Quote: Originally posted by JeetKuneDoLotto on October 7, 2021

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.

PA 5/43

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

FL

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.

Please ignore the previous spredsheets(PB,NY,FL sheets shared earlier) and tables in my posts - they have some wrong formula.

Shouldn't this how bias has to be calculated – ordered from latest draw to past draws in descending order?

For example, for 10/7/2021 Midday the row data should show me last ten counts 10/7/2021 Midday (including current day) to 10/3/2021 Evening

So, for pick 5 drawings in your example, 50 E/O indicators are present for 10 draws. A bias is when either even or odd goes above its ½ percentile. With 50: 25 E/25 O is normal - i.e., equally present without bias. The table points us to how the bias moved from Odd to Even every 10 draws.

Not sure how GH Advantage Gold handles it but for a normal user this tracking might be helpful.

Shouldn't this how bias has to be calculated – ordered from latest draw to past draws in descending order?

For example, for 10/7/2021 Midday the row data should show me last ten counts 10/7/2021 Midday (including current day) to 10/3/2021 Evening

So, for pick 5 drawings in your example, 50 E/O indicators are present for 10 draws. A bias is when either even or odd goes above its ½ percentile. With 50: 25 E/25 O is normal - i.e., equally present without bias. The table points us to how the bias moved from Odd to Even every 10 draws.

Not sure how GH Advantage Gold handles it but for a normal user this tracking might be helpful.

Good Luck

The fraction indicators occur up until We get to 10 draws from the very first draw. After the 10 draws are available there won't be fractions.

Advantage Gold may be slightly different from this bias table. I haven't read the book nor do I have the software. This is how I see the E/O bias.

Its kinda strange looking at odd even only. The hi low odd even mix of 82 numbers comes out roughly 50 percent of the time in box pick 3 numbers. However it looks like you are looking at the big games. Thats a different ball of wax :)

Quote: Originally posted by lottologix on October 9, 2021

Its kinda strange looking at odd even only. The hi low odd even mix of 82 numbers comes out roughly 50 percent of the time in box pick 3 numbers. However it looks like you are looking at the big games. Thats a different ball of wax :)

Yes the software under discussion is more of for 5 or 6 pick JP/Big games.

Quote: Originally posted by AllenB on October 9, 2021

In a 5/69 draw there is 1 more odd ball than Even Balls. Do you adjust the Even Count to account for this?

Allen

Good one.

Big reply so please take time to read it.

Even Odd is naturally occurring characteristic feature of numbers. I haven't tried to change the balancing by introducing any bias equalization factor in bias tracking or so. There would be slight bias towards odd than even in these cases where we can't divide the matrix into exact halves.

In big games, I tend to see Low/High and In/Out differently as we split them up the way we want and when matrixes change, a number in these groups will switch from Low to High or In to Out vice versa based on where they are in the matrix (middle - where more transitions happen over matrix changes). This makes it difficult to take any advantage in tracking complete history in one view over single matrix – but running stats on past matrix sets might help identify some patterns). Even/Odd is more constant when compared to Low/High or In/Out.

After you mentioned, I was thinking about whether a bias skew balancer factoris needed totackle this imbalance in unequal split 5/69 to 35 Odds and 34 Evens. I am just used to seeing the trend in overall Even Odd Movement for the current matrix.

50 numbers drawn in 10 draws: expected balance in fully balanced ½ split matrix is 25 EVENS and 25 ODDS.

So, for unequal 10 draws bias

My factor for 10 draws in pick 5 when there is a bias : 0.5 * 10 = 0.05

last 10 E bias: for even: add factor

=(K2-L2) + (0.05*(L2-K2))

last 10 O bias: for odd: subtract factor

=L2-K2 - (0.05*(L2-K2))

Days when odd bias was in its peak:

02/14/2018

02/10/2018

09/24/2016

Taking 2/14/2018

Odd bias peak caused by:

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

02/14/2018

37-39-44-46-69 [26]

2

3

5

608

627

1235

-19

16

34

-17.1

17.1

O8.55

-8.55

POWERBALL

02/10/2018

1-13-27-41-59 [20]

