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How Do You Handle Midday And Evening Drawings ?

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Monkey Butt, USA
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Posted: October 27, 2009, 10:03 pm - IP Logged

Don't forget that there are the pre-tests that are done before each drawing. And a lot of states does not post that info. Here in TX it is posted about an hour before the actual drawing. Those numbers may or may not make a difference in your accuracy. If you had access to that info. would you include it as part of your process when you work your numbers?

I forgot to mention that the Lottery program I use allows me to enter in both day and night drawings and separate them if I choose. I am also working on putting together a game with the pretest information also to see if it makes a difference. Once again I will be able to view the drawings day-night-or day & night together.

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    Posted: October 27, 2009, 10:12 pm - IP Logged

    The two drawings do seem to be connected and I actually use both ways.  It helps.  I would say to you if your state has a 6 out for 35 draws..wait until you see a clear number and then throw some money at it..

    If you know your number is going to hit, have patience and then KILL IT!

    You never know when you will get another hit.

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      Posted: October 28, 2009, 5:18 am - IP Logged

       Generally speaking ....I like to handle the 2 draws like I do my women and my font size.

       It just depends on how everything is going and how lucky I feel.....as to where the emphasis goes that day. Sure it takes more time and effort that way.... but the results are worth it.  

       

         LOL       ...... or  in this particular case    ...LOL

       

       

      The only real failure .....is the failure to try.                               

                                    Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much. 

                                    Odds never change .....but probability does. 

                                                                                             Win d    

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        Posted: October 28, 2009, 7:25 pm - IP Logged

        LP MEMBERS, I'VE HEARD PEOPLE SAY THAT YOU SHOULD KEEP YOUR MIDDAY AND EVENING DRAWINGS SEPARATE WHEN DOING YOUR WORKOUT, BUT HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE, WHEN YOU CAN DO A WORKOUT USING ONLY EVENING NUMBERS, BUT THE WINNING NUMBERS FROM YOUR WORKOUT RESULTS COME OUT IN THE MIDDAY DRAWING. WHICH MEANS THAT YOU HAVE TO PLAY BOTH DRAWINGS. YOU CAN'T RELY ON ONE OR THE OTHER DRAWING EXCLUSIVELY.

        DOES ANYONE TRACK NUMBERS STRICTLY BY MIDDAY OR EVENING, WITH ANY SUCCESS, WITHOUT PAYING ATTENTION TO THE OTHER DRAWING ???  IS THIS HOW THE LOTTERY IS SET UP TO FUNCTION ???  IF THE DIGIT 6 HAS BEEN OUT 35 TIMES IN POSITION 1 IN THE EVENING DRAWING, YOU FOCUS ON THIS FACT FOR THE EVENING DRAWING, AND IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH 6 IN THE MIDDAY DRAWING ??? WHAT IF THE 6 DIGIT COMES OUT IN POSITION 1 IN THE MIDDAY DRAWING.  CAN THIS COUNT FOR THE EVENING DISCREPANCY, OR DO YOU STILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR DIGIT 6 TO FALL IN POSITION 1 IN THE EVENING DRAWING ??? (WinD, YOU  JUST MENTIONED THIS ABOUT THE GEORGIA LOTTERY IN THE PICK 3 FORUM.)

        SOME PEOPLE SAY TRACK/WORKOUT MIDDAY - MIDDAY AND EVENING - EVENING. SOME PEOPLE SAY TRACK MIDDAY - EVENING.  I KNOW YOU HAVE TO BACK TEST AND FIGURE OUT WHAT WORKS BEST FOR YOUR STATE, BECAUSE EVERY STATE IS DIFFERENT. 

        IN SOUTH CAROLINA, I GET THE FUNNY FEELING THAT THE MIDDAY AND EVENING DRAWINGS ARE SOMEHOW CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER, AND THAT YOU CAN'T KEEP THEM SEPARATE, YOU HAVE TO CONSIDER BOTH TOGETHER SOMEHOW.  I CAN'T QUITE PUT MY FINGER ON THE PATTERN BETWEEN MIDDAY AND EVENING THOUGH.  SOUTH CAROLINA IS A TRICKY STATE, IN MY OPINION.

        HOW DOES ANYONE ELSE HANDLE MIDDAY AND EVENING DRAWINGS ???

        I always keep the mid and eve drawing together as a single game here in Ohio. A long time ago, I performed some empirical testing on sequenced draws. I tested the draw histories of several state's pick 3 lotteries, measuring different probabilities along the way. What I found is that the "flow of randomness" most closely follows the laws of probability when the midday and evening draw results are combined together as a continuous sequential draw history.

        Keeping mid and eve draws separate showed vary similar results, though there seemed to be a slightly less adhesion and a few more anomalies. Using a combined draw history, I also tested every 3rd, 4th, and 5th game ....and so on up to every 10th game.  Adhesion really seemed to really fall apart by then.  I often wonder if the same machines that are used for midday drawing are also used for the evening. If they are, I'd definitely go with combining the drawings.

        ~Probability=Odds in Motion~