Welcome Guest
You last visited December 9, 2016, 9:55 pm
All times shown are
Eastern Time (GMT-5:00)

# doubles

Topic closed. 39 replies. Last post 8 months ago by lakerben.

 Page 3 of 3
United States
Member #172977
February 11, 2016
515 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 10:08 am - IP Logged

We're all aware of the most powerful tool in statistics- THE STANDARD DEVIATION, we seem to forget when we quote percentiles. Your 28% of doubles may have a percentile range of 24-32 , how do you factor this in selecting picks or waging?

The standard deviation doesn't necessarily change what I'm looking at, the future. Standard deviation will have the potential to be greater the smaller the sample size. The problem is, there isn't a way to predict which way and to what degree standard deviation will go until you've seen it. The only thing you can say is that in the future, the probability is that 27% (there are 270 doubles combinations out of the 1000 possible combinations) of the draws will include a double. The farther out you go, the more likely it will be closer to that.

I mostly use it to determine how often I can generally expect to win over a certain period of time. I don't see when I would care that 27% of the time doubles hit unless I was playing all of the doubles. Playing a double boxed just gives you 3 of the possible 1000 combos.

New Mexico
United States
Member #86099
January 29, 2010
11119 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 11:19 am - IP Logged

Hey Dick Tracy, I also recognize the font size (gets bigger to illustrate a point) and the text color green Win D favors.

BTW, Win D has become the LP version of Elvis with numerous sightings recently.

Stone Mountain*Georgia
United States
Member #828
November 2, 2002
10491 Posts
Offline
 Posted: June 28, 2014, 9:32 am - IP Logged Favorites

Tip number 1.

If your missing digit is an ODD Digit ..... best chances are to assume the digit winning number will come as a .....MOSTLY to ALL ODD number

Anyone know why?

Same for missing an EVEN Digit........... best chances are ......it will win as an Mostly to ALL Even number

Those are a couple of really big filters for ya...... especially if you're a Digit Hunter/Trapper

Yes it looks that way.

ohio
United States
Member #5030
June 11, 2004
17736 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 11:55 am - IP Logged

thanks for the input everyone

United States
Member #169277
October 10, 2015
630 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 12:45 pm - IP Logged

This was Tennessee Morning drawing today:

Can you see any possibilities before today's morning drawing?

What were we supposed to see there? Other than it was about time for a double to show up?  What are your Z and AB columns tracking?

Pennsylvania
United States
Member #2218
September 1, 2003
5387 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 12:50 pm - IP Logged

What were we supposed to see there? Other than it was about time for a double to show up?  What are your Z and AB columns tracking?

Tracking doubles since that is what the entire thread is about. Removed all trips and singles.

New Mexico
United States
Member #86099
January 29, 2010
11119 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 1:23 pm - IP Logged

Hey Dick Tracy, I also recognize the font size (gets bigger to illustrate a point) and the text color green Win D favors.

BTW, Win D has become the LP version of Elvis with numerous sightings recently.

Stone Mountain*Georgia
United States
Member #828
November 2, 2002
10491 Posts
Offline
 Posted: June 28, 2014, 9:32 am - IP Logged Favorites

Tip number 1.

If your missing digit is an ODD Digit ..... best chances are to assume the digit winning number will come as a .....MOSTLY to ALL ODD number

Anyone know why?

Same for missing an EVEN Digit........... best chances are ......it will win as an Mostly to ALL Even number

Those are a couple of really big filters for ya...... especially if you're a Digit Hunter/Trapper

The one good thing is that reading endless banter helps me sleep.

Winning makes me smile.
bel air maryland
United States
Member #90251
April 24, 2010
4878 Posts
Online
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 2:30 pm - IP Logged

The median skip of P3 digits is 2, so 50% of the time the DD should be a digit at skip 0,1, or 2 (ie, hit in the last, last 2 or last 3 draws).  The other 50% of the time the DD will be a digit with a longer skip than 2.

I did that research for the period of Feb. 2005- Aug. 2011 in my state. The percentages I got may have changed since then, but that's what it was at the time.

"You can observe a lot just by watching." Yogi Berra, Hall of Fame baseball player.

The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

Don't just think outside the box, crush it.

United States
Member #172977
February 11, 2016
515 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 2:35 pm - IP Logged

The one good thing is that reading endless banter helps me sleep.

Laker, I'm sure your cashier is some kind of lotto wizard so your sig means a lot. Btw its just plain 27%. No decimals. 270 combos out of 1000 possible.  Not really that complicated.

Pennsylvania
United States
Member #2218
September 1, 2003
5387 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 9:16 pm - IP Logged

The thread is about doubles.  Laker does it really matter if someone posting in this thread looks similar to a previous member.

Drop it!!

New Mexico
United States
Member #86099
January 29, 2010
11119 Posts
Offline
 Posted: April 3, 2016, 9:54 pm - IP Logged

The thread is about doubles.  Laker does it really matter if someone posting in this thread looks similar to a previous member.

Drop it!!

Excuse me?  You have mail!