skip due bias tracker(part 1)

Matrix

Member
Howrad has created a chart to determine which skips are due, where "a skip is the last hit," nothing that "skips of up to only five games out are the most significant"(45). this chart is used to find patterns of a numbers hit schedule so as to determine when the number will hit next.¡@

Below is a skip chart for New York lotto.
Step one is to categorize the number of games skipped by winning numbers before they hit again(charting only skips up to 5, as howard suggested above).
Step two is to total the number of numbers that have skipped under each category. In step three the categories are rearranged so that the number of skips that are most due is placed on top..................
Skip due table:
Step one:0-x 1-xxxxxx 2-xxx 3-x 4- 5-x
Step two:0-1 1-6 2-3 3-1 4-0 5-1
Step Three:4-0 5-1 3-1 0-1 2-3 1-6¡@

........Howard, these should be the numbers most due to hit. 8,30,32,10,12,20,47,05,16,25,28,34, and 45 are all the numbers that are next due according to skips of 5,3,and 0. Howard suggests that "to target and refine ur skips due picks, you should make a separate analysis for each of the last 5 games, 6 games, 7 games, 8 games, 9 games, and 10 games.....because most of the time really does increase the accuracy of the results"(46).

One can see the gambler¡¦s fallacy evident in the expectation of a skip pattern being due......................................

Anyway, my conclusion is that the systems laid forth by gail Howard in her book will, in actuality, not help one in choosing numbers that will win in a lotto drawing.

gsobier

Member
Matrix:

You are correct in this fact. Skips will not lead you which numbers to play alone. Skips will help you to toss away obvious loosers more than 75% of the time correctly.

Hint: Never allow more than 3 numbers with the same skip count in any given set. This is very rare to not work... ...think about 3 repeaters, that is allowed in this rule.

Regards,
George
Matrix said:
Howrad has created a chart to determine which skips are due, where "a skip is the last hit," nothing that "skips of up to only five games out are the most significant"(45). this chart is used to find patterns of a numbers hit schedule so as to determine when the number will hit next.¡@

Below is a skip chart for New York lotto.
Step one is to categorize the number of games skipped by winning numbers before they hit again(charting only skips up to 5, as howard suggested above).
Step two is to total the number of numbers that have skipped under each category. In step three the categories are rearranged so that the number of skips that are most due is placed on top..................
Skip due table:
Step one:0-x 1-xxxxxx 2-xxx 3-x 4- 5-x
Step two:0-1 1-6 2-3 3-1 4-0 5-1
Step Three:4-0 5-1 3-1 0-1 2-3 1-6¡@

........Howard, these should be the numbers most due to hit. 8,30,32,10,12,20,47,05,16,25,28,34, and 45 are all the numbers that are next due according to skips of 5,3,and 0. Howard suggests that "to target and refine ur skips due picks, you should make a separate analysis for each of the last 5 games, 6 games, 7 games, 8 games, 9 games, and 10 games.....because most of the time really does increase the accuracy of the results"(46).

One can see the gambler¡¦s fallacy evident in the expectation of a skip pattern being due......................................

Anyway, my conclusion is that the systems laid forth by gail Howard in her book will, in actuality, not help one in choosing numbers that will win in a lotto drawing.

Dennis Bassboss

Member
Mister greatness has something else in mind here...As an example in 6/49 if you take the last 5 draws it is rare that less than 2 numbers will show up in the upcoming draws....
Mister greatness says ...Pair them up...Because you can allmost be sure that one or more pairs formed that way will hit and hard...Another great hint courtesy of Mister greatness pals....

gsobier

Member
Dennis:

My management of pairs really sucks right now. Thank you for the reminder.

Regards,
George
Dennis Bassboss said:
Mister greatness has something else in mind here...As an example in 6/49 if you take the last 5 draws it is rare that less than 2 numbers will show up in the upcoming draws....
Mister greatness says ...Pair them up...Because you can allmost be sure that one or more pairs formed that way will hit and hard...Another great hint courtesy of Mister greatness pals....

Matrix

Member
Hi, gsobier, DB,

It¡¦s a miss. We do know that more than 95% jackpots are choosed by computers.
Why we are here or other lotto forum website? Especially, some guys spend lots money to buy software and numbers? What¡¦s a strange world here!¡@

Open up any lotto books or vist any one of the lotto website and you¡¦ll find method,software,psychic line, and many other products that claim to help you pick the one-in-five million comb. that will win the next lotto event. One of the more popular features for any lotto magazine is analysis of historical patterns that occur over the course of the lotto. I was flipping through the xxx Editio of a particular lotto website the other day, and they devote 11 pages to lotto statistics!
They must put a lot of value in those statistics, all in the name of helping you win the next big one. But does it really help? ¡@

When you look through weeks of lotto picks, it;s hard to not see the "patterns".
You notice that the numbers 11 20 keep appearing with relative frequency, so you figure they¡¦ve got to be "hot and bound to show up again. Then you notice that the 01 23 haven¡¦t got appeared lately. they¡¦ve been "cold "and must be due to hit soon!

You throw in couple of random picks, maybe your birthday or anniversary, and you figure you¡¦ve got a pretty good chance of winning. You might even think that you¡¦ve increased your chances of winning by selecting those "hot" and "cold" numbers. The fact is, you haven¡¦t made a dent in your chance. You haven¡¦t even come close. Why?????????¡@
a, All of us, cannot accurately predict random events.
b,Nothing in the past determines the future.

States again, because it¡¦s the most important concept to understand in lotto rules.
one set of numbers has an equal chance of appearing as any other set of numbers. This means the set 1-2-3-4-5-6 has as equal a chance as 2-4-6-8-10-12
or 37-38-39-40-41-42. It might be hard to believe, but it¡¦s true.

A lady, she never buy any lotto ticket before. She has no any idea about historical numbers. She just bought 5 tickets by computer yesterday and won the big prize, for example.¡@

gsobier

Member
Matrix:

The ending is for our buddy Randal.

Regards,
George
Matrix said:
Hi, gsobier, DB,
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A lady, she never buy any lotto ticket before. She has no any idea about historical numbers. She just bought 5 tickets by computer yesterday and won the big prize, for example.¡@