|Posted: February 16, 2006, 1:47 pm - IP Logged|
This chart looks interesting, but how do you read it, if you don't mind my asking?
No problem, crash. My communication skills leave a whole lot to be desired, but I'll try. If anyone else would like to give it a better shot, please.......jump right on in.
I'm tracking each of the ten digits by Position 1, Position 2 and Position 3. Slot 0 contains the digits from the previous draw. Slot 9 contains the longest out digits in each of the three Positions.
Maybe walking through today's drawn number (733) will make what I'm charting more clear:
- There had been 5 (as noted in the purple "skips" row) skips since the digit 7 last fell in Position 1 (as 798).
- There had been 25 (as noted in the blue "skips" row) skips since the digit 3 last fell in Position 2 (as 339) The digit 3 was the next-to-longest out in Position 2.
- There had been 37 (as noted in the gold "skips" row) skips since the digit 3 last fell in Position 3 (as 773) The digit 3 was the next-to-longest out in Positon 3.
Most of the time GA's next drawn number will include at least one digit from the slots 7, 8 and/or 9 (those slots show you the three longest out digits within each position).
Using that filter alone will still leave you with a LOT of straight possibles, but those straights are the most-likely-to-hit, percentage wise.
crash, hope this explanation has helped you or any others that were confused in any way.
These charts certainly provide no genie-in-the-bottle when it comes to picking numbers, but I was thinking someone might benefit from having this information (especially those who like to follow GA's pick3 games as one continuous, combined, draw).