Here is the list of what the program calculates after each spin. The list contains 64 extraordinary events, which are divided into categories. For example, the first event category includes 5 events (see below). Behind every number a specific event is described (also known as “negative deviation”). If the negative deviation reaches the value we have set in advance, we will receive the appropriate message from the program.

**“Roulette Tracking” always tells you** :

*«Number Gaps»*

- if
*any*(!!) sector with 9 adjacent numbers does not 25 times in a row (as I said, the number 25 can also be changed with*one*click, and the same applies to all numbers listed on the following pages) , - if
*any*sector with 10 adjacent numbers does not show 23 times in a row. - if
*any*sector with 11 adjacent numbers does not show 21 times in a row. - if
*any*sector with 12 adjacent numbers does not show 19 times in a row. - if
*any*sector with 13 adjacent numbers does not show 17 times in a row.

** «Dozens Simple Losingrun» **and

*«Columns Simple Losingrun»*- if
*any*dozen from the roulette layout (the first dozen on the roulette layout contains the numbers 1 through 12) does not show 17 times in a row (see roulette layout below). - if
*any of*the three columns from the roulette layout (the first column contains the numbers 1 – 4 – 7 – 10 – 13 – 16 – 19 – 22 – 25 – 28 – 31 – 34) does not show 17 times in a row.

*«Number Neighbors Simple Losingrun»*

- if during 13 spins in a row, the number that has been hit was each time
*farther away*than 5 neighbor numbers (or number slots) from the last number hit.

The latter requires an additional explanation.

Let’s take as an example the following series of numbers:

3 – 4 – 11 – 25 – 26 – 10 – 32 – 18 – 15 – 5 – 22 – 34 – 8

To understand that this is a rather unusual series of numbers, we need to take a closer look at the distribution of these numbers on the roulette wheel.

The number that was hit after number 3 is number 4. Between number 3 and number 4, there are 31 slots if we count counter-clockwise around the roulette wheel. And between those 2 numbers, there are 6 slots if we count clock-wise. In both cases, this makes more than 5 slots.

After the 4, the number 11 shows. Again, number 11 is 10 slots away from number 4 ( *counter* -clockwise) and 27 slots ( *in the* clock-wise direction), so in both cases again more than 5 slots.

After number 11, number 25 shows. The 25 is in one direction 7 slots away from number 11 (ie the last number hit) and in the other direction 30 slots, so here in both cases again more than 5 slots. And this continues throughout the whole series, up to the number 8 (13 times in a row). If this situation occurs, the Roulette Tracking program alerts us and it is advisable to make one or more bets. For example, it might make sense to bet on the last number that showed (number 8) and on his 5 neighbor numbers during the next 2 or 3 spins. That would be the following numbers for the next spin: the 8 (ie the last number that showed), the 5 neighbor numbers on one side, namely the numbers 30 – 11 – 36 – 13 – 27 and the 5 neighbor numbers on the other side, and these are the numbers 23 – 10 – 5 – 24 – 16. We do that in the expectation that the next number that gets hit is relatively close to the last number that showed (as this has *not been* the case for 13 consecutive spins ).

Of course you can also bet the opposite: namely, all numbers except the last number hit and the 5 neighbor numbers on each side. That would be the numbers 6 to 33 (ie a total of 26 numbers), in the expectation that the observed trend will continue at least one more spin.

Here are now the events 9-12.

- if during 11 spins in a row, the number that has been hit, was each time
*farther away*than 6 neighbor numbers (or number slots) from the last number hit - if during 9 spins in a row, the number that has been hit, was each time
*farther away*than 7 neighbor numbers (or number slots) from the last number hit - if during 7 spins in a row, the number that has been hit was each time
*farther away*than 8 neighbor numbers (or number slots) from the last number hit

*«Wheel-Combinations Simple Losingrun»*

- if the following number combination does not show 17 times in a row : 3 – 8 – 9 – 10 – 14 – 17 – 23 – 25 – 26 – 31 – 34 – 35

Again, this requires an additional explanation.

This combination of numbers is not a random one. Look again at the numbers on the roulette wheel. The combination consists of 4 groups of numbers (or 4 number sectors), each of which is 6 numbers apart. So counter-clockwise on the roulette wheel and starting with the number 26, the sectors are:

26 – 3 – 35 – 9 – 31 – 14 – 10 – 23 – 8 – 34 – 17 – 25

Since these numbers are regularly distributed on the roulette wheel, we consider it unusual if none of those numbers in this combination is hit 17 times in a row.

