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Renowned engineers such as Joseph Jagger in the year 1873 claimed that the outcome of roulette wheels can be measured and which will inevitably help in predicting the results of a game better. The process of prediction is based on the believe that certain pockets have a greater chance to receive a ball than the rest; better prediction will help raise your return from the game up to or above 100%.

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This believe was further supported by Gonzalo Garcia in early 1900s, he suggested that an in-depth recording and analysis of the wheels performance with the help of a computer, can help predict which number is going to appear next, as opposed to the 1:36 ratio of the casino. His claim was further strengthened when he won a whopping 600,000 Euros and a sum total of 1 million in a casino in Spain. Although the casino did bring legal action against Garcia, the court simply ordered the casino to fix the wheel.

Casinos based in Britain weren't spared as well. In the year 1982, casinos in U.K lost a significant amount of money when players from America applied a biased betting tactic. This obviously increased the need of casinos to re-design and rebalance their roulette wheels. Eventually, John Huxley a British Roulette wheel manufacturer designed a wheel to cope with this problem.

George Melas developed this innovative wheel which was named "low profile", as the wheel's pockets had shrunk in size and had become deeper than the previous wheels. Concern regarding the old wheels became more serious and received notice worldwide when a gambling team that Billy Walters headed won a staggering $3.8 million on the old wheel in the year 1986.

The first people who created a computer for the purpose of predicting the outcome of roulette in the year 1961 were Edward Thorp and Claud Shannon. The computer utilized the timing of the roulette wheel and the ball's movement for prediction, although it was highly preferable for unbiased wheels. A book named "The Eudaemonic Pie" was penned by Thomas Bass in 1991, the book focused on some students who used computer embedded shoes for predicting the outcome of the roulette wheel.

Betting strategies

Players can use a number of betting strategies for winning in a game of roulette; namely, Martingale strategy and Fibonacci sequence. The first strategy helps the player double the amount betted every time. This means a single win can help the player recover the previous loses, however the player also has the risk of losing his entire money leading to tremendous loses. The Fibonacci system uses "Fibonacci sequence" for calculating the outcome of the roulette wheel. There are numerous ways to find the outcome of the roulette game, but none can guarantee a player to win, all it can do is increase the player's chances.

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