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# What is DUE number?

Topic closed. 7 replies. Last post 14 years ago by RJOh.

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 Posted: October 20, 2003, 11:20 am - IP Logged

Thank you.

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 Posted: October 20, 2003, 12:27 pm - IP Logged

ismaas,

Some people think that all numbers in the field of play should be drawn equally in truly random dvents.  When numbers are inactive for a while, they call them DUE numbers.  Take the PowerBall for example, with 53 numbers in the field of play, each number should be drawn an average of (53/5) or once every 11 draws, but if you check each number averages per draw for the last 108 drawings, you will see that they vary from 6 (#17) to 54 (#3). If you check, you will see that these numbers have not been drawn 1.5 X ave. and none have been drawn in the last 13 drawings,so they're over DUE.

12-16-23-26-27-38-40-42-43-46-49-51-53

Hope this helps.  Good luck to you.
RJOh

Note: I find that active numbers hit more often than inactive numbers
If you change the formula to 2.0 X ave. the DUE numbers are : 12-16-26-27-38-53 and haven't been drawn in 19 drawings
There are several ways to figure over DUE numbers, this is the way I do it.

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Thank you, RJOh! :)

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 Posted: October 21, 2003, 12:37 pm - IP Logged

Note: According to Gail Howard in her book, "Lottery Master Guide", she explains how the number or numbers out the longest are NOT the one or ones most due.

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 Posted: October 22, 2003, 8:59 pm - IP Logged

imaas,

Tonight's PowerBall numbers were 03-25-27-28-53  +35 , as you can see due numbers are usually only part of the winning combination.  Some software suggest using both due and hot numbers for your combinations.  As Greg mentioned, Gail Howard has a different definition of due numbers.  I've never checked, but I'm sure there has been time when all the numbers drawn were due and if you can reduce them down to 5, it would only cost a \$1 to play.

Good luck to you.
RJOh

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 Posted: October 22, 2003, 10:55 pm - IP Logged

this could not guarantee you to get all balls right,at most 5 balls,because its not accurate.

However,If you want to reduce the sets,This may help you a lot.

nansen

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 Posted: October 23, 2003, 12:30 am - IP Logged

lottoking,

If you are so smart, why don't you post what is accurate?  You post a lot of words that say nothing.  I never said anything about a guarantee of hitting five balls.  You are confusing my words with the stuff you've been writing.  I'm still waiting for that guarantee match5 you were talking about.

RJOh

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 Posted: October 23, 2003, 8:09 pm - IP Logged

Due to the fact that 2 of the six most due numbers hit in the last drawing, I'm taking a new look at due numbers.  27 and 53 are no longer due of course, but  I going to play the next 5 most due numbers and use 27 as the powerball since it has not come up in the last 109 drawings since power ball changed its format.

Good luck PowerBall players.
RJOh

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