0

5

5

606

624

1230

-18

16

34

-17.1

17.1

O8.55

-8.55

POWERBALL

02/07/2018

23-34-35-40-47 [10]

2

3

5

606

619

1225

-13

18

32

-13.3

13.3

O6.65

-6.65

POWERBALL

02/03/2018

15-23-27-48-53 [6]

1

4

5

604

616

1220

-12

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

01/31/2018

4-7-14-46-59 [22]

3

2

5

603

612

1215

-9

21

29

-7.6

7.6

O3.8

-3.80

POWERBALL

01/27/2018

17-21-26-47-54 [7]

2

3

5

600

610

1210

-10

21

29

-7.6

7.6

O3.8

-3.80

slided down to other side with more hopping of 3-2 and 2-3 and more 2-3(O-E):

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

03/10/2018

43-44-54-61-69 [22]

2

3

5

624

646

1270

-22

20

30

-9.5

9.5

O4.75

-4.75

POWERBALL

03/07/2018

6-13-19-36-51 [18]

2

3

5

622

643

1265

-21

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

03/03/2018

13-17-25-36-40 [5]

2

3

5

620

640

1260

-20

20

30

-9.5

9.5

O4.75

-4.75

POWERBALL

02/28/2018

12-30-59-65-69 [16]

2

3

5

618

637

1255

-19

20

30

-9.5

9.5

O4.75

-4.75

POWERBALL

02/24/2018

24-25-38-62-63 [6]

3

2

5

616

634

1250

-18

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

02/21/2018

7-15-31-34-36 [8]

2

3

5

613

632

1245

-19

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

02/17/2018

13-26-39-44-62 [2]

3

2

5

611

629

1240

-18

17

33

-15.2

15.2

O7.6

-7.60

Fully brought down to no bias with:

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

03/17/2018

22-57-59-60-66 [7]

3

2

5

631

649

1280

-18

25

25

0

0

None

0.00

POWERBALL

03/14/2018

6-12-24-41-68 [9]

4

1

5

628

647

1275

-19

22

28

-5.7

5.7

O2.85

-2.85

Not sure about the 10-count bias.

For even similar days when the bias was even peak value:

06/17/2020

12/06/2017

12/02/2017

11/15/2017

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

07/01/2020

15-28-52-53-63 [18]

2

3

5

1213

1262

2475

-49

25

25

0

0

None

0.00

POWERBALL

06/27/2020

9-36-49-56-62 [8]

3

2

5

1211

1259

2470

-48

27

23

3.8

-3.8

E1.9

1.9

POWERBALL

06/24/2020

15-22-27-33-46 [23]

2

3

5

1208

1257

2465

-49

27

23

3.8

-3.8

E1.9

1.9

POWERBALL

06/20/2020

10-31-41-63-67 [5]

1

4

5

1206

1254

2460

-48

30

20

9.5

-9.5

E4.75

4.75

POWERBALL

06/17/2020

7-10-63-64-68 [10]

3

2

5

1205

1250

2455

-45

33

17

15.2

-15.2

E7.6

7.6

POWERBALL

06/13/2020

2-12-32-50-65 [5]

4

1

5

1202

1248

2450

-46

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

06/10/2020

10-33-41-52-54 [18]

3

2

5

1198

1247

2445

-49

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

06/06/2020

1-17-38-68-69 [18]

2

3

5

1195

1245

2440

-50

31

19

11.4

-11.4

E5.7

5.7

POWERBALL

06/03/2020

1-3-26-41-64 [17]

2

3

5

1193

1242

2435

-49

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

05/30/2020

13-32-41-58-60 [14]

3

2

5

1191

1239

2430

-48

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

05/27/2020

38-58-59-64-68 [21]

4

1

5

1188

1237

2425

-49

29

21

7.6

-7.6

E3.8

3.8

POWERBALL

05/23/2020

2-8-18-21-23 [16]

3

2

5

1184

1236

2420

-52

26

24

1.9

-1.9

E0.95

0.95

POWERBALL

05/20/2020

18-34-40-42-50 [9]

5

0

5

1181

1234

2415

-53

27

23

3.8

-3.8

E1.9

1.9

POWERBALL

05/16/2020

8-12-26-39-42 [11]

4

1

5

1176

1234

2410

-58

25

25

0

0

None

0.00

5/0, 4/1 and some 3/2 on one end favors the peak value. A trap can be set to catch 4/1 or ¼ or 5/1 or 1/5 bias. But it would be for short duration of 5 to 6 draws. And then retract. Total of 7 times the top peak values for each side together happened.

