|Posted: December 24, 2008, 11:55 am - IP Logged|
Gap Strategy - Texas Cash 5/37 122408
The Alphanumeric substitution sequences, the point structure totals and sequence charts suggests
the next drawing might have at least one number from each of the four number groups.
Workout: GNR V2 to play 5 combinations
Pick 12 numbers from 37
Play 3 numbers from each number group.
Play each number twice, plus one number three times.
My analysis of the 4 Before and After triples charts (not presented here),
suggests the following numbers to play.
Using the LS2004 wheeler, with adjustments:
(Each combination has at least 1 A, 1 B, 1 C and 1 D)
(Number 7 used 3 times)
A=1-9, B=10-19, C=20-29, D=30-37.
Reminder about 'Point Structures'
In any 5/3X game, there are 6 pairs (AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD);
4 triples (ABC, ABD, ACD, BCD); and one quadruple (ABCD).
Here are 3-point triple and 4-point quadruple totals for Tx 537,
according to my pen and paper inventories.
ABC - 42
ABD - 19
ACD - 36
BCD - 37
ABCD - 72
Only two of the six 2-point structures have come up more than 5 times
during the period for which my data has been logged.
Although 2-point structures have come up 7 out of the
last 24 drawings, I don't think I would ever try to win by playing
only 2 number groups.
At the same time, wheeling 6 numbers from each of 2 number groups is appealing!
Reminder: Point structures are formed by eliminating repeats
in the alphanumeric sequence for a winning combination.
For example: AABCD is a 4-point structure, ABCD.
ABBBD is a 3-point structure, ABD. BBBCC is a 2-point structure, BC.
Use the combinations at your own risk!