At the risk of beating a live horse - here are results from betting each dozen section as it's own game. 1x to 20x. A win rate of 1 in 35 or better is needed for profit - how did it do ? I highlighted the wins because the people who believe in Gambler's Fallacy might actually stop to look at it that way. Predictable ? I'd say so. I suppose someone could argue that all the matches don't mean anything, the wheel has no memory...etc... but that's up to them. This session I ran off in RX but also doing a bunch on RS played the same way so people can see it spin by spin. Either way it works flat bet - but why not increase the bet on every win ? As long as you are winning better than 1 in 35 - the choice of progression doesn't matter much other than to adjust how much you win. Cheers. You're friendly neighborhood Destroyer of Lives (sorry, had to) If the highlighted parts don't prove once and for all that random is predictable and the balances don't show that the player has the advantage - I'm not sure what could.