|Posted: August 24, 2012, 6:27 am - IP Logged|
Where are your draw per draw figures? Are you only considering skips and averages. I don't use LotSoft so don't fully understand
how you are applying the information other than just using what seems to be long out or least out or averages information.
When you examine the information collected, what are you getting from it? A root sum/sum to play according to skip/missing/average
LotSoft I think is popular and used by quite a few posters here but where is your simple data? Where is your chart of day by day counts?
To choose the expected/due root sum, you also have to examine the sum. I'd start keeping track of both of those for at least 2 months
prior. Root sums are fine but most include up to 3 sum totals. If you develop an eye/knack for sums, root sums are secondary just because
it's more important to find a sum to play - that cuts your plays this way...ROOT SUM 3 includes..sums 3, 12, 21...within those sums
are roughly 25 numbers...if you're looking and expecting a sum 3, you've cut out 22 numbers to consider. Same goes with sum 12...
you've cut numbers out where you have 15 to work with.
The averages alone won't tell you exactly what/when to play...ie: play root 0 for awhile, just because the average skip is 683...and the
current skip is at 792, it does not mean that on draw 793, which puts it over max, it will show. There could easily be a new max record
set. That's for any of the information listed as 'max'. There can always be a new max set.
Another thing, if you started playing the due root 0 at draws skipped of 400....you'd still be playing today, so how long do you hold
it or any? Or just when do you begin playing a long out root/sum?
You have to pair this info you use up with something else...I think what would be helpful to you is to record root and sum info for a
period of time and use that with what you're using now...if you see a skip on root sum 6 (sums 6, 15 and 24) of 3 and the average is
8.67, why is that better than say playing root 3 (sums 3, 12 and 21) which has a skip of 6 and an average of 10.47. Max skips for
both are at 45 and 59...to me that is too long a time for consideration to be placed on what sum/root sum to play.
Try recording 60 days worth of sums/root sums in single columns with the number drawn each day/night.
Look for patterns there.
Are patterns and how roots/sums fall for your country more important than skip info?
My answer is yes.
Playing by skip info alone might have you waiting/guessing for up to 40 draws...or more.
Playing by sum total/root total patterns will not.
246 ~~ 485 ~~ 369 ~~ 890 ~~ 705 ~~ 357 ~~ 129 ~~ 165 ~ 007 ~ 225 ~ 818 ~ 440 ~ 7775 5557