Introduction (last updated November 23, 2013)

The attempt to beat the game of roulette with the help of a computer and an appropriate physical model describing the behaviour of the spinning ball and rotor is not new and there are numerous accounts of this to be found in the literature.

But the physics of roulette are truly fascinating on their own account in that they recapitulate neatly the theory of the damped pendulum and summarize the methods of how to model friction forces and how to treat the problem of a rolling ball on a smooth surface.

RoulettePhysics attempts to shed some light on the technical background of roulette prediction through physical methods. And with the help of our downloadable software you can turn your own windows-system into a powerful roulette prediction machine.