I came across this and I am not sure what to make of it.
Chart I is the Odd/Even Bias Tracker.
Honestly I almost never use "chart I" as I find there is almost never a strong bias, and its almost impossible to see a large bias in a long term trend in SLAP.
In the OLT (The Old Lottery Testament), La Propheta says (and I paraphrase) "wait until you have a large bias of perhaps 15E, and then do a wheel with all Odd numbers." Or something like that.
The trouble is that for lottery players, a bias of 15E has an occurence of perhaps once a year if you are lucky.
Unfortunately I don't have the patience to sit around and wait for that once a year chance. It would probably happen when I am at vacation in Greece anyway.
(and I never met a lottery player, who just sat around not playing.)
I started to look at a possible bias in excel using straight subtraction, and was testing things, and then I wanted to compare my data to SLAG data.
And this data in SLAG confuses me.
So this is for three different games.
How can a 26odd/24even have no bias?
For NY Why would 10 more odd numbers have a bias of 4 odd?
Last but not least
Thoughts, feelings, ideas?
Am I overlooking some metaphysical mathematical probabilty permutation distribution or something?
Where is the nexus?
Is there a better way to analyze this data?
What could be added to this chart to make it better?
Any feedback will be appreciated.
Until I can figure this out, I will not be using this chart.