As we will see later, this number combination is called WC1 – 1 (which stands for “Wheel-Combination 1-1”).

- if the following number combination does not show 17 times in a row (labeled WC1 – 2): 1 – 2 – 4 – 7 – 11 – 12 – 20 – 21 – 28 – 30 – 33 – 36. Again, those are 4 sectors, containing 3 numbers each (ie 4 sectors, each with 3 adjacent numbers), which are regularly distributed on the roulette wheel.
- if the following number combination does not show 17 times in a row (labeled WC1 – 3): 5 – 6 – 13 – 15 – 16 – 18 – 19 – 22 – 24 – 27 – 29 – 32. And again, these are 4 sectors with 3 numbers each (4 sectors, each with 3 adjacent numbers) regularly distributed on the roulette wheel .

One more note: of course, you do not need to remember all of these number combinations. They (and those that will follow) are all listed in a clear table that you may print out on a DINA 4 sheet for active play and that you place next to your computer to take a look if necessary. However, “Roulette-Tracking” also has a button to click that makes the program show you the numbers of a given combination (more on that later ).

- if the following number combination does not show during 17 spins in a row : 2 – 9 – 10 – 12 – 13 – 16 – 19 – 20 – 26 – 29 – 30 – 34

This number combination is made up as follows: starting with the number 26 and counter-clockwise around the roulette wheel, every third number was selected (the label for this number combination is WC2 – 1, which stands for Wheel-Combination 2 – 1 »)

- if the following number combination does not show during 17 spins in a row : 1 – 3 – 11 – 15 – 17 – 18 – 21 – 23 – 24 – 27 – 28 – 31

Here too, every third number on the roulette wheel was selected, counter-clockwise, but this time we started with the number 3 (label of this chance: WC2 -2)

- if the following number combination is does not show during 17 spins in a row : 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 14 – 22 – 25 – 32 – 33 – 35 – 36

Here again every third number on the roulette wheel was selected, counting counter-clockwise and starting with the number 35 (label of this combination: WC2 -3)

- if the following number combination does not show during 21 spins in a row : 4 – 8 – 13 – 17 – 20 – 22 – 24 – 26 – 28 ( WC3 – 1)

The number combination described under 18. and the following three number combinations were determined as follows: every __fourth__ number was picked on the roulette wheel , counter-clockwise, starting once with the number 26 (WC3 – 1), once starting with the number 3 (WC3 – 2), once with the number 35 (WC3 – 3) and once with the number 12 (WC3 – 4), thus:

- if the following number combination does not show during 21 spins in a row : 1 – 3 – 5 – 7 – 9 – 19 – 25 – 27 – 30 ( WC3 – 2)
- if the following number combination does not show during 21 spins in a row : 2 – 6 – 10 – 11 – 15 – 29 – 31 – 33 – 35 ( WC3 – 3)
- if the following number combination does not show during 21 spins in a row: 12 – 14 – 16 – 18 – 21 – 23 – 32 – 34 – 36 (WC3 – 4)

*«Layout-Combinations Simple Losingrun»*

- if the following number combination does not show 21 spins in a row : 1 – 2 – 3 – 13 – 14 – 15 – 25 – 26 – 27

Explanation: this number combination again is not chosen randomly.

It is a __layout__ -combination, containing three streets: the first street with the numbers 1 – 2 – 3, the fifth street with the numbers 13 – 14 – 15 and the ninth street with the numbers 25 – 26 – 27 (we call this combination LC1 – 1, which stands for “Layout-Combination 1 – 1”).

- if 21 times in a row none of the streets 2, 6 and 10 is hit (label: LC1 – 2)
- if 21 times in a row none of the streets 3, 7 and 11 is hit (label: LC1 – 3)
- if 21 times in a row none of the streets 4, 8 and 12 is hit (label: LC1 – 4)
- if 17 times in a row none of the double-streets 1 and 4 is hit (label: LC2 – 1)
- if 17 times in a row none of the double-streets 2 and 5 is hit (label: LC2 – 2)
- if 17 times in a row, none of the double-streets 3 and 6 is hit (label: LC2 – 3).

