are totally wrong. As mentioned earlier, handling the program is a child’s play, once you have understood the function of the different buttons, and especially if you have understood exactly what the 64 different events are that are checked by “Roulette-Tracking” after each spin.

**If you take the time to read this document completely (!!!!), from the beginning and do not skip any page (!!!), only then you get an idea of what the program “Roulette Tracking” is able to do and yet very easy to handle or use.**

** If you don’t want or can’t take this time, please do not read further; it would be a waste of time.**

**Practice example number 11** : refers to events 47 – 56 from the event *category “Spaces-Combination Simple Losingrun”*

As with the numbers on the roulette wheel or the layout, the spaces can be used to create different chances. In the “Spaces – Combinations” category, 10 different chances were created (see under ” What makes” Roulette Tracking ” ,where you can read again which combinations or chances these are).

Now enter the following numbers by clicking on the corresponding buttons in the light green area (cell group A33 – AK37):

9 – 17 – 37 – 18 – 1 – 25 – 18 – 3 – 20 – 14 – 33 – 17 – 34 – 4 – 37 – 33 – 30 – 6 – 14 – 24 – 30 – 15 – 3 – 10 – 11 – 5 – 2 – 26

After entering the last number you get the following message: **Spacecombination 1-1 simple losingrun**

The combination or chance SC1-1 contains the following spaces: 1 – 2 – 3 – 10 – 11 – 12 – 19 – 20 – 21 – 28 – 29 – 30

None of these spaces was hit within the last 17 spins (you can verify that in column AM).

To know which numbers correspond to these spaces on the roulette wheel, just click once on the button labeled SC1-1 (cell group AB21 – AK32, light yellow highlighted area, directly under “Spaces Combinations”) and the corresponding numbers will be displayed immediately in column BI in the light yellow cells. The program calculates the spaces given above (1 – 2 – 3 10 – 11, etc.), starting from the last number that was hit (that is number 26). So, whether you want to bet on these numbers for the next spin, or wait until one of the spaces from combination SC1-1 is hit first, then re-bet a few times, expecting one more of those spaces to appear within the next couple of spins, that’s up to you, as always. Or you can decide to bet on all the spaces that do not belong to combination SC1-1 to follow the trend.

**The trick is to take your time and look at all the information displayed by “Roulette-Tracking” after each spin. You will learn a lot about roulette when doing that and the more you learn, the more often you will take the right decisions. Don’t be in a hurry to “play” with real money. Practice, practice, practice first with the program.**

Here’s another **tip** : if for example you decide after a certain deviation has reached the set length and you get the appropriate message from “Roulette Tracking” (the first dozen, for example, has not been hit 17 times in a row), **not** to start betting on the next spin, but to wait until the deviation comes to an end and then follow up (which means, you start now betting the chance that hasn’t shown for so long, except on the last spin of course), the following will happen occasionally: the deviation will get even more and more important (in our case the first dozen will not show again during the following 6, 7 or 8 spins). Such an exceptionally important deviation, can be a good opportunity to continue betting a little longer than usual, expecting to hit not only once, but two, three – or maybe even four times within the next 4, 5 or 6 spins. Especially if the “Security Check” has shown that even during the 17 spins that precede the 17 spins that led to the specific message of “Roulette Tracking” (First Dozen Simple Losingrun “) a given chance (in this case, the first dozen) was hit under average. Such extraordinary events would also give us the opportunity to place several units (or chips) per number instead of just one chip per number. You will make real good profits from time to time with such bets. Nevertheless, beware: as exceptional as a deviation can be, there is **never** a guarantee that your bets will end in profit.

