User Manual

Roulette Dashboard

OS: Android (min. 7.0), Version: 1.2.17, Download: Google Play Store

This page describes the most important features of the Roulette Dashboard app and explains them in detail. This should make it easier for you to get started and show you the possibilities of the app for roulette analysis. This will enable you to develop your own roulette strategy.

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Feature overview

  1. Entering roulette numbers manually
  2. Generate roulette numbers automatically with the random number generator
  3. Manage multiple parallel sessions (with name, casino, date, table and croupier)
  4. Switch between European (or French) and American Roulette
  5. Import / Export roulette numbers
  6. Share roulette numbers (e.g. via email, WhatsApp, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.)
  7. Find deviations (Écarts)
  8. Securing game results with upper and lower limit alarm function
  9. Sort “hot” and “cold” roulette numbers according to any depth of analysis
  10. Display wheel segments, neighbor numbers and number of hits
  11. Display the hit sequence of roulette numbers in the wheel over time
  12. Use interactive tableau with number of hits and missing roulette numbers
  13. Call up charts and key figures for all betting options of the Roulette
  14. Use standard roulette systems (Masse-égale, Marche, Martingale, Fibonacci, Paroli, Favorites, Ranking) as a basis

1. Entering roulette numbers manually

To be able to analyze roulette numbers from the (online) casino, they must first be manually transferred to the Roulette Dashboard app. For this purpose there is a separate view for entering roulette numbers in the app. When you start the app for the first time, it is already open by default. Alternatively, you can open the input view by pressing the corresponding icon in the navigation bar below (see fig. 1.1, [1]).

Furthermore, the input view includes a permanent display (the newly entered numbers will appear here later, see fig. 1.1, [2]), a keypad for entering roulette numbers (see fig. 1.1, [3]) and a counter (see fig. 1.1, [4]).

For example, if you want to enter the roulette number sequence of the last numbers played in the casino (7,17,19,0,30,24,16) into the Roulette Dashboard, press each of the numbers on the keypad in that order (see fig. 1.2, [5]). With each new roulette number the sequence (see fig. 1.1, [2]) is automatically updated and the counter (see fig. 1.1, [4]) increases by one.

Did you accidentally enter a wrong roulette number? No problem! Simply press the bent arrow on the right in the input view (see fig. 1.3, [6]) and the last roulette number you entered will be removed. Then you can enter the correct roulette number using the keypad.

The oldest roulette number can be removed by pressing the straight arrow on the left (see fig. 1.4, [7]). This makes it possible to “push” old roulette numbers out of the sequence. By means of this feature it is possible to return to a starting situation with a certain number of roulette numbers again and again without having to re-enter them in a time-consuming way (comparable to a kind of shift register).

A complete deletion of all roulette numbers is done by pressing the wastebasket in the middle (see fig. 1.4, [8]).

2. Generate roulette numbers automatically with the random number generator

In roulette analysis, there are situations where a random number generator is advantageous. For example, you want to quickly access a large number of roulette numbers and there is currently no (online) casino available. It may also be that only a very slow retrieval of roulette numbers is possible. Or, you would like to test the feasibility of your own gaming strategy before you enter an (online) casino. Furthermore, a random number generator gives you the opportunity to test all functions of the Roulette Dashboard App in advance.

In addition, there are approaches to game strategies that make it necessary to bring forward roulette numbers. According to this, the philosophical question arises implicitly whether the shuffling of two random sources (casino and random generator of the app) has an influence or not. The answer has to be found by everyone for himself.

For the reasons mentioned above, the Roulette Dashboard has its own random number generator that can generate sequences of roulette numbers of any length. Only the memory and CPU power of the device limit the length of the sequence of numbers.
For example, if you want to generate a random number sequence consisting of 50 roulette numbers, then press the “RND” field at the bottom right of the input view fifty times (see fig. 2.1, [1]).

The random number generator integrated into the Roulette Dashboard is based on the Java class

3. Manage multiple parallel sessions (with name, casino, date, table and croupier)

Often you can see roulette players playing at several tables at the same time, or observe them in parallel for their roulette analysis. In addition, it can happen that past sequences of certain casinos and tables are to be analyzed in detail again later.

With the Roulette Dashboard you can therefore manage several sessions or sequences in parallel. The sessions (including their roulette numbers) are stored in a local database on the device (e.g. Smartphone or Tablet). When starting the app, the last used session always opens automatically. Initially there is exactly one session.

To create a new session, simply press the folder icon with the small plus sign in the upper right corner of the input view (see fig. 3.1, [1]). Afterwards a dialog box opens for entering the session parameters (see Fig. 3.2, [2]). You can enter the following information for your new session: name, date, casino, table and croupier. After creating your session, it will be opened automatically.

