|Posted: November 3, 2006, 1:25 pm - IP Logged|
WIN D - Trying to understand your question! So to try and clarify, you're asking for a state which has the most odd or even sums, in a row, going from mid/mid and eve/eve??
That's right calabs. Thanks for asking. It's either one or the other. No biggie
I really like to keep them separate in Pick 3 because it would force me to play both games every day if I did. When I am trapping a group.... it gives me time to re-group and study a little bit by keeping them apart. Odds wise its ok to combine if we are just consistent about it and you don't mind playing and paying 2 times a day. For me ..... I need the time.
My thinking in P3 about playing safe and only leaning on six way numbers right after 2 or 3 doubles go by first may work with P4 too. That would be good.
Doubles hit 27% in P3 and 50% P4 .....so we would need to investigate what a safe stack is. My suspicion is its significantly taller in P4 of course. About 23% taller ..... perhaps Who knows ?
If..... If.... we find that playing 24 way Singles numbers is safer right after we find a stack of say.... 4 or 5 high doubles it could work. We could justify the extra cost of playing a large part of the 210 singles and get a Single hit rewards that way.
Otherwise the cost of playing the singles and hitting a double negate that 100 dollar payout for a box single.
If we played all the 210 every day..... at the very best we could hit 50% of the time. Those doubles are the problem...... or the opportunities we need.
No doubles .... we would win 100% of the time. It appeals to me to think of it that way. Find away to work around those doubles and we could hit 100% of the time!
If we find that NJ has only had a stack of doubles say...... 8 or 9 high once a year..... I might just haul off and play a whole bunch of that Singles group that day. Probability wise..... it would be a better bet.
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.