First glance at the superimposition of the graph and the guess...
of the 5 white balls, 3 were in the proper direction and 2 were in the neutral direction (picked the last number). THe powerball was only 2 off.
As for announcer ranges... 2 were too low and all the rest (including PB) were in. I am scratching at the surface of something here, the announcer data is tring to tell me something, I just can't interpret it close enough... segments of the graph make peaks and valleys, because my chart is sideways, a "bigger picture" shows semi and sometimes dead-on symmetrical "M" and "W" shapes.
Gross vector analysis is usually a great indicator of "Higher" "Lower" or "Repeat" of last number crawn by position ( I DID miss out on the three-peat 47 in position 5.... my pick was 45) but the degree of magnitude escapes me... patterns are not bound by any laws to emerge symmetrical, it's ALMOST there, but nothing concrete and repeatable. Based on the proximity of picks vs. hits, I am satisfied that my system is currently the best I can do (others undoubtedly do better, but I'm in no competition) given my experience and skills.
on draws such as this, I often think I have the right data already in front of me, I just lack the skill to give it the final gloss it needs to make some waves...
regardless, I move forward... my one line for tuesday's match 6 was calculated friday an hour after the draw, and I took a day away from the numbers Sunday, recalculated the PB pick for wednesday a few minutes ago. it may be a few weeks of data recording until I can recognize whatever (if any) correlation exists between the pick and the graph... something is definitely there, I just can't properly define it yet.
I am definitely enjoying playing only $8 a week to be in 4 drawings... so in that sense, the system DID meet my main goal.