|Posted: July 26, 2010, 2:14 am - IP Logged|
has anyone won using this method?
The TTT produces 8 combinations of boxed sets. There are 220 combinations that can make any set from 000 to 999. This will show a set to play 8/220 or 3.6 % of the time or more . It is entertaining at the least. If you consider the 48 combinations that can be made from this Work-out, then 48/220 or 21.8 % (or more) of the time a solution will show.
Those may not be accurate stats because what is required in many of the sets to win are repeating digits from the last draw. This may work good when frequent repeating digits do appear, one draw to the next (over 70% of the time repeats happen, including doubles). So, this workout is good when one or more repeating digits are expected, but does not guarantee the digits of the next draw will come from the workout.
In short, it works and does not work. Welcome to Ockham’s razor.