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Organize and Balance your Wheels

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WIN  D's avatar - q05Q0
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Posted: August 17, 2006, 7:56 am - IP Logged

Here is an example of another good indicator that's asleep most of the time and might come in handy as one more confirmation or excluder of certain numbers. Some indicators help you include choices and others may help exclude....... either way... they help. On the day you might need that extra little push in the right direction.......or......keep you from making a mistake.

 The good part of this one is that it's simple.....and easy to track and keep up with. It only needs you to write one number a day next to that days draw. That's it.

 Here it is.......its evenly balanced and it's easy to understand the math behind it cause we already know the rules that govern this sort of thing. No one indicator by itself alone....... is a good system 

 It's wheels .... the wheels that cover all the 720 six way numbers and there are only 10 of them......ah yes the magic 10......just like sums. If Sums are good.....these are too. They help make decisions about Sums and vice versa. Along with everything else. Together they form a System. The more you can track the better.......all indicators take turns in being important.

 How would you like to play blind today not knowing that your game just had 5 or 6 days in a row of 2 even and 1 odd.  You could ignore it and win ofcourse.....what are the odds?

 The way I have Organized or Arranged these wheels makes them easy to use. Most wheels are jumbled up and you can't get use to using or remembering them in a regular way. They are cut in half ......  50/50 ! 

 All 720 singles numbers are shrunk into one of these 10 wheels each day.

    1.      12345   6

    2.       12345  7

    3 .      12345  8

    4 .      12345  9

    5.       12345  0

 

     6.      67890 

     7.      67890  2

    8.       67890  3

     9.      67890  4

    10.    67890  5

  Note each day which one of these wheels hit each day beside the draws. Just like Sums if you see wheel 7 hit 3 days in a row.....I wouldn't play that one tomorrow. LOL If you see the last 5 or 6 were from the even number wheels....well you know. One more helper or pointer indicator......on those certain days.

 

 

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. 

                                                                                       Win d    

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    Posted: August 17, 2006, 8:09 am - IP Logged

    Chaz

    Are all of these 6 number wheels? I think I am a little confused.

    Is this almost like having 2 highs and 1 low, etc?

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      Posted: August 17, 2006, 8:30 am - IP Logged

      Chaz

      Are all of these 6 number wheels? I think I am a little confused.

      Is this almost like having 2 highs and 1 low, etc?

      Yes. ... Who can remember wheels structure? Only this is a simple way to keep up with each days result and follow where it came from.

        We say ... "Wow...where the devil did that number come from?" LOL  This might help to see. On those days.

        Even if you don't use this and write down the number of the wheel each day it is interesting and educational to study. Check it out.  One little digit change on the ENDS..... but the main body digits remain the same. So simple. Clean. 

        You don't have to print out each of the 20 numbers for each wheel if you don't want to. This  would be more of an after the fact tool telling you what just happened from where. The only time you would print out the 20 for next day ....is when it was just too obvious not to use it for the next draw.  

       

       

      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. 

                                                                                             Win d    

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        Posted: August 17, 2006, 8:54 am - IP Logged

        Please excuse the print out above for the 10 wheels.The numbers of the wheels were reversed. Here are the easy to remember wheels corrected.

         

             1.       67890 

             2.       67890  2

            3.       67890   3

             4.       67890   4

            5.       67890   5

           ........................................                         

            6.      12345   6         

            7.        12345  7

             8 .      12345  8

            9 .      12345  9

            10.       12345  0

         

         

        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. 

                                                                                               Win d    

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          Posted: August 17, 2006, 9:05 am - IP Logged

          So only 20 numbers per wheel? Very interesting....

          Will have to develop some skip patterns on this as well...thanx for the idea!

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            Posted: August 17, 2006, 9:34 am - IP Logged

            Please excuse the print out above for the 10 wheels.The numbers of the wheels were reversed. Here are the easy to remember wheels corrected.

             

                 1.       67890 

                 2.       67890  2

                3.       67890   3

                 4.       67890   4

                5.       67890   5

               ........................................                         

                6.      12345   6         

                7.        12345  7

                 8 .      12345  8

                9 .      12345  9

                10.       12345  0

            Nice wheel layout WIN D.

            Do you find in your tracking of these wheels if any of the 10 are more frequently drawn than the others.

            WHATT

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              Posted: August 17, 2006, 9:52 am - IP Logged

              Let's take this a step further...

              If you were to combine the 12345 wheels and the 67890 wheels, you would have 60 numbers for each. Now...on average, these suckers should hit at least once every single draw, correct?

