|Posted: June 24, 2005, 10:53 am - IP Logged|
Call for ‘line-reading’ experts to evaluate my lines.
Dear ‘line-reading’ experts,
I was hoping you could possibly look at a 400 lines extract from a wheel I produced a while ago, and apply a critical eye over my combinations. Below I have posted a 400 line extract from a 54,000 wheel, produced by standard filtering and immature prediction strategy for the UK 6/49.
Additional information about extract/54,000 wheel you may need, so you can ignore when examining the 400 lines.
1) Bankers: The 400 line extract may seem like it is using bankers but this is not the case.
2) Positional limits: Too convoluted & wish-washy to explain now, but I have not applied any positional limits and will not be using this particular filtering criteria for the foreseeable future. PLEASE IGNORE ODDITIES.
3) Optimizing/Abbreviating/Guarantees: The 54,000 wheel has not been optimized. I have absolutely no interest in optimizing the wheel for smaller (3/4/5) prizes.
4) Gaps distribution patterns: I have filtered for gaps, but I haven’t screened for oddities/extremes in gap distribution patterns. (I haven’t yet read that part of the text book!)
5) LD distribution patterns: I have filtered for LD, but I haven’t screened for oddities/extremes in LD distribution patterns. (Another chapter of the text book still to read!)
6) Validity: The combinations/lines of my generated wheel change for every draw because of the nature of the date dependant (dynamic) filters and predictive systems. Since the 400 line extract is from an older wheel, interpretations of the relationship of individual numbers to recent history are not valid. I not sure if that sounded like gobbledygook, so I will give a simple example: A line may contain 2/3/4… repeats from the last UK draw DrID 995 22/06/4005, you can ignore things like this because this wheel is not valid for Sat 25th June draw.
All input highly appreciated. The more evaluations/opinions the better, and will help me learn quicker (and win that jackpot quicker!!!) TIA.