**Practive example number 12:** Events 57 – 59 (event ** category** :

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*“Spaces-Combination Repeats Losingrun”*Here are the numbers to enter: 20 – 1 – 16 – 37 – 3 – 20 – 25 – 3 – 5 – 10 – 13 – 17 – 7 – 14 – 24 – 8 – 12 – 19 – 15 – 33 – 8 – 37 – 23 – 11 – 4 – 9

After entering the last number (ie the number 9) and after the calculations are completed (which usually takes 3 – 5 seconds) you will see the following message: **SpaceCombination2 Repeats Losingrun – Bet SC2-2**

If you switch over to table «feuil2» (simply click on «feuil2» at the bottom of the screen), you will see that the combination SC2 consists of three chances containing each 12 numbers, which are spaces of course (parallel permanence). The message means that none of these chances has been hit repeatedly during the last 15 consecutive spins. It makes sense to follow up the chance that was hit last (in the expectation that it will be repeated at the next spin). The last space is space 14 and belongs to the chance SC2-2. That’s why the program also **tells** you: **Bet SC2-2**. You still have the choice to wait until a repeat of the respective chance occurs, and only then start betting (in the expectation that at least one more repeat will occur within the next few spins).

To find out which numbers should be set, simply click on the small button labeled SC2-2 (in the cell group AB21 – AK32) and the numbers to be set (that is, the spaces 2 – 5 – 8 – 11 – 14 – 17 – 20 – 23 – 26 – 29 – 32 – 35 calculated from the last number that showed, number 9) are displayed in column BI: those are number 14 (the number 14 is two slots away from number 9), number 33 (the 33 is 5 slots away from the 9; counted counter-clockwise, as always), number5 (the 5 is 8 slots away from the 9), and so on.

If none of these numbers are hit, a new message appears. For example: **enter** the number 2, wait a few seconds and the message is: **SpaceCombination2 Repeats Losingrun – Bet SC2-3** . It means that there has still been no repeat for the three chances SC2-1; SC2-2 and SC2-3.

Since the number 2 belongs to the chance SC2-3, now the 12 numbers of this chance would have to be bet (again in the expectation that one of these 12 numbers will be hit and there will be a repeat of the respective chance). So click once on the button labeled SC2-3 to display the corresponding numbers of the roulette wheel: these are the numbers 19 – 37 – 35 – 7 – 22 – 14 – 33 – 5 – 8 – 36 – 6 – 25.

So, we’ve gone through an example for each event category and you should now know the key features of the “Roulette-Tracking” program.

Finally, I’ll explain a few more useful features of “Roulette-Tracking”.

**The «Security Check»**

What is this security feature? For example, if you get the message that a sector with 9 adjacent numbers has not been hit for 25 consecutive spins, the probability for this sector being hit more often than average during the next 5 or 10 spins is relatively high, but **only if** during the 25 spins just **before **the last 25 spins**,** the frequency of hits for this sector was not **above average**. A sector with 9 adjacent numbers would theoretically hit at least 2-3 times during 25 consecutive spins. If the frequency is significantly higher during those 25 spins, that is, 5, 6 or 7 hits, then we would have to be careful and we would do well to wait until the sector gets a hit and only then follow up (in the expectation that at least one more hit will follow during the next couple of spins and we can make a profit).

For a better understanding we will play through some practice examples again.

**Practice example number 13** :

Enter the following numbers.

7 – 26 – 4 – 29 – 11 – 11 – 30 – 21 – 15 – 33 – 14 – 11 – 29 – 37 – 18 – 21 – 4 – 23 – 6 – 1 – 29 – 13 – 14 – 24 – 7 – 25 – 20 – 11 – 7 – 30 – 32

After entering the sixth last number of this series (ie the number 25), the main program starts for the first time and performs all the calculations. A message does not appear after completion of the calculations. You only see the two frequency distributions of numbers and spaces and the numbers in column AL and AM (number permanence and parallel permanence). But after entering the last number of this series, the message appears: **Last number and 8 neighbors on each side Simple Losingrun .**

It means that during the last 8 spins (the deviation in cell AP4 is set to 7) every number that was hit, is always farther than 8 slots away from the previous number. So it would be useful to start betting the last number hit and 8 neighbour numbers on each side on the roulette wheel. Now we can do the security check. We click once on the button with the inscription “Security Check Line 1”. The following message is displayed (in cell group X38 – AK51, highlighted in light yellow): **Neigbour Numbers = 3**

It means that during the 7 consecutive spins just **before** the last 7 spins, it occurred three times that a number was hit that was 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 slots away from the previous number. How we use this additional information now depends on the individual player. If we think that’s too often, then maybe we’ll wait until the negative deviation we’ve noticed comes to an end and only then we start betting for a couple of spins (the last number that showed and 8 neighbors on each side).

