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Mark Terrance-Smith wrote at 2014-10-07 23:41:27
You can predict the pockets of a roulette wheel. There is many videos demonstrating this where the user points at the pocket before the ball lands.Check out Mark Howe in the UK. There is also free Roulette Mathematics there that you can study. Hope this helps you.


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