|Posted: November 22, 2014, 10:27 pm - IP Logged|
Made mention that the last 6 draws in Texas Night 3 have all come from the same 6 digit set of numbers. That' s quite a lopsided fact. Looking at the NvTrak chart we see that the ONLY numbers not named 1,6,7,8 in the last 7 draws (21 numbers) are 9,2,3. We also see repeats and mirrors have ruled. First position we have the 3/8 mirror followed by the 1/6 mirror. position 2 we have the 7/2/7 followed but 1/6/1/6.
Don't pay much attention to the vTraks when you see this type of pattern. Here's a chart of the digits by position....
When a pattern of this nature happens, you are not getting a full picture of where all those missing digits are. Notice we have 4 digits in each position that are out more than 10 draws, including the 9 out a whopping 55 in the first position, 29 in the second, and digit 3 out 37 draws in the third. We don't need a chart like this to tell us we're missing a lot of digits, but it does help to see what digits are missing.
How does this affect our six digit sets? First, anytime an unmatched set hit, it affects the hit rate of 35 sets, when a double hits, it affect the hit rate of 70 sets. So our chart looks like....
Basically the same chart side by side, just resorted to bring different 'stuff' to the top. X1-X6 is the set, Hit = hits produced by that set, Lng = longest the set has ever been out, Curr= how long currently the set is out, Harow, most hits in a row ever, Carow = current hits in a row.
The right side of the chart we see under Carow that the set 1,2,3,6,7,8 has hit as many times in a row as it historical has. If history is any indicator, it is time for a change.
Here's the iffy part, the part where YOU have to use something other than the computer.
On the left side of the chart, I've calculated the current longest out sets in Curr (in yellow). No way using 6 digits out of 10 possible I can have a complete brand new set.
Therefore, the Lava Lamp predicts tonight's winning number will come from the set 1,2,3,4,5,9.
If this don't work blame Carbob for mentioning 6 digit sets.
(943, 953, 923, 453 played exact/boxed)
The Lava Lamp,
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