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Is there any site for an Odds/Even Analyzer?

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Taichung
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Hello all, im looking to see if i can find a good analyzer for odds/evens count and something that looks for for patterns and predicts.

Does anyone know of any?

Thanks!

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Hello all, im looking to see if i can find a good analyzer for odds/evens count and something that looks for for patterns and predicts.

Does anyone know of any?

Thanks!

Hi,

I think you will find that it has already been analyzed.

Your best bets are 3 odd/2 even or 2 odd/3 even. The both have the highest percentages of occurrance.

The ones you want to stay away from are no odd/5 even and 5 odd/no even.

I hope this helps. *S*

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bgonÃ§alves
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Hi,

I think you will find that it has already been analyzed.

Your best bets are 3 odd/2 even or 2 odd/3 even. The both have the highest percentages of occurrance.

The ones you want to stay away from are no odd/5 even and 5 odd/no even.

I hope this helps. *S*

Hello, it would be nice to see the position of such pairs = 2.3   The two pairs where they are or where they are the three odd? In what positions vertically? thanks
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It's not really better to play 2/3 or 3/2 as compared to 1/4,4/1 or 0/5,5/0.

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 Posted: August 30, 2011, 10:26 am - IP Logged

Hello all, im looking to see if i can find a good analyzer for odds/evens count and something that looks for for patterns and predicts.

Does anyone know of any?

Thanks!

You should be able to do that with any decent lottery program whether it was designed with that in mind or not.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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It's not really better to play 2/3 or 3/2 as compared to 1/4,4/1 or 0/5,5/0.

What are your reasons for the above statements,see image.

This is a 5/36 game.

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What are your reasons for the above statements,see image.

This is a 5/36 game.

Their frequencies are higher, because there are more of them.  If you only played 2 odds, 3 evens, and I only played 0 odds/ 5 evens, your group would hit more, because your group has more number combinations overall.

If we both have the same budget we have the same odds.  But even theoretically - if you played ever 2O/3E and I played every 0O/5E then even though you'd hit the JP more often, I'd play less numbers overall.

The % column in your example indicates the percent of combinations that include each group.  So If I only play out of 0/5, then I'd have a chance to win the JP less often, only when 0/5 shows - but a much higher chance that on the draw that a 0/5 comes, it'll be mine.

So the odds are the same, on any line played, wierd looking or not.  The reason "wierd looking" lines come up so much less is because they're less abundunt.

Think about it like this.  In a raffle with 100,000 tickets which is more likely to come out?  Ticket 000001 or ticket 053492?

Nether?  They have the same odds of being picked!  But, the ticket is more likely to be in between 10000 and 90000 than outside of it, simply because there are more numbers from 10000-90000 than outside of it.

bgonÃ§alves
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 Posted: August 30, 2011, 11:19 am - IP Logged

Hello, boneu LOTTERY IN 36 / 5 it is possible to odd / even by position Exempl0 = 20,15,18,25,34 pair gave the 1st 3rd and 5th odd given the 2nd and 3rd And how many even numbers of triplets is possible? Or trios of odd? Yes, because knowing the trio some other course numbers will be two pairs (When 3 / 2), you can see this statistic in the vertical position of each   Of odd and even a lottery, making an excel sheet? thanks

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Hello, boneu LOTTERY IN 36 / 5 it is possible to odd / even by position Exempl0 = 20,15,18,25,34 pair gave the 1st 3rd and 5th odd given the 2nd and 3rd And how many even numbers of triplets is possible? Or trios of odd? Yes, because knowing the trio some other course numbers will be two pairs (When 3 / 2), you can see this statistic in the vertical position of each   Of odd and even a lottery, making an excel sheet? thanks

I'm sorry I don't know if I understand what you're asking.

If what you're asking is how many odd trios you can make - then the answer for a 5/36 game is 18*17*16 or 4,896 Odd trios.

bgonÃ§alves
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I'm sorry I don't know if I understand what you're asking.

If what you're asking is how many odd trios you can make - then the answer for a 5/36 game is 18*17*16 or 4,896 Odd trios.

Hello Briney, a lottery 36 / 5 Trios pairs = 816   Odd Trios 816    Doubles pairs = 153   153 = Odd Couples   Tota = adding the two trios Odd Couple plus the odd and even Dupas = total = 1938

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