anyone know of an app that tracks spaceball rolls?

Exactly what they try to tell me!!! Besides... They cant get into my tin foil hat..
Notice how i didnt call the patterns predictable. Spaceball has a habit of doing things like
2 6 15 27 24 6 (repeats, when they show up, bet 0, 00, and the number before and after the repeat.)
It does tend to form patterns. Perhaps thats over analyzing. Clearly im not certain enough to bet more than a few creds on spaceball, as the odds are against you.
And you didnt answer my question..even if it may be dumb... Does it generate single numbers or a random pattern?

Send $100 USD to [email protected]  through PayPal and I'll email you a list of Spaceball Rolls on the server of your choice for the past year.
;)

 Ozymandias


Also, the static on TV is not the CIA reading your thoughts. The chip they implanted in your skull only had 6 months of battery life.


lmao xD that's great.

The TIB server uses a single time-seeded instance of Java's Random Number Generator for all random events, including attacks, evasion, loot generation, spaceball, etc.
Although someone could possibly know future outputs if they knew the seed, they could not know how many other random events called the RNG between spaceball rolls.
For someone to have that information would require direct access to executing code, at which point gaming spaceball is probably not the most effective method for making credits!
Here's every SpaceBall roll for the last year:
http://files.spellbook.com/download/spaceball2015.zip

The gambler's fallacy, also known as the Monte Carlo fallacy or the fallacy of the maturity of chances, is the mistaken belief that, if something happens more frequently than normal during some period, it will happen less frequently in the future, or that, if something happens less frequently than normal during some period, it will happen more frequently in the future (presumably as a means of balancing nature). In situations where what is being observed is truly random (i.e., independent trials of a random process), this belief, though appealing to the human mind, is false. This fallacy can arise in many practical situations although it is most strongly associated with gambling where such mistakes are common among players.

I always though you roll the ball manually on a roulette table and post the results. But I guess that would be too much to ask for. But it would also be truly random. Or not. Of course you need to randomly selected employees as oversight to prevent cheating and other abuse.

 Olavious

I always though you roll the ball manually on a roulette table and post the results. But I guess that would be too much to ask for. But it would also be truly random. Or not. Of course you need to randomly selected employees as oversight to prevent cheating and other abuse.


Roulette wheels are not truly random either.

If i could view the years records i would preferm a chi squared test to confirm or disprove the null hypothesis. :p
Would somebody be a dear and just post the total of each number and total of each color? Ill do statistical analysis and report back...

 WhiteLance

If i could view the years records i would preferm a chi squared test to confirm or disprove the null hypothesis. :p
Would somebody be a dear and just post the total of each number and total of each color? Ill do statistical analysis and report back...


It's 1:30am and I'm bored...
Total: 1,955,832 rolls
00: 51,986
0: 51,445
1: 51,053
2: 51,584
3: 51,344
4: 51,319
5: 51,588
6: 51,526
7: 51,601
8: 51,905
9: 51,237
10: 51,607
11: 51,315
12: 51,605
13: 51,375
14: 50,872
15: 51,652
16: 51,134
17: 51,551
18: 51,670
19: 51,449
20: 51,482
21: 51,387
22: 51,464
23: 51,341
24: 51,687
25: 51,406
26: 51,160
27: 51,415
28: 51,474
29: 51,714
30: 51,483
31: 51,616
32: 51,358
33: 51,381
34: 51,500
35: 51,538
36: 51,608
RED: 925,051
BLACK: 927,350
Google Drive Excel sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QvpXBa9vxrFtBmQWqQAMIgo-xVVWZOGmB0BDXb5qlb8/edit?usp=sharing

Auh. Nothing. There is no major outside factor other than chance. What a shame. Good work on that code.