April 30 Discussion

Florie

Member
For a start, possible DNs in my list would be 5 and 45 unless I found a better one. We'll wait and see. Still too early to finalize.
 
Florie said:
For a start, possible DNs in my list would be 5 and 45 unless I found a better one. We'll wait and see. Still too early to finalize.
Yes it is too early for me too...but these two numbers are already on my list too...The 08, the 12 and the 18 also 31 are also top ones on my list now...
I'm doing pretty good lately...in the last 4 National draws on a possible 8 DN numbers I got 6 right on target 2/2 twice and 1/2 twice also....And I'm only starting to pile them....
 

peter

Member
Looking at my consecutives file, the most popular consecutive to come in draws ending in one, is, 46/47, coming 8 times.
To date we have had 1710 consecutive pairs, coming in 1238 draws.
Most popular, 30/31... 44 times
Least popular, 14/15...23 times
Oldest, 4/5... draw 1685
 
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peter

Member
To date we have had 3383 LD pairs.
LD 1...359
LD 2...365
LD 3...360
LD 4...358
LD 5...352
LD 6...358
LD 7...376
LD 8...312
LD 9...331
LD 0...212
Most popular, 25/45...47 times
Least popular, 11/21...22 times
Oldest, 8/38, draw 1708.
 
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peter

Member
Last night sum total of 143 has now happened a total of 18 times, but only once before in a draw ending in zero, which was in draw 1110. Coincidence?
 
peter said:
To date we have had 3383 LD pairs.
LD 1...359
LD 2...365
LD 3...360
LD 4...358
LD 5...352
LD 6...358
LD 7...376
LD 8...312
LD 9...331
LD 0...212
Most popular, 25/45...47 times
Least popular, 11/21...22 times
Oldest, 8/38, draw 1708.
To complete the picture here thanks Peter for these!:agree2:
LDs in the last 25 draws
LD 5 : 26
LD 7 : 21
LD 4 : 20
LD 8 : 20
LD 6 : 19
LD 9 : 16
LD 0 : 15
LD 2 : 13
LD 3 : 13
LD 1 : 12
LDs hit in the last ten draws...
LD 5 : 11
LD 6 : 10
LD 7 : 9
LD 8 : 9
LD 9 : 7
LD 1 : 6
LD 4 : 6
LD 0 : 5
LD 2 : 4
LD 3 : 3
All these with bonus included
 

peter

Member
Dennis, with your announcer theory, have you ever looked at what is announced the next draw, if a certain LD PAIR shows up the draw before?
For example, what happens when the 1/11 show up, or 1/21, this could be done for all 96 LD pairs. Just a thought!, perhaps you are doing this currently, if not, its a new idea to think about.:agree2:
To expand on that you could look at what is announced by consecutives too!:agree2:
 
peter said:
Dennis, with your announcer theory, have you ever looked at what is announced the next draw, if a certain LD PAIR shows up the draw before?
For example, what happens when the 1/11 show up, or 1/21, this could be done for all 96 LD pairs. Just a thought!, perhaps you are doing this currently, if not, its a new idea to think about.:agree2:
To expand on that you could look at what is annonced by consecutives too!:agree2:
I have been doing it and I think that Beaker has been doing it too...Perhaps I should make the countdown of all these matrix individually..
But for each draw the double announcer grids takes care of these..
:agree:
 

Beaker

Member
Dennis Bassboss said:
I have been doing it and I think that Beaker have been doing it too...Perhaps I should make the countdown of all these matrix individually..
But for each draw the double announcer grids takes care of these..
:agree:
I look at announcers for all 21 pairs from the last draw - not just LD's :agree: I haven't looked at LD's specifically but could :agree:
 
Beaker said:
I look at announcers for all 21 pairs from the last draw - not just LD's :agree: I haven't looked at LD's specifically but could :agree:
This is what I am doing too!So in a way we are looking at it but not on an individual bases so to speak! :agree:
 

Beaker

Member
Dennis Bassboss said:
This is what I am doing too!So in a way we are looking at it but not on an individual bases so to speak! :agree:
Same data 2 different perspectives :lol: Maybe we need our eyes checked :lol:
 

peter

Member
Sure was an old pair last night in 6/35, last coming in draw 1745, 265 draws ago, some 2 1/2 years ago.:cold:
 

peter

Member
Beaker said:
Same data 2 different perspectives :lol: Maybe we need our eyes checked :lol:
Your absouloutly Right!!! yes same data just a little different way of looking at it.
Instead of looking at just pairs, to be more specific,
LD PAIRS, & CONSECUTIVE PAIRS.
 
Skipping cold pairs...(bonus included)
pair-------hits---skips
(28,45)--- 34--- 348
(04,05)--- 34--- 325
(08,38)--- 28--- 302
(10,12)--- 23--- 292
(15,37)--- 29--- 272
(18,41)--- 34--- 268
(04,17)--- 34--- 246
(11,31)--- 33--- 244
(17,42)--- 42--- 239
(03,37)--- 33--- 237
(28,29)--- 36--- 237
(04,10)--- 29--- 236
(13,41)--- 33--- 229
(18,40)--- 31--- 227
(38,41)--- 30--- 223
(05,12)--- 32--- 222
(05,39)--- 33--- 222
(09,19)--- 30--- 220
(12,33)--- 34--- 212
(16,30)--- 32--- 210
(20,45)--- 38--- 209
(06,26)--- 36--- 204
(02,45)--- 31--- 200
(41,45)--- 35--- 200
 

peter

Member
That is a great chart, some of the old ones are starting to drop.
NOTE: a lot of some of the information you see posted here, by members, may be redundant to some, but we need to keep in mind we have newbies all the time, that perhaps do not possess all of the statistical information some of us have, and we are all trying to help each other.:agree2:
 
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