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East of Atlanta
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August 11, 2004
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Posted: April 8, 2005, 3:08 pm - IP Logged

Just an odd and unusuall observation and it may mean absolutely nothing in the world...But....I noticed while reviewing the MM numbers, an odd pattern came to light. It seems that the following 5 numbers seem to be occuring in the exact same percentage pattern over a comparision of 2 different time counts. One count is for all games ever played (823 total) and one count for the past 104 games (2 years). These numbers are as follows:

No. -  ALL -  %    - 104  -  %    - 26 -  %
13  -  79  -  1.9%  -  10  -  1.9%  -  2  -  1.5%
15  -  77  -  1.9%  -  10  -  1.9%  -  4  -  3.1%
27  -  80  -  1.9%  -  10  -  1.9%  -  3  -  2.3%
35  -  86  -  2.1%  -  11  -  2.1%  -  4  -  3.1%
42  -  88  -  2.1%  -  11  -  2.1%  -  3  -  2.3%

No.<==Number
All<==How many times occurred for all games
104<==How many times occurred for 104 games
 26<==How many times occurred for 26 games
 % <==Percentage of hits compared to total hits.

As for the Mega Ball...no real discernable pattern...best of luck to you there.

I offer these 5 numbers for your review because I find it ruther unusuall that only 5 numbers show common percentage average of hits for the total number of games (823 and 104). These were also the ONLY 5 numbers that had identical percentages. Now keep in mind, my percentage scoring only went out 1 decimal (is close enough for me). Also, they range the gamut of 2 Hot, 2 Average and 1 Cold listing, an ideal match, I think.

This may be coincidence or fall under the category of stuff happens. Use it if you please, ignore it if you will. Heck, even commentary is welcomed cause everybody knows opinions are like noses, most everybody has one and they all smell.

Sir Metro

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