|Posted: February 3, 2010, 12:19 am - IP Logged|
Yes.. good project. It should be interesting to see how the QP's fare compared to the Smart Picks in a test run.
Tonight ( 2/2)... the 20's were missing from the winning draw.
It wasn't like this back in November and December. Usually, there was a spread of numbers from each group, ( singles, teens, 20's and 30's.)
This new trend seems to have started right around January 1st ?
The only adantage I can see to this trend... is that if you can pick which numbers are going to be missing... it will greatly reduce your field of play and make a wheel a much better bet.
If, for instance, you can correctly predict that the teens and the 20's will be missing from a draw... that would leave only 16 numbers to play in a wheel. It might be worth it to play a big wheel under these conditions? Don't know.. still checking it out. I haven't been able to detect any real patterns in the missing groups.
"In Lotto... the trend is your friend.."