|Posted: April 28, 2004, 11:37 am - IP Logged|
Pick 1 from column A and 2 from column B or vice versa.
Georgia, like Texas, doesn't follow the rules..at least not mine! Saleo Paleo's system seems to work, if you can find the correct pattern. He and other seem to see the patterns (I assume before the draw). Anyway, look at his stack and maybe by comparing it with my chart, you can find a winner. Here is the distribution chart for Georgia:
The () indicates doubles and the first number is the count of numbers from Column A and the second is from Column B. Notice that 2-1 is much higher than 1-2. I only see this type of imbalance in Georgia and Texas. The other states that I follow have numbers that are very close to each other. As I pointed out in my Texas post, I don't know if that means that this imbalance is "normal" for these states, or if maybe it will balance out. Texas, by the way is lopsided just the other way from Georgia!
No matter whos "system" you use, I hope you have a winner. Doubles are way over due, so I would look for a double or two to play today!!