|Posted: February 1, 2015, 2:29 pm - IP Logged|
As most of you know that wheeling all the box singles consisting of any 7 digits results in 35 Box Single combinations. By singles I mean we exclude double combinations such as 010 and triple combinations such as 000
So I added a tracking page to my software where I track the current skip count for the digits 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 where they have not shown up as a Single box combination. Now you can choose any 7 digits and expect similar results I just chose to track the above digits.
Here is a current picture of the state draws sorted by state which currently have the longest out skip count as of 02/01/2015 at the time of this posting.
Digit String 0 thru 6 Tracking.
Florida is at a current skip count of 23 draws. Remember we are only tracking box Single combinations. So even though 030 fell on 01/31/2015 Midday it does not count because it is a double.
So lets do a little math. 35 box combinations represent 210 straight combinations. So you would expect a Single combination consisting of only digits 0 thru 6 to hit every 5 draws.
The first column tracks how many times digits 0 thru 6 hit as a single combination in the last 365 draws. For the most part the 1 in 5 draws is confirmed.
So for Florida Combined 83 times in the last 365 draws a Single box combination consisting only of digits 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 has hit.
The columns labeled 0 ... 20+ track what the skip count was when a hit occurred in relation to the previous hit.
So using Florida as an example for Column 0 this means that 15 times after a combination from the following list hit:
012 013 014 015 016 023 024 025 026 034 035 036 045 046 056 123 124 125 126 134 135 136 145 146 156 234 235
236 245 246 256 345 346 356 456
That a hit came from the same list in the next very draw or a skip count of 0 which is what Column 0 represents.
You can see that the median value for the skip is typically 2 which mean roughly 50% of the time a hit re-occurs either 0, 1, or 2 skips from the previous hit.
I outlined the Columns 0, 1, and 2 in red to show this. If you add up the columns for Florida Combined for columns 0 thru 2 you get 49 hits. So this says 49 times a box Single has hit within 3 draws of a previous hit out of 85 times in the last 365 draws.
35 combinations are still a lot so some additional filtering tips:
Eliminate all ODD, EVEN, INNER combinations which will leave you with 26 combinations. Typically you are safe eliminating the last Draw's sum, shortsum, rootsum combinations. So if 056 hit in the previous draw eliminate all combinations that have sum 11, root sum 2, short sum 1 and that will get you to 22 combinations.
So my strategy would be to wait for Florida to hit and then see what happens in the next 3 draws after the hit and see if a repeat occurs. For the online player depending on your filtering techniques you have anywhere from 5 to 8 chances to make a profit on this play.