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Best strategy for using real time data from 2 Keno websites

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Posted: May 9, 2016, 9:17 pm - IP Logged

I recently discovered this website called makenodata.

 

It has the following types of data:

 

Today's Keno Data

 

Last Hour Keno Data

 

Last 2 Hours Raw Keno Data

 

Spot Overdue Numbers

 

Spot Hot Numbers All Day

 

Spot Cold Numbers All Day

 

Spot Hot Numbers Last Hour

 

Spot Cold Numbers Last Hour

 

Overdue and Under Drawn

 

Grouping Counts Report

 

My question is this: what is the best strategy for using the data from this website for number selection for best results?

 

Also, there is another website called Kenostat

 

This website refreshes about every 4 minutes and has data based on:

 

Last 10 Draws

Last 15 Draws

Last 20 Draws

Last 30 Draws

Last 40 Draws

Last 50 Draws

Last 75 Draws

Last 100 draws.

 

It has a scale of frequency key that ranks the numbers from cold to hot.

 

I am primarily concentrating on the last 10, 15 and 20 draws data.  The website refreshes with a new chart every 4 minutes that ranks each number from cold to hot by frequency --   a number drawn 1x in the last X number of draws being cold to a number drawn 12x in the last X number of draws being hot, for example.

 

I was thinking what is the best way or strategy to combine the data from both websites for number selection for best results?  Does anyone have any ideas?  I mainly play the 9 spot game.

 

Both websites are free to use.

Thank you very much for any advice you can give.

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    Posted: May 10, 2016, 8:32 am - IP Logged

    Both these websites appear to use data only from Mass. 

    Search keno strategies, keno power numbers, keno lock numbers, on LP. You will find a wealth of information.

    As with any lottery strategy, the key is knowledge, and data.

     Rock Chalk Jayhawk

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      Posted: May 10, 2016, 3:17 pm - IP Logged

      Both websites are free to use.

      Thank you very much for any advice you can give.

      I'd like to hear your advice on using the charts for free!