|Posted: November 29, 2005, 9:44 am - IP Logged|
I don't know if this could ever be a part of this but it's something that was needed in a few instances of tracking.
Tracking boxes for unhit 6 way numbers ....you may get back the results thinking it is no longer in play as un hit. Just because it hit as a box.... wrong ... it hit as only one of the six ways... only one. Leaving the other 5 ways open for play consideration.
How could we tell which ones have or have not hit.. ?
Imagine for a minute... a single vertical column of numbers and then to the right in the shadows...... 5 more columns of the same numbers...only now they are in one of the six different forms. Each Column is numbered.. Column 1. Ascending..2 decending..3. mixed other 4. another other 5. etc 6. etc. Using small numbers to the right of each number form. Identify the type of order hit. For example..
You go into the new states data history and see the last hits using the RED order order numbers were.... 1,1,1,3,3,3,2,4,1,1,1,4, you would know the last number order column each came from. Tracking,,, one could or would be looking for a HIGH ... Even ....order number next. Say, .... a 6...or a 4 or maybe a 5....
123 1 231 2 1323 213 4 3215 3126
As far as the 1000 numbers and repeats goes. The 2.7 years just means that at least every single number of the 1000 chart had at least one chance at a hit. Thats why one says that each of the 120 no match hits on average of 2 times a year or 365. Thats why. Using those numbers 123's etc. up there....
The first year they might hit as 123 1 and 213 6 leaving straights 321,231,312,and 132 open for hits in the 2nd and third year. We would always use the same consistent RED position order numbers.
What kind of 123 hit....... one of six kinds right? Either a 123...1,2,3,4,5 or 6
Same for doubles ofcourse.... 2881 8822 828 3
Just a thought....
The only real failure .....is the failure to try.
Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.
Odds never change .....but probability does.