He has a classification method, yes, and as Rebeckah mentioned many of us have similar classifications.ChiefWiggum said:Royce Penny's has a proprietary method for predicting "Hot,Warm & Cold" numbers.
On average there are 17 hot numbers, 16 warm numbers, and 16 cold numbers.
Has anyone worked out the 'proprietary' method ?
It's another way to classify them. I normally look at 4 groups - last5/last10/last21/last49. But, this is only one of many many things I look at as I'm sure it's not the only thing you look at.ChiefWiggum said:
I am aware that most advice is that winning numbers use a
mix of Hot/Average/Cold numbers.
I was hoping that someone would step forward and break that
paradigm, with a different approach to Hot/Warm/Cold number
Perhaps it's a truism.
As you can imagine, most Lottery SW doesn't cater for this requirement. I'm trying to do it in Excel for the moment.
(which I loath)
Well strange name ..... But let me tell you all ...This has nothing to do with me...I hope it is not just another bad copycat...A lettre is missing in that name and...It makes all the difference...ChiefWiggum said:Thank you for your suggestion and the links.
I have an eval version of Lotwin Lottery Line Builder which I find
The thread is to be found in:
'Lottery Systems' forum, the title is 'need help for this system' and the author is Ennis.
I haven't posted a link, I don't want to upset LT.