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# For PB 10/28

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Do not play a 30's group.  Do not play a 1/4 split.

There is also a tendency for a group that has just had 3 (or more) hit from one group, that in the following game NO numbers from that group will hit, or possibly only one number from that group will hit (40-49 - pick one - maybe).

I don't think a number from 1-9 will come in, but that's not a concrete statement.

I'm still surprised we have not had a 50's grouping hit in forever.

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1.
Comment by pmmoyd - October 27, 2006, 3:53 pm
Hello,
I am interested. What is a 1/4 split. Is that what came out on the 25th?
2.
Comment by guesser - October 27, 2006, 4:55 pm
Take the 55 numbers, split them at 27/28.

You will then have 27 numbers UNDER number 28 (1-27), and you will have 28 numbers OVER number 27 (28-55).

A 1/4 split is 1 number under 28, and 4 numbers over 27.

A 2/3 split is 2 numbers under 28, and 3 numbers over 27.

And you can figure out the rest.

If you want more statistics about splits, just let me know.

3.
Comment by guesser - October 27, 2006, 5:03 pm
PS - yes, a 1/4 hit on 10/25, and also on 10/21, it would be very rare to have three 1/4's in a row, but not totally unheard of.

Since 8/31/05 (yes, 2005) we have only had once where two 1/4's hit in a row, and once where three 1/4's hit in a row.

The breakdown is like this:

In all games since 8/31/05,

5/0 - 4
4/1 - 12
3/2 - 44
2/3 - 35
1/4 - 24
0/5 - 2

So you can see that by just playing a 3/2 or 2/3, your odds increase dramatically. Other will argue that odds don't matter, but the
above numbers do speak for themselves.

4.
Comment by guesser - October 29, 2006, 1:15 am
Well, I was halfway right: A 30's group didn't hit.
I know what you are thinking - 30-38 is a 30's group, but not the way I have been playing lately. I have broken them down as so:
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41-50
51-55.

Granted, I'm still playing it both ways, where some of my stats are not all converted to the 'new' way: some are still the OLD way,
which is 1-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-55. Problem is, when you play the old way, the numbers don't add up right - 1-9 is 9 numbers, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49 are 10 numbers each, 50-55 is 6 numbers.
The new way makes it more even - 10-10-10-10-10-5.

It was a 2/3 game, which is exactly what I expected. I got 2 of 5 numbers in 5 different games, I played 10 games total.

I said NO number, or possibly ONE number from the 40's hit, and one did - #41, and no number hit from 1-9.

Still no 50's group....

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