No, I don’t.”
I’m sorry to be so blunt.
The whole premise behind most people getting into gambling is that it’s about luck. It’s essentially the game of “What If”, where the outcome of an event always has a 1 out of 10 chance of appearing random. Most of the time, a lot of people don’t have any idea how to choose their numbers, let alone that a given number could have an almost 100% chance of happening at a given point. The first thing most of the time you do is look at the numbers on a large piece of paper and try to guess what the number might produce (think of how easy it is). I mean, you want to know what your number might produce. In a gambling game, if you know there’s a 100% chance of the outcome being different from what you expect, you’re at a huge advantage.
I like to explain this to people, but in this case, it’s not a great approach. It’s not true probability, because it doesn’t take into consideration what’s in front of you, where you’re positioned, or anything that you might not be thinking about. And there are a lot of things that people are not thinking about when they put numbers on the roulette wheel.
Here’s an example of how many players aren’t thinking about these things:
For this example, I chose my numbers from black and red, a very common pair and are considered an unusual combination. It doesn’t matter where you’re positioned or how many people are looking at you, what counts is that you are one of the four people in the group who know about these particular combinations. So let’s say that 2 people have never heard of it, but 3 of our six others know. Of these, the four know, so all but one of their two numbers are not even within the “normal” range.
Now how many people know what red and black are, and yet are not familiar with roulette. If you’re lucky enough to know one of these combinations, it’s very likely that your odds of winning will be much less than others. You want to be very sure before you put the numbers on the wheel that you know what you’re doing and that the outcome of the “wheel” will still be random. Of course you don’t know for sure, because most of the time odds are not 100%. The more numbers you know and the more you know about the outcomes, the better off you
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