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Super Tilt
Posted: 25 January 2015 05:35 PM   [ Ignore ]
Chip-hunter
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Hey Ap’s mate i found a super tilt wheel, 50 spins 48 times the same diamond and 2 time the opposite one. I’ll post datas i took. I got 5/6 seconds before nmb (depend a bit on the dealer and on how the table is full)

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Posted: 25 January 2015 06:05 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Here is a little sample

Number Observed/ Outcome/ Revolution Left/ Diamond/ Rotor speed

1/11/7/1/34
5/30/7/1/19 (scatter 1 lap)
24/20/7/1/34
28/9/7/1/34
25/27/7/1/27
35/21/7/1/4
32/11/7/1/34
24/12/8/3/4
11/14/7/1/4
4/31/8/1/4
1/5/7/1/19
6/13/7/1/19
24/23/7/1/4
32/15/7/1/15
26/22/8/1/19
26/12/7/1/4
33/23/7/1/4
10/6/8/1/25 (scatter 1 lap)
9/8/6/1/4
21/36/8/1/32
33/34/7/1/4
34/18/8/1/34
11/16/0/1/25
29/18/8/1/25
10/24/7/1/15
9/31/7/1/19
6/1/8/1/19
30/22/8/1/19
35/7/8/1/19
3/30/7/3/19
25/9/7/1/32
4/18/7/1/15
30/1/7/1/34
2/1/7/1/2
10/33/7/1/19

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Posted: 25 January 2015 08:13 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Chip-hunter - 25 January 2015 06:05 PM

Here is a little sample

Number Observed/ Outcome/ Revolution Left/ Diamond/ Rotor speed

1/11/7/1/34
5/30/7/1/19 (scatter 1 lap)
24/20/7/1/34
28/9/7/1/34
25/27/7/1/27
35/21/7/1/4
32/11/7/1/34
24/12/8/3/4
11/14/7/1/4
4/31/8/1/4
1/5/7/1/19
6/13/7/1/19
24/23/7/1/4
32/15/7/1/15
26/22/8/1/19
26/12/7/1/4
33/23/7/1/4
10/6/8/1/25 (scatter 1 lap)
9/8/6/1/4
21/36/8/1/32
33/34/7/1/4
34/18/8/1/34
11/16/0/1/25
29/18/8/1/25
10/24/7/1/15
9/31/7/1/19
6/1/8/1/19
30/22/8/1/19
35/7/8/1/19
3/30/7/3/19
25/9/7/1/32
4/18/7/1/15
30/1/7/1/34
2/1/7/1/2
10/33/7/1/19

Interesting post , Chip-Hunter.
How many numbers do you bet with this and how do you calculate rotor speed ?
Thanks

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Posted: 26 January 2015 12:11 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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Chip-hunter - 25 January 2015 06:05 PM

Here is a little sample

Number Observed/ Outcome/ Revolution Left/ Diamond/ Rotor speed

1/11/7/1/34
5/30/7/1/19 (scatter 1 lap)
24/20/7/1/34
28/9/7/1/34
25/27/7/1/27
35/21/7/1/4
32/11/7/1/34
24/12/8/3/4
11/14/7/1/4
4/31/8/1/4
1/5/7/1/19
6/13/7/1/19
24/23/7/1/4
32/15/7/1/15
26/22/8/1/19
26/12/7/1/4
33/23/7/1/4
10/6/8/1/25 (scatter 1 lap)
9/8/6/1/4
21/36/8/1/32
33/34/7/1/4
34/18/8/1/34
11/16/0/1/25
29/18/8/1/25
10/24/7/1/15
9/31/7/1/19
6/1/8/1/19
30/22/8/1/19
35/7/8/1/19
3/30/7/3/19
25/9/7/1/32
4/18/7/1/15
30/1/7/1/34
2/1/7/1/2
10/33/7/1/19

Hi Chip,

Your data states number observed. I assume under the dd at 7 revs out. You should include actual strike number as well. Where the ball hits the rotor. Then you look at scatter and if it is manageable.

Your rotor speed. Is it the complete spin I assume. You should just time it as a 3 sec wheel per rotation or a 4 sec etc. If your scatter is consistant you should kill this wheel.

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