**Practice example number 14** :

Roulette numbers to be entered: 5 – 23 – 2 – 28 – 6 – 32 – 10 – 29 – 16 – 37 – 18 – 35 – 23 – 4 – 21 – 7 – 26 – 1 – 19 – 31 – 11 – 15 – 35 – 26 – 5 – 24 – 7 – 8 – 28 – 4 – 14 – 16 – 21 – 17 – 11 – 31 – 13 – 3 – 32 – 9 – 15 – 4 – 30 – 11 – 6 – 33

After entering number 24, the main program will run for the first time and after completing the calculations (which usually takes no longer than 3 – 5 seconds), you will see the frequency distribution of the numbers on the roulette wheel and the frequency distribution of the spaces (parallel permanence), as well as the numbers in columns AL, AM and BK. From now on, all calculations will be executed every time you enter a new number. After entering the last number of this series and after the calculations have been completed, the following message appears: **Spacecombination 2-3 simple losingrun**

In cell AR36 you can see that the deviation is set to 15, so this message means that none of the numbers of the chance SC2-3 has been hit during the last 15 spins. Click on the “Security Check Line 1” button and an information will appear immediately. You can see that the SC2-3 combination was hit 6 times during the 15 spins just **before** the last 15 spins. This is quite common and so in this case it would be more cautious to wait until the negative deviation comes to an end for that chance and only then start betting on it a few times. Clicking on the SC2-3 button displays the numbers to be bet.

**The special treatment of Zero**

Zero (referred to as number 37 by “roulette tracking”) has the following special feature. All “Simple Losing Runs” are reported or displayed by “Roulette Tracking” if a Zero occurs during the relevant number of spins. The “Repeats Losingruns”, however, are not reported if the number zero has shown during the relevant number of spins. This is usually not a problem, unless we get a message relating to an extraordinary “Repeats Losingrun” and we decide (based on what the “Security Check” indicates) to wait until the deviation comes to an end befor we start betting. If there is no repeat during the spins while we wait, the message is repeatedly displayed after each spin “Repeats losingrun on ……” and we know that the deviation has not come to an end yet. However, if Zero appears during the spins while we wait, the message will appear no longer, although the deviation has not come to an end yet. Whether in that case we completely renounce to bet or not, is up to the player. If you still want to make a bet as soon as the deviation comes to an end, you would have to keep an eye on the chance in question to see or know when the deviation comes to an end.

**The “Test Player”**

Click “Test Play” at the bottom left of your screen to open the worksheet. In this table you see in columns A, C, D, E and F roulette spins. The three columns A, C and D are real roulette spins from an online casino, each series has 500 spins per day. At the end of a daily series is always the number 100. In the three columns together you have over 60,000 spins available for practice. The two columns E and F are roulette spins from a real casino. Again, the number 100 stands in those columns at the end, respectively at the beginning of a day. In the two columns together are about 92 000 roulette spins from a particular real roulette table.

How to use the roulette test player?

