|Posted: January 23, 2007, 5:57 pm - IP Logged|
Here is a bit of insight for new visitors, and mabey some seasoned visitor's too?
What we are trying to project here is this;
There are basically two matrixes to every lottery pool, Radical and Median. All lottery pool activity falls within one of these two discriptives. When the lottery pool is in Radical Mode, it is described as chaotic. When the lottery pool is in Median Mode it is described as dormant.
There are two possibilities for each mode.
Chaotic phase involves only Upper Tier, or Lower Tier activity exclusively. Dormant phase involves both Upper Tier and Lower Tier activity.
Median Mode is tracked over a 36 draw history. The results of the tracking history is applied at the beginning of a new session.
The information derived from the study which we are most interested in is this; Which Median Mode, (C or D) has missed the least amount chaotic phase changes which occured the very next drawing?
This is very important in determining the ALERT status for C and D Mode. The Mode which has missed the least amount of chaotic phase changes is considered moderately favorable for wagering at time of appearance, +C or +D. The Mode that has missed the most amount of chaotic phase changes is considered unfavorable for wagering at time of appearance, -C or -D.
When -C is the dominate matrix, +D appears in this mode.
When -D is the dominate matrix, +C appears in this mode.
This work is maintained in our determination to present the most effective ALERT's possible.
Now that this issue has been made perfectly clear, enjoy and have fun!
Compliments of the StatPath 5 Lotto System!