I've made a couple of minor changes to the article (added a column showing the results after 10,000 bets in the simulation), and also add a "Chebyshev calculator" at the end so you can play around with different values.
To be specific.
If I bet 2 dozens with one point on each and then, on a win, bet the resultant 3 points on ONE dozen
can you calculate the Long Run of that ?
The numbers are in the table-
1 dozen : 10, 821 bets
2 dozens : 2,783 bets
Since you're going to hit the "long run" on the 2 dozen bet first, it might have implications for your system.
@ Reyth, thanks for the explanation. Thankfully there are few "system bashers" around, at least, few with the zeal of Real. To be fair though, he does know a helluva lot about roulette and biased wheels. And he's really not a bad guy. He just knows what works for him and he sticks with it.
For me, the fact that Roulette can be approached by the physical route or the system route gives the game added spice and dimension, never mind the "my way or the highway" guys.