Thank you very much for your kind message.
This is a very interesting issue you raise. How to transform the Kav bet for the American wheel. This is a very good mental exercise! Thanks for bringing that up. Can you please explain the parameters you tried to mimic with your approach?
If we look at both wheels with single zero on the top, you will notice that in the original bet selection
, more numbers belong to the lower part of the wheel than the upper part. If we want to keep this feature, maybe the 10-13 split is better suited than the 32-33 split.
On the other hand I understand that you wanted to keep the bet selection to spread over all 3 dozens and since the 3rd dozen includes few betting numbers you wanted to include more 3rd dozen numbers.
Another consideration that I understand you cared about is to keep the split numbers same as possible.
Overall I would say I have the impression there may be a better way to transform the bet, but I'm not ready to tell you exactly how.
So, this is what one should try to do in order to convert the bet for the American wheel
- Keep the numbers as same as possible.
- Mimic the spread on the wheel as same as possible.
- Keep the distribution of numbers over all dozens, columns, colors, high-Low, Odd-Even as possible.
- Cover at least one Zero
The point of this chaotic bet is that although the bet selection is not evenly distributed over the wheel or dozens, columns, colors, high-Low, Odd-Even, at the same time it is not very unbalanced.
I welcome anyone to try to convert the Kav bet to the American roulette wheel. Here are the wheels, though not aligned correctly, for your convenience. But one is free to align the American wheel any way he wants, as long as the other parameters are met.