|Posted: October 12, 2011, 4:27 pm - IP Logged|
With nothing better to do on my day off I'm gonna do some testing on this theory. I notice that when pairs 89 or 24 hit, the 0 ball usually follows. It doesn't happen 100% of the time but it happens.
A few points to ponder...
- 2 draw states. It can go from the night to day or day to night or stay on the same draw(eve to eve)
-It would cost you 13.75(online play) to cover all combos with digit 0. If a double shows you get 75$. A single pays 37.50$. If you have a nice bankroll you can spend 67$+ cover all 271 combinations straight to win 225$.
I kind of look at this theory like Lavernes missing digit.
I realize many of you would rather spend 67$ on 11 straights for 25 cents midday to win 225$ than to spend 67$ and hope the 0 ball shows.
heres a couple examples...
monday washington got 244..last night was 540.
tuesday dc night was 124. today midday got 029.
you can check your draw history to see how many times the 89 and 24 pairs brought a 0 next draw.
looking at tonight ...
nebraska got 895 tuesday...play 0 ball tonight.
idaho midday today 895. no play tonight.
missiouri midday 243. no play tonight.
ny mid got 234. no play for evening.
penn mid got 244. no play this evening.
My only test will be in Nebraska tonight. I consider all others not a play because when i look at the previous numbers I don't have a good feeling for the 0 showing up.
p.s. works on the pick 4 too.
I'm an N.S.A.
A Numerical Statistics Analyst.