|Posted: March 21, 2011, 11:56 am - IP Logged|
guys dont be intimated by my systems to crack Pick4 or Pick3 you have to do it, box because of the collision factor, 1/10 of a second late a ball is and changes the whole scenario...This is one reason why i prefer RNG over balls machines...
you can get lucky but cracking the game will take a box system or a wheel...i said it before...
"because of the collision factor, 1/10 of a second late a ball is and changes the whole scenario...This is one reason why i prefer RNG over balls machines..."
It shouldn't matter how the results are determined because you're still guessing what the results will be.
"you can get lucky but cracking the game will take a box system or a wheel...i said it before..."
I'm surprised you didn't include the millions of dollars we could win each year by "simply" making 8 correct guesses in every drawing. And you forgot to mention the average wager on your 8 guesses to win $5000 is $36 and it's possible some of your guesses could cost you $81 or $54 per drawing.
Let's take a look at how many choices you have. For each digit, your choices are high/even, high/odd, low/even, or low/odd. Putting it that way doesn't look to difficult until you do the math and add up all the choices. Since there are four choices and four digits that equals 256 possible outcomes and your 8 guesses are actually one correct guess out 256 choices. While the odds against winning your bet of 255 to 1 looks a lot better than the pick-4 game odds of 9999 to 1, you'll have to wager on average $36 so the payoff odds are $138 to $1.
You'll have to make 8 correct guesses once out of every 137 drawings just to break even.
The odds against making 6 correct guesses playing pick-3 is 63 to 1. The minimum wager is $8 to win $500 giving you payoff odds of $61.50 to $1 which is less than the odds against.
Considering the ball collision factor, I need better payoff odds than that.