In the middle you can see which session is currently active (see fig. 3.3, [3]).

To open a saved session, press the folder symbol (without plus sign) in the upper right corner of the input view (see fig. 3.3, [4]). A list of all sessions saved on the terminal device is displayed. For each entry in the list an arrow is displayed on the far right (see fig. 3.4, [5]), which can be used to open the selected session.

Each newly entered or generated roulette number is always added to the currently active session and immediately saved automatically. Consequently, switching back and forth between several sessions can be done easily.

4. Switch between European (or French) and American Roulette

There are two types of roulette: european (also known as french roulette) and american roulette. The difference is in the construction of the roulette wheel. While the european roulette, in addition to the numbers 1 to 36, has an additional single zero “0”, the american roulette has another additional double zero “00”. On top of that, the arrangement of the roulette numbers in the roulette wheel is different in both variants.
The european roulette has 37 numbers with a probability of 1/37 = 0.027 and the american roulette has 38 numbers with a probability of 1/38 = 0.026. Since the payout ratio of both types of roulette is identical with 1:35, the european roulette has an advantage for the player.

In the Roulette Dashboard app you can switch between the two options by simply clicking on the flag on the left in the input view (see fig. 4.1, [1]).
If you switch between the variants and have already entered roulette numbers, a hint dialog will appear. The hint contains the following: If you switch from european to american roulette, the probability of a single number changes from 1/37 to 1/38 (see fig. 4.2, [2]). If you switch from american roulette to european roulette, the double zeros in the target wheel are no longer displayed and are removed from the row of numbers (see fig. 4.4, [6]).

You have to decide for yourself whether you want to change the wheel on roulette numbers already entered, or remove all the numbers and start over with the other roulette wheel.

You can see which roulette wheel is currently active in the input view by the flag (see fig. 4.3, [5]) and the label (see fig. 4.3, [3]). In american roulette, the additional double zero appears at the bottom of the input field (see Fig. 4.3, [4]).

5. Import / Export roulette numbers

Some casinos offer the sequence of roulette numbers of their roulette tables on the Internet for inspection. This is just one example of many possible external sources of roulette numbers outside the Roulette Dashboard app.

If you want to import several Roulette numbers at once from an external source into the Roulette Dashboard, open the Burger menu in the upper left corner (see fig. 5.1, [1]) and click on “Import / Export” (see fig. 5.1, [2]). The view for editing the sequence opens (cf. fig. 5.2, [3]). Now copy the roulette numbers from your external source and paste them into the text field (via Copy & Paste).

(Note: On smartphones, the context menu for selecting, copying and pasting text can be displayed on the screen by pressing and holding).

The sequence of roulette numbers to be imported must be separated by a comma. This means that a revision of the source data may be necessary if the given roulette number sequence is in a different format.

Finally, press the check mark at the bottom to accept the changes (see Fig. 5.2, [4]).

The same procedure can be followed for exports. The only difference is that the roulette numbers from the Roulette Dashboard app are copied to the external source (e.g. email or text file).

6. Share roulette numbers (e.g. via email, WhatsApp, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.)

There are sequence of roulette numbers that are worth shareing (e.g. a very long sequence of red numbers or the very frequent repetition of a single number). Or, a game report should be made and if necessary a later roulette analysis should be made.

For this purpose there is a share button in the upper left corner (see fig. 6.1, [1]). If you press it, the standard dialog of the device for sharing information (e.g. in WhatsApp, Telgram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) opens. You can also use this function to send the numbers to yourself via e-mail. This can be useful if you want to make documentation later.

7. Find deviations (Écarts)

Example: if you keep betting on red in european roulette (with single zero), the expected number of hits after 100 games is E = 18/37 * 100 = 0.4865 * 100 = 48.65.

The standard deviation (sigma) around this value is sqrt(E * (1-(18/37))) = sqrt(48.65 * 0.5135) = sqrt(24.982) = 4.998.

Due to the normal distribution, about 34.1% is in the range 48.65 + 4.998 (+1-sigma) and about 34.1% in the range 48.65 – 4.998 (-1-sigma). With 2-sigma, the figure is approx. 13.6% and with 3-sigma approx. 2.1%. Betting options that have a high 3-sigma deviation are therefore positive or negative extremes that occur very rarely.

The Roulette Dashboard can search the result charts of all betting options for these deviations (Écarts). Access to the search function is located below the tableau, within the tableau view (see fig. 7.1, [1]). To start the search, click on the button with the magnifying glass symbol at the very bottom (see fig. 7.1, [2]).

