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Hi Guys... I am really sorry.. I was busy with some other work, and did not get time to look at this, and later forgot about it..

so to give you more perspective .. I will be taking data from this website Kalyan penal chart .

Let's take an example "168 =>59<=667" , Here the result is declared in two parts,
Suppose 168 is declared at 2 PM (is called OPEN PANEL), then and 667 is declared after 3 hours(is called CLOSE PANEL),
Now, 1+6+8 = 15 .. only the Unit's place (last digit is considered, i.e 5), similarly 6+6+7 = 19 (9 is considered).

Now people can bet on many different aspects with varying prize amount..

• just 5 as OPEN, or 9 as CLOSE (winnings 1:9)
• or 59 as BRACKET (winnings 1:90)
• 168 as OPEN panel or 667 as CLOSE panel (winnings 1:250).

My program should be able to predict next BRACKET, or OPEN PANEL or/and CLOSE PANEL

In reply to Re: guessing next number on roulette wheel by sk.kumar
in thread guessing next number on roulette wheel by sk.kumar

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