|Posted: June 28, 2013, 9:01 am - IP Logged|
Can you explain the steps or logic behind your digits selections. Blocking 3 digits should be fairly easy most
days. I have said many times that I don't believe lottery number's can be predicted but we can compile a list
of what we feel has the best chance of showing and then let the software build the lines. Do you use hand
workouts and by this I mean printing out the last so many games and then study the data? I like to write
down on paper the last 20 draws for either mid-day or evening using pen and paper. I then look for stuff
that kind of sticks out. Writing out the numbers by hand seems to help. I suggest copying the games shown
in the history on the right side to the program. start at the bottom of the list and work up. Next just mark, circle
etc anything that stands out to you. Using eye, hand analysis helps in ways that I can't explain.
Consider this, here at LP there are many spread sheets, graphs etc.. that have very good information. The thing
I see with these is that the author often poor over the data by hand, finds the information then makes a spread
sheet, graph etc showing his/her findings. Because the game is random the information may be short lived.
Some are designed for longer use but the point I wish to make is that it's the pooring over the data that brings
about the information in the first place. I am new to the daily games and what I find is that only a few games are
needed to settle on a strategy.
I have also said many times that it's natural for the mind to try to place some sort of order to everything we attempt
to understand, even random. This is like trying to apply classical physics to quantum physics, it does not work. The
only way to know for certain what will show next is to wait until the drawing. Standard math can tell us many things
like how many lines are needed to cover so many digits for a box hit but it can't predict which digits will hit in the next
draw, for this we need to train our minds to think a little differently. I think that anyone who is having trouble blocking
3 digits is using too much math in their analysis.