|Posted: February 12, 2016, 8:36 am - IP Logged|
I disagree. I only play cold/due digits and do quite well in mapping out straight hits. I chart back 30 days, using separate (not combined) data for each draw. If a digit has not hit in any given position for 30 days or more, you better be on it because it's coming. It comes down to a matter of preference, but personally, I never play hot digits, avoid them like the plague.
> I never play hot digits, avoid them like the plague.
Very true! Any of my previous posts detail the basis of my system being coin flips and how many flips in a row can one expect. The more sides to the coin, the more complicated it gets. It took me almost 6 months to set up the first series of formulas for the Big Game, and it's been constantly tweaked ever since.
There are only two bits of data available: 1) what number hit 2) and how many draws ago it hit. There are so many thousands of calculations one can make from those two data points.
> If a digit has not hit in any given position for 30 days or more
I'm gonna use a term that I've never used before with the daily 3: tides. No, I don't use those newly found gravity waves, or lunar cycles, but I just got the idea between "mapping" and "straight" and knowing it can't be straight forward like that. If you think of hot and cold streaks like the ebb and flow of the tides, you will see big tides and little tides within the larger tides. A little back tide against a large forward tide still has an effect. Every number has it's own tide, within the larger ocean of tides, with lots of little tides mixed in for good measure. That's what going through my head for an explanation, it's just not coming out as elegantly as imagined.
Fortunately for the lotto, those tides are all random, with the little tides seemingly extra random, but not really. It's all the same randomness. The number 30 is what I question. Not only do I use a different base number, but based on many other factors, simply looking at frequency alone, determines dynamic changes in the look back period, but also dynamically based on other factors.
Here on LP, I gather all the daily 3 numbers from the previous days results then use a very simplified version of my system because I don't have hours to spare before numbers are generated. It is an aggregate number of all states combined for the purpose of tracking winning percentages against all states. Therefore, I cannot play those numbers for my state. Every change in my recorded LP predictions may swing my numbers up or down. That's how I measure my success. I made a huge mistake in January 2016 and accidentally flipped a sign in a formula, essentially setting my system to hot numbers and my numbers were abysmal in January. I fixed it on Jan 31 and my Feb numbers are starting to recover because the system plays cold numbers now. I think at one point my Jan take in was under 30% with hot numbers. In Feb some periods were over 77% with cold numbers. That's all I need to know. I really wish I could give the numbers that I actually play at the terminal but it just takes too long to calculate, like I said.
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