We're still doing administrative clean up on the presentation of the data bases. They will be a critical statistical backdrop when we move forward. The Pi-odds Roulette Study will remain the underlying matrix of geometric probability for cards and random number generators. This will require close fast work. Since everything about this site and forum is a first, these matters need to be thoughtfully arranged with work place convenience.
The gravity bet and the .16666 flat bet advantage is unique to roulette with a dealer's random release of the ball. Everything else, including roulette with other releases, cards, random number generators and the stock market ...are all extensions of the mechanics of a dealer's random release of the ball on a roulette wheel ...and the use of the geometric finesse in "action at a distance" to make the measurements.
The flat bet advantage of cards and random number generators is different from roulette, with a slightly different geometry ...but cards and RNGs cannot be understood without a basic grasp of roulette with a dealer's random release.
The random release on a wheel, with "action at a distance," also replicates Boskovic's prediction of the random orbit of a comet. This was the subject of the Laplace/Boskovic debate when Laplace posited the proposition that the randomness of gaming could predict the randomness of the universe.
The problem for Laplace was that he wasn't using "action at a distance." He simply said it was useless. Laplace was conclusionary (that is: without reason) in his attack on Bokovic, but Laplace was safe.
The problem for Boskovic was that he was indeed using "action at a distance" ...but couldn't admit the flat bet advantage although it was there for all to see. Boskovic was essentially using the gravity bet. That is: take three random measurements and eliminate the second measurement while predicting the third measurement to be relative to the first.
The historical problem for the rest of us is this: just as a dealer's random release of the ball is the only way to understand the relativity of "action at a distance" in 2011 ...Boskovic's work was the only way to understand the relativity of "action at a distance" in 1776 .
Boskovic's success was destroyed for political reasons and the world has been stuck with traditional random theory ever since.
The forum will shatter traditional random theory but the truth is found in details. While the gravity bet is not difficult to understand, it will require a mental jump and some close attention.
Thank you again for your patience.