|Posted: July 21, 2012, 8:51 am - IP Logged|
Just wanted to make a few comments this morning that you should consider. Yesterday I mentioned that
TG=3 would be showing soon, This was not a prediction but a cycle I see all the time with different filters
options. The thing here is that when / if you are considering playing some exact value such as TG=3 then
take some time and think about what effect this will have on the rest of your setup.
3-1-1 -> One group must supply 3 numbers and two groups must supply 1 number each
2-2-1 -> Two groups must supply 2 numbers and one group must supply 1 number
Last night MM groups H and I both supplied 2 of the 5 winning numbers and group A supplied (1)
A supplied number (2)
H supplied numbers (44) + (48)
I supplied numbers (50) + (52)
If I thought that TG=3 was going to hit I would select groups to block because the odds are 7 in 10 giving you
a large advantage even if selecting them at random. Your first choice has a 70% chance of being correct no
matter which group you choose to block. Now you are left with 6 in 9 for the second choice or a 66% chance
for the second and the third 5 of 8 gives 62.5% chance of being correct for blocking which is also dependent on
the two previous choices. You can in a TG=3 game select 4 groups to block before the odds reach 50/50. When
you commit to a certain value hitting then play it like you mean it, meaning, plan your whole game around it.
There are 120 possible possible ways to choose 3 of the ten groups and many of the groups have overlaps.
For example each group will show 36 times in the 120. When playing TG=5 then your first selection is 50/50
but for the the second choice you should consider the odds for the second choice. Lets say that you select Group
(A) to show in the next draw. This leaves you with 9 groups of which 5 will not show. Your second choice should
be a group to block because the odds are better providing your first selection was correct. Using this sort of logic
will help. Don't allow your self to second guess, once you make a choice, Stand on it so to speak. Take on the mind
set that your selection has authority because if you don't then every selection you make will be wishy washy and the
game will leave you feeling like a stepchild. Look over all the data that pertains to the values at hand like a judge
reviewing the evidence and once you have considered everything then drop to gavel. Once a decission is made then
don't change it unless some powerful new information is produced that draws into question your first choice. Last
nights draw only looks weird if you look at it from the point of TG=4 or 5 but dead on for a TG=3. Consider this and it
should help tremendously. One of the biggest pitfalls is to approach the game with a biased mindset. We have to
rid, our better yet be able to adjust the bias based on a few simple pointers. If playing a TG=3 setup then set your
bias to a TG=3 drawing. This kind of stuff is not discussed here on LP very often but IMHP may be the most important
part of playing the lottery.