|Posted: September 9, 2013, 11:28 pm - IP Logged|
hi everybody !!!!!!!
im back lol !!!
i hope everyone is fine here and doing well $$$$$$$$$$$$$
took a break for a while
a quick question
is there a rule of thumb or average length a time a digit remains hot and playable
i know it can change daily and there are alot of factors
in the last 30 draws digit 8 was hottest
is there and average length of time until this number will go cold
a ballpark average figure thats all im looking for
from my studies i would say another 20 - 30 draws
so a total of 50-60 draws before the cycle changes
One way to tell how long #'s stay hot is, when you see a # hit after 5 misses, count how many times it hits untill it misses
4 or 5 days again. You can do this with any number. (Skip - hit charts are a must for this). I have found a good hot streak is
around 12 hits. Some times it may go longer or it may only last 6 or 7 hits. If you look back on your chart you can get
a feel for how long hot streaks will continue by what the # has done recently. If you see some 3-5 day skips keep an eye
on it. If the skips start getting down to 1 or 2 days its hot. Stick with it till it skips 3 days, if it hits and it doesn't hit again
after the next 2 days it's done. If it goes 4 days without hitting, it done also.
One more thing, if a # has missed 10 or more days stay away from it. Forget about playing it because it's due. It might not
hit for another week. Especially if it's on a 2nd, 10 day plus losing streak. Even if it hits 2 or 3 days in a row. Stay away!!!
It will NOT get hot. That 2 or 3 day run is just a tease. If you play it, you will lose your $$$. I'm speaking from experience
here... Don't do it.
"You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.
The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.
Don't just think outside the box, crush it.