|Posted: April 30, 2004, 6:09 am - IP Logged|
Pick 1 from column A and 2 from column B or vice versa.
If Texas continues with the lopsided distribution, then it will be A1-B2 (one from A and 2 from B). Here is the chart of the counts for my very limited database:
The figures in "()" mean a double. Speaking of doubles...I would consider starting to play my favorite doubles in Texas. They seem to be due.
I don't have a strong indication of a key #, but if 2 doesn't hit, then Saleo Paleo's stack system will work. 2 is the only number that is older that 4 draws (it is at 5).
Once again, if I were in Texas, the only thing I would play would be my favorite double(s). Here is a suggestion for playing a double:
As an example: 344 ... my birth month and day...Play three seperate play slips with the following numbers as straight/box:
344 434 443
It costs you $3 to cover all posibilities. You play them on three seperate play slips so that if the number comes in, you will have 3 winning tickets. Otherwise, you may have a ticket that you will have to pay tax on and paperwork, etc.