|Posted: December 27, 2007, 11:30 pm - IP Logged|
Theres really no way to tell for sure when a particular triple or other straight number (or group of numbers) is going to fall.
I'm sure you know that each of the ten triples has an individual chance of 1 in 1000, which makes them hard to accurately predict.
If you track ALL ten triples as a group, the odds become much shorter...down to 10 in 1000, which equates to 1 in 100 by fractional reduction.
Now, if you want to try and anticipate the occurrence of any triple in general, then it may help you to know that 50% of the time when a triple is drawn, another triple will be drawn within the next 69 games. This is an effect of probability and if you examine a long enough draw history, you'll see that this is true.
Also, you may want to keep track of the amount of doubles that are drawn between occurrences of triples. You'll find that there seems to be a limit. When that limit is reached, you'll know that a triple is on its way soon. I did a study a few years ago with the theory behind it being that every double has a chance of being a triple—and how many chances can a triple miss out on before it has to emerge. There is some concrete data supporting this concept. Unfortunately, I dont have my nerd necklace with me at the moment. My nerd necklace (as my brother calls it lol) is my usb flash drive with all my lottery files on it.
~Probability=Odds in Motion~