could u explain your chart? when is that for?
Yes, of course. I tend to forget there is a constant influx of new members here that may not understand what I am doing.
Generally on late Sunday nights or early Monday mornings I do a chart if time allows. The charts will be good for a whole week.
Since GA eve hit this evening I will do a new chart so I can show you an example of what I am doing.
The green chart (or left chart) represents the singles or non-double combos that I feel have the best chance to hit this week and the blue chart (or right chart) represents the doubles.
The first thing to do is to determine if you think a single or double is more likely to come for the drawing you are wanting to play.
Once you have made that decision, that immediately eliminates 10 combos from consideration. From this point, you can either choose what looks good to you or look up other player's posts and see if any of our combos match for the state you are playing. That may be a sign to play a combo if it makes a couple of different lists from possibly two (or more) completely different methods.
Last, but not least, I separate my charts into individual drawings, meaning I base the midday drawings strictly on midday data only and the same with the evening game, hence the charts either having GA MID or GA EVE on top of them.
I hope this has cleared up any questions you have, if not, you can PM me or ask them here in this thread if you prefer.
It is your call.
Many winners to you.
Explanation of Charts
Published: June 19, 2009, 3:49 am