|Posted: October 14, 2011, 12:20 am - IP Logged|
Are you creating your lottery system based on how you think it should work or what wins?
Are you creating your lottery system in your own image?
Are you creating your lottery system on your perceptions rather than facts?
Are you looking at only one point of view to determine the structure of a winning system?
In the end, does your system require that your final lottery pick is determined on how you feel rather than just the pure facts?
I only bring up these questions, because I sometimes question the foundations on which some of systems presented at the LP are based on.
All comments are welcome. *S*
Hello JKING. I will try and keep this as short and brief as possible. First and foremost, any and all worthwhile approaches to the pick games will be based around the (3) absolute things that numbers must do. One, they must either odd or even. Two, they must be high, low, or mid-range on the numerical scale. These are the ONLY things that numbers can do and no number can do all three simultaneously. This is where anyone should begin to develop their system for combining numbers as everything else is pretty much secondary and becomes a RESULT of these factors.
1) If you create the system around the above mentioned factors then, you'll definitely see that it works...and it also wins.
2) One's image has absolutely nothing to do with combining numbers, okay. It's the number's images you should be concerned with...and the nature of them thereof.
3) If you correctly perceive that the numbers are positioned in high/low/mid-range and odd/even then, these are the facts with which you must select your numbers around.
4) There are (3) points of views to be taken into consideration which I've already described.
5) Always choose your numbers based on the facts of what numbers must do as mentioned above.
Now, there are other contributing factors which directly affect the outcome such as the pre-draws. These are executed to promote parity and fairness in the draws but, they also promote other things like a single number being drawn two or three times in a row in one position. Also, if you look around, you'll see where doubles are drawn back to back in the same positions. Generally, in terms of movement, you'll have one number move one or two positions either up or down. Then, you have one number that'll make an "extreme" movement like (0) all the way to (9) or vice-versa. The third number usually stays within a (3) to (5) place movement...respectfully.
There really is no magic or luck involved with this providing that you're establishing a reasonable amount of coverage in each position...which is the key. I hope this helps.