|Posted: March 25, 2008, 7:42 pm - IP Logged|
Usually I play a QP, but if I choose the numbers sometimes look at yesterdays' numbers for all the games, and total individually the mid day pick 3 and 4 and evening pick 3 and 4 and then take the highest number from the lotto draw (Pick 5) and subtract the secind highest number from it.
Ex: if the previous day was
Pcik 3 272 = 11
Pick 4 3651 = 15
Pick 3 873 = 18
Pick 4 2989 = 28
Pick 5 6 15 21 22 39 / 39 -22 = 17
Thus 11 15 17 18 28
That's one way.
I also have two "fall back" sets of numbers if I don't want to track -
2 4 15 29 31 (The "Cribbage" ticket- significant numbers in the game of cribbage)
6 12 15 29 36
6 12 and 15 seem to hit together, the 29 and 36 are just "wags"
Also I'm a freak for the lotto articles that appear in the tabloids. I remember one that suggested doing this for the Pick 6- fill out a playslip, see if the pattern the numbers produce look "attractive" to you - then turn the playslip upside down and do the same pattern, but from thje bottom to the top!
On Sundays and Mondays during the football season I play numbers that repeatedly showed up in the scores.
Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.
There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.