Welcome Guest
You last visited November 26, 2021, 11:38 pm
All times shown are
Eastern Time (GMT-5:00)

# GA eve - overdue sum 6

Topic closed. 14 replies. Last post 19 years ago by Bluegrass.

 Page 1 of 1
 robboThread StarterNew MemberUnited StatesMember #1193February 25, 200324 PostsOffline March 31, 2003, 7:25 pm⮟Hi everyone,  In charting the ten sums ( 0 thru 9 ), a sum 6 number hasn't fell on Ga eve since Feb 25, 34 draws ago.  Does anyone have any idea exactly how unusual that is?  I'm wondering what the Ga eve record is for most consecutive draws without a sum repeating?                                robbo
 WIN DStone Mountain*GeorgiaUnited StatesMember #828November 2, 200210491 PostsOffline March 31, 2003, 10:17 pmGood question robbo. Don't know. .........Thanks for the alert on the sum 6  however. That could be a good shot. Average ..should be about 3 times a month per sum....maybe. If thats true we are about 3 behind. Hmmmm..... win  d
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016059 PostsOffline March 31, 2003, 10:57 pm95 % of the dvents (0 thru 9) will occur by draw # 2999 % will occur by draw # 4499.9 % will occur by draw # 66Don't know what the record is for Georgia.Bob
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016059 PostsOffline March 31, 2003, 11:21 pmSince the P4 Sums vary so much (from 1 to 43 sets of numbers) perhaps it would be better to go with the Root values. Sum 6 only has 9 sets so the percentages above will not hold true.Good Luck !Bob
 robboThread StarterNew MemberUnited StatesMember #1193February 25, 200324 PostsOffline March 31, 2003, 11:50 pmThanks very, very much WIN D and Bluegrass for your input.  I'm no mathematician but it sounds like the odds are extremely strong for a sum 6 to fall within the next 1-3 days. Could be that a golden narrowing opportunity has presented itself.        For everyone's benefit, these are the sum 6 core combos, doubles and triple:  079-088-169-178-259-268-277-349-358-367-448-457-466-556 006-015-024-033-114-123-899-222The second most due sum on GA eve now is 1.  These are the sum 1 core numbers:  399-489-579-588-669-678-777 029-038-047-056-119-128-137-146-155-227-236-245-335-344 001       Monday's 023 fell from what had been the second-most-due sum group, 5.                                              robbo
 tengageNew MemberAcworthUnited StatesMember #1169February 21, 200311 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 12:19 amRobbo,Excuse me if i seem a bit confused, but i read your post then scanned my list of numbers that i have compiled in an excel spreadsheet to analyze my numbers. I checked the date that you specified on Feb 25 as a "sum" 6, the number drawn was 259 on that date and if im correct, that "sum" is 16. You are correct as far as the sum 6 being over due, as i noticed that the sum 6 has not fallen since JAN. 7, 2003 with 402. I must be missing something here as i dont see our sums matching up. Can you elaborate on how you came up with that sum?. Any information that i can gather on here will help me to get my spreadsheet more organized. I am also working on something else in my spreadsheet that i think will be beneficial to all GA evening players. As soon as i get my sheet finished, i will offer it to anyone who wants it.tengageLuck is when Oppertunity meets Preparedness
 robboThread StarterNew MemberUnited StatesMember #1193February 25, 200324 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 12:44 amThank you again, Bluegrass                                                               I believe we may be defining sums differently, and as for root values, well....LOL....I'd have to be educated from scratch about what root values are. ...... As I'm defining sums though,  the set 889, for example, belongs in the sum group of 6 ( 8 + 8 + 9 = 26, and the last digit  determines the sum group ), and not the sum total group of 26.    Using this definition, the 10 sum groups, 0 thru 9, each have an equal number of sets, and, as WIN D suggested,  a set  from each sum group should fall on average about once every 10 draws, or 3 times a month.  And the very best of luck to you as well, Bluegrass!                                                robbo
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016059 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 1:01 amYou must have me confused with TenGauge, understandable at this early hour tho'. I would define 8+8+9 as SUM Class 25 and ROOT Class 7 (2+5) I do like your method and will give it some serious thought, never hurts to look at things from different angles.Many Thanks for sharing that method with the rest of us.Good Luck !Bob
 robboThread StarterNew MemberUnited StatesMember #1193February 25, 200324 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 1:06 amHi tengage,    Just read your post.  Are you familar with using those ten sum groups?  I'll post the rest here:  (Sorry but I don't know how to get the layout right.....I'm just cutting and pasting from Notepad.)        sum 2 499-589-679-688-778  039-048-057-066-129-138-147-156-228-237-246-255-336-345-444  002-011            sum 3 599-689-788-779 049-058-067-139-148-157-166-229-238-247-256-337-346-355-445 003-012-111            sum 4  699-789-888 059-068-077-149-158-167-239-248-257-266-338-347-356-446-455  004-013-022-112      sum 5 799-889  069-078-159-168-177-249-258-267-339-348-357-366-447-456-555 005-014-023-113-122      sum 7 999 089-179-188-269-278-359-368-377-449-458-467-557-566 007-016-025-034-115-124-133-223                                                  sum 8 099-189-279-288-369-378-459-468-477-558-567-666  008-017-026-035-044-116-125-134-224-233      sum 9 199-289-379-388-469-478-559-568-577-667 009-018-027-036-045-117-126-135-144-225-234-33                                                     sum 0  000 019-028-037-046-055-118-127-136-145-226-235-244-334 299-389-479-488-569-578-668-677        tengage, I'm sure we Ga players will look forward any and all  findings.    Thanks and good luck!        robbo
 robboThread StarterNew MemberUnited StatesMember #1193February 25, 200324 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 1:15 amMore than happy to, Bob! I appreciate your interest and hope to learn from you as well.    robbo
 JAZZY JASPERUnited StatesMember #786October 14, 20022723 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 1:16 am    &nb"It's not easy, being, GREEN! "
Killer's Cove
United States
Member #57
December 17, 2001
6059 Posts
Offline

