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Breaking down Daily 4 a Preliminary Report

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Posted: January 6, 2016, 12:56 pm - IP Logged

Hottest past 50 ca p4

2,4,7,9

then I add the adjacent number then a +111. Compare and then try some of these for 2 weeks.

 

 

 

 

2479
3580
59159
6060
7171
8282
9393
0404
1515
2626
3737
4848
5959
6060

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    Games in Data   2743      Last Game           2777     

    "R" Hits      Hits     Frequency         Games Out            GO/F

    1                  305            9                         21               234%

    4                  544            5                           7               139%

    3                 1050           2.6                       3                115%

    2                  802            3.4                       1                 29%

    0                  49             56                         2                 4%

    Looking at the options, 0 can be eliminated for a few draws.  I should noted that there are not that many combinations created from this option so it can be played for less than the other 4 options.  Monitoring the Games out Divided by the Frequency shows which options are due or overdue.

    With this decision there is a 1:5 Chance of being right (1:4 if 0 is excluded)

    Decision 2 is what positions will the R and N Groups occupy in the Draw.  The number of options is determined by the first decision as follows: 0=NNNN; 1= NNNR, NNRN, NRNN, RNNN; 2= NNRR, NRNR, NRRN, RNNR, RNRN, RRNN; 3= NRRR, RNRR, RRNR, RRRN; 4= RRRR.   The odds of getting this right (assuming decision 1 is correct) vary from 1:1 for 1:6.

    This is the key to the whole thing.  Take your last draw and the numbers that did not hit then pick how many "R: numbers you think will hit based on your tracking.  Hopefully tracking and practice can improve on the 1:5 statistic.

    I have modified my P4 spreadsheet to track these possibilities.

    "There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

    ~Robert A. Heinlein

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      Posted: January 7, 2016, 12:42 pm - IP Logged

      Hottest past 50 ca p4

      2,4,7,9

      then I add the adjacent number then a +111. Compare and then try some of these for 2 weeks.

       

       

       

       

      2479
      3580
      59159
      6060
      7171
      8282
      9393
      0404
      1515
      2626
      3737
      4848
      5959
      6060

      5252 was the hit. Close!

       

       

      Keep an eye out for the rest with this method.

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