I haven't posted a thread in a while, this one should be entertaining and maybe useful too ? I was at the casino and the guy next to me kept looking around and then betting - nothing too strange but he was winning pretty well. I didn't pay attention to the amount he had in chips but he was playing 4 numbers and winning nicely. So I was doing pretty well also but I had to ask what he was doing because that's just how it works when you see someone winning lol. He said "I play the coldest numbers on the tables next to us" I kind of chuckled and thought about what he said but didn't pay much attention to how or why that could ever be a good strategy. He was doing very good with it though. So when I got home I thought more about it, trying to give it a chance to make some sense as to why this was working *for him*. I've learned that *for example* with a deck of cards, you could never shuffle the deck properly and get the cards to line up in the same order twice. It's actually pretty impossible. There are videos about this as well. The odds are insane. It would take every person on the planet who has ever lived, shuffling their deck of cards from the time the universe began to now and still there is no chance of the same deck repeating. *from the video* But why would this matter to roulette ? Well, if you write down numbers as they appear, for 37 spins.... you will never ever in forever get two lists of numbers that are the same. I've said before - if you know what's not possible - you can have a slight advantage. In this case - the 5 coldest numbers on that wheel can't *can't* be the same 5 coldest numbers on this wheel we are playing. That leaves these 5 numbers to be either hot on this wheel, showing around average at this wheel, or a mix of the two - but NOT the worst 5 numbers to play on our wheel. Sure enough, doing a quick test shows this because I starting writing down the spins from the wheel I was playing vs the wheels at the other tables on my next visit. My table compared to the other tables - showing my coldest numbers and how they appeared on the other tables : And now what would have happened if I had played the coldest numbers from the other wheels on my own table : I would have won on 4 out of 5 of the top hottest numbers on my wheel by playing the coldest numbers from the other wheels. 5 numbers would have been hot and produces a profit *up as you win* 2 numbers would have shown average so +-0 5 numbers would have been "cold" which is fine because the bets on them would have been low and the 5 winners *certainly the top 4 hottest* would have easily covered those losses. Thoughts ? Nonsense ? Any point of view welcomed. Cheers and stay safe everyone.