Use any betselection, on a perfect wheel it does not matter. The progression has to be balanced. Martingale is too step, the losses in a row do not need to e many.

The D'Alembert is very sensitive for unbalanced EC outcomes, and the bets may be low, and instead be many and never recoup a downdraw.

I do not think only a negative progression is the best, rather both negative and positive, and a wheel with good payout.

We can try 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.... as negative, and parlay a win if we are down.

An Example we have 15 spins

and it is 6 win and 9 loss

the turnover is 54 and 4 plus.

All bets on low.