|Posted: October 21, 2009, 10:52 pm - IP Logged|
Iv'e taken a great interest in the methods of filtering out Straight hits in the last year or even 1000 draws. I like the idea.
So this post is for anyone who shares the similar interest.
I'm a little mixed on how this strategy is used, but I assume a shorter time period filter is applied with expectation that those numbers will NOT occur in the following draws, and the longer filters are used for overdue numbers.
But my major question here is this.
Has anyone been tracking the SKIPS between Straights?
By doing this, I think one could then exclude any numbers from the Pool of the previous time period filter, by eliminating any numbers in the pool above the mean average of skips or, following an undesired pattern; something to that effect.
I understand this may take like 300 years of backtesting, so it may not even be possible with the amount of games in the history's today.
A strategy that follows tracking the Skip between repeat boxed play may be a great "To play or not to play" indicator/tracker.
So after tracking the Skips, my next best suggestion is to track the average skip of Random occurences, or unlikely things that happen.
So that lets say for example, a Boxed set is now "due", but now there is a tendancy for things not to "pan back out", we could forget about playing this altogether, and look at the relation between" What is the most likely to happen, when this period of unlikely hood appears?"
Do these random things happen often? 4 Doubles in a row, Back to Back Triples or Identical Straights.
Can we break these oddities into groups? By giiving a wieghterd percentage of overall occurences. Lets say 5 Consecutive Doubles happen 2%, back to back Straights happen 2%, and Straights out over 2500 draws happens 2%. WELL NOW. Lets combine these percentage identifiers together as one Group of occurences, or indicators, and then Track this Gruops Skip.
Now we can EXPECT the unexpected, or at least shave a little bit of "random" out of the equation.
Please understand that i'm not capable of tracking these things, i really don't know how to program or what to use, nor am i any good at anything beyond basic math. (Simple math rather)
What i'm trying to theorize, is computer system that can track pick 3 lottery digits similar to a stock market. But the stock market reacts to real world results(somewhat), by plotting things in the lottery that go againts the general trend and finding an expected average of those types of variables, compared against general strategy's; Like Hot and Cold. Hottest group of 5,6,8 etc. and creating indicators to play/or not.
By tracking the things that rarely happen, but do seem to catch us offgaurd, we can then begin to focus on What happens after these occurences!?!?!? Do Hot pairs hit? Is this a pivot point to a certain strategy? or is it a deviation that will just resum back to hot cold high low? Or is it just time for something random things to happen?
Please only open minded responses, I know i'm not in the same level of intelligence that others here are when it comes to math and stats. Just a basic explination of some things i think can be considered.
Like playing roullete, Play the inside to overcome the house edge.