|Posted: May 1, 2008, 5:48 pm - IP Logged|
i wrote in a post about this once,
well, it was about boxed numbers.
A boxed number (6-way) has a mathematical average skip of 166.67 draws.
A boxed double has a mathematical average skip of 333,33 draws.
Going back 1 year means either going back 365 draws or 313 draws (depending on the state, if it has sunday draws or not)
Give or take a few draws, but it happens regularly that a number hits "around" the mathematical average, which means it will show itself after half a year, or a year.
Since there are even less vtracs, and their average skips are lower, just project the fact that they also hit "around" their average skip, the chance of a vtrac returning then is higher than a boxed number.
A 6-way vtrac has a mathematical average skip of 20.83 draws
A 3-way vtrac has a mathematical average skip of 41.66 draws
A 1-way vtrac has a mathematical average skip of 125 draws.
An onion a day keeps everyone away!!!