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Mercury 360 RRS

Unprecidented Security

The Random Rotor Speed (RRS) feature increases a game’s unpredictability to protect against wheel clocking and advantage play.

This example shows rotor deceleration during two test games on the same wheel, with RRS active. The rotor speeds are identical until ‘Place Your Bets’, at which point RRS begins to exert its contactless influence and imperceptibly slow down the rotors. The magnitude of the effect is randomised so no two games are the same.

In the example here, when the results are called, the rotors have deviated by 19 and 25 pockets – well over half a revolution.



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