Dennis Bassboss said:Early for me to say but...I would think so...
Dennis Bassboss said:Now to George and Beaker and Peters and others...When I look at the double announcers grids...Very often I see some numbers coming from the top which is a list of very few numbers could be a list of2,3,4,5, rarely 6 numbers...Sometimes using a larger time frame like the last 25 announced draws we could also see the same thing but from the least announced numbers and often they do come up...By using different time frame along with most and least announced often one or more number are seen in the very next draw...By getting this number and by looking at both the pairs that have hit in the last lets say 5 draws and at the listing of cold skipping pairs you can narrow down considerebly the numbers of pairs that are more incline to hit..I'll show you an example later but where it does leads me is that using your delta pairing stuff after one pair is known ...and by looking at what that perticuliar pair has hit with and what that perticuliar pair announced..my thinking is that we could get some very good and very accurate predictions..
Beaker said:LD 1 could be in play for the $10 Mil
peter said:The discussion or rather more discussion on delta's is interesting. there once was a site on delta's, but I lost the address.
However, I'm more apt to want to look at LD's and LD pairs, out of the last 20 draws , we had only one draw (2008) which did not have an LD pair. Out of the remaining 19 draws, twelve of those had Double LD pairs.
Snides once posted a Chart on Which LD pairs came with which, and how many times. ie, LD1 LD2, LD1,LD3, and so on, does anyone have an up todate LD pairing chart.
I think if we concentrate on the LD pairs and compliment them with other numbers, we'll be further ahead