H 2 5 1
C 9 4 7
O 4 7 0
H 1 5 2
C 6 9 3
O 0 4 7
HOW YA'LL Like Those Grids NOW??? ROFL!!!
Kapt, I always liked them and always said so.
Dee brought up a good point the other day - she said something about the bottom grids counting.
Dee, I know what you mean.
You had the number in the bottom grid and that's where some of the confusion comes in with which
grid to use. She stated the reason for asking was new users coming in and not knowing what
to do. cjr is a fine example. You explained some - but if I can be so bold as to add to it...I looked back and
anyone wanting to learn - just go back and see what Kapt said.
Way back on page 96 you started the grids with just 2 - one for day, one for night. Then awhile
later added two more saying that the big 4 sometimes shows p3 - that I find to be true a couple
times in a couple weeks. I personally only scan the top 2 after my w/o for day draw and
night draw. The top one as you said for day and the 2nd one for night. The bottom 2 are hot,
cold and overdue numbers from the p4 and that's how you said they were set up. So since then,
I've pretty much ignored the bottom 2 as being more suited to p4 than to pick 3 and believe me,
the top 2 give results many times over. It may not be in there all the time, but like my pairs
it's not there all the time either. You KNOW I like the boxes, they DO work.
Now you know that one tic tac toe set up/grid can yield roughly 25 numbers IF you do not know what to
look for, you need to start with an idea. These boxes are extemely helpful in determining what's overdue,
hot and cold.
Normally I don't use them horizontally because they show up along the side, through the middle,
etc. Today it was right on with the 152 in the hot number row.
Now, along with the "grid"..I'll look at the sheet. CJR, IF you have something to start with, it doesn't
make the sheet so overwhelming. You could go in and try to find a number and get frazzled.
Don't. It won't jump out at you until after Kapt has pointed it out after the draw BUT most times
it WILL be there either on the date listed or the day before or after. History repeats itself and
Kapt has laid it all out for everyone. It's a good confirmation tool. Past results come back and either
haunt you or make you some money. There are patterns to study and numbers to crunch. Get all
the information you need from all the posters here! Kapt says we're a team and that's what makes
it great - teamwork and contribution. GBSSR will lay out some real good pairs and Keystone has
solid info on number positions and what to expect.
Kapt has done a lot of work compiling information from past results and puts together the hot, cold,
overdue grids for everyone. Use them the best way you see fit.
CJR - you'll get enough information here - with KAPT, GBSSR, Keystone, jojo, dee, aawesome, gamegrl
joe, toad and everyone! Your losing streak will NOT last much longer.
Welcome to the thread!