|Posted: August 11, 2016, 8:44 am - IP Logged|
95% of the time you can count on 1 or more digits from yesterday's games,
This is a bit misleading because only 36% of the games will have one digit repeat. If
we combine them we muddy the water unless we plan to cover 1, 2, 3, possible repeat
digits. My game shows 79% of games will have at least one or more digits repeat but
for the method to be effective we somehow need to choose the best possible choice for
the next game. Trying to cover them all might sound good but each one we cover means
more lines to play. A 4-digit selection takes 256 lines to cover a straight hit if doubles
trays etc.. are included as possible outcomes. 2 digit repeats show around 31% for my
game which means that 6.9 out of every 10 games on average I would have no chance
of even a box hit. It's very possible that playing mid to eve might increase the overall
but for the most part they will remain constant. I think it was WIN-D that once said
something to the effect that he liked to think that the odds never change but probability
does. This is not true but I agree with the idea as it gives us something to work with.
Anyway, as Red Green use to say, "I am pulling for ya."