|Posted: March 24, 2004, 8:33 am - IP Logged|
Pick 1 from column A and 2 from column B or vice versa. Look for neighbors like 23, 56, etc. Note that 01 is a neighbor and so is 09. I like picking numbers with neighbors because it reduces the total by 50%. Just a way to not play all 150 combos!
I have been asked to explain more about how to pick the numbers out of the chart. Well, I just got home from a 12-hour shift and need to get to bed so I can go back tonight for the last 12-hour shift this week! I like to play neighbors. This means 2 numbers in sequence...they are 01, 12, 23, 34, 45, 56, 67, 78, 89, and 90. By playing neighbors I just reduce the total number of possibilities. If you picked 1 from A and 2 from B and vice versa, you would find that there are a total of 150 combos. Can't play that many..so how to reduce it? Look for neighbors. I have noticed (you may have seen my post about this) that 2/3 of the time one or both of the bottom numbers in the columns is part of the winning number, so you might look at that also.