I think I've seen a stat about that somewhere - something like 68% are within the last 5 - 97% within the last 10. I'll find it and post.Dennis Bassboss said:I was thinking about what Picard was talking yesterday....joined with the announcers theory it could help a lot I have check a few draws from the past...at times you get a lot from the last 6 draws...Picard good leadThanks!
Yes My LD thing was at 58% on LDs 09 and 56% on LDs 00 so I went with both for this one...We were just off on some decades...Beaker said:I'm really surprized you and I had alot of numbers in common - I had my picks done then I saw yours and thought WOW! we're going to hit hard!!
Everytime your over It is feeling good! Congrats again nice show!NmbrsDude said:Feels good to finally get a couple of decent hits in a row...
ComboMan: my system is purely objective and that's just the way the numbers came up for tonight.
Still, because my pool plays 54 combos plus Encore, we got 5 3-number winners for $50 cash! Not too shabby!
from here and click "Fascinating Facts" on the left.1. Almost 97% of all winning combinations have at least 1 number from the previous 4 draws
We all know that numbers have a tendency to repeat in the very next draw. They also have a strong tendency to skip 1 draw. It goes further than that. In the Canadian 649, I have discovered that there is at least 1 number, and quite often 2 or 3 that repeat from the previous 4 draws. This has so far been true 97% of the time. You may say, "Well of course...you're talking about 24 numbers". This isn't necessarily so. On average, it hovers between 17 to 21 numbers. With proper analysis, one can whittle this down to perhaps 8 to 10 numbers that are most probable to come from this group. You then include these numbers in the set you want to wheel. Using this method, I have consistently forecast at least 2, and often 3 of the repeating or skipping numbers for the next draw. That leaves only 3 or 4 others to worry about. Pretty good way to start isn't it? Tell me what you think.