I just charted the numbers, hope I got them correct !

 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 019 029 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 028 038 039 049 022 023 024 025 026 027 037 047 048 058 059 069 033 034 035 036 046 056 057 067 068 078 079 089 044 045 055 119 066 111 077 113 088 115 099 117 118 128 129 139 112 122 114 124 116 126 127 137 138 148 149 159 123 133 125 135 136 146 147 157 158 168 169 179 134 144 145 155 156 166 167 177 178 188 189 199 226 227 228 229 239 249 222 223 224 225 235 236 237 238 248 258 259 269 233 234 244 245 246 247 257 267 268 278 279 289 299 335 255 256 266 339 277 359 288 333 334 344 336 337 338 348 349 368 369 379 389 399 345 346 347 357 358 377 378 388 479 489 444 355 356 366 367 449 459 469 488 579 499 445 446 447 448 458 468 478 569 588 589 599 455 456 457 467 477 559 578 669 679 689 699 555 466 557 558 568 668 678 688 779 789 799 556 566 567 577 677 777 778 788 888 889 899 999 666 667 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Very interesting, I'll play with the confidence levels for each group in the next few days and will get back to you, thanks again !

Bob

 robboThread StarterNew MemberUnited StatesMember #1193February 25, 200324 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 2:20 amThanks loads for the picks, Jazzy! I'll definitely play a little heavier on those four.  I'm sure a lot of us Ga players are ready for a nice payday ....... and Bluegrass, the chart is perfect.  Thank you!
 BluegrassKiller's CoveUnited StatesMember #57December 17, 20016059 PostsOffline April 1, 2003, 3:12 pmrobbo, no matter how I look at the numbers.......exactly 10 % in each group....22/220 and 100 combinations out of 1000. The percentages quoted earlier should hold true for this system, I'll be programming it into my TX database first, and then into the KY database and see how it holds up, will try Georgia later.Thanks !Bob/BlueGra\$\$
Killer's Cove
United States
Member #57
December 17, 2001
6059 Posts
Offline

robbo, Don't know if this will help or not, but, I ran the TX database using your system and here are the results, I did not check the "Max out" for any group.

 % Avg draws Draws TX # Hits of total per hit Out Data 0 341 10.5% 9.51 4 1 325 10.0% 9.98 7 2 324 10.0% 10.01 1 3 314 9.7% 10.33 2 4 342 10.5% 9.48 12 5 311 9.6% 10.43 12 6 316 9.7% 10.26 15 7 301 9.3% 10.77 0 8 337 10.4% 9.62 3 9 332 10.2% 9.77 9 totals 3243 100.0% Bob

 Page 1 of 1