|Posted: June 10, 2005, 2:45 pm - IP Logged|
Vtracs are very intersting.
Some also use versabet34 to track 3 digits by converting the regular draws to vtrac and looking for due pairs and due combinations. I think there is a post on a member who used versbet34 and vtrac.
Emily is correct about the amount of combinations to play.
I think the key thing to look at with vtrac is the following:
1. Always include 1 of the previous drawn vtrac numbers
2. Always include the most frequent vtrac number (a vtrac digit that has been drawn the most in the past 15 drawings)
3. Always include a Due vtrac (a number that has been out for 3 or more days). If it is out more than 4 days consider using this vtrac digit as a "Double" in the next couple drawings.
4. Limit the vtrac sum of all 3 numbers to sums 8 - 9 - 10
5. Play "Double Vtracs" after a "Double Vtrac" drawing.
Play a "No-match" or "Non -double" after a "No-match" or "Non-Double" Vtrac drawing.
Limit this play to 2 additional drawings since Double Vtarc and No-Match vtrac combinations are drawn
about 50% of the time.
There are many other eliminating conditions when using vtracs such as odd/even, high/low, pairs etc.
Hope others that are well versed using vtrac will share their ideas.