*«Dozens Repeats Losingrun»*

- if there is no
**repetition**of ta**dozen**from the roulette layout during 15 spins in a row (also within these 15 spins no Zero may have appeared)

Explanation: in the following series of numbers, for example, there is no repetition of any of the 3 dozens.

33 – 7 – 33 – 1 – 13 – 36 – 24 – 6 – 36 – 4 – 15 – 1 – 27 – 11 – 28 – 10

When this happens, the program will let you know about with an appropriate message, so we can use this unusual series of numbers to make one or more bets. If we start from the expectation that this series will break off and that a repeat of the dozens will happen during the next few spins, then we have to bet the last dozen that showed, in our example the first dozen. If the series continues with no repeats, such as the second dozen showing on the next spin, then we’ll have to bet the second dozen for the following spin, expecting this time the last dozen to repeat.

Of course, we also have the opportunity here to go *with* the trend by assuming that the series of no repeats on the dozens will continue for a while. So if we decide after the above-mentioned series of numbers to bet on the fact that the trend will continue, then after the 10 (first dozen) we will bet the two chances “second dozen” and “third dozen”.

The player decides whether or not to play multiple times and whether or not the bets are done with or without progression.

*«Columns Repeats Losingrun»*

- if there is no repetition of the
**columns**during 15 spins in a row (here, too, no Zero may have appeared within these 15 spins).

** «Wheel-Sector Repeats Losingrun»** and

*«Wheel-Combinations Repeats Losingrun»*- if during 15 consecutive spins no repetition occurs for the following twelve number sectors: sector 26 to 14, sector 20 to 36 and sector 13 to 32 (the roulette wheel was divided into 3 twelve number sectors going counter-clockwise around the wheel). Example of a series of numbers: 3 – 19 – 12 – 19 – 11 – 6 – 28 – 24 – 35 – 2 – 3 – 2 – 23 – 21 – 30

If we convert these numbers into the above mentioned sectors, we get the following result: Sector1 – Sector3 – Sector1 – Sector3 – Sector2 – Sector3 – Sector1 – Sector2 – Sector1 – Sector3 – Sector1 – Sector3 – Sector2 – Sector3 – Sector2

As you can see, not once has a sector repeated during this series of numbers. If this happens, the program “Roulette Tracking” informs us by writing the following text: “Repeats Losingrun on WS1”. “Repeats Losingrun” means that there was an absence in the repeats, in this case for the number sectors labeled WS1 (WS1 stands for “Wheelsectors 1”). Now, if we want to do one or more bets, you would have to follow the last sector that showed, expecting that a repetition will finally occur. In the example given above, we would bet the 12 numbers of the last sector that showed. Since number 30 (the most recent number) belongs to sector 2, we bet the 12 numbers of this sector, ie: 20 – 1 – 33 – 16 – 24 – 5 – 10 – 23 – 8 – 30 – 11 – 36. If no number belonging sector 2 shows, but for example a number of the sector 3, then for the next spin, the 12 numbers of sector 3 are bet, again in the expectation that finally a repetition of the last shown sector occurs. How long or how often we bet, whether to bet with or without progression, whether to wait for the first repetition to occur and then begin to bet, in the expectation that one or more additional repetitions will occur; again these decisions are made by the player. but, for example, hit a number of sector 3, then next time the 12 numbers of sector 3 would be set, again in the expectation that finally a repetition of the last published sector occurs. How long or how often to set, whether to bet with or without progression, whether to wait for the first repetition to occur and then begin to bet, in the expectation that one or more repetitions will occur, all that is up to the player to consider and decide, depending on the outcome of the previous spins and depending on all the other information that “Roulette-Tracking” is providing us with.

The more you practice with this program, the more you will get the right feeling for how to do the right thing to maximize your profits. You will find that when you work with this program, the losses are very limited, even if you have very little experience with it. The more experience you gain and the more familiar you are with the many possibilities of roulette tracking, the better you will be able to make lasting profits and the greater your satisfaction. You will then reap more and more fruits for your work. And that’s a very good feeling, especially if you’ve been used to ending your game sessions as a loser over and over again.

