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Posted: April 9, 2007, 1:32 am - IP Logged

when using the least drawn numbers in say last 10 draws...lets say you have 6 # but only want to play 10 picks and 6 was drawn 2 times in last 3 games should it be eliminated?

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    Posted: April 9, 2007, 2:04 am - IP Logged

    when using the least drawn numbers in say last 10 draws...lets say you have 6 # but only want to play 10 picks and 6 was drawn 2 times in last 3 games should it be eliminated?

    Hello there sar30, go back & look at your #s history & try to find what happened the last time a 6 was drawn 2 times in the last 3 games.

    Try to find this happening more than once if you can. Make sure you make note of the date(s). Because it will happen again on or around the same time frame in the future. 

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      Posted: April 9, 2007, 9:12 am - IP Logged

      i find a mix of hot n colds better than cold numbers alone  and jjust the hot ones seems to get me 3 of 6  once in a while  personally stay away from all cold numbers  mix in a few average numbers 

       

      average =  numbers of draws times number of balls per draw

      50 draws  pick 5  50x5=250 divided by the number of balls  35 in this case

      gives you an average of 7.14285714 per number any number over 7 is above average any number below it is below aveage

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        Posted: April 10, 2007, 6:34 pm - IP Logged

        better off with hot numbers -really  or a mix cold numbers are just that--coldSnowman

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          Posted: April 12, 2007, 8:53 pm - IP Logged

          better off with hot numbers -really  or a mix cold numbers are just that--coldSnowman

          I understand what you are saying about the cold numbers and while I don't fully agree, I am not trying to fault you for saying it.

          However, cold numbers (however you might define them) have a tendency to become hot numbers.  The only way they can become hot numbers is to be drawn.  If one ignores cold numbers completely, the best one can hope for is 4 of 5.

          A mix, such as you mentioned, is the best way to go.

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            Posted: April 12, 2007, 8:53 pm - IP Logged

            better off with hot numbers -really  or a mix cold numbers are just that--coldSnowman

            I understand what you are saying about the cold numbers and while I don't fully agree, I am not trying to fault you for saying it.

            However, cold numbers (however you might define them) have a tendency to become hot numbers.  The only way they can become hot numbers is to be drawn.  If one ignores cold numbers completely, the best one can hope for is 4 of 5.

            A mix, such as you mentioned, is the best way to go.