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Doubles GRID

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Posted: August 22, 2006, 11:30 am - IP Logged

Does anybody who is following the Singles GRID think that a Doubles would work out?

Any statistics on these numbers, Chaz? There are 90 of them, so a nice 9x10 grid would be interesting...but that's your department!

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    Posted: August 22, 2006, 12:22 pm - IP Logged

    Yes!

    Every 15 draws you see:
    Singles     11     73.3%
    Doubles    04     26.7%
    Triples     00     00.0%

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      The Grid (With Doubles)

      GRD V01 V02 V03 V04 V05     V06 V07 V08 V09 V10
      H01 019 001 002 003 004     005 006 007 008 009
      H02 028 029 011 012 013     014 015 016 017 018
      H03 037 038 039 049 022     023 024 025 026 027
      H04 046 047 048 058 059     069 033 034 035 036
      H05 055 056 057 067 068     078 079 089 044 045
      H06 118 119 066 139 077     113 088 115 099 117
      H07 127 128 129 148 112     122 114 124 116 126

      H08 136 137 138 157 149     159 123 133 125 135
      H09 145 146 147 166 158     168 169 179 134 144
      H10 226 155 156 229 167     177 178 188 189 199
      H11 235 227 228 238 239     249 259 223 224 225
      H12 244 236 237 247 248     258 268 269 233 234
      H13 299 245 246 256 257     267 277 278 279 289
      H14 334 335 255 337 266     339 349 359 288 379

      H15 389 344 336 346 338     348 358 368 369 388
      H16 479 399 345 355 347     357 367 377 378 469
      H17 488 489 499 445 356     366 448 449 459 478
      H18 569 579 589 599 446     447 457 458 468 559
      H19 578 588 679 689 455     456 466 467 477 568
      H20 668 669 688 779 699     799 556 557 558 577
      H21 677 678 778 788 789     889 899 566 567 667

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        Posted: August 22, 2006, 2:18 pm - IP Logged

        Thank you Raven! Is this similar to the WIN D Singles? This would be an interesting experiment as well.

        Is there a DOUBLES ONLY Grid?

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          Posted: August 22, 2006, 4:18 pm - IP Logged

          The Grid (Doubles):

          GRD V01 V02 V03 V04 V05     V06 V07 V08 V09 V10
          H01 055 001 002 003 004      005 006 007 008 009
          H02 118 119 011 166 022      113 033 115 044 117
          H03 226 155 066 229 077      122 088 133 099 144

          H04 244 227 228 337 112      177 114 188 116 199
          H05 299 335 255 355 266      339 277 223 224 225
          H06 334 344 336 445 338      366 448 377 233 388

          H07 488 399 499 599 446      447 466 449 288 559
          H08 668 588 688 779 455      799 556 557 477 577
          H09 677 669 778 788 699      889 899 566 558 667

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            Posted: August 22, 2006, 4:21 pm - IP Logged

            Thanks Raven!!

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              Posted: August 22, 2006, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

               I had a doubles grid a long time ago and it was one of the worst predictors I ever put together. Something about doubles... to much time delay or something.

               It did take my attention away from the 120 singles and caused me to miss some of those many times. That I do remember.  Maybe its a one or the other deal.... at least for me anyway.  

               Not saying we couldn't or shouldn't try it... but it sure sucked when I tried to use it. Of course .... I didn't have a computer or multi states to play with back then either. LOL  

               One thing I really do remember..... you can't mix them on a 220 chart of doubles and singles and get any reliable math averages on hit rates. Thats for sure. Terrible to handle. 

               It worked for Sums fine ofcourse... as long as I stayed Vertical... any thing that mixed the doubles and singles horizontal  ..... at least on a Sums chart didnt work.   

               

               

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                Posted: August 22, 2006, 6:07 pm - IP Logged

                 I had a doubles grid a long time ago and it was one of the worst predictors I ever put together. Something about doubles... to much time delay or something.

                 It did take my attention away from the 120 singles and caused me to miss some of those many times. That I do remember.  Maybe its a one or the other deal.... at least for me anyway.  

                 Not saying we couldn't or shouldn't try it... but it sure sucked when I tried to use it. Of course .... I didn't have a computer or multi states to play with back then either. LOL  

                 One thing I really do remember..... you can't mix them on a 220 chart of doubles and singles and get any reliable math averages on hit rates. Thats for sure. Terrible to handle. 

                 It worked for Sums fine ofcourse... as long as I stayed Vertical... any thing that mixed the doubles and singles horizontal  ..... at least on a Sums chart didnt work.   

                WIN D,

                Here is something I have been thinking about. I know that you don't like mixing doubles and singles with any situation. What I was thinking about was consecutives. They occur almost every other draw, in a boxed form. Now, what I have are 70 singles that are consecutives and 20 doubles. That leaves 90. In order to have the grid "balanced", though, I needed to add 10 more numbers. I thought about triples, but those are so random and ridiculous. So, I decided to use consecutive all odds and consecutive all evens:

                024 246 468 068 028

                135 357 579 179 139

                This would give 100 numbers. If you look below, you will see yellow colored boxes. Those would represent where the doubles could be placed. This would cause an even distribution of doubles: 2 on every row, and 2 on every column.

                 

                 V1V2V3V4V5V6V7V8V9V10
                H1          
                H2          
                H3          
                H4          
                H5          
                H6          
                H7          
                H8          
                H9          
                H10          

                 

                Then we would sprinkle in the singles and the odd/even consecs into the grid and follow it much like the original with 120. Do you think this would be ridiculous, or do you think maybe I should reduce it to 70 singles AND the 10 consec odds/evens? I want to make sure the grid is balanced.

                Please advise and how you think it could be "populated".

                Also, how did you go about populating the original Grid?

                Thanks!

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                  Posted: August 22, 2006, 6:08 pm - IP Logged

                  Also, looking at the grid above, you would have 8 singles (48 combos) and 2 doubles (6 combos) in each row and in each column.

                  That means that each of these rows/columns should hit about 1.8 times per month?

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