It manages 1.515653E+07 wins to 16M losses with a max consecutive loss streak of 24 which is a slight edge but basically no different than playing an EC normally. Yes, its harder for the wheel to beat the pattern but not very much harder to the point that you really can't tell the difference.
I mean its not like your 24 step progression is going to slam a win because it didn't go to 25.
You know maybe if I do a loss distribution and compare it to regular EC betting, it would be more informative because the only way to play it is "hit and run trigger" anyway? In other words the percentage chances of winning on each successive loss step all the way out to 24.
I think probably a better strategy would be to clock the last 6 spins and then bet that it won't repeat? Dobble & Blue track the last 10...