|Posted: April 12, 2009, 1:57 am - IP Logged|
Use the Gail Howard "D" Chart. Setup the software for a one ball game like for tracking the Powerball, 10 numbers, use 10 for the zero. Needs at least 1000 past draws for the digit position you want to predict, more if you have them. Works reasonably well.
You are correct about setting the software for a one ball game like for tracking the Powerball. But if you will notice when you are setting up the game you can select yes when it asks if zero is a valid number. Then enter the number 10 under the column that says total numbers used because the program will recognize zero as a number 0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9 that is a total of ten numbers you will be using. That way you will not confuse yourself when you start tracking your numbers.
This is a great idea. I think I will use this for my Pick-3 and my Pick-4 and see what happens. Would you recommend splitting the day numbers from the night numbers? I think I'll just creat nine files, a file for each position, day numbers only- night numbers only- day/night numbers and see which is the most accurate.
I will test it for awhile and see what happens. It may take awhile because my Pick-3 history (night) goes back to 1993 and my (day) goes back to 2002.