Take a look at my grid Dwoods....on the other thread besides that one... tell me what you think about it and I would welcome any comments on it or suggestions by all the players here!
Thanks! But tonight and often too...if you had played the numbers announced 00 and 01 time...you would have been able to choose the 6 winners from a pool of 33 numbers....food for toughts...sometimes that pool can shrink to 20 to 22 numbers....
I did find the grid of triples interesting as announcers. Beyond only single numbers, I do like seeing what twin and triplet numbers "tend" to announce. Can you re-run it again based on the numbers drawn last night.
What's also interesting is not only announcing the next draw, but also skip a draw. So given the same numbers 01-11-14-18-20-38 bonus 37 from Saturday's draw, don't take the next draw to come up after the triple, take the second next one and then see what happens with these numbers. This new chart will be applicable to the upcoming 6/49 draw.
I'll try to post it on Saturday morning or early Saturday afternoon...I was thinking of including the preceding draw or the draw they showed up itself along with them...I guess I have lots of work ahead...Its kind of having a history within a history...I'm also going to use a second program to see a chart of hot-cold among them... But even as it is it does reduce the pool substantially...a nice filter should I say...but put side to side with single numbers that announces this or that...it becomes awesome...
Dennis, I have been looking into this analysis for quite a while now. It's good. There is alot of potential for "history within history"
As you say, it can be used as an awesome filter - especially with hot-cold.
I'm using the preceeding draw as announcer and run stats on that set. What is really interesting is THE SAME RULES APPLY - LD's, pairs, consecutives, repeats etc. I hit 4 just covering open pairs from the announcer set.