Odd

02/14/2018

02/10/2018

09/24/2016

Even

06/17/2020

12/06/2017

12/02/2017

11/15/2017

Once a year the extreme peak happens(or 4 times in 5 years). There will be some more near extreme identifiers that might also be good candidate. Finders Keepers.

If we can lock that 4-1 and 5-0 then it’s lesser set of numbers to deal with e.g., ½ of the numbers for 5-0 or 0-5. The catch is that the rest of the filters from own software/wheel/paid software/wheel or perfect combination of filters in tools like DMP-MG, TLEX and DMP-HT have to be set correctly to get 3/5, 4/5 or 5/5.

I started filtering my set of combos through DMP-MG. And as RL mentions, the numbers themselves need not be looked at directly till filling slips instead various filters with expected times and average times by probability can be used instead of them. I like DMP-MG, TLEX and DMP-HT as they focus on different characteristics of the same winning combos/all combos from another view.

This is just the Even Odd Bias. We can do In/Out, Low/High. There is no limit to tracking.

Using 2/3 3/2 O/E or E/O gives more combos to filter and deal with and in the game on more days to win. Whereas ¼ 0/5 4/1 5/0 give lesser combos to filter and deal with but keep us out of the game for more days and we are in real play on fewer days. I am more of unstable – I keep switching filters on every draw.

Let me know whether you you have any ideas or suggestions.

Quote: Originally posted by thamizhpayan on October 9, 2021

Allen

Good one.

Big reply so please take time to read it.

Even Odd is naturally occurring characteristic feature of numbers. I haven't tried to change the balancing by introducing any bias equalization factor in bias tracking or so. There would be slight bias towards odd than even in these cases where we can't divide the matrix into exact halves.

In big games, I tend to see Low/High and In/Out differently as we split them up the way we want and when matrixes change, a number in these groups will switch from Low to High or In to Out vice versa based on where they are in the matrix (middle - where more transitions happen over matrix changes). This makes it difficult to take any advantage in tracking complete history in one view over single matrix – but running stats on past matrix sets might help identify some patterns). Even/Odd is more constant when compared to Low/High or In/Out.

After you mentioned, I was thinking about whether a bias skew balancer factoris needed totackle this imbalance in unequal split 5/69 to 35 Odds and 34 Evens. I am just used to seeing the trend in overall Even Odd Movement for the current matrix.

50 numbers drawn in 10 draws: expected balance in fully balanced ½ split matrix is 25 EVENS and 25 ODDS.

So, for unequal 10 draws bias

My factor for 10 draws in pick 5 when there is a bias : 0.5 * 10 = 0.05

last 10 E bias: for even: add factor

=(K2-L2) + (0.05*(L2-K2))

last 10 O bias: for odd: subtract factor

=L2-K2 - (0.05*(L2-K2))

Days when odd bias was in its peak:

02/14/2018

02/10/2018

09/24/2016

Taking 2/14/2018

Odd bias peak caused by:

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

02/14/2018

37-39-44-46-69 [26]

2

3

5

608

627

1235

-19

16

34

-17.1

17.1

O8.55

-8.55

POWERBALL

02/10/2018

1-13-27-41-59 [20]

0

5

5

606

624

1230

-18

16

34

-17.1

17.1

O8.55

-8.55

POWERBALL

02/07/2018

23-34-35-40-47 [10]

2

3

5

606

619

1225

-13

18

32

-13.3

13.3

O6.65

-6.65

POWERBALL

02/03/2018

15-23-27-48-53 [6]

1

4

5

604

616

1220

-12

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

01/31/2018

4-7-14-46-59 [22]

3

2

5

603

612

1215

-9

21

29

-7.6

7.6

O3.8

-3.80

POWERBALL

01/27/2018

17-21-26-47-54 [7]

2

3

5

600

610

1210

-10

21

29

-7.6

7.6

O3.8

-3.80

slided down to other side with more hopping of 3-2 and 2-3 and more 2-3(O-E):

