|Posted: August 31, 2012, 2:04 pm - IP Logged|
I just took a look at Belgium Pick 3 draws and what I saw is very interesting.
Their doubles appear consistently much more frequently than average which is 27%.
For example, period ending Aug 30/12 - last 15 & 30 draws doubles 46%, last 50 draws - 44%.
Amazing consistency for such an extended period of time. I've seen spikes in doubles over 40%
before but they were generally short lived.
Now, my question is for those on LP who actively play or only observe Belgium Pick 3 -
have you seen such consistently high doubles before, which would indicate a certain
trend in the whole lottery, or is this only a temporary deviation? I remember somebody
a few weeks ago complaining on LP as having difficulty to "crack" Belgium Pick 3 with
singles and maybe this was an expression of consistently high doubles.
Why is this important? With doubles running consistently above 40% of all draws you
can also consistently make money (and I mean profit, not just wining).