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Gap analysis more than skips, cold & hot

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Posted: June 12, 2005, 10:02 pm - IP Logged

Gap analysis is a lot more than just skips and cold and hot, but also upper, median and lower averages and limits and maybe can be used on anything numerical and maybe in a modified way to non numerical patterns (?).

I am giving more thought to gap analysis, it seems like a whole new prediction area, it seems as if BowlDog does really has something there, even if he really appears to know so little about pick 3 filters, but I think that even he does not see all the new prediction posibilities on gap analysis as he calls it and I am not talking just about pick 3 , but about it's use for all the lottery games.

I am going to try to study that technique some more and see how far I can take it, but a little at a time.

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    Perhaps it would help all if you defined what kind of gaps your looking at.

    For example, take the last CA Fantasy 5 draw (2,10,15,16,21)

    Would your gaps be?

    10-2=8

    15-10=5

    16-15=1

    21-16=5

    or are they?

    1 thru 9=1 hit

    10-19=3 hits

    20 thru 29=1 hit

    30 thru 39=0 hits and is a gap

    Or are you measuring the differences between something else?

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      Posted: June 13, 2005, 3:42 am - IP Logged

      I agree. Random is not random since they have to follow the rule of even distribution. Gap analysis will pick out chances when distribution is off balance.

      But, on the other hand, numbers are just symbols; they are exchangable. That makes gap analysis challanging. :)

      Unfortunately, achievement from this work can only challange the basic principle of randomness; it would not help lottery winning by much since picking out turbulence in distribution balance wouldn't even increase chance by two fold.

       

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        Posted: June 13, 2005, 10:53 pm - IP Logged

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        I guess that I was talking about all of that and much more than that also.

        About all kinds of numerical gap analysis, not about just 1, 2 or 3 kinds, but about ALL POSSIBLE kinds. And not just for Jackpot games, but also for pick 3 and pick 4.

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          Posted: June 14, 2005, 12:03 am - IP Logged

          JKING  also, don't forget in your example of gaps: 8, 5, 1, 5, and 1 hit,3 hit, 1 hit, 0 hit. There is a pattern here; where I play the evens go with evans & the odds with the odds. So, it would have been something like 8-5      And  1-3                                                                                                                             

                6-5              1-1 or 1-5  This often pays off for me.