Switch back to the worksheet “feuil1” with the main program “Roulette Tracking”. Above the button labeled “Last spin off” you will see a button with a large “T”. Click this button. The following message is displayed: “Beginning or end of day”. Click on “OK” to close the pop-up window with the message and then again on the button with the “T”. In column BN the number 16 appears in the first cell (BN1). It is the first number of the permanence from column A (from the “Test-Play” worksheet). This number is also written into the first cell of column B from the worksheet “Test-Play”. The 16 stands for the first number that was hit after the roulette ball was thrown in a first time. Now proceed as with all other practice examples: You enter the number 16 with the corresponding button in the area highlighted in light green. Then click again on the button with the “T” to display the second number of the permanence. It is the 6. Enter the number 6, etc. After the 26th number has shown and you have entered it, the main program will run for the first time and perform its calculations. If there are more than 43 numbers in column BN, the permanence is cut off at the top so that it does not get too long and you do not have to scroll down to see the new number (as you already know, the entire number series will always be in column BK). After entering the 49th number (the number 29), the first message appears after completion of the calculations, namely: Then click again on the button with the “T” to display the second number of permanence. It is the 6. Enter the number 6, etc. After the 26th number has appeared and you have entered it, the main program will run for the first time and perform its calculations. If there are more than 43 numbers in the BN column, the permanence is cut off at the top so that it does not get too long and you do not have to scroll down to see the new number (as you already know, the entire number series will always be in the Obtained column BK). After entering the 49th number (the number 29), the first message appears after completion of the calculations, namely: **Street 4, 8 and 12 Layout Combination 1-4 Simple Losingrun **

In cell AR32, the negative deviation for this chance or number combination is set to 19. So you now know none of the numbers of the three three streets 4, 8, and 12 show during the last 19 consecutive spins (the numbers are 10 – 11 – 12 – 22 – 23 – 24 – 34 – 35 – 36)

We will now play through this series up to the spin 129, to complete another instructive practice example.

We have exactly 200 units (those can be 1 Dollar chips, 5 dollar chips or whatever) available for this working session.

Profit limit: 10 – 20% of the bankroll, ie between 20 and 40 units.

Loss limit: 200 units.

So we now have a first bet opportunity. For safety, we click once on the button “Security Check Line 1”. We see that the LC1-4 chance was hit 6 times during the 19 spins that are just before the last 19 spins, which is slightly above the theoretical average (the chance LC1-4 contains three streets, ie 9 numbers. So theoretically, every 4th spin, one of those 9 numbers should get a hit on average, that is almost 5 times within 19 coups). So we better wait before we start betting.

Click the “T” button again to see the next number. It’s the number 20. Had we bet, we would have lost 9 pieces. Enter the number. After completing the calculations, the same message appears again as before. We’ll wait until our chance gets a hit and then follow up a few times, expecting this chance to be hit again during the next couple of spins (there’s no guarantee for that, but probabilities are high). Let’s see the next number of the permanence (it’s the number 17) and enter it. Still the chance LC1-4 was not hit and the deviation is now 21.

The next number is the 37 (37 stands for zero). Enter the 37. Then comes the 17 (enter and wait for the calculations to complete). The deviation is now at 23. Then comes the 22 and the deviation comes to an end. Enter 22 and wait for the calculations to complete. The message no longer appears because the deviation has come to an end, but another message appears now.

Let’s stay for a moment with the three streets 4, 8 and 12.

We know that the three streets (ie the numbers 10 – 11 – 12 – 22 – 23 – 24 – 34 – 35 – 36) were hit only once during the last 24 spins. And if we take the 19 spins from the “Security Check” message, we have 7 hits for the last 43 spins, which is well below the theoretical average, which is between 10 and 11 for 43 spins. Again, there is absolutely no guarantee that one of the numbers of those three streets 4, 8 and 12 will be hit during the next couple of spins. The deviation can continue to grow.