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

03/10/2018

43-44-54-61-69 [22]

2

3

5

624

646

1270

-22

20

30

-9.5

9.5

O4.75

-4.75

POWERBALL

03/07/2018

6-13-19-36-51 [18]

2

3

5

622

643

1265

-21

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

03/03/2018

13-17-25-36-40 [5]

2

3

5

620

640

1260

-20

20

30

-9.5

9.5

O4.75

-4.75

POWERBALL

02/28/2018

12-30-59-65-69 [16]

2

3

5

618

637

1255

-19

20

30

-9.5

9.5

O4.75

-4.75

POWERBALL

02/24/2018

24-25-38-62-63 [6]

3

2

5

616

634

1250

-18

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

02/21/2018

7-15-31-34-36 [8]

2

3

5

613

632

1245

-19

19

31

-11.4

11.4

O5.7

-5.70

POWERBALL

02/17/2018

13-26-39-44-62 [2]

3

2

5

611

629

1240

-18

17

33

-15.2

15.2

O7.6

-7.60

Fully brought down to no bias with:

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

03/17/2018

22-57-59-60-66 [7]

3

2

5

631

649

1280

-18

25

25

0

0

None

0.00

POWERBALL

03/14/2018

6-12-24-41-68 [9]

4

1

5

628

647

1275

-19

22

28

-5.7

5.7

O2.85

-2.85

Not sure about the 10-count bias.

For even similar days when the bias was even peak value:

06/17/2020

12/06/2017

12/02/2017

11/15/2017

Game

Date

Draw

Even Count

Odd Count

Total

Even Balance Count

Odd Balance Count

Total Balance Count

Even To Odd Totals Delta

last 10 even

last 10 odd

last 10 E bias

last 10 O bias

BIAS INDICATOR

Bias as Plottable number

POWERBALL

07/01/2020

15-28-52-53-63 [18]

2

3

5

1213

1262

2475

-49

25

25

0

0

None

0.00

POWERBALL

06/27/2020

9-36-49-56-62 [8]

3

2

5

1211

1259

2470

-48

27

23

3.8

-3.8

E1.9

1.9

POWERBALL

06/24/2020

15-22-27-33-46 [23]

2

3

5

1208

1257

2465

-49

27

23

3.8

-3.8

E1.9

1.9

POWERBALL

06/20/2020

10-31-41-63-67 [5]

1

4

5

1206

1254

2460

-48

30

20

9.5

-9.5

E4.75

4.75

POWERBALL

06/17/2020

7-10-63-64-68 [10]

3

2

5

1205

1250

2455

-45

33

17

15.2

-15.2

E7.6

7.6

POWERBALL

06/13/2020

2-12-32-50-65 [5]

4

1

5

1202

1248

2450

-46

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

06/10/2020

10-33-41-52-54 [18]

3

2

5

1198

1247

2445

-49

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

06/06/2020

1-17-38-68-69 [18]

2

3

5

1195

1245

2440

-50

31

19

11.4

-11.4

E5.7

5.7

POWERBALL

06/03/2020

1-3-26-41-64 [17]

2

3

5

1193

1242

2435

-49

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

05/30/2020

13-32-41-58-60 [14]

3

2

5

1191

1239

2430

-48

32

18

13.3

-13.3

E6.65

6.65

POWERBALL

05/27/2020

38-58-59-64-68 [21]

4

1

5

1188

1237

2425

-49

29

21

7.6

-7.6

E3.8

3.8

POWERBALL

05/23/2020

2-8-18-21-23 [16]

3

2

5

1184

1236

2420

-52

26

24

1.9

-1.9

E0.95

0.95

POWERBALL

05/20/2020

18-34-40-42-50 [9]

5

0

5

1181

1234

2415

-53

27

23

3.8

-3.8

E1.9

1.9

POWERBALL

05/16/2020

8-12-26-39-42 [11]

4

1

5

1176

1234

2410

-58

25

25

0

0

None

0.00

5/0, 4/1 and some 3/2 on one end favors the peak value. A trap can be set to catch 4/1 or ¼ or 5/1 or 1/5 bias. But it would be for short duration of 5 to 6 draws. And then retract. Total of 7 times the top peak values for each side together happened.

