TV; Countback. The biggest shite stirrer on forum, the General also AKA; to0 many to0 mention. Posted 10’330 live spins. These spins broke in to groups of 185 spins; gave an average for repeats. If we look from the reverse, it gives an average for the non-hits. The repeats are 1-3-5-7=16 repeats over 40 spins, so, you’d have 24 of the starting 37 hit. That would be the 24 non-hits for 37 spins.

Now, how does countback work? If you take the 3-5-7=15 over spins 11-40; 30 spins. Wouldn’t The repeats average be better as 5-5-5=15. An even distribution. But, the 3-5-7 shows more often. Why?

Well at the start, you have the 37 non-hits, the larger group. Over at GF, forum there’s a person shows 7.3 spins is average for a repeat. That would be Vaddi bet!! Now more often than not, spins 1-10 gives 1 repeat.

The sheet shows 9/10; 1 repeat. Countback now wants you to place the expected 15 non-hits, one every 2 spins.

So, 9+15=24. The LOTT says 24 non-hits is average for 37 spins. Countback shows 23 is expected.

Okay, by 20th spin we’d expect 4 repeats. 16 of the starting 37 would have hit. Countback shows the 16th non-hit was expected at spins 23/24. The non-hits are fast.

Now you could say it’s getting to 50/50. Repeats and non-hits. If +2 for non-hit is maintained at 30th spin, 21 of the starting 37 have shown; then there’s only 16 of the starting 37 to find.

Spins 31-40 more chance of repeats as in these 10 spins 31-40, you only need 3 more of the remaining, so, here’s the 7; 7 repeats possible.

Here are 40 spins that were played by precogmiles. It has the 9/10; 24 of the starting expected.