Let’s assume that we decide to start betting and put one chip or unit on each of the numbers of the streets 4, 8 and 12. Those numbers are: 11 – 10 – 12 – 22 – 23 – 24 – 34 – 35 – 36

Now let’s consider the new message, after the first deviation has come to an end. It reads: **Street 1, 5 and 9 Layout Combination 1-1 Simple Losingrun **

The “Security Check” indicates that the numbers of this chance were hit 4 times during the 19 spins that are just before the last 19 spins. This is theoretically below average and we opt **for **an immediate bet. So, in addition to the other 9 numbers, we also bet the numbers of the streets 1, 5, and 9 (that is, the numbers 1 – 2 – 3 – 13 – 14 – 15 – 25 – 26 – 27). The next number hit is the 7. We enter this number. The same message appears. So we lose 18 pieces. Balance = 182 units. For the next spin we repeat our bet. The number 26 shows. We win 18 units. Balance = 200 units (do not forget to enter the 26). We stop betting the streets 1, 5 and 9. But again we bet the streets 4, 8 and 12. The number 5 shows and we lose a third time with this chance. Balance = 191 units. We decide to bet on the streets 4, 8 and 12 a fourth time (check, if you entered the 5 too). At the next spin, number 13 shows. We lose 9 units again. Balance = 182 units.

Do not look at the next number that gets a hit. When practicing, be sure to practice as if it were real money and you were playing in an online casino where you never know in advance which number will show on the next spin. So you are faced now with the decision to bet on the streets 4, 8 and 12 for a fifth time or to stop betting on this chance. Since the deviation has continued to grow and we have won 18 units with the streets 1, 5 and 9, let’s assume that you risk another bet on the three streets 4, 8 and 12. Number 33 shows and you lose 9 units again. Balance = 173 units. Enter the 33. The question now arises, if you take the risk to make one last best on chance LC 1-4. If you decide to that one last time, then you must stay with this decision. Even if “your” chance should be hit the spin after your last bet (what is very frustrating), **a**** decision that is made, must not be reversed. **So you bet the numbers 10 – 11 – 12 – 22 – 23 – 24 – 34 – 35 – 36 **one** more time. Click again on the button with the big “T” to display the next number in column BN. It’s number 23 and you win 27 units. Balance = 200 units. The deviation has come to an end and we continue to enter more spins and wait for the next message. This will happen after you have entered 24 more numbers. So if you are playing in an online casino, you have to throw in the ball 24 times (click on “Spin” and switch to the Excel spreadsheet after each spin to enter the number that was hit). If the casino has the turbo function, it will take less than 5 minutes for 24 numbers.

With the 84th spin, the number 28 shows and at the same time a new bet opportunity: **13 numbers on the layout (or more) gap**

13 or more adjacent numbers on the layout were not hit during the last 17 spins (deviation set in cell AO44). What numbers are these? Let “Roulette-Tracking” display the frequency distribution of the numbers on the layout for the last 17 spins (to do so, set the number in cell F31 to 17 and then click on the button labeled “Layout Frequencies”). You can see right away that it’s the numbers 10 to 22, that’s exactly 13 numbers. The security check shows that during the 17 spins just before the last 17 spins, that sector got hit 7 times (when you click on the “Security Check Line 1” button, the frequency distribution of the numbers on the layout is displayed). 7 hits within 17 spins for a chance that contains 13 numbers, is over average and we decide to wait until the deviation comes to an end before we start betting.

The next numbers that show are the 6, the 9 and the 36. The deviation is now at 20. Then on the next spin number 29 shows and after the completion of the calculations, two additional messages appear: **SECOND DOZEN Simple Losingrun **and **Last number and 6 neighbors on each side Simple Losingrun**

Three messages at the same time is a pretty rare affair, so take your time to properly understand the two new messages. They mean: the second dozen has not been hit during the last 17 spins, and during the last 11 spins, the roulette ball has landed at each time farther away than 6 slots from the previous number. Now click on the “Security Check Line 2” button (refers to the second message). During the 17 spins just before the last 17 spins, the second dozen was hit 6 times; that’s above average, so we’ll wait here until the second dozen is hit, and only then follow up. If you click on the button labeled “Security Check Line 3”, you will see that during the 11 spins right before the last 11 spins, the ball has landed 4 times in a slot that is 6 or fewer slots away from the last number hit. That’s pretty common too, so we’ll also wait here until the ball lands in a slot that is 6 or fewer slots away from the last number hit before we start betting.