              Let's look at Texas Evening as a guide:

              Wed, Aug 16, 20068-9-9<-----double (no play at this time)
              Tue, Aug 15, 20061-6-2<-----12345 wheel (no play at this time)
              Mon, Aug 14, 20069-9-8<-----double (no play at this time)
              Sat, Aug 12, 20061-9-0<-----67890 wheel WIN +$90 (no play at this time)
              Fri, Aug 11, 20065-0-1<-----12345 wheel (now play 67890 wheel)
              Thu, Aug 10, 20060-9-9<-----double (no play at this time)
              Wed, Aug 9, 20063-1-6<-----12345 wheel WIN +$90 based on the progression, wipes out all losses (no play at this time)
              Tue, Aug 8, 20069-5-5<-----double (loss of $900 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Mon, Aug 7, 20062-7-2<-----double (loss of $540 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Sat, Aug 5, 20069-3-3<-----double (loss of $300 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Fri, Aug 4, 20063-0-6<-----67890 wheel (loss of $180 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Thu, Aug 3, 20065-8-9<-----67890 wheel (loss of $120 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Wed, Aug 2, 20069-9-4<-----double (loss of $60, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Tue, Aug 1, 20063-7-7<-----double (loss of $60, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Mon, Jul 31, 20064-0-8<-----67890 wheel (now play 12345 wheel)
              Sat, Jul 29, 20062-6-7<-----67890 wheel WIN +$90 (no play at this time)
              Fri, Jul 28, 20067-1-5<-----12345 wheel (now play 67890 wheel)
              Thu, Jul 27, 20064-6-5<-----12345 wheel WIN +$30 based on the progression, wipes out all losses (no play at this time)
              Wed, Jul 26, 20069-2-0<-----67890 wheel (loss of $180 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Tue, Jul 25, 20065-6-6<-----double (loss of $120 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Mon, Jul 24, 20060-4-8<-----67890 wheel (loss of $60, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Sat, Jul 22, 20060-6-0<-----double (loss of $60, continue with 12345 wheel)
              Fri, Jul 21, 20069-1-0<-----67890 wheel (now play 12345 wheel)
              Thu, Jul 20, 20061-7-6<-----67890 wheel WIN - +$90 (no play at this time)
              Wed, Jul 19, 20063-4-7<-----12345 wheel (now play 67890 wheel)
              Tue, Jul 18, 20067-7-9<----- double (no play)
              Mon, Jul 17, 20064-6-1<-----12345 wheel (no play)
              Sat, Jul 15, 20062-6-7<-----67890 wheel WIN - +$90 (no play at this time)
              Fri, Jul 14, 20063-5-1<-----12345 wheel (now play 67890 wheel)
              Thu, Jul 13, 2006

              3-4-7<-----12345 wheel (no play)

              In the example above, you would be ahead $480. The progression gets a little rocky there for a while, but we could set the skip rate to be a little bit higher as well. For instance, if one of the wheels has hit 4 times or so in a row, then you would play the other side.

              But eventually, the sucker comes in.

              But we can also look at the ten individual wheels and see how long it takes to hit for each of them. Eventually one of those things has to come due. Each wheel would come in approximately once in every 8.33 draws or so. If you see a skip of one of these 20-number wheels of 25 draws or more, it's time to play!

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                Posted: August 17, 2006, 9:57 am - IP Logged

                How about 4 straight draws of one wheel? Then start betting...let's look at Texas Evening example again:

                Wed, Aug 16, 20068-9-9<-----double (no play)
                Tue, Aug 15, 20061-6-2<-----12345 wheel (no play)
                Mon, Aug 14, 20069-9-8<-----double (no play)
                Sat, Aug 12, 20061-9-0<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Fri, Aug 11, 20065-0-1<-----12345 wheel (no play)
                Thu, Aug 10, 20060-9-9<-----double (no play)
                Wed, Aug 9, 20063-1-6<-----12345 wheel WIN +$30 based on the progression, wipes out all losses (no play at this time)
                Tue, Aug 8, 20069-5-5<-----double (loss of $120 - progressive betting, continue with 12345 wheel)
                Mon, Aug 7, 20062-7-2<-----double (loss of $60, continue with 12345 wheel)
                Sat, Aug 5, 20069-3-3<-----double (loss of $60, continue with 12345 wheel)
                Fri, Aug 4, 20063-0-6<-----67890 wheel (4 STRAIGHT 67890 wheels, now play 12345 wheel)
                Thu, Aug 3, 20065-8-9<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Wed, Aug 2, 20069-9-4<-----double (no play)
                Tue, Aug 1, 20063-7-7<-----double (no play)
                Mon, Jul 31, 20064-0-8<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Sat, Jul 29, 20062-6-7<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Fri, Jul 28, 20067-1-5<-----12345 wheel (no play)
                Thu, Jul 27, 20064-6-5<-----12345 wheel WIN +$90 (no play at this time)
                Wed, Jul 26, 20069-2-0<-----67890 wheel (4 STRAIGHT 67890 wheels, now play 12345 wheel)
                Tue, Jul 25, 20065-6-6<-----double (no play)
                Mon, Jul 24, 20060-4-8<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Sat, Jul 22, 20060-6-0<-----double (no play)
                Fri, Jul 21, 20069-1-0<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Thu, Jul 20, 20061-7-6<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Wed, Jul 19, 20063-4-7<-----12345 wheel (no play)
                Tue, Jul 18, 20067-7-9<----- double (no play)
                Mon, Jul 17, 20064-6-1<-----12345 wheel (no play)
                Sat, Jul 15, 20062-6-7<-----67890 wheel (no play)
                Fri, Jul 14, 20063-5-1<-----12345 wheel (no play)
                Thu, Jul 13, 2006

                3-4-7<-----12345 wheel (no play)

                Now here you would only be up $120, but you didn't lay much out. And if it weren't for those tricky doubles, you would have been 2-for-2 during this month.

                The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

                Stooges