|Posted: November 13, 2010, 4:36 pm - IP Logged|
Goodevening edessakngiht could you pls give us an example?
Let's say that I've got 5 no hitters i.e 35 51 52 56 70 how should I suppose to play them? Take into a count that if the keno game in your country is based on a true random generator you could not find more than 8-9 no hitters at most
within 10 draws!
Do understand your statistical point about RNG; while I do prefer live keno games as RNG & live results are often different. Still this suggested strategy's intention is to out run the neagtive no hit streak with a positive profit.
In my experience I usually have several no hitters at the end of 10 games but not oftenas many as 8-9.
~For this testing experiement that your 5 unhit above numbers, as an example, and mark each one as a one spot
~Next procede to chase each remaining unit number with this Fibonachi power progression: 1-1-2-3-5-8-13-etc. In essence your wager is commencing on the #11 game following the 10 unhit pre-qualifiers and contnue up to 20 or 21th max game.
~It is possible to play each one spot kings & all the grouped no hit numbers simultaneously on seperate tickets
~Based on these number of no hit occurances plus a no limit power progression, you should hit in the upper 90's % if the RNG is fair - but not each & every time, mind you, as nothing virtually wins 100% unless it's a fixed game.
Before you risk a penny, do back test any number of times until you gain adequet personal adaptation and confidence .
Any further questions; just remember I am not posting on the board on a daily basis.
L@@K forward to seeing your positive results soon >>>>>