Let the next number be displayed (by clicking on the “T”). It’s number 34. Enter this number and wait a few seconds for all calculations to complete. None of the three deviations comes to an end with this spin and the three messages from before are displayed again. The next number that shows is number 28. Note that the second message is now: **Last number and 5 neighbors on each side Simple Losingrun**. The next number that shows is the number 30. Nothing changes (same messages). Then comes the 22 and the deviation on the second dozen comes to an end. Nevertheless, we decide not to start betting on that chance, but we shall wait attack for the longest deviation to come to an end, which will be formed on one of the other two chances. The next number is the number 10. This causes the deviation on the layout gap to come to an end (the gap containing the numbers 10 to 22), but there is still a gap with 11 numbers (first message) and so we are still waiting. The next number, the 8, is a number that is only 2 slots away (on the roulette wheel) from the previously hit number, the number 10, and so that deviation comes to an end. We decided to wait for the longest deviation that is forming, and so we do. So we are still waiting until finally a number is hit on the layout between 11 and 22 and then start betting those numbers. The following numbers that are hit, are number 3, 9 and number 14. With number 14 “our” deviation breaks off and we now start betting the numbers 11 – 12 – 13 – 14 – 15 – 16 – 17 – 18 – 19 – 20 – 21 – 22. On the next spin, number 26 shows, We lose 12 units. Balance = 188 units. We repeat our bet. Number 10 shows and we lose again. Balance = 176 pieces. We repeat our bet. Number 3 shows. We lose another 12 units. Balance = 164 pieces. We decide to bet on those 12 numbers **one** last time. Number 20 shows and we win 24 units. Balance = 188. The probability that one of those 12 numbers will hit again during the next couple of spins, is still pretty high, yet we decide to stop betting that chance. A new message was displayed after entering 20: **12 spaces gap **

12 adjacent spaces did not show during the last 19 spins (deviation set in cell AO32). The frequency distribution of the spaces for the last 19 spins shows that they are the spaces from 27 to 1 (ie the spaces 27 – 28 – 29 – 30 – 31 – 32 – 33 – 34 – 35 – 36 – 37 – 1). The space 37 stands for zero, ie the case where a number is hit twice in a row). The security check indicates that the corresponding spaces were hit 6 times during the 19 spins that are just before the last 19 spins, which is roughly the theoretical average, and we wait until the deviation comes to an end before we start betting.

The following numbers that show are the numbers 23, 17, 19, 20 and 35.

With number 35, the deviation comes to an end for the spaces 27 to 1 (the 35 is 27 slots away from the 20) and we decide to bet on the spaces 27 to 1 with one unit per number. The roulette numbers corresponding to these spaces are displayed in column BH (enter the number 27 in cell BH5 – ie click on the corresponding cell and enter the number 27 with the computer keyboard – and the number 1 into cell BH6, and click once on the small button with the “S”). So the numbers we bet on for the next spin are: 25 – 2 – 21- 4 – 19 – 15 – 32 – 37 – 26 – 3 – 35 – 12.

On the next spin, number 34 shows (distance to the previous number: 25 slots). We lose 12 units. Balance = 176. The 12 numbers corresponding to the spaces 27 to 1 are automatically displayed in column BH and we repeat our bet. Number 36 shows (distance to the last number 33 slots). We win 24 units. Balance = 200. We stop betting on the spaces 27 to 1 and wait for the next message. The next numbers are 29 – 6 – 6 – 30 – 3 – 31 – 15 – 33 – 5 – 19 – 13 – 29. After entering the 29 and after the completion of the calculations, the next message appears: **Space Combination 3-2 simple losingrun**

