For my testing I'm going to choose sectors of the wheel for each of my random group of 6 numbers. First so that it's randomized for location and second because it will provide groups of 6 that are close to equal in their makeup of red/black, high/low, odd/even.

Using that premade list of 6x groups of 6x numbers each, I went through roughly 50 triggers quickly from actual 00 wheel spins and 90% of them wound up winning within 12 subsequent spins.

Average winning spin would have been 5.5. There weren't any back to back losses in that mock session.

So how I'm going to test this will be with an aggressive progression, something like: **1-1-1/2-2-2/3-3-4/5-6-7**.

If it's a win, reset at 1-1-1 and continue with a new group of 6, average win would net around +30u.

If it's a loss, reset also, new group of 6 numbers, but at 2x the base unit values, so: **2-2-2/4-4-4/6-6-8/10-12-14**.

I won't go past that level, if it loses again then I'll just stay at that second progression (2-2-2/4-4-4/etc) and try to climb out of the hole.

We'll see how it goes, but it looks good so far. Surprised at that high win rate, would be nice if it holds anywhere near that.