1. Probability rules. If you win, probability predicted that you could. If you lose, probability predicted that it was possible as well. 2. The law of the third stuff. Binomial distribution predicts how data samples will likely be distributed. In short, some numbers will hit more than others, because there are more ways for some numbers to hit several times, and others not at all, rather than in a very limited way where each number can only hit once. HOWEVER...it's still possible for each number to hit, in order, exactly once, until every number has it. It's just very unlikely for anyone to observe it since there are a gazzillion other ways for the numbers to appear. The distribution will in no way tell you which numbers are likely to continue hitting and which ones will start hitting. 3. You can't exploit the law of the third/binomial distribution and make money in the long run. The reason is because there's simply two too many numbers on the wheel in relation to the payout. The distribution of hits over various sample sizes proves this much. 4. The same number of pockets remain on the wheel from one spin to the next.