You make a good point, I agree. But in the last few weeks I have been trying to come to grips with LotWin and their approach to wheeling. The sets I've been coming up with are loosely based on the program's 'winning numbers' sets, my experience and 'intuition' (which have a spotty success rate at best
Also, Lotwin has a wheels feature that bases their minimum guarantees on capturing all six nrs; first it generates a full wheel for any given nr set (very fast I might add) and then the operator can select almost any wheel guarantee and other options, then 'reduce' the crap out of the wheel to suit using its or operator designated filters. The resulting lines can be anything from 1 or 2 to full wheel amount.
For the last few draws I've been relying on Lotwin to generate my lines, going for at least 3x 3/6 or 1x 4/6, setting a ceiling of $15/draw, it turned out to be $13 in those tries, for higher guarantees were more than my self imposed limit. I guess what I'm trying to say
is that untill I have a better feel for Lotwin or an ironclad vision
I'm not prepared to spend more. Spending less by picking a smaller nr set is of course another option, but I'd like to try this approach for a while longer.
I did generate some 10 and 11 number sets but my 'intuition' dictated going with 15 and 20 at the time.
There is one other feature of Lotwin that I like, the ease of data base manipulation, ie: the history can be retracted to say 50 draws ago without loosing the present draw data so that one can simulate and practice predicting, try different wheels, etc. I have seen many other lotto programs, none have been able to do so, or as easily, and recover to present day as fast as this program.
So as you can see I'm having fun with the program, may be one of these days I'll get lucky and pick the right wheel !!!
I'll keep you posted of my progress, or better yet you'll see how I'm doing by my picks
PS: LT, I like the new Smilies List !