These statistics are calculated based on the long term results. It means that the numbers they show do not come from a single game but from all of the previously played games (unless the filters are used). The long term statistics Dozens + Columns makes the calculation in the same manner as the tables in the statistics of a single game but it uses all the results from all the games.

**The tables show how many times the successive dozens/columns fell in all the games.**

For example, the dozen 2 fell nine times in a row in one case, the dozen 1 fell five times in a row in three cases, the dozen 2 fell five times in a row in one case and so did dozen 3. The column B fell five times in a row in three cases of all the games and column C fell five times in a row in two cases. The number of all spins and number of all games are here. The long term statistics Red/Black makes the calculation in the same manner as the table in the statistics of a single game but it uses all the results from all the games. The table shows how many times the color Red/Black fell in a row in all the games. For example, a red number fell seven times in a row in two cases, a black number fell five times in a row in one case and a red number fell five times in a row in five cases.

**The number of all spins and number of all games are here.** The long term statistics Even/ Odd makes the calculation in the same manner as the table in the statistics of a single game but it uses all the results from all the games. The table shows how many times Even/Odd fell in a row in all the games.

For example, even fell seven times in a row in one case, then even fell four times in a row in four cases and odd fell four times in a row in eight cases. The number of all spins and number of all games are here. The long term statistics Low/High makes the calculation in the same manner as the table in the statistics of a single game but it uses all the results from all the Canadian casino games.

**The table shows how many times Low/High fell in a row in all the games.** For example, high fell ten times in a row in one case, then low fell seven times in a row in three cases and high fell seven times in a row in two cases. The number of all spins and number of all games are here. The long term statistics Numbers makes the calculation in the same manner as the table in the statistics of a single game but it uses all the results from all the games.

The statistics shows which numbers followed the fallen numbers in all of the games. For example, we can see that the number 36 followed the number 2 three times, the number 18 followed the number 2 two times, while the number 32 followed it once. Moreover, the number 12 followed the number 31 two times, while the number 14 followed it once.

**The number of all spins and number of all games are here.** The long term statistics Circles makes the calculation in the same manner as the table in the statistics of a single game but it uses all the results from all the games. The Statistics show which numbers fell in all the games as well as their quantity and the quantity of the parts of the roulette wheel. For example, we can see that in all the games the number 0 fell 45 times, the number 8 fell 44 times, the number 14 fell 32 times, the number 27 fell 32 times, the number 5 fell 29 times,…

**The total amount of the numbers fallen into specific sections of the roulette wheel is available.** The number of all spins and number of all games are here. Several filters can be found at the top of the statistics.

These filters can help to look up certain game or show a list of the games which are of particular interest to the user. The filters are: date (from), date (to), croupier, table, casino, sorting by the newest/oldest games and sorting by the roulette type, i.e. French/American.