A list of all betting options that correspond to the search results for the currently selected deviation opens (see Fig. 7.2, [3]). Using the drop-down menu (see fig. 7.2, [4]) the strength of the positive or negative deviation (sigma) can be selected. The selection made immediately updates the search results.

By clicking on a list element (see Fig. 7.3, [5]), the details of the corresponding opportunity including the results chart are displayed (see Fig. 7.4, [6]). Further down in the detail view the exact values of the positive and negative sigma deviations depending on the available chance are shown (see fig. 7.5, [7]).

8. Securing game results with upper and lower limit alarm function

Example: after 150 coups, your current game on street 16-18 has reached the result of +$138. You now want to activate an alarm to end or secure the game in time. If you lose, the alarm should stop the game at +$93 (lower limit) and if you win, at +$142 (upper limit).

In the Roulette Dashboard app, you can set the upper and lower limits (see fig. 8.1 [1], yellow lines) for the result chart of each individual chance. The alarm function is part of the detail view that you open by clicking on the given betting option (e.g. street 16-18) in the interactive tableau.

In the detailed view, the alarm can be activated by setting the check mark (see fig. 8.2, [2]). Use the input fields in the middle to set the values for the lower and upper limits (see fig. 8.1, [3]).

If subsequently one of the limits is exceeded during manual input or generation of roulette numbers, the alarm display opens (see fig. 8.3, [4]). The exceeded or fallen short of limits are colored red. If you now click on a list entry, the detail view opens and the triggering event is visible (see fig. 8.4, [5]).

If you want to view all active alarms, you can do this via the burger menu (see fig. 8.5, [6]) by selecting the “Alarm” menu item (see fig. 8.5, [7]). A list of all set alarms opens. By unchecking the box the alarm of the associated opportunity is deactivated again (see fig. 8.6 [8]).

9. Sort “hot” and “cold” roulette numbers according to any depth of analysis

To quickly identify roulette numbers that are frequently hit (called favorites or “hot” numbers), the Roulette Dashboard has a “Hot / Cold” number view (see fig. 9.1, [1]).

In the above view, you will see a list of all the roulette numbers on the currently selected roulette wheel (european or american). The list of roulette numbers is sorted in descending order by number of hits. The roulette number with the most hits is therefore at the top of the list. The number of hits for each Roulette number is shown as a white bar (see fig. 9.1, [2]).

The number of hits refers to the specified depth of analysis (number of most recent coups). The desired depth of analysis can be set using a slider (see fig. 9.2, [3]). For example, the value 50 displays the favorites and their number of hits within the last 50 coups (see fig. 9.2, [4]).

10. Display wheel segments, neighbor numbers and number of hits

Most roulette players are interested in the distribution of the roulette numbers hit within the roulette wheel. Often the goal is to identify segments of related roulette numbers that are hit together, which gradually emerge. Furthermore, the neighboring numbers of the last roulette number hit (the four roulette numbers left and right) are of particular interest. Usually, bets are placed on repeating or returning the neighboring numbers. This procedure can also be combined with the roulette numbers opposite each other on the roulette wheel.

In the wheel view (see fig. 10.1, [1]) of the Roulette Dashboard app, the current distribution of roulette numbers in the roulette wheel with the corresponding number of hits is shown (see fig. 10.1, [3]). Since the wheel view also has an alternative display, you must first check whether the correct view is selected (see fig. 10.1, [2]).

In addition, small orange counters have been entered to indicate the size of the segments (see fig. 10.1, [4]) as well as a yellow frame around the four left and four right neighbouring numbers. This is also to be found on the roulette wheel opposite the roulette numbers (see fig. 10.1, [6]). With each newly entered roulette number, the yellow lines automatically align themselves with the new neighboring numbers. The last roulette number hit is colored orange.

An orange cross is available for orientation in the roulette wheel (see fig. 10.2, [7]). The thicker of the two lines represents the guide line and divides (in the european wheel) the roulette number at one end and the two adjacent roulette numbers at the opposite end exactly in the middle. The cross helps you to find your way around the roulette wheel. You can use it, for example, to find the centre of a frequently hit segment of the wheel, or to identify the opposite area of the roulette wheel. The cross can be rotated by pushing and pulling the screen.

11. Display the hit sequence of roulette numbers in the wheel over time

Because the pure frequency distribution of the roulette numbers hit does not show the order over time, the Roulette Dashboard offers an alternative view of the roulette wheel. If you are already in the wheel view (see fig. 11.1, [1]), you can open the alternative view in the upper right corner (see fig. 11.1, [2]).

