|Posted: April 29, 2007, 3:12 pm - IP Logged|
I'm not quite sure *which* theory/program you're referring to, as he has a number of them, however regarding his Fundamental Formula of Gambling (FFG) generally, I've tested it a fair bit against Canadian lotteries (pick 6 and pick 7), and I've found it to be consistently pretty accurate at 90% "degree of certainty" or higher (eg, that will usually leave a pool with all the winning numbers, or only 1 or 2 eliminated, which I consider quite good on a consistent basis). However, that said, at 90% or higher it will only eliminate 3-5 numbers for any given draw - which leaves a pool of possible numbers not terribly economical to play :(
Regarding median skips specifically, I've also played around with that on my own - ratios between avg. skips and median skips, overall avg. vs. overall median, etc, and had some interesting results narrowing down the possible number pool to 25 numbers or so with 4 of 6 winners or higher (not fantastic economically but better than the entire pool) - however, I had consistency problems with it (eg, my theory would work fine for several draws and then it seems the *inverse* of the results would apply for several draws, and then it would switch back - however, I've been unable to determine a rhyme or reason to it, which makes it fairly useless).
Ah well, the joys of experimenting :)