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Zero and One digit winners ..as normal

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Posted: December 18, 2004, 10:45 am - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by WIN D on December 18, 2004



Hey CD.....check this out. If you only play the day after a double hits.... that was 18 times right? Well.....using the 0 and 1's group only after the doubles hit there were 12 hits ..... out of the 18 doubles.... only 6 loses.

 so...... 18 x 16.00 = cost $288.00 

                12 box  wins  = 450.00 

                             profit ..$162.00 

 If we play straight only.... cost $288.00 hit 3 staights at $225.00 each so ...

              225x3 =$675.00  ... $387.00 PROFIT ...yes!





I don't have the dates listed so figuring out which ones would be the next day will take some time and I need to go to bed!  But there are 26 doubles in the above chart.  I guess some of them are on the same day.

Try your method going forward.  Using past results to develop a method and then checking it against past results is not a very good thing to do!!!  I give people the example of someone going to the horse racing track for the first time.  He doesn't bet at first but watches the results carefully.  He noticed that the Number 1 horse came in first in the first 3 races!!  So, he bets Number 1 to win in the rest of the 6 races and loses every one!  His "method" was based on past history and was verified using past history!!  Only, it didn't work going forward!

It is past my bed time.  Bye for now.


 

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    Posted: December 18, 2004, 11:01 am - IP Logged

    Win D,

    So what you are saying is to play today off of yours and CD's lists right.

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      Posted: December 18, 2004, 11:03 am - IP Logged

                0-1-8-9 

       

      Of these, there are only 216 numbers that DO NOT contain at least one of these Trough Digits. That computes to a lowly 21.6% probability. Which means that there is an overall 78.4% probability that the next winning number will contain at least one of these. Even common sense can see which probability is better      SEDERTREE

      YOU have backing to what you're setting forth.

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        Posted: December 18, 2004, 11:19 am - IP Logged

        WIN D, Thanks Again you're a genius.....

        "I am what I am by the grace of God."

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          Posted: December 20, 2004, 1:03 pm - IP Logged

          Thanks Blackapple,



          What we have here (with Trough Digits) is a paradox that can be exploited. Win D's results are to be expected with the Spike/Trough Distribution Theory.



          The 0 and 1 are bell curve extremeophiles without the 8 and 9 being included. However just like the 0-1-8-9 Trough Digit Group. You would expect the 0 and 1 NOT to hit often since they are on opposite ends of the bell curve. Now get this.....



          There is a 51.2% probability that the next winning number will not contain a 0 or a 1. Which means that there is a 48.8% probability that the next winning number will contain either 0 or 1 or the 01 pair. Pretty close to a 50/50 shot. BTW there are 384 straight numbers that contain a 0 or a 1. That means a $116 profit about half of the time.



          Thanks for pointing this out Win D and Blackapple.



          Shoot, just realized I didn't include 0-1 pairs with the 384 straight numbers. Oh well, you get my point.