|Posted: August 16, 2009, 2:34 pm - IP Logged|
I have read many posts in here that give a lot of information, but I would like to see what has worked successfully for everyone.
I know keeping in play the last nights number is a good tool... as its suppose to reappear approx. 60-70% of the time.
Some delete all doubles... but I am not so sure about doing that one... they pay double on box hits and we seem to see them pop up when we least expect one.
One I have had success with is using the last 1000 draws as a reduction process.
Here I start with the set of numbers I want to narrow down, then I go thru the reductions as stated above then I run them against the last 1000 draws.... Heres the catch... the numbers produced after eliminating the last 1000 draws... TAKE THEM and SUBTRACT them from the set you want reduced. You will be amazed at how many numbers have already been called in the past 1000 draws.
Sure you will get some numbers that haven't shown for over 2000 draws but not as many that do repeat.
Is there any other means of reducing these numbers so to lower the cost of playing but yet keeping the winning sets in tact?
I usually have 120 to 140 sets to start from and end up around 80... online play would cost about $20.00 a day... I would like to decrease that by half if possible... ANY SUGGESTIONS?
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