Nice Dane! I see you right there with the remaining spins left in the session awaiting your 12 distribution on both sides!

Will like to see what playing off the wheel produces.

If all you have are numbers, the wheel makes no difference. The wheel simply provides "more felt" for statistical analysis. Maybe there could be a method where the wheel analysis (e.g. 11 sectors for DS) and the felt analysis (e.g. 11 sectors for DS) could be analyzed for "dual corroboration"?

With only numbers in the analysis, we can make "our own wheels" to be any sequential arrangement that we wish. If we try to mold "our wheel" to the output (i.e. creating always the "best" sector), we will encounter the REC and receive much worse statistical performance; so the key is to work with pre-established/static "wheels".

Maybe one way of doing this is to create the "wheel" from the last 37 spins, where the top of the wheel is the first spin and the "pocket" left next to it is the 37th unique spin. I am not saying this would work and it would seem that it would create a "wheel" where the top left sector would be numbers that have hit less than expectation.

What this comes down to is creating a sequence ordering of the numbers that is DIFFERENT than the felt. The question is, how can this be used to improve results?

Probably the best "wheel" would be a "felted wheel" where the number ordering was specifically arranged to correspond to the felt in a specific way that would allow for the "greatest" "statistical corroboration".