How to keep track of previous spins in roulette?

How to keep track of previous spins in roulette?

Hi all, at an actual casino do they have some sort of screen (or otherwise) which keeps track of previous outcomes like you have on online roulette ?

Question asked by: drbob2k7


Yes, many casinos have electronic boards near the roulette table that display the results of the most recent spins. These boards are known as “scoreboards” or “tote boards” and typically show the last 10-20 spins. They display the winning numbers and their respective colors (red, black, or green). The purpose of these boards is to help players identify any patterns or trends in the outcomes.

However, it’s important to note that each spin in roulette is independent of the previous ones, and the outcome of any given spin is random. Keeping track of previous spins might be interesting, but it does not provide any statistical advantage when it comes to predicting future outcomes. This is due to the nature of the game and the presence of the house edge.


  1. Yeah.

    Play a game with better odds though man.

    Or play poker and mold your odds a bit more.

  2. Yes, most casinos have an electronic board the displays the previous 10-15 spins on each table.

    Keep in mind, however, that previous spins have absolutely no effect whatsoever on the next spin. The previous 100 spins could have all come up black, the chances are still close to 50/50 (1.1111 to 1, to be exact) that it will be black on the next spin. These previous results have no bearing at all, the wheel has no memory.

  3. They have those at all the strip casinos. It is the best invention that the casino has put in so they can make more money. People think there is a pattern when there are just random events so they bet more than if they did not think there was a pattern.

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