Which “prediction amount” value to set?
RouleGENIUS roulette predictor gives into the configuration panel the option to set how many predictions you want to get. What is actually the difference if you set 10 predictions or set 20? Let’s have a clearer view about giving a specific example.
Suppose you’re playing at roulette and you see as winning number that comes out on the roulette wheel the number 22 black. By clicking on it into RouleGENIUS predictor – our software will start to calculate hot numbers basing on a database list that coincide with your settings (NAME of roulette and PLATFORM – the 2 most important options). Let suppose that after studying the list, our software calculated 25 hot numbers.
CASE 1: If you LEAVE IN BLANK (empty) the “Prediction Amount” option from configuration panel, then the software will show you ALL 25 hot numbers that it calculated.
CASE 2: If you set 20 as “Prediction Amount”, our software, once calculated 25 hot numbers, will search for 20 of them that have a higher percentage of winning at roulette, the “hottest” one, and will show you only 20 predictions (not 25).
CASE 3: If you set 10 as “Prediction Amount”, our software, once calculated 25 hot numbers, will search for 10 of them that have a higher percentage of winning at roulette, the “hottest” one, and will show you only 10 predictions (not 25).
IMPORTANT: If you set to get only 10 predictions, for example, you will see only 10 winning predictions, not all hot numbers, and as result, if you get a lose – that doesn’t mean that software is bad and didn’t predict the right one, because maybe it predicted the winning number but you set to NOT see all hot numbers, so as result you did NOT see the winning number as prediction to bet on it.
That’s why, if you have NO experience using RouleGENIUS and you don’t have access to our 25 secrets to WIN – we don’t advice to set a fixed number of predictions, but to leave that option from settings panel in BLANK (empty) in order to be able to see ALL hot numbers.