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Vtracs in VersaBet

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Posted: April 24, 2005, 10:48 pm - IP Logged

Thank you very much.

I think that Versabet is good software.

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"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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    Posted: April 25, 2005, 6:55 am - IP Logged

    Bryan,

     Thank you very much for the quick response with the PM.

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      Posted: April 25, 2005, 8:01 pm - IP Logged

      Say Bryan,

      In your example you mention that the Vtrac sum 10 was overdue.

      My question is: How long must a Vtrac sum be out before it is considered due?

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        Posted: April 25, 2005, 11:02 pm - IP Logged

        Hey Badger,

        Basically, I look for one that is closest to the "most out". I change the "Sums Sort Options" to "Hits-Descending Order". After changing your screen look at the top 5 sums. I never use anything below the top 5 sums. The one with the highest "Current Skips" closest to the "Most Out" gets my attention. I forgot to mention, I use 365 drawings unless something changes in the game, like computerized drawings. Didn't WI just change to computerized drawings? I wouldn't use any info before the first of those drawings. Occasionally, the skip rate can help as well. Ex. if you get a skip percentage that is high in the middle of the chart I would watch that. Say sum 15 (was in the top 5) hit 20 % of the time in between "skips 12-15" that is something I would pay attention too.

        I hope this helps you out some.

        Best of Luck,

        Bryan  :)

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          Posted: April 26, 2005, 6:43 am - IP Logged
          Quote: Originally posted by Bryan on April 25, 2005



          Hey Badger,

          Basically, I look for one that is closest to the "most out". I change the "Sums Sort Options" to "Hits-Descending Order". After changing your screen look at the top 5 sums. I never use anything below the top 5 sums. The one with the highest "Current Skips" closest to the "Most Out" gets my attention. I forgot to mention, I use 365 drawings unless something changes in the game, like computerized drawings. Didn't WI just change to computerized drawings? I wouldn't use any info before the first of those drawings. Occasionally, the skip rate can help as well. Ex. if you get a skip percentage that is high in the middle of the chart I would watch that. Say sum 15 (was in the top 5) hit 20 % of the time in between "skips 12-15" that is something I would pay attention too.

          I hope this helps you out some.

          Best of Luck,

          Bryan  :)




          Thanks for the response, Bryan.  I was wondering about one other thing. - What would you do if the VTRAC sum most-out (or closest) is, let's say, 9 and the non-VTRAC sum is that is really out a long time is a "2" (like 2-12-22...if all three of them are significantly out). Since none of the VTRAC "9" sums have a combo in them that sums up to any of the "2"'s, do you throw a dart or just go somewhere else? LOL ! (you must have run into this at some time I would think) Thanks....

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          How can you tell if a politician is lying?

          Answer: His lips are moving.

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            Posted: April 26, 2005, 7:30 pm - IP Logged
            Quote: Originally posted by Badger on April 26, 2005



            Quote: Originally posted by Bryan on April 25, 2005



            Hey Badger,

            Basically, I look for one that is closest to the "most out". I change the "Sums Sort Options" to "Hits-Descending Order". After changing your screen look at the top 5 sums. I never use anything below the top 5 sums. The one with the highest "Current Skips" closest to the "Most Out" gets my attention. I forgot to mention, I use 365 drawings unless something changes in the game, like computerized drawings. Didn't WI just change to computerized drawings? I wouldn't use any info before the first of those drawings. Occasionally, the skip rate can help as well. Ex. if you get a skip percentage that is high in the middle of the chart I would watch that. Say sum 15 (was in the top 5) hit 20 % of the time in between "skips 12-15" that is something I would pay attention too.

            I hope this helps you out some.

            Best of Luck,

            Bryan  :)




            Thanks for the response, Bryan.  I was wondering about one other thing. - What would you do if the VTRAC sum most-out (or closest) is, let's say, 9 and the non-VTRAC sum is that is really out a long time is a "2" (like 2-12-22...if all three of them are significantly out). Since none of the VTRAC "9" sums have a combo in them that sums up to any of the "2"'s, do you throw a dart or just go somewhere else? LOL ! (you must have run into this at some time I would think) Thanks....



                      That was the hardest one for me to learn......Don't play that day! LOL!

                      It only takes a drawing or two before you will spot something that looks right again.

                      Best of Luck,

                      Bryan  :)

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                        That was the hardest one for me to learn......Don't play that day! LOL!

                        It only takes a drawing or two before you will spot something that looks right again.

                        Best of Luck,

                        Bryan  :)




              Got it ! I kinda figured that might be the answer. LOL !  Thanks Bryan.

              ============

              How can you tell if a politician is lying?

              Answer: His lips are moving.