This number combination (labeled SC3-2) contains the spaces 2 – 6 – 10 – 14 – 18 – 22 – 26 – 30 – 34 (you can look it up in the table, click on “feuil2” at the bottom of the spreadsheet). So, none of these spaces was hit during the last 21 spins, but the “Security Check” shows that this combination was hit 11 times during the 21 spins just before the last 21 spins. This is well above the theoretical average. So it is better to wait until the deviation comes to an end, and only then start betting. The next 3 numbers that are hit are the numbers 28-34-34 . After entering 34, an additional message appears: **Last space and 6 neighbour spaces on each side simple losing run**

The deviation is set to 11 (cell AP30) and the “Security Check Line 2” indicates that during the 11 spins just before the last 11 spins, a space showed 6 times that was 6 or less units apart from the previous space. This is also above average and we decide to wait and go again after the longest of the two deviations that will form. At the next spin the number 2 is hit and thus one of the 2 deviations comes to an end. We wait until the other deviation breaks off. The numbers 26, 37 and 27 show. With number 27, “our” deviation comes to an end (the message disappears after the calculations have been completed) and we start betting on this chance. The numbers corresponding to the spaces 2 – 6 – 10 – 14 – 18 – 22 – 26 – 30 – 34, are displayed directly when we click on the “SC3-2” button. It’s the numbers 34 – 21 – 32 – 35 – 29 – 31 – 33 – 10 – 11. We put one unit on each of these numbers. Number 36 shows. We lose 9 units. Balance = 191 units. We enter number 36 and after the calculations have completed, we click again on button “SC3-2” to see which numbers we bet on. Now, those numbers are: 27 – 25 – 19 – 26 – 28 – 22 – 20 – 24 – 8. At the next spin the number 26 shows. We win 27 units. Balance = 218 pieces. This is the first time we have recorded a plus for this working session. Eighteen units of profit is just under 10% of the bankroll we brought for this session and we decide to stop “playing”.

**Let’s recapitulate this working session**:

Total number of spins: 129. This is equivalent to about half an hour in a casino offering turbo function for roulette and considering that you have enough experience with the roulette tracking program.

Number of bets: 14 (that would average every ninth spin). Although we were very careful with betting and the deviations that occurred, were quite high, we had plenty of opportunities to bet, so not to lose patience.

Profit: 18 units. If we assume a unit value of 5.- € or 5.- $, you would have earned 90.- euros or dollars during more or less half an hour.

It would certainly have been possible to make better bets and get the 10-20% profit faster. Whatever is the most optimal way to bet, you will **learn** if you take the time to do enough practice. If you do not want to take this time and think that you can not stick to the rules recommended on this site, then keep your hands off roulette tracking and, most importantly, roulette in general. You will not have the slightest chance of winning in the **long term** (!!!).

If you want to complete a next practice session with the test player, then simply use the “Clear all” button to clear the data or numbers that may still be in the main table, then click on the “T” button and the first number for your practice example is displayed in the BN column. The “test player” then continues where you left off your last session. If you arrive at the end of a day during an exercise, you will be notified and should break off this session to start a new one.

If you do not like the use of the “test player” and you prefer to practice in an online casino, I recommend williamhillcasino.com. Register (“Join now” at the top right of the main page) by entering your data to open an account. Once you’ve done that, log in and click Roulette in the menu bar, then choose French Roulette. You will see a popup window to enable the Adobe Flash player. Do that and within a few seconds the roulette game will load and open. Select one of the shown table limits and click on “Join”. Your money account is at zero. Nevertheless, you can click on “Spin” and the ball is thrown in. To turn on the turbo function (and you should definitely do that, otherwise you will lose patience), click on the craft key in the top right corner, then on “Options” and then on “Game settings”. Select “Fast play”, close the pop-up window again, and then you can start the game. So you may use the features of the online casino only to create a permanence or number series and practice with “Roulette-Tracking”. In that case, you also would have to write down your money balance on a sheet of paper during your practice game.

