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Lotto Pro Skip and Hit/Hit Sequence Chart

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Posted: August 8, 2012, 2:08 pm - IP Logged

Hello all. I have recently downloaded the Lotto Pro program and I do like what I see.  However, I am absolutely stumped as to how to use the Skip and Hit and the Hit Sequence Charts together (it's very confusing to me).  Can you please give me detailed, step-by-step instructions to clear this up, please?  I got the Skip and Hit chart part already - it just says how many times a number has done back to back hits, skip 1 then hit, skip 2 then hit, etc. in the last how many drawings you have the drawing cutoff set to. But what information am I looking for when looking at the Hit Sequence chart to go along with what I know in the Skip and Hit chart? That is where I am totally confused.

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.  I know there is a post on here that explains it but it is STILL confusing.

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    Posted: August 8, 2012, 2:23 pm - IP Logged

    Hello all. I have recently downloaded the Lotto Pro program and I do like what I see.  However, I am absolutely stumped as to how to use the Skip and Hit and the Hit Sequence Charts together (it's very confusing to me).  Can you please give me detailed, step-by-step instructions to clear this up, please?  I got the Skip and Hit chart part already - it just says how many times a number has done back to back hits, skip 1 then hit, skip 2 then hit, etc. in the last how many drawings you have the drawing cutoff set to. But what information am I looking for when looking at the Hit Sequence chart to go along with what I know in the Skip and Hit chart? That is where I am totally confused.

    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.  I know there is a post on here that explains it but it is STILL confusing.

    The problem with using hit/skip is that when a number becomes "due" it remains due until it's drawn. You'll find that over half the numbers are due while 2, 3, or 4 of the not due numbers are repeating within four or five drawings. You could create average ratio of due and not due numbers, but without being exact, it's not a very good filter.

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      Posted: August 8, 2012, 10:35 pm - IP Logged

      Hello all. I have recently downloaded the Lotto Pro program and I do like what I see.  However, I am absolutely stumped as to how to use the Skip and Hit and the Hit Sequence Charts together (it's very confusing to me).  Can you please give me detailed, step-by-step instructions to clear this up, please?  I got the Skip and Hit chart part already - it just says how many times a number has done back to back hits, skip 1 then hit, skip 2 then hit, etc. in the last how many drawings you have the drawing cutoff set to. But what information am I looking for when looking at the Hit Sequence chart to go along with what I know in the Skip and Hit chart? That is where I am totally confused.

      Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.  I know there is a post on here that explains it but it is STILL confusing.

      Do not waste your money and time with lotto systems buy more tickets with the money instead.

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        Posted: August 9, 2012, 2:59 am - IP Logged

        The problem with using hit/skip is that when a number becomes "due" it remains due until it's drawn. You'll find that over half the numbers are due while 2, 3, or 4 of the not due numbers are repeating within four or five drawings. You could create average ratio of due and not due numbers, but without being exact, it's not a very good filter.

        I agree,

        I always had a skip/due/overdue charts available but seldom used them as these stats were seldom good in predicting winners. Originally I used them for Lotto 6/49 and recently for Pick 3. I use the skip chart for predicting both due and overdue. For due to hit I originally used the most frequent skip value but for Pick 3 I switched to current skip average. For overdue it is always the longest waiting for hit. Like Stack47 I do not find skip charts particularly useful. Backtracks indicate that picking winners based on skips usually lags in efficiency behind other prediction methods.

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          Posted: August 9, 2012, 10:34 am - IP Logged

          Appreciate it, guys.  Anyone have insight on my original question?


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            Posted: August 10, 2012, 2:32 am - IP Logged

            Do not waste your money and time with lotto systems buy more tickets with the money instead.

            Agree with stupid