Keep in mind that using roulette tracking is very easy once you know how the program works and know how to get the most out of it. Everything will be explained more in details later in this document. All you have to do is click on “Spin” in the online casino for the ball to roll; wait until a number shows, then switch to the Excel program, click on the number that has shown and wait for about 3 – 5 seconds until “roulette tracking” (ie Excel) has completed its calculations. And a quick look to see if the program wrote a message about whether an extraordinary event was “found”.

It can sometimes take a while for such an event to occur and, of course, it depends on how you set the program. For example, if you’ve set the program to tell you if any dozen hasn’t shown during seven spins in a row, then you’ll get that message quite often (the roulette probability calculator tells us that on average, every fifteenth to sixteenth spin, such an event occurs). However, since roulette tracking looks at *so many different chances* , you can set those numbers pretty high and you still get a betting opportunity often enough without getting bored. For the dozens and columns, for example, this number is set to 17. It happens only every 784th spin on average, that a dozen does not show for 17 spins in a row, but **if** that happens, we will **not** miss this extraordinary event and then have the opportunity, if we are clever and take the right decision, to use this information for our financial advantage.

I think that in the meanwhile, you should have realized that this is an extraordinary roulette tool. __Learn__ to use it to your advantage.

Let’s get back now to other additional calculations performed after each spin by «roulette tracking».

“Roulette tracking” tells you:

- if during 19 consecutive spins there is no repetition in for following nine number sectors: sector 26 to 22, sector 9 to 5, sector 10 to 6 and the sector from number 34 to number 32 (again, the roulette wheel, counter-clockwise, was divided into sectors, but this time in four sectors with 9 numbers each). If none of these sectors repeats during 19 consecutive spins, we get the following message from the program: «Repeats Losingrun on WS2».
- if there is no repetition during 15 spins in a row for the number combinations WC1 – 1; WC1 – 2 and WC1 – 3 (see under 12, 13 and 14).

Example. The following series of numbers has occured: 9 – 15 – 14 – 20 – 25 – 2 – 6 – 12 – 14 – 16 – 32 – 3 – 13 – 9 – 28

If we convert this number series into the chances WC1 – 1, WC1 – 2 and WC1 – 3, we get the following result: WC1 – 1 / WC1 – 3 / WC1 – 1 / WC1 -2 / WC1 – 1 / WC1 – 2 / WC1 – 3 / WC1 – 2 / WC1 – 1 / WC1 – 3 / WC1 – 3 / WC1 – 1 / WC1 – 3 / WC1 – 1 / WC1 – 2

Since there has been no repetition for any of these number combinations, and this for 15 successive spins, we have a betting opportunity, because we can expect that there will be a repeat during the next couple of spins. So for the next spin the numbers combination WC1 – 2 should be bet and these are the numbers 1 – 2 – 4 – 7 – 11 – 12 – 20 – 21 – 28 – 30 – 33 – 36. During active play and after the Program “Roulette Tracking” has informed us that during 15 consecutive spins there has been no repetition in for the WC1 -sectors, we have to look at our DINA4-paper where all those chances and combinations are written down in a table, so we are able to determine to which combination the last number that showed belongs (ie the 28) and then follow this combination on the next spin by expecting a repeat. If there is no hit (for example, the number 10 appears, which belongs to the combination WC1 – 1), then it would be advisable to repeat the bet following up the last combination that showed, which is now the combination WC1 – 1.

- if there is no repetition during 15 spins in a row for the number combinations WC2 – 1; WC2 – 2 and WC2 – 3 (see under 15., 16. and 17.).
- if there is no repetition during 19 spins in a row for the number combinations WC3 – 1; WC3 – 2; WC3 – 3 and WC3 – 4 (see under 18., 19., 20. and 21.)

*«Layout Combinations Repeats Losingrun»*

- if there is no repetition during 19 spins in a row for the number combinations LC1 – 1, LC1 – 2 and LC1 – 3 (these are the layout number combinations described under 22, 23, 24 and 25).
- if there is no repetition during 15 spins in a row for the number combinations LC2 – 1, LC2 – 2 and LC1 – 3 (these are the layout number combinations described under 26., 27. and 28).

The following extraordinary events, which are checked by the program “roulette tracking” after each spin, refer to a permanence, which is set up by the program after each spin simultaneously to the normal permanence.

Before we see how the chances that relate to this parallel permanence, are set, some explanations are needed again.

