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# Predicting Zones

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 Posted: November 8, 2006, 1:22 pm - IP Logged

Fellow forum Members,

Has anyone heard of a system that would give one an edge on predicting the correct zones for future drawings? For example the numbers that hit the other day were 4 - 34 - 38 - 43  +9 .  Therefore:

Zone 1 (1-9) got 2 hits,

Zone 2 (10-19) got 0 hits,

Zone 3 (20-29) got 0 hits,

Zone 4 (30-39) got 2 hits

Zone 5 (40-44) got 1 hit.

If I study the last 50 draws by zone and apply numerical values to each of the five zones, what type of math can I apply to predict the most likely zone distribution for a future drawing? This way when I play a full wheel with 9 numbers, I could pick better numbers by focusing on the most likely zones to hit. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

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Binar this is the closest thing i can think of, and this one works for me...Here is the post...It was by Tntea...YOU would have to read it all though to understand it..

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I do something similar to this. It takes lots of time to really focus on what the state has done to predict the next set of "Zones"

I do not use 5 Zones.. That is way too much and gives a broader field.

I use three Zones.. Info on this is located in the pick 5 under schooling.

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 Posted: November 8, 2006, 7:01 pm - IP Logged

I remember that thread,  that was excellent

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 Posted: November 8, 2006, 11:02 pm - IP Logged

Fellow forum Members,

Has anyone heard of a system that would give one an edge on predicting the correct zones for future drawings? For example the numbers that hit the other day were 4 - 34 - 38 - 43  +9 .  Therefore:

Zone 1 (1-9) got 2 hits,

Zone 2 (10-19) got 0 hits,

Zone 3 (20-29) got 0 hits,

Zone 4 (30-39) got 2 hits

Zone 5 (40-44) got 1 hit.

If I study the last 50 draws by zone and apply numerical values to each of the five zones, what type of math can I apply to predict the most likely zone distribution for a future drawing? This way when I play a full wheel with 9 numbers, I could pick better numbers by focusing on the most likely zones to hit. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

do a separate test and change your zones:

1-10

11-20

21-30

31-40

41-44.

This will give you 4 even zones that have 10 numbers each in them, and for the 40's you can multiply any figures by .60 and have a mean number to use.

This is just a thought, FWIW.   What game is this for ??

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 Posted: November 8, 2006, 11:12 pm - IP Logged

I do something similar to this. It takes lots of time to really focus on what the state has done to predict the next set of "Zones"

I do not use 5 Zones.. That is way too much and gives a broader field.

I use three Zones.. Info on this is located in the pick 5 under schooling.

I'm trying really REALLY hard to figure out how using 5 zones 'broadens' the field ?????

If anything, it narrows it down to a meaningful number ?

On the short end of it, what do you get by using 2 zones ?  MOST games have 3 down and 2 up, or 2 down and 3 up. I DO use this in

some cases to help me pick games, but it isn't the TOP tool in the cabinet. I can elaborate if anyone wants me to.

In the case pf PB, you have 55 numbers split in two at number 27, to say you have figured something out by splitting the 55 into two means almost nothing, IF you go backtest and see what I mean.

To me, at the very least, you want 5 zones:

1-11

12-22

23-33

34-44

45-55

You have 5 white balls, might as well have 5 zones of equal amounts.

This is thinking outside the realm of what people 'normally' consider a group of numbers, but this is why we are here, to SHARE ideas.

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 Posted: November 10, 2006, 2:04 am - IP Logged

I'm disappointed nobody else has any thoughts on anything discussed above..

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