|Posted: April 10, 2012, 9:43 am - IP Logged|
However, if I'm considering it as a Power Number, I consult #6, the Skip and Hit
to determine in which of the three games it is most likely to hit—after skipping one game?
or two games? or three games?! Or, if a Lotto number is having a hot winning hot streak,
I might consider using it as a Power Number
™ ONLY for the drawing most strongly
indicated by the Skip and Hit
® Chart. (Be sure you really know how to read this chart,
though.) Also cross-reference the SMART PICKS
™ from the Quick Stats™, T r a i l i n g
™ and Adjacent Numbers™ with this chart.
The Skip and Hit
® Chart can be a very helpful chart and a powerful tool for fine-tuning the
precise drawing a particular number will hit. Unfortunately, this chart requires several years
of drawings for reliable patterns to form. The Skip and Hit
® Chart and the Companion
® Chart require the most history—more than 200 games—to produce reliable
patterns. Multiple Hit Pattern
® Chart forms useable patterns somewhat sooner.
If a Lotto number has ONE HIT after being out for a LONG time (some 40 or 50 games