|Posted: January 31, 2006, 2:05 am - IP Logged|
Somebody had said that mirror sums are sums that are exactly on the opposite side of the sums chart, such as 0 being the opposite of 27 and 1 of 26 and so on and so forth, but mirrors only for filtering, so if you filter out one sums then you should also filter out the opposite or mirror sum, I didn't make this "Rule" myself, so I don't know if it works O.K. or not, but I think that it might be non-sense and can't be tested and or proven, the same could be said of any sums about any others.
As to sums that follow other sums ? I don't know anything about that.
Sums' statistics should tell about sums' followers, if there is any such thing at all.
But on the other hand, statistics should show that some sums do come out more often than others, at the very least, during a given set number of past draws.