**Once you have managed to complete 50 consecutive practice sessions, from which you have been able to complete 45 sessions (or more) with a profit (each 10-20% of the starting bankroll), only then are you ready to start using “Roulette-Tracking” and play with real money. You will have learned how to beat roulette using the computer. You will not get nervous during the real, active “play”, you will strictly stick to the rules and make no mistakes. **

**More functions of “Roulette Tracking “**

- To the left of the button with the red label “Clear all” there is a smaller button with a “C” on it. It serves to delete the information in cell group K31 – V31.
- In the cell group A21 – H32 there are 6 small buttons labeled 37, 50 and 99. They are used to set the numbers in the cells F23, F27 and F31 to 37, 50 or 99 if, for example, you would like to see the frequency distribution of the last 37, 50, or 99 numbers or spaces or show the distribution of the last 37, 50, or 99 numbers on the layout. You can also change the numbers in the cells F23, F27 and F31 progressively by using the small buttons with the plus and the minus (with each click the number increases by one unit).
- If you have entered more than 100 spins after a long working session and you want to see the frequency distribution of 100 or more numbers and spaces, it is recommended to switch to the worksheet “Frequencies”. To do this, first click on the “Copy Spins” button, which is located on top of, or above, the cell group AN46 – AP51, in order to transfer all the numbers that have shown so far to column BK of the worksheet “Frequencies”. This automatically opens the corresponding worksheet (to open only this worksheet without numbers transfer, click on the “Frequencies” button, just above the “Copy Spins” button). On the worksheet that opens you can see the two yellow cells AM3 and AM7. For example, if you enter the number 110 in cell AM3 (by clicking on the appropriate cell and then typing 110 using the computer keyboard) and then clicking the “Numbers Frequencies” button, the frequency distribution of the last 110 numbers is displayed (provided the permanence also contains at least 110 numbers). And that’s exactly how it works with the Spaces Frequencies.
- In the main table you will see a small button with the inscription “S” in column BI and below there are 16 cells highlighted in light yellow (BI5 – BI20). If you want to know which numbers to bet for a given set of
**non- adjacent**spaces, then enter these spaces in cells BI5 – BI20 and then click on the “S” button to display the corresponding numbers. You can get the number or numbers for a single space, or two, three, four, and so on, up to 16 different spaces. To delete the displayed numbers, click on the small button below with the inscription “Cl”.

This explains all functions of “Roulette Tracking”. The possibilities are unlimited. To learn to fully take advantage of all this possibilities, means to practice, practice, practice. Be patient and do not start prematurely using real money while “playing”.

**Last advice**

- Never play or work when you are tired or drinking alcohol. You will find that the first symptoms of fatigue usually occur when you have sat near the computer and “played” for one to one and a half hours. If the online casino has the turbo function, you will get on average between 150 and 200 spins in one hour (this includes the time necessary to enter the numbers with “roulette tracking”). During these 150 to 200 spins you will have enough betting opportunities and, in most cases, be able to end your session ahead of time with a profit (provided you follow the rules on ” money management “).
- If you are working with real money for the first time, you should be very careful at the beginning and start with small units first (some online casinos offer to play with 10.- cents units). Do not put too much emphasis on the amount won, but more on the principle that you will be able to make regular profits. Over time, you will gain more and more confidence in the Roulette Tracking program, and you will have enough experience to know what you have to do.
- Although “roulette tracking” provides you with virtually all the information you need to run a successful “online roulette game”, it is advisable to always have a notebook on the side on which you can take notes if necessary.
- Never become greedy. “Roulette Tracking” will allow you to win in the long term with online roulette. Think of it as an additional source of income, not as a means of getting rich in a more or less comfortable way, because that will never happen anyway.
- Do not forget that the successful use of “roulette tracking” requires time, patience and full concentration. As soon as you feel stress when using roulette tracking, this is the best indication that you’re doing something wrong and you should stop immediately and do something else.
- “Roulette Tracking” works. Convince yourself and take enough practice examples before you use real money.