Bachelor of Science
Rohan J. Dalpatadu
Sahjendra N. Singh
Andrew D. Hanson
Number of Pages
Data were generated using a physical roulette wheel to test whether an association exists between initial conditions (the pocket from which the ball is released) and output (the pocket where the ball lands). I have generated data to determine whether there exists statistical significance in distributions of adjoined pockets. Using the statistical software Excel for data tabulation and mapping and using R for statistical computations, I determined a possible method for cheating. I also established an association does in fact exist between initial conditions and output. The existence of this association diminishes roulette as a game of "pure" chance. The results indicate there is an opportunity to change the odds in favor of the common gambler.
Gamblers; Gambling; Mathematical statistics; Roulette; Statistical hypothesis testing; Statistics
Applied Statistics | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Statistics and Probability
Abuhanna, David, "Roulette: More than just a Chance" (2015). Theses. 27.