|Posted: May 4, 2003, 9:39 am - IP Logged|
"How many sets at a time does it pick?"
10/90 Matrix = One Set
20/80 Matrix = Eight Sets
30/70 Matrix = Twenty-Seven Sets
40/60 Matrix = Sixty-Four Sets
50/50 Matrix = One Hundred-Twenty Five Sets
60/40 Matrix = Two Hundred-Sixteen Sets
70/30 Matrix = Three Hundred-Forty Three Sets
80/20 Matrix = Five Hundred-Twelve Sets
90/10 Matrix = Seven Hundred-Twenty Nine Sets
Full Matrix = One Thousand Sets
The above number sets are produced without any additional filtering. The only thing that changed was the size of the matrix.
"Does it pick one group per drawing?"
No, the user is responsible for picking the matrix with odds that he/she feels comfortable with. Depending on how conservative or liberal they are in their betting. A Higher Matrix, thus higher odds, means the user must employ filters to produce a smaller number set.
"Do (sic) the sets picked today carry over to any other day?"
Not always. It depends on what is happening in the drawfile. There are different variables that effect the number sets. New ball sets, machine rotation, prior winning numbers, just to name a few.
"Has anyone else had these results?"
Of course they have. The mathematics involved do not change.