We hear from some of our users that they have had success spotting repeats on RNGs. What do we mean by an RNG? Well, the RNG, is that Random Number Generator in an online casino that mimics the outcome of a roulette table. Basically it is an algorithm that gives you exactly the same probability as a physical roulette wheel.
But this being roulette, of course the algorithm is nothing but a (very accurate) approximation of the physical behaviour of a roulette wheel.
You try writing an equation that describes the motion of a roulette wheel if you don’t believe me!
So here’s the theory- some punters claim that some RNG’s they have played on tend to repeat numbers at an early stage of the session, before they have got “warmed up”. Sounds far fetched? We are not disagreeing with you, just reporting the theory!
Here’s how you play the “RNG Repeat” system. You can only play this at online casinos obviously. The theory doesn’t apply to land based roulette wheels.
Start off by spinning the wheel on a fresh session (you should play a new game with no numbers on the marquee) and play for six spins without betting for real. On the seventh spin, bet on the 6 numbers that came up. If you lose, next bet on the 7 numbers that came up and then on 8 numbers, etc etc. Apply a shallow progression to your bets, such as a D’Alembert or Pluscoup if you feel the need. You are hoping for a number to repeat obviously.
Keep betting until you hit your stop loss limit OR you win. The theory is that the RNG ofter repeats at the beginning of a session. Once you win, log off and do not repeat this system in that day’s play.
Does this actually work? Well, in theory, some RNG’s may have a flaw like this, but it is unlikely that the major players have a system that contains an error this obvious. Try this system with caution- and don’t go crazy on the betting.