|Posted: May 22, 2008, 4:51 am - IP Logged|
The most important statistic/filter is the one you are most likely to
get right with the least consequence when wrong. That would be
no adjacent numbers followed by no repeat numbers.
25% of the time both correct.
The 3, 1 in 3 choices . . .
correct 1 in 8 tries
With above, right about 1 in 32 tries, though the 1in3 filters generally
have a larger percentage orbited by two lower percentage figures.
From this point forward it is safer to eliminate less likely combinations
such as the all odd, all even, all low, all high, short length of line, low
and high sums. BobP