Odd

02/14/2018

02/10/2018

09/24/2016

Even

06/17/2020

12/06/2017

12/02/2017

11/15/2017

Once a year the extreme peak happens(or 4 times in 5 years). There will be some more near extreme identifiers that might also be good candidate. Finders Keepers.

If we can lock that 4-1 and 5-0 then it’s lesser set of numbers to deal with e.g., ½ of the numbers for 5-0 or 0-5. The catch is that the rest of the filters from own software/wheel/paid software/wheel or perfect combination of filters in tools like DMP-MG, TLEX and DMP-HT have to be set correctly to get 3/5, 4/5 or 5/5.

I started filtering my set of combos through DMP-MG. And as RL mentions, the numbers themselves need not be looked at directly till filling slips instead various filters with expected times and average times by probability can be used instead of them. I like DMP-MG, TLEX and DMP-HT as they focus on different characteristics of the same winning combos/all combos from another view.

This is just the Even Odd Bias. We can do In/Out, Low/High. There is no limit to tracking.

Using 2/3 3/2 O/E or E/O gives more combos to filter and deal with and in the game on more days to win. Whereas ¼ 0/5 4/1 5/0 give lesser combos to filter and deal with but keep us out of the game for more days and we are in real play on fewer days. I am more of unstable – I keep switching filters on every draw.

Let me know whether you you have any ideas or suggestions.

Good Luck

It Seems logical to me to multiply the Even Count by 1.05 to "Level the Field"

Despite doing this there still is Bias to a larger Odd Count than Even.

I Track 5/39 Games (currently maintaining California and Ohio)

Tracking Total Game Counts. Also doing a 365 Count and setting up formulas to do lesser counts like 10 or maybe 39 Draws.

I am getting the feeling that this might be a Rabbit Hole so I flipped on my headlamp and I will slide on down to have a Look.

Your Bias Indicators Values in the Right 2 Columns are 1/2 of Bias Counts. Why?

Back to the Tunnels.

Remember the episode of Star Trek where Frank Gorshin played 2 different characters? One had the right side of his face Black and the Left side was White. The other Character was the Exact Opposite. I was "born" in the OE Clan. We are the exact opposite of your EO Clan. We say minus when you say plus.

Quote: Originally posted by AllenB on October 9, 2021

It Seems logical to me to multiply the Even Count by 1.05 to "Level the Field"

Despite doing this there still is Bias to a larger Odd Count than Even.

I Track 5/39 Games (currently maintaining California and Ohio)

Tracking Total Game Counts. Also doing a 365 Count and setting up formulas to do lesser counts like 10 or maybe 39 Draws.

I am getting the feeling that this might be a Rabbit Hole so I flipped on my headlamp and I will slide on down to have a Look.

Your Bias Indicators Values in the Right 2 Columns are 1/2 of Bias Counts. Why?

Back to the Tunnels.

Remember the episode of Star Trek where Frank Gorshin played 2 different characters? One had the right side of his face Black and the Left side was White. The other Character was the Exact Opposite. I was "born" in the OE Clan. We are the exact opposite of your EO Clan. We say minus when you say plus.

Hi AllenB,

For me, last 10 E bias and last 10 O bias are how much space of odd that even took over from the total 25 spaces and vice versa. I derived the bias indicator off of OP(JeetKuneDoLotto)’s SLAG (Smart Luck Advantage Gold) value(almost) – It looks like in-order to reach the evenness (not even/odd even but the ½ balance), how far we have to slide odd or even to the other side.

So, far -13.3 Odd bias, I have to drag the balance stick (like a FM radio knob/slider) -6.65 to bring it to the center. This is because the columns show how far away, they are from each other – not center (last 10 E bias and last 10 O bias).

Remember I didn’t add the 1 odd difference factor to last 10 even and last 10 odd, rather I took it from last 10 E bias and last 10 O bias.

I think 20,30,40 draws might be good periods to go after.

I am stuck between two tools/languages – Java to produce excel output and then few excel manipulations with formulae.

