|Posted: April 6, 2005, 4:17 pm - IP Logged|
Perhaps one would expand upon your idea, but instead of looking for repeating pairs within the set, look for pairs that you believe are hot and/or due, allowing one to dramatically lower the number of games down from 48 to however many that match the pairs one think is hot.
For Example, since 86 was one of your hot pairs, this group would have provided 4 sets of numbers to work with (1 was a duplicate). Although 186 was not in the list, between the combinations, it got one closer with fewer numbers to deal with.
Just another hairbrained thought I had.