Within the alternative view for the roulette wheel, the roulette numbers of the roulette wheel (european or american) are listed on the far left, from top to bottom. You could also call this a kind of flat roulette wheel. The last 24 number hits are listed in their order as a graph from left to right (see fig. 11.2, [2]). On the far right is the hit of the most recent roulette number. If another roulette number is added, the alternative wheel view shifts one value further to the left (comparable to a kind of shift register).

12. Use interactive tableau with number of hits and missing roulette numbers

The interactive tableau (see fig. 12.1, [1]) offers you many possibilities for roulette analysis. On the one hand you can read the number of hits or the number of coups since the last number hit directly from the individual betting options or roulette numbers. The last number hit is coloured orange in the interactive tableau. In the current version of the Roulette Dashboard the following betting options are supported:

  • black, red, even, odd, low (1-18), high (19-36)
  • dozens 1st to 3rd dozen
  • columns 1, 4, 7, 10, …, 34; 2, 5, 8, 11, …, 35 and 3, 6, 9, 12, …, 36.
  • six lines (e.g. 13-18)
  • streets (e.g. 1-3)
  • corners (e.g. 1,2,4,5)
  • straight (e.g. 36)

At each chance and roulette number of the interactive tableau there are two small white counters: one at the top left (see fig. 12.1, [3]) and one at the bottom left (see fig. 12.1 [4]). The first counter shows you how often the chance or roulette number has occurred in the permanence. The second counter, on the other hand, shows you how long ago the last hit of the chance or roulette number occurred. The last roulette number hit is therefore 0, so the counter below can help you identify roulette numbers that have not been hit for a long time. The white bar (see fig. 12.1, [2]) is an alternative representation of the first small counter for all individual roulette numbers.

13. Call up charts and key figures for all betting options of the roulette

The Roulette Dashboard has an interactive tableau (see fig. 13.1, [1]), which allows you to call up detailed statistical information about every betting option of the roulette. This information can be obtained by pressing the fields on the interactive tableau. Comparable to placing bets in the (online) casino.

For example, if you want to analyze the the simple betting option black (fr. noir) in detail, just press the black field (see fig. 13.1, [2]) in the interactive tableau. In the same way, you can call up statistical details on the dozens (see fig. 13.1, [3]) and columns (see fig. 13.1, [4]).

The six line (13-18) for example is opened by pressing the white vertical line on the far left between the roulette numbers 13 and 16 (see fig. 13.1, [5]). If, for example, the street (19-21) is to be opened, then simply press the white vertical line on the far left edge of the street (see fig. 13.1, [6]).

In the same way, you can do this, for example, in the corner 10,11,13,14 by pressing the white cross between the corresponding roulette numbers (see fig. 13.1, [7]).

To open split (14-15), simply press the white horizontal line between the two roulette numbers 14 and 15 (see fig. 13.1, [8]). Opening a single roulette number (e.g. Pleine 21) is done by directly pressing the number on the interactive tableau (see fig. 13.1, [9]).

In any case, the detailed view opens with the result chart (see fig. 13.2, [10]) and the key figures for the corresponding betting option.

14. Use standard roulette systems (Masse-égale, Marche, Martingale, Fibonacci, Paroli, Favorites, Ranking) as a basis

The Roulette Dashboard provides some roulette strategies or roulette systems as standard. These are game strategies and systems already known from literature, which by no means guarantee a long-term profit in roulette. Nevertheless, let these roulette strategies and systems be used very well as a basis for your own game strategy. Currently, the following roulette strategies are offered:

  1. Masses-égal
  2. Marche (winner, loser, second last, jumper)
  3. Martingal (Martingale classique, Progression d’Alembert, Fitzroy-Progression)
  4. Fibonacci
  5. Paroli (1x, 2x; Sept et leva, 3x; Quinze et le va)
  6. Favourites
  7. Ranking
  8. Segment

The selection of roulette strategies is shown in the list in the strategy view (see fig. 14.1, [1]). For each roulette strategy or list entry, the title of the roulette strategy (see fig. 14.1, [2]), the next bet (see fig. 14.1, [3]), additional information on the current result (see fig. 14.1, [4]) and the resulting positive or negative trend (see fig. 14.1, [5]) are displayed.

Pressing a list entry opens the detailed view of the corresponding roulette strategy (see fig. 14.2, [6]). This remains open until you click on the list symbol at the top (see fig. 14.2, [7]) and want to return to the strategy list. This allows you to view the currently selected roulette strategy directly after entering or generating roulette numbers without having to search for them again in the strategy list.

For every available roulette strategy there are possibilities for parameterization, which can be done in the detail view.