results = not good...
total straight wins by playing $1 straight per game in PA eve = 13 ($6,500)
total COST to play 1 $1 bet per night from 3/1/97 to 12/19/2005 = $9,874
net LOSS = -$3,374
longest gap between hits was several years (1/1994 to 7/2000)
the hit ratio was low... now I didn't expand to count the v-trac strings, but the associated cost gets multiplied by 8, therefore no advantage...
based on my criteria, this first v-trac mirror test failed... now this was one number for one state... your results may vary, I just report what I find. Since I hold no credence in travelling numbers, I will be doing no further testing on v-tracs.
1. cost more than was won
2. cyclic hit rate way too low (big gaps of several years)
since I test straight-shooter systems only, box hits might have helped, but would also have doubled the cost.
oh well, on to the next task at hand...