Dr Sir Anyone-Anyone repeats average. Why the doctor? He supplied from his extensive collection of live spins, 10’330 spins. The average for repeats was. Spins 1-10; 1 repeat. Spins 11-20; 3 repeats. Spins 21-30; 5 repeats. Spins 31-40; 7 repeats. So, repeats are 1-4-9-16. 16 repeats over 40 spins. Now if we look at his colleagues Law of the third; which he pours scorn on. We know the 37 spins is usually 24 non-hits and 13 repeats. So, 3 extra spins, gets 3 more repeats. It also showed how 60 spins has a score of 30/30; 30 non-hits and 30 repeats. This repeats average happens for his touted random dot org, air-ball spins and even German spins from Wiesbaden and RNG. 1-3-5-7-30 Now, the advantage with repeats. If, worst case scenario happens zero repeats in 20 spins. How many of the 20 hit once will you be covering? If, the opposite arises, you have 2 or even better 3 repeats. Think of the repeats average supplied by the DSAA. 10 spins usually have none or one repeat. So, 7 spins and 2 repeats, already better than the average of 1. Why carry on? Look no more repeats. Options? Next 10 spins usually has 3 repeats, but remember you are already plus one for repeats. Or start a fresh.