|Posted: June 2, 2007, 10:03 am - IP Logged|
Great observations Pilot.
I responded to you as RenaldoG in the other thread but forgot pw.
Here is another filter for you to add to your list.
Study the last 10 draws. Count/tabulate the last digit of winning numbers.
By last digit I mean:
Now, for your lottery you will find the average for each digit is x2per draw per digit
Here is the important part. Look for the digit that misses several draws
or delivers only one hit over several draws instead of 2 or 3. That digit will almost certainly overcompensate
in the very near future !
Don'f forget the palindromic numbers:
from [11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, to 77]
Usually 2 of these on an average night.
Treat them as a seperate group.
When you pick you samples using this method make sure it is balanced
[odd/even, high, low etc]