|Posted: October 1, 2014, 12:22 pm - IP Logged|
A byproduct of running an entire history file (at least the entire history you have) is seeing the trivial, not, not so shocking values, the mundane expectations of what happens day after day, draw after draw, year after year. With few exceptions.
A snap shot of stats, so to speak. And that's what we have here.....
SET is whatever item we are tracking. HITS means HITS.
LNG is THE LONGEST THE ITEM HAS EVER STAYED OUT.
CRR IS HOW LONG THE ITEM IS CURRENTLY OUT.
N-A-ROW IS HOW MANY TIMES THIS ITEM HAS HIT IN A ROW.
S>9 means SUMS OVER 9 (10 to 27).
S<10 means SUMS UNDER 9 (0 to 9).
The rest is pretty basic stuff.
The way I use this information is to compare my Crr with my Lng. Once the Crr starts getting closes to the Lng, time to start looking at plays in that set, or that digit, or whatever the particular item you are tracking happens to be.
N-A-Row is the same except your game is approaching the longest a thing has ever HIT. Example, if we see singles hit 30 times N-A-ROW, we should be hopping on the doubles bandwagon.
Looking at the digits section, these are calculated in ALL POSITIONS, WIN D is right. 8 has hit critical mass. Its redlining.
And although digits do stay out 29 - 32 draws, that is a once in a blue moon affair.
Looks for an 8.
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