Saturday 22nd February 2020

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Roulette has not changed in 200 years, but advances in modern technology have presented the traditional game with a new challenge.

The rise of smartphone apps designed to 'clock' the ball and rotor speeds has made it easier to identify a roulette wheel's winning and losing sectors, thus granting them a significant advantage over the house.

To address this risk, the Random Rotor Speed feature (RRS) randomly changes the speed of the rotor, thus changing one of the variables used by electronic devices to predict the outcome.

Video Demonstration

The video below shows Random Rotor Speed in action. In both games, the same wheel is spun twice at 20 rpm. RRS is switched off for the left-hand spin and active for the right. Despite both wheels being synchronised at the beginning, by the time the ball enters the rotor, the right-hand wheel with RRS enabled has a different rotor angle to the left-hand wheel and the ball lands in a different sector.

Discreet Security

The Mercury 360 RRS looks identical to the standard Mercury 360 wheel.

The RRS mechanism is totally invisible and inaudible. Since no part of the RRS mechanism comes into contact with the rotor, there is no wear and tear.

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