|Posted: February 6, 2004, 9:10 pm - IP Logged|
Thank goodness Bobp! I was afraid I'd have to throw out my Sums Strategy. LOL I'm glad to hear you say that about the "experts" and their saying blah blah on the propensity of certain Sums to hit more often than others.
Sure, on the old 1-37 chart everything was Bogus. It was an un-even distribution of the numbers and worthless as far as I was concerned.
Now that we have the 10 column Sums Chart it makes math averages and Probabilities a part of the game and we can antcipate these Sums and their true averages.
I have started to use these Sums for pairs tracking as well and believe its another use of the Sums. I'll copy and paste a post just finished on the p=3 forum that discusses just scenario. Check it out below.
Laverne.....how do you track the sums now? If you use the 10 column sums chart you can track the same as other digits. The 10 column is an equal distribution of numbers so its just like regular digit tracking.
The exception is that because a Sum only comes once a day.....unlike regular digits that come 3 times a day. To find out how late a Sum is, you have to divide the days a Sum is out by 3. If a sum has not hit in 15 draws you divide by 3. 15/ 3 = 5 regular days out. Sums can seem like they are really slow and way overdue until you apply this formula to them.
Of course, you can always apply the same old things to Sums as we do regular digits. If you see 4 or 5 odd sums in a row......then you lean to Even Sums next time.
The same for 3 or 4 high Sums in a row.....then you lean toward Low Sums next.
You can also apply sums to Pairs. If you see that your first (2 digits) everyday add up to several High/Low or odd/even Sums .......then you know how to lean. Adding the front pair and back pair is the same.
The Georgia Eve draw has a situation right now where the front pair has been a Low Sum for 7 days in a row. Hey ...you can bet its going to be a High sum next.
Front pairs 82 48 76 94 94 40 31 add up to Sum0 2 3 3 3 4 4 we use just the back digit in the 10 column sums chart so ( 8+2 = 10) but last is digit0
Now.... the next night should be a high digit Sum either 5 6 7 8 or 9
If we were in Vegas I would give you 5 to 1 odds that tomorrow night will be a High Sum front pair. This one thing can cut the 1000 numbers choice down by at least 50%. Sums are a good indicator and help sometimes..
P.S. By the way.....I would be cheating you if I only gave you 5 to 1 odds on that proposition bet up there.
The only real failure .....is the failure to try.
Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.
Odds never change .....but probability does.