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Digits missing a few days? Sooo what?

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WIN  D's avatar - q05Q0
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Posted: October 13, 2006, 10:43 am - IP Logged

 Missing Digits .... So What?

    If your game is missing one single digit for a few days it might be a bigger deal than you think. We all get nervous when a double has not hit it 4 or 5 days right? Well, we should feel the same about one single digit missing . Look how many numbers just one digit accounts for.... 271 numbers or 27%

  If you think thats something... look at how many numbers just 2 digits account for. If your missing 2 digits for several days...that's 48% of the entire "1000 numbers chart" ! Almost Half the chart!   You see 2 digits missing like that ..and that means the 50/50 coin is landing on HEADS each time. 

  Look up the probability of a coin landing on heads for several times in a row. 

  Two or Three digits missing for several days in a row a big deal...or not? You tell me after looking over this list of missing digits. This is a Big filter and a great filter ..... Bigger and Better than most players realize. 

                          Good Luck... but ..Good tracking most of all !     

Missing digit     

    1...  55 numbers missing.. 36 singles 18 doubles +1 trip

216 singles +54 doubles + 1 trip = 271 numbers total . 27 % 

   

    2... 100 numbers missing... 64 singles 34 doubles + 2 trips

384 singles+ 102 doubles +2 trips  = 488 numbers total... 48%   Almost Half the 1000 numbers chart !

   

     3.... 136 numbers missing ..85 singles 48 doubles + 3 trips

510 singles + 144 doubles + 3 trips =  657 numbers total. 66% 

 

      4 ... 164 numbers missing ...100 singles + 60 doubles + 4 trips

 600 singles + 180 doubles + 4 trips  =  784 numbers total....  78% 

 

      5...  185 numbers  missing ... 110 singles + 210 doubles + 5 trips..

660 singles + 210 doubles + 5 trips  = 875 numbers total..88 % 

     

      6 ... 200 numbers missing .... 116 singles + 78 doubles + 6 trips

696 singles + 234 doubles + 6 trips = 936 numbers total. 94 % 

 

 

     7... 210 numbers missing ... 119 singles +84 doubles + 7 trips

714 singles +252 doubles + 7 trips = 973 numbers total  97%

 

 

    8... 216 numbers missing ... 120 singles +88 doubles+ 8 trips

720 singles +264 doubles + 8 trips = 992 numbers total 99% 

 

 

    9....219 numbers missing ... 120 singles + 90 doubles + 9 trips

720singles +270 doubles +9 trips=999 numbers total 99.9 % 

 

    10... 220 numbers missing ... 120 singles+ 90 doubles+ 10trips

720 singles+ 270 doubles+10 trips= 1000 numbers total ...100%        

 

 

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: October 13, 2006, 11:07 am - IP Logged

     First ..here's the entire 220 chart of all numbers with all 10 digits and what it would look llike with only 2 digits missing.

       

    This is the #220 number chart the doubles are included  with the #120 (6 way numbers).

                    This chart contains #1000 boiled down to #220. Win D

     

    0 1      2 3 4 5 6 7 8  9
    000001002003004005006007008009
    019029011012013014015016017018
    028038039049022023024025026027
    037047048058059069033034035036
    046056057067068078079089044045
    055119066111077113088115099117
    118128129139112122114124116126
    127137138148149159123133125135
    136146147157158168169179134144
    145155156166167177178188189199
    226227228229239249222223224225
    235236237238248258259269233234
    244245246247257267268278279289
    299335255256266339277359288333
    334344336337338348349368369379
    389399345346347357358377378388
    479489444355356366367449459469
    488579499445446447448458468478
    569588589599455456457467477559
    578669679689699555466557558568
    668678688779789799556566567577
    677777778788888889899999666667
     0 1 2 3 4 5  6 7  8 9

     

    Below is the same chart with 2 missing digits 0 and 1 outlined in blue..... and a 3rd (the digit #2) outlined in Brown.

           

     

    0 1      2 3 4 5 6 7 8  9
    000001002003004005006007008009
    019029011012013014015016017018
    028038039049022023024025026027
    037047048058059069033034035036
    046056057067068078079089044045
    055119066111077113088115099117
    118128129139112122114124116126
    127137138148149159123133125135
    136146147157158168169179134144
    145155156166167177178188189199
    226227228229239249222223224225
    235236237238248258259269233234
    244245246247257267268278279289
    299335255256266339277359288333
    334344336337338348349368369379
    389399345346347357358377378388
    479489444355356366367449459469
    488579499445446447448458468478
    569588589599455456457467477559
    578669679689699555466557558568
    668678688779789799556566567577
    677777778788888889899999666667
     0 1 2 3 4 5  6 7  8 9

     

     

    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: October 13, 2006, 11:13 am - IP Logged

      Chaz

      I was thinking about this the other day. If 2 digits have been missing for over a week's worth of draws, it might be time to hit it. I don't know what the highest skip ever is for 2 digits simulaneously, but I'm sure it isn't THAT high, would you think?

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        Posted: October 13, 2006, 11:35 am - IP Logged

         Never look at world records ..... That's Lottery Porn and doesn't represent "real life." LOL

          But seriously.... how many times has the coin landed on heads in Idaho back in 1932....  15 times or 20 times?  That's not real and we can't think about those gross examples to much. It will blow your groove man... LOL

         Now.... in the normal day to day world I start to play the other way after 5 or 6 days of the same. My focus is on the "other" side.

         At the end of the year.... most 50/50 things end up around just that 50... 50 . 

         The odds never change and are always the same..... but... the probability of it going the other way increase each time.

         So,,, you play that way most of the time.... and you will win most of the time. 

          If you are in Idaho at the wrong time... say in 1932  ..... you could get killed.  LOL  

         

         

        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: October 13, 2006, 1:08 pm - IP Logged

          Great post Win D!  Its so truly comparable to flipping coins!

          ~Probability=Odds in Motion~

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            Posted: October 13, 2006, 3:51 pm - IP Logged

            Of course you also have to make sure that you are playing within a $900 straight win. Or a $500 straight win when playing at regular places.

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              Posted: October 13, 2006, 3:52 pm - IP Logged

              So if you have 5 digits missing, that would be your cut-off, but you would almost certainly win at that point.

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                Posted: October 13, 2006, 6:36 pm - IP Logged

                I would say that if you have two digits out for 7 days or more, then you could apply the following progression and almost certainly hit (maybe even two numbers at 10 draws out or more):

                 

                 

                DrawSGL BetUnitsDBL BetUnitsTPL BetUnitsIf LossIf SGL WIf DBL WIf TPL W
                1$64 1$34 1$2 1($100)$50 $200 $800
                2$128 2$34 1$2 1($264)$36 $36 $636
                3$256 4$68 2$2 1($590)$10 $10 $310
                4$576 9$170 5$4 2($1,340)$10 $160 $460
                5$1,280 20$340 10$8 4($2,968)$32 $32 $632
                6$2,816 44$748 22$16 8($6,548)$52 $52 $652

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