|Posted: February 19, 2005, 5:43 pm - IP Logged|
Quote: Originally posted by Texasman on February 18, 2005
Numbers from the 701 and 706 figure into tonight's results. 9 or 4 or 2 likely to repeat.
I hope this helped someone last night. I'm still sorting things out to find the best way to use this. Several back tests have revealed to me that when you get your product like 701 that I got, keep one of the numbers the same but go up one or down one with the other two. Example: 701 - 691(winner boxed, 1 down, 1 down, same) - 602, 601, 792, 791, 712, 801, 802 etc. - always keeping at least one of the original numbers from your product, but going up and down one by one digit on the others. Starting point is to take Thursday night's number which was 942 and multiply by 75 percent and 74.5 percent getting 706 and 701. For some reason the correct number to work with flucuates from the 75 percent number to the 74.5 percent number. I haven't done a lengthy study to see how consistent that alternation is.
After 704 came on Wednesday, my products from 704 were 528 and 524. Take 528 and do the one-up, one-down thing keeping at least one digit the same . 528= 4(1 down), 2(same), 9(1 up). 942 was drawn Thursday night.