As you have already noted, the power of roulette tracking and the method based on this program is that the number of exceptional events considered is very high. That is the only way to ensure that we can set the numbers that determine the extent of the negative deviations *high enough, and yet, often enough, such extraordinary events occur, so we do not have to wait too long to get a betting opportunity* . And precisely for that reason, the program also checks and calculates the __distances__ between the consecutive numbers on the roulette wheel (which means the number of slots between 2 consecutive numbers) and creates additional chances for them. What does this mean?

Take a look at the following number series: 3 – 30 – 36 – 7

The distance or space (that is, the number of __slots__ on the roulette wheel) between the first and second number that showed, is 20 slots (if we count from the 3, counter-clockwise to 30). From number 30 to number 36 (ie between the second number that showed and the third) there are only 2 slots and from number 36 to number 7, there are 19 slots to be counted.

So the program “Roulette Tracking” converts the numbers that have shown into spaces. In the series of numbers 3 – 30 – 36 – 7 the series of spaces is 20 – 2 – 19 (in the parallel-permanence there is always one number less than in the “normal” permanence).

Parallel to the “normal” permanence (which consists of the numbers that showed), there is thus a permanence of the spaces. This permanence is based on exactly the same random laws as the permanence of the numbers. So also with the spaces, it happens on average every 608th spin that a chance containing 9 numbers (in our case, 9 spaces) does not show for 23 spins in a row. Every 608th spin, 9 adjacent spaces do not show in the parallel-permanence for 23 spins in a row (for example, the spaces 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10). When something like this happens, we get the message from the program “Roulette Tracking”. The program then writes the following text: “9 spaces gap”. That means then: «gap containing 9 spaces». All you have to do then **is click** on a button to see what those spaces are, and then click on another command button to have the program tell us instantly which numbers to bet on.

Again, it is worth giving a very specific example so that you understand a hundred percent what the “Roulette Tracking” program is capable of doing.

So let’s take the following 24 number series as an example:

12 – 5 – 23 – 17 – 37 – 8 – 24 – 2 – 21 – 4 – 5 – 13 – 29 – 17 – 33 – 26 – 11 – 30 – 7 – 29 – 31 – 10 – 21 – 34

The spaces (always counted counter-clockwise on the roulette wheel) between these numbers give the following parallel permanence:

14 – 2 – 9 – 8 – 21 – 33 – 14 – 1 – 1 – 22 – 7 – 19 – 22 – 23 – 23 – 22 – 36 – 21 – 1 – 4 – 8 – 13 – 33

In this parallel permanence, the 9 adjacent distances 24 to 32 are missing.

Twenty-three times or spins in a row, none of these nine spaces has “appeared”. So there is an opportunity to bet on these 9 spaces for the next spin, expecting that finally one of these spaces gets a hit. How do we know which numbers we have to bet on? To do this, we count 24 spaces (ie slots on the roulette wheel) counter-clockwise from the last number that showed (namely the number 34) and we get to the number 33.

25 spaces from the last number that showed, counting counter-clockwise gives the number 16.

26 spaces from the last number that showed gives the number 24 and so on ……

For the next spin, the following numbers should be bet: 33 – 16 – 24 – 5 – 10 – 23 – 8 – 30 and the number 11 (these numbers correspond to the spaces 24 to 32, counted counter-clockwise from the last number that showed).

This all sounds a bit complicated, but it is very easy to use in practice, because the program calculates **everything** in record time for us. We just have to think about how many times we want to bet, whether or not we are using a progression, how this progression should be structured, and whether we bet with the trend or against the trend.

Precisely because we do not use rigid rules in this method, we are able to defeat roulette in the *long run* , but only if at the same time, we have enough experience to fully understand and exploit the program and its applications.

After these explanations about the parallel-permanence of the spaces, we can now look at what extraordinary events relating to the spaces, are being considered by the program during its calculations, which it performs after each spin (calculation time: between 3 and 5 seconds).

“Roulette Tracking” tells you:

*«Spaces Gaps»*

- if
*any*(*all*possible configurations are checked) 9 adjacent spaces do not show during 25 spins in a row. - if any 10 adjacent spaces do not show during 23 spins in a row.
- if any 11 adjacent spaces do not show during 21 spins in a row.
- if any 12 adjacent spaces do not show during 19 spins in a row.
- if any 13 adjacent spaces do not show during 17 spins in a row.

