The odds of red or black spinning in a row. On the European wheel, there are 37 numbers. 18 are black, and 18 are red. So the odds of red spinning are 18/37 = 0.4865. The odds of black spinning are the same. And it’s the same for any “even chance” bet including highs and lows, and odds and evens.
At the very beginning of the game, the probability that the ball will stop on a red or black section is 18/37, 0.486. The probability that the zero wins is 1/37, 0.027. If Black wins, then the Red winning odds are increased like 19/37 = 0.736. In the event, that Black wins twice in a row, the red chances are increased even more 19/37 * 19/37 = 0.865.
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