|Posted: March 24, 2006, 6:04 pm - IP Logged|
I was wondering if I can get some info on this.
One theory of mine is that I could win more often if I knew the rotation of tubes ahead of time. Then I could adjust the numbers based on the new rotation. So if 123 came out last night and the 1 was tube A and the 2 was tube B and the 3 was the C, so last night's positions were ABC. Tonight they change the rotation to CAB, then I would adjust my prime-line system form steve player so that the numbers to input in the graph would 321or CAB. Much better forecasting. Even the officials admit to rotating the tubes to avoid any patterns from forming.
Now, with computerized drawings, wouldn't that annoyance be eliminated? I don't think they incorporate the rotations into the programming. It just starts with a seed, time or date. Right?
Any info might help. Please explain in layman's terms.
P.S. Afterall I did win $587.00 in california, a computerized state, with an over due number in positions of 026. All three numbers 0,2,6 were overdue atleast 15 days. Thanx to the steve player's graphs.