|Posted: October 25, 2008, 1:11 pm - IP Logged|
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102408 188.8.131.52.52+18 = ADDEF+B = ADEF = 4-points.
ADDEF has come up 5 times since last matrix change.
ADEF has come up 8 times (last 092308).
(ADEF has two 3-point structures; ADE and DEF)
I played four 3-point structures: ACD, BDE, CDE CEF
I decided to choose 12 numbers to generate 5 combinations
for each structure.
Hit L# 5.
There are no Cs in the winning combination.
My four D choices were wide of the mark.
One advantage of Gap Strategy is that you can go back
and see exactly where you went wrong. In this instance,
my Before&After choices weren't what they needed to be.
There were no B numbers in the winning combination.
I decided to play the same D number choices - same results.
My B&A choices were correct for the E number, but I chose the wrong sub-array.
There were no C numbers in the winning combination.
I chose to play the same D and E numbers - same result.
Hit L# 52.
There were no C numbers in the winning combinations.
I played the same E numbers - same result.
This was a trial.
As stated previously, the combinations were my 'best guesses' based on a variety of
options presented by several different but interrelated data streams.
Gap strategy is NOT a prediction system, per se.
I hope this commentary is useful to players who are using or planning to use
Thanks for your interest.