|Posted: September 2, 2006, 9:01 pm - IP Logged|
'worst' WB - leaning towards #9, although #36 and#11 are both 'up there'.
'best' WB - IMO #12, although #21, #44 and #45 are both up there as well. (note: even though #21 has not hit in 51 games, it should hit within the next 8 games, if not sooner, maybe 3 games. I think #1 will hit before #21 hits).
'worst' PB - probably #30, then #17. (note: even though #40 has not hit in 193 games, it's around 5th on the 'worst' list).
'best' PB - leaning towards #8, along with #19.
Definition of 'best' - most likely to hit in the next 3-5 games based on TODAY'S research, which WILL change after the next drawing.
Definition of 'worst' - least likely to hit based on prior history taken as a whole. Also subject to change after the next drawing.
As always, bet against me. PLEASE.
PS - just because I rate something as 'best' does not mean I am playing that number.
OK. I'm going to put in for 39 on the Pball for the next few games until I become disillusioned. My WB's change game to game. Tonight I'm heavily involved with
in decade patterns 001211,021110,101111,101021
Wed's was 110210.
There are random toss-in long shots which don't count also but some times are show stoppers and come out of nowhere like the 6,9,11,27,31,49,52. I played 16 games $16.00 by taking those numbers above creating a couple of wheels by then fitting and pulling #'s from the wheels to the decade patterns 4 each, I have had a lot of success using this method of reducing the numbers to recognizable patterns that actually recur over the past 100 to 200 games, in games such as 5#lottos and 6#lottos where the highest number is 39.
Powerball odds are ridiculous so trying to get your arms around it and finding recuring events takes hours, days, months, years, which I don't have time for.
The lesser odds games have fairly repeatable patterns #1 being they're played every day with 39 numbers, for eg. Rolling Cash 5 in D.C. has some decade patterns in the 20+ repeat levels over the past hundred games!
LOL. "In for a penny, in for a pound, once the head is blown off, it doesn't matter anymore." An Aussie friend of mine constantly says this. I guess it's cool.