|Posted: January 1, 2008, 4:04 pm - IP Logged|
While the gap strategy was created to help pick numbers for wheels, it can
be used for the daily games.
I used the workout for Texas P3 and Daily 4 during November and December. In just about
every instance, I missed the winning numbers by one number. It was so
bad, I was thinking about changing my computer name to - missed by one!
I decided to stop playing. I did some in-depth study and I think I have found the
problem - sloppy record keeping.
In several instances, I placed lottery numbers in the gap number streams, and
vice versa. As a result, my Position Indicators and Alpha Choices were offset by up to 3 places.
All of my Before/After triples charts were suspect.
As result, I lost confidence in the data streams.
The only fix was to start over, which I did. I've been very careful and I'm sure my data streams are now 100 percent accurate.
I also decided to use combined data streams, rather than separate streams, for
the Day and Night drawings. This has reduced the workload, which I think
caused the errors.
I will soon have enough new data to start generating numbers again.
If you are using gap strategy to predict numbers, or plan to start, I strongly
recommend that you take care to not make mistakes. I didn't and had to discard
a lot of data for the 7 lottery games that I track.
I'm sure some LP members will suggest I adopt some type of computer
program. Good idea, but, I would rather continue with my paper and pencil methods.
Thanks for your interest.