|Posted: July 11, 2010, 10:19 pm - IP Logged|
I am kind of happy to see the clustering go away. I track the Georgia P5 and there is no clustering of Padovan numbers.
One of the tenets of my endeavors is thinking that once an algorithym is discovered that makes the Georgia P5 game profitable, the algorithym will transfer to other P5 games such as PB, or MM, or Ohio P5, or Illinois P5.
You noticed clustering in your P5 game. I did not in my game. Did this mean that should an algorithym be found, it would not transfer to any other P5 game? That had me worried. My worries have disipated (for now).
Thanks for sharing.
Looking forward to your algorithm.
From my end I am patiently waiting (and trying to time it) 4 Padovan, playing this game with minimal possible expense, cluster was there indeed, then 14 draws later another 4 Padovan but without follow up cluster, nothing is predictable to any degree, but having these 12 numbers in constant watch serves dual purpose:
1) to resolve question if a "set sequence" is indeed "trackable" even in a pseudo-statistical sense
2) psychology: ability to restrain/wait or enter and all the emotions associated with the process
and speculative or highly probable case:
3) I can "see" or rather "tell" many are doing exactly what I am doing, last 4 Padovan resulted in a significant delay in result broadcast (generating interesting feedback)
now, since the "set sequence" has not occurred yet (but there were 2 significant close calls) tension is rather high, with each increase in the jackpot (now at 140K) I expect this tension to escalate.
ab actu ad posse valet illatio - from the past one can infer the future