Col +90 total +648
Wheel -18 +1387
Table +162 +976
Finales -18 +2260
Street +81 +996
Interesting that a very successful WF score paralleled a fairly poor overall PB score ( at least in testing 'theory' - live decisions would differ as experience teaches how to adjust and adapt).
A further Set could be developed for Wheel which would scatter letter allocation by moving A_B_C_D around the wheel such as 0 -A / 32 -B / 15 -C / and 19 -D etc with (again 1 as the non entity).
Will also consider bringing MB 16 into comparative analysis recalling of course MB 16 has no proven winning edge, nor has WF, while the PB clearly has a very significant edge brought about by drilling down via Cluster Analysis theory which highlights the 'natural way' groups of 18 numbers ( and amongst them a core of say 9) tend to enjoy hanging together in short duration cycles averaging 5-6 spins, but which can extend beyond 10 spins. The trigger for a breakdown of a short term cluster enables the appearance of the relative short cycle sleeper. Trouble occurs if the sleeper stays asleep (10% of the time)and that is where the Recovery Play is triggered. Even that fails sometimes (10% of recoveries) , but in such blockages repeat numbers flourish and WF can be strong. Also in such circumstances, counter-intuitive experience based play can switch on - this is discernment and harder to measure in flat staking analysis on short durations (100 spins). The principles or human metaphor for Cluster Analysis is families like to spend time together. The Sets are close families that can also relate well to other more distant families for short duration relationships.
But why make life hard for yourself? As I say repeatedly, in real live play, select your wheel carefully and with high value units and good timing, strike effectively and if say 3 consecutive wins / coups are achieved, cash up and happily leave, gifting your winnings.