*«Spaces Neighbors Simple Losingrun»*

- if, during 13 spins in a row a space appears in the parallel permanence that is farther than 5 units away from the last space shown . This is the basically the same consideration than for event 8. But here are spaces that are taken into account, rather than the numbers themselves from the roulette wheel.

- if during 11 spins in a row a space appears in the parallel- permanence, which is farther than 6 units from the last space that showed.
- if during 9 spins in a row a space appears in the parallel- permanence, which is farther than 7 units from the last space that showed.
- if during 7 spins in a row a space appears in the parallel- permanence, which is farther than 8 units from the last space that showed.

Again, the program tells us when such an event takes place, what spaces are involved *and* what numbers are to be bet (meaning which numbers correspond to the respective spaces).

There are now 18 more events to mention and then we can turn to the exact functionality and practical application of the program (and I would like to point out once again that using “roulette tracking” is very easy and there is no knowledge of programming required).

The next 6 events are __combinations__ of spaces, with the following labels (SC stands for “Space Combination”).

SC1 – 1 / SC1 – 2 / SC1 – 3

SC2 – 1 / SC2 – 2 / SC2 – 3

SC3 – 1 / SC3 – 2 / SC3 – 3 / SC3 – 4

“Roulette tracking” tells you:

*«Spaces-Combination Simple Losingrun»*

- if, for 17 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 1 – 2 – 3 – 10 – 11 – 12 – 19 – 20 – 21 – 28 – 29 – 30 (label: SC1 – 1)
- if, for 17 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 4 – 5 – 6 – 13 – 14 – 15 – 22 – 23 – 24 – 31 – 32 – 33 (label: SC1 – 2)
- if, for 17 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 7 – 8 – 9 – 16 – 17 – 18 – 25 – 26 – 27 – 34 – 35 – 36 (label: SC1 – 3)
- if, for 17 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 1 – 4 – 7 – 10 – 13 – 16 – 19 – 22 – 25 – 28 – 31 – 34 (label: SC2 – 1)
- if, for 17 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 2 – 5 – 8 – 11 – 14 – 17 – 20 – 23 – 26 – 29 – 32 – 35 (lable: SC2 – 2)
- if, for 17 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 3 – 6 – 9 – 12 – 15 – 18 – 21 – 24 – 27 – 30 – 33 – 36 (label: SC2 – 3)
- if, for 21 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 1 – 5 – 9 – 13 – 17 – 21 – 25 – 29 – 33 (label: SC3 – 1)
- if, for 21 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 2 – 6 – 10 – 14 – 18 – 22 – 26 – 30 – 34 (label: SC3 – 2)
- if, for 21 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 3 – 7 – 11 – 15 – 19 – 23 – 27 – 31 – 35 (label: SC3 – 3)
- if, for 21 spins in a row, none of the following spaces appear in the parallel-permanence: 4 – 8 – 12 – 16 – 20 – 24 – 28 – 32 – 36 (label: SC3 – 4)

*«Spaces-Combination Repeats Losingrun»*

- if there is no
__repetition__during 15 spins in a row for the chances designated under 47. to 49. : SC1 -1; SC1 – 2 and SC1 – 3 - if there is no repetition during 15 spins in a row for the chances designated under 50. to 52. : SC2 -1; SC2 – 2 and SC2 -3
- if there is no repetition 19 spins in a row for the chances designated under 53. to 56. : SC3 -1; SC3 – 2 and SC3 – 3 and SC3 – 4

*«Layout Number Gaps»*

- if 9 adjacent numbers from the layout do not show during 25 spins in a row
- if 10 adjacent numbers from the layout do not show during 23 spins in a row
- if 11 adjacent numbers from the layout do not show during 21 spins in a row
- if 12 adjacent numbers from the layout do not show during 19 spins in a row
- if 13 adjacent numbers from the layout do not show during 17 spins in a row

So, we have arrived at the end of the list with the chances and events being checked by “roulette tracking” after each spin and thus, if you have read everything, you have already learned a lot about how the program should be used and which alternatives are available for bet. If you have not read everything or if you have not understood everything and you are seriously interested in buying “Roulette-Tracking”, you must go back and read everything over again. Otherwise, it doesn’t make sense to read on; it will only be a waste of time.