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 I learned it this way:
I haven't learned them. (6 votes)
Just played so much it 'came' to me... (4 votes)
Sectors of 6 (1 votes)
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All in one batch, almost like a song. (0 votes)
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July 15, 2009, 8:10am Report to Moderator

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Have you learned the roulette wheel's specific order of the numbers?  (0, 32, 15, 19, 4, 21, 2, 25, 17, 34, 6, 27... etc.)

How did you do it?

I divided the wheel in to 6 sectors of 6 numbers going clockwise, and practiced it as homework with a friend, who also know them by heart now.
Number 26 is sector 7... (My friend suggested that it is a good idea to have a really easy sector to remember.)

So, how did you do it?
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July 15, 2009, 11:16am Report to Moderator

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I haven't learn them.
I don't play sectors, actually I play total random on table, not by the wheel.
I follow repeaters, so I don't care where the numbers are located on the wheel.
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currently doing the above. heh.
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I'm workin on it. heh.
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July 16, 2009, 1:01am Report to Moderator
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I just learnt them by playing a lot.
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too much weed in the past = bad memory.
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July 16, 2009, 6:11am Report to Moderator

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No need the number on wheel! Know Numeris and problem solve!

That was not what this thread was about...

And for that matter, when someone mentions numeris, the whole post 'sounds' like Charlie Brown's teacher...
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do you need to learn them? They are always on the wheel! If i start doing this I´ll be playing roulette in head when i am asleep
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Quoted from ISpin2Win
do you need to learn them?

If you want to spin2win, I believe so, yes.
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July 26, 2009, 5:07am Report to Moderator
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I'm currently writing a program called "The Ultimate Roulette Tool".  This program will not be a system, but will be a tool to help serious roulette players.  In one of the modules I have called "Memorizing Key Numbers" I have set up where you can memorize the surrounding neighbor numbers for each number on the American and European Roulette Wheels.  You can set it to memorize 1 neighbor on each side of the key number up to 15 numbers on each side of the key number.  

This program is still a good six months away before I finish it.

I personally play sectors of 7 numbers (3 on each side of the key number).  Memorizing numbers isn't that hard because many of the combinations form memorable patterns.

Here are some screen shots from the program.

Let's start off with the number 3.  This number and the 24 are the two easiest patterns to remember on the layout.

How long do you think it would take to memorize that pattern?

Here is what happens on my program if you get it wrong.  The computer puts different color chips on the correct squares and lists the correct numbers.

Here is the 24.  It isn't any harder than the 3.

The numbers 6 and 21 aren't much different, except that the boxes get squeezed a little bit.

Here is 6.

Here is the 21.

The next set of numbers have what I call "Chevrons".  A Chevrong is either a "<" or a ">" pattern.

Here is the 25.

For the 26 we move the chip to the "00" and reverse the chevrons.

For the 29 we see the same chevrons as for the 25, but the single chip is moved over to the 19.

The 30 has the same chevrons as the 26.  The single chip is on the 20.

My other two patterns that are relatively easy are the 36 and 35.

First of all for the 36, think of a pan with fluid splashing over the front or a lip at the side opposite the handle.

For the 35, think of the pan in 36 being run over and being slightly smashed.

If you are memorizing numbers.  I would also recommend the numbers around the 0 and 00.  I have seen these numbers hit too many times (not necessarily the 0 and 00) by dealers when someone comes up and throws a $500 bet or more on red or black or one of the other even number bets.  
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Looks like a quite useful tool, man...

Will be good to see it finished.
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Mr Roulette,

  Very nice graphics and a really good idea.    Well done.

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Hats off to you Mr. Roulette.  Will you sell your software?
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Yes, I will plan on marketing the software, and will notify the board when it is done.  It won't be that expensive.  The memorizing numbers module is just an add on module. The main program allows you to take spins you have recorded at the casino, quickly enter them on the program, and play them again under realistic casino conditions.  I want to make it as realistic as possible.  I will even have a countdown clock you can turn on to add pressure of deciding and making your plays.

It is my theory, and I truly believe that many of the casinos are aware of this, that certain dealers fall into short term rhythms (short term dealer signature) or wheels may be biased. I have seen this confirmed by casinos having the dealer release the ball slowly and alternate on the next spin and release it quickly.  I have seen them put very shallow pockets on wheels, so that there is more bounce and scatter (which still doesn't matter with dealer rhythm).  I have watched one television show where a pit boss was playing as a player and she mentioned that many dealers have signatures.

I have given up on huge progression outside bets.  Even if you don't lose, you get your blood flowing when you reach the  last bet of your betting progression.

You need to practice, and your brain needs to get in tune with the wheel and where the numbers are on the wheel.  If you do, you can catch on to the rhythm of the dealer.  Depending on how big of a sector you bet, you will need to have the numbers memorized, because you wont have much time to get your bets out.  I also don't like for a dealer to see me looking at a card as I'm placing my bets.  They either think I'm an organized player or I'm nuts.  If I win, while looking at a card, some dealers will shake it up.  

Dealers appreciate tips, but sometimes they try too hard for you and still screw it up.  Other dealers I think want to strive to wear that suit and be a supervisor, so they do all they can to defeat you.

I will state again, if you are going to memorize any numbers at all, memorize the numbers surrounding the 0 and the 00.  I've watched players come up and bet $500 or more on an even odds outside bet.  This might also go for someone who is on a very high bet in a progression.  Some dealers do have the capability to aim the ball for the 0 or the 00.  They won't necessarily hit the 0 or 00 but many times they'll hit one of the numbers right by it.  I also watched this happen one night at Harrah's.  I had a good friend getting off of the mini-bacarrat table.  The pit boss already told her that dinner was on him.  He told her to go over to the roulette table and tell the dealer that he had sent us.  He also told her to bet the 00 and the 1 (which are right next to each other).  The just missed on the first spin.  We played one more spin and he hit.  I was happy, but in some ways I was upset at this wheel manipulation.

Anyhow if you believe that every spin of the wheel is random, then Roulette can't be beaten in the long run.  However if you believe there is a bias from either the dealer or the wheel is biased, money can definitely be won on Roulette.  The other great thing is most of the suits at casinos still think of roulette as a sucker's game, so the comping opportunities are much greater.
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