That comes out to approximately 324,640 possible combinations in the last 15 games if all the numbers were with no repeating digits. It does vary from draw to draw so the possible combinations are less, this is where G Howards methods come in.

Quote: Originally posted by lottologix on October 9, 2021

That comes out to approximately 324,640 possible combinations in the last 15 games if all the numbers were with no repeating digits. It does vary from draw to draw so the possible combinations are less, this is where G Howards methods come in.

No last digit repetition?

And wheel all numbers from last 15 games and filter out every combo that has at least one lat digit repeat?

No looking at my backtest I see that with repeating digits in the last 15 games it usually comes out around 35 numbers in a 69 number game only counting each repeating digit once this is where i get the approximate 324,640 number from. It is not written in stone the game constantly fluctuates. Also I noticed that some of the numbers that show up in the next draw only came out once in the last 15 games. So if I were to try to pick out numbers to play in the next game I would use Gail Howard's tools looking at sums and other indicators that not just all of the numbers in a set from the last 15 games but try to find those number sets that came out only once in the last 15 games. However keep in mind you dont just play only numbers that came out once in the last 15 games but look for balanced number sets from all the digits in the last 15 games that include numbers that only came out once.

Quote: Originally posted by thamizhpayan on October 8, 2021

The fraction indicators occur up until We get to 10 draws from the very first draw. After the 10 draws are available there won't be fractions.

Advantage Gold may be slightly different from this bias table. I haven't read the book nor do I have the software. This is how I see the E/O bias.

Good Luck

Thanks for the replies Mr. Thamiz. I only looked at PB so far in the google docs. I have to look at your updated stuff later.

I dont use sheetz. I have office 365. (Which I am a little upset about since Bill Gates probably eats babies with Marina Abramovich)

That ok, they are probably just Haitian babies. The worser part is that Google probably raises the babies in D.U.M.B.'s under the Mother of Darkness Castle in Belgium...but going off topic....

I suppose I will focus on NY and FL, as I dont play PB yet. I am waiting for them to raise the cost to five dollars a game, 6 with power play. Then I will be really interested in it!!!

The only thing that would get me more interested in PB would be if when the JP reached the 1 BILLION DOLLAR mark, they replaced the money with some of that Hunter Biden Cocaine and Hooker inspired artwork, I would buy 1000 thousand lines for shizzle my nizzle!!!

(Sorry going off topic again.)

With SLAG, I can import to Notepad and then paste in excel.

Here is what it looks like for Florida.

You can see that the odds and even bias would have to be parsed into different columns and I would have to make one of them negative to separate the Bias column values.

I may try it to see how the long term trend looks when I get some more free time.

Now my "ghetto" bias math method currently in excel is just to take the sum odds in the last ten games and subtract the sum even in the last ten games.

I guess its not the "purist" form of math/trend analysis, but I do see that you can get some major extremes and also a general trend over time.

I just made this today, and it is approx last 720 draws, which is approx last TWO YEARS.

Does this help? I dont know. Its very hard to get a birds eye view on the trends on this little computer screen.

I dont know if I labeled this graph correctly.

It is the sum of odds in the last ten games minus sum of evens in last ten games.

[ΣOdds_{last10 } - ΣEvens_{last10 } ]

So the 30 is the max bias towards the Odds side, and the negative 20 is the max bias towards the evens side.

And this is assuming my math is correct, as I did not double check my work.

Teacher Help!!!

Is it even correct to call that a "BIAS"? Well obviously it is not a BIAS as defined in SLAG, is their a more correct "mathematical term" for bias?

IMHO, this graph would be best utilized when cross-referencing with the DSH.

Quote: Originally posted by JeetKuneDoLotto on October 9, 2021

Thanks for the replies Mr. Thamiz. I only looked at PB so far in the google docs. I have to look at your updated stuff later.

I dont use sheetz. I have office 365. (Which I am a little upset about since Bill Gates probably eats babies with Marina Abramovich)

That ok, they are probably just Haitian babies. The worser part is that Google probably raises the babies in D.U.M.B.'s under the Mother of Darkness Castle in Belgium...but going off topic....

I suppose I will focus on NY and FL, as I dont play PB yet. I am waiting for them to raise the cost to five dollars a game, 6 with power play. Then I will be really interested in it!!!