It’s 8 in 38.

Quote:ManoiSo on a roulette wheel there is 36 number with 0 and 00 so the odds is 1 in 38 to land any number. What if i randomly chose 8 number on the wheel. what is the odds of the ball landing on one of those number.

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Welcome to the forum. The answer is 8/38, or approximately 21%.

Quote:ManoiSo on a roulette wheel there is 36 number with 0 and 00 so the odds is 1 in 38 to land any number. What if i randomly chose 8 number on the wheel. what is the odds of the ball landing on one of those number.

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if you want to succeed in life i suggest you stop thinking about roulette... thinking about roulette is almost as deadly as the actual russian roulette

except it takes years to drain the life from your body

what i mean by this is - your maximum thought process should be such : Place the chips on the felt. Kiss them goodbye. Hope you get them back. Be happy if you do because its not normal to do so.

Quote:heatmapQuote:ManoiSo on a roulette wheel there is 36 number with 0 and 00 so the odds is 1 in 38 to land any number. What if i randomly chose 8 number on the wheel. what is the odds of the ball landing on one of those number.

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if you want to succeed in life i suggest you stop thinking about roulette... thinking about roulette is almost as deadly as the actual russian roulette

except it takes years to drain the life from your body

what i mean by this is - your maximum thought process should be such : Place the chips on the felt. Kiss them goodbye. Hope you get them back. Be happy if you do because its not normal to do so.link to original post

Psst..There are roulette APs as well.

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if you want to succeed in life i suggest you stop thinking about roulette... thinking about roulette is almost as deadly as the actual russian roulette

except it takes years to drain the life from your body

what i mean by this is - your maximum thought process should be such : Place the chips on the felt. Kiss them goodbye. Hope you get them back. Be happy if you do because its not normal to do so.link to original post

Psst..There are roulette APs as well.link to original post

i know - my first "tool" that i programmed is a roulette program and still am programming it to this day

but tbh i dont know if i believe it myself and the only successful stuff i have ever heard is by using computers with lasers - then RRS hit the stage

and potentially using the savannah move - but thats not AP to me its cheating

visual ballistics work if RRS is not enabled i myself can usually predict where the ball will land within about a 5 pocket area given they are using a teflon ball

this is why im telling this guy to stay away because i myself have thought about it too much for him and everyone else and too much thought has been put into it already - then RRS shows up

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If you place all 8 numbers on the same spin, there is an 8/38=0.2105 = 21.05% chance that one of those numbers will hit.

If you place the 8 wagers on 8 separate spins it gets a bit more subtle in that more than one number can hit, so the question would become "what is the odds of the ball landing on AT LEAST one of those numbers."

For that we would calculate 1-(Odds of all wagers losing) = 1- (37/38)^8 =0.1921 = 19.21%

ALL wagers and all combinations of wagers at roulette are subject to the house edge. It's a fun way to lose money.

Heatmap's mention of RRS technology is just a mechanism by which casinos ensure there wheels don't have any exploitable bias, and to defeat certain cheating technologies.