|Posted: February 23, 2013, 5:13 pm - IP Logged|
I think I have methods of tracking numbers that most people don't normally use. Seems a lot of people try to use mathematical formulas for the numbers when all I do is try to use old fashion common sense and observation. You first have to "get to know" your combinations.
I consider Repeats, Alphas, 3 differrent digits vs doubles, and even a what I call "Levels". Over a period of times the 10 digits spread out over usually about 6 different "levels". A "level" is the number of draws it's been since a digit was drawn. If you kept record you would see that most digits will re-draw before they get more then 4 draws out from the last time they appeared.
Of course, nothing is constant, so there is going to be times when digits 5) out or used but if you watch when this happens (or doesn't happen) you can eliminate digits from consideration. Say there were 3 digits 5+ out and you determined only digits from the last 4 draws would be used? You could eliminate 3 digits completely from consideration.
How many Levels will the digits come from? 1....2......3? Hint, they don't normally comes from just 1 Level. Also the number of Levels has an average of being 6 although it does fluctuate between 5 and 7. Sometimes it might go to 8 and seldom does it drop to 4.
Did you know there are 75% more 3 different digit combination in the EXACTS then there are Doubles/Triples?
Did you know the Alpha Patterns have 125 EXACT combinations each? (i.e....OOO-EEE-OOE-EEO-OEO-EOE-OEE-EOO)
Did you know there are only 120 "sets" of 3 different digits and each "set" can be written 6 different ways?
Did you know there are 90 "sets" for Doubles that can be 3 different ways.
Did you know when Doubles appear it will be a 50/50 chance the digits will be either ALL Odd or ALL Even?
Did you know there are only 10 different "sets" of 3 different digits for either ALL ODD or ALL Even?
Finally.....Find 1 digit that is going to appear and determine what "position" (1st, 2nd or 3rd) it will appear in and you can cut your odds from 1:1000 to 1:100. Why? Because there are exactly 100 combinations with any given digit in any specific position.
Like said....Get to know your numbers and you will find ways to at least cut down on what it cost you to play and you just might hit something.
PS: It appears that the next Doubles to draw will involve either digits 4 & 5.....or 8 & 9. This would be 12 EXACT combinations using those sets of digits.