It is as I see not possible to place a bet or
a number of bets which will sure a win.
Every time such a proposal come up, it is
a hidden misstake in the math.
It is not true either all lose 2.7% of
the bets, or we all break even on a fair wheel.
I did some time ago an experimental run
which include a thought of getting an edge
on a fair wheel. I were aware it is not true
but I have no problem when I told people
about it to get them be live it should work.
I run it in real play for 1000 spins and
ended up in a decent win. It was then easy to fool
it was the "system" which by itself made the win.
I put one small chip on all numbers but 35.
Then 12 on high dozen. I explained if the
zero fall we gain 1 (one from the straight up)
we get the dozen bet back.
If the 3rd dozen fall, we gain 25 and
if an other doz fall we lose just 11.
And if 35 fall we lose 12.
Most were thinking we lose under expection which
should be 12 on a miss, and a win bet paid 25 not 24. On a dozen hit and zero gave a plus.
compared to play 12 on high dozen.
Yes it sound as we lose less and win more. Or?
It is not useless, most of the time it
shows profit at a stage.