# Roulette Statistics and Frequencies

## Longterm Analysis Last Update: 10 hours, 36 minutes ago

Roulette Simulator analyzes the thrown numbers from past rated roulette games . This statistic raises how many times a number or a simple chance (red / black etc.) has fallen in a row. With this data, the player gets an idea of how often and in which series length the same number or the same color or chance in the roulette can appear consecutively. To expand these statistics you can register yourself and play a few rated games.

Number of analyzed Rated Roulette Games | 2,098,020 |

Number of analyzed Rated Roulette Throwings | 97,425,972 |

### Repetitions and Series on Numbers and Simple Chances

Max repetition of the same number so far | 6 |

### Distrubution of Repeating Red / Black excluding Zero

The charts below show the distribution of the series lengths at Red and Black. From this it can be read at what frequency in roulette we have to expect long series. They show how often Red or Black can fall consecutively if a player chooses Red and / or Black for the game. The upper charts show the longest series, where Red or Black actually fell behind each other. The lower two charts show the series lengths for Red and Black if the series was only interrupted by Zero.

### Distrubution of Repeating Red / Black including Zero

### Distrubution of Repeating Even / Odd excluding Zero

The charts below show the distribution of the series lengths at Even and Odd. From this it can be read at what frequency in roulette we have to expect long series. They show how often Even or Odd can fall consecutively if a player chooses Even and / or Odd for the game. The upper charts show the longest series, where Even or Odd actually fell behind each other. The lower two charts show the series lengths for Even and Odd if the series was only interrupted by Zero.

### Distrubution of Repeating Even / Odd including Zero

### Distrubution of Repeating 1-18 / 19-36 excluding Zero

The charts below show the distribution of the series lengths at 1-18 and 19-36. From this it can be read at what frequency in roulette we have to expect long series. They show how often 1-18 or 19-36 can fall consecutively if a player chooses 1-18 and / or 19-36 for the game. The upper charts show the longest series, where 1-18 or 19-36 actually fell behind each other. The lower two charts show the series lengths for 1-18 and 19-36 if the series was only interrupted by Zero.

### Distrubution of Repeating 1-18 / 19-36 including Zero

### Problems with Roulette Statistics

This statistic covers only the data of the roulette simulator random numbers. However, since roulette is a random game, other events of different lengths may occur at any given time. Fun fact: Theoretically, 10 times in a row, the same number can fall. Even though the probability for this is astronomically small, it nevertheless exists and can be calculated: ((1 ÷ 37) ^ 10) * 100 = 0.00000000000002079614%. Or the other way round, in an amount of 4,808,000,000,000,000 sequences per 10 thrown numbers, there would probably be a sequence in which all the numbers would be the same.

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