Well it is not easy to use the Law of the Third to our advantage.
The best research I have done shows the optimal advantage at 11 stations (or less) when they are all over 36 spins old and will cost 2200 dollars at penny stakes to lock (grail) on progression; no matter the number of stations, you can just run the 11 station progression = PROFIT.
Apart from that, I don't think its possible to use equal distribution to give us a calculable advantage as you are trying to do with the Law of the Third.
Don't get me wrong, when I put your system into the comp, I expected and wanted it to work.
Unfortunately the wheel can and will go 37 spins without a repeater (the max loss without repeaters is 37) and there is no way to tell which numbers will repeat, show up normally (once within 37 spins) or sleep. We can only work on what we know which is the numbers that are currently sleeping (as I have stated above).
One thing I can do is run a full loss distribution on repeaters to find out where the 95% marker is but it definitely didn't show up at 9 spins.
18 numbers = 48%
25 numbers seems to be able to approach 70% but it is a rare occurrence to even find 25 numbers.
So practically speaking, there is no way to obtain a 95% advantage using repeaters because the incline is too steep (too many numbers required & too rare of an event with too many successive hoops to jump through).
Trying to gain an advantage using repeaters feels like we are fighting the odds instead of going with them.
Another way to put this is, you are trying to get a hit with a single spin on 9 stations (i.e. on spin #10) but it is only considered one spin statistically because the 9 stations have only been in existence for 0 spins. You could look at it from the perspective of 1 station that has had 9 spins against it but that would be even worse odds (approximately 0.02139772141127029) or 8 stations with 2 spins (around 22%) but your best odds are the 9 stations at one spin (around 24%).
I am not a statistician and so its hard for me to grasp these things.... : (
are you indulging in a fun scenario ?
Well actually, I thought Mike was being unfair to you and I thought I would show that you actually had an advantage because it sounded more than reasonable to me. : (