Does this mean entries like "Jackpot = " would be acceptable in our glossary ?or at least used by players in this forum
nr ... numberBrad said:I'll start with a few:
DN ... designated nr in a wheel, aka Power, Keeper, Lock
FW ... full wheel
AW ... abbreviated wheel
OW ... open wheel
OON ... one off nr: selecting nr(s) for prediction +/- one from nrs last drawn, aka Neighbouring, Adjacent
Oneoffitis ... winning nr(s) +/- one off prediction
ANN ... announced nr(s), aka Trailing
REP... repeating nr(s) from previous draw
JP ... I think that will stick LT, if not already
Beaker said:nr ... number
JP ... Jackpot = $$ $$ - I like the $$ around our
Maggie, you are correct about LD=Last Digit. Typically when I talk about an LD it means 2 or more numbers with the same last digit.
When Dennis called LD 0 last draw, to me, it meant at least 2 numbers with last digit 0 will hit. If you noticed his picks he played 20-30-40 and one of his hints was 20. You need to have LDs in your picks because almost 8/10 draws have them.
Announcer means essentially predictor. The best example is the 15-2-1 "announcing" high draws. When you see those numbers, you know that the high draw will hit next draw. The 15-2-1 tells you this or announces that high is on the way.
There are many announcers. The trick is to find the best ones.
Numbers can be announcers and be announced - two different things.
Announcer is called also Trailing numbers, or follower
Exotic Numbers: Unusual, or uncommon set of numbers
Natural selection : selection of numbers made by player as opposed to a quick pick selection
Virgin: term refring to a number or set of numbers that has never been draw....
All I have to say is...LT said:Dennis as you are the creator of the term "Hints Hints" could you please give me your opinion of my stab at their meaning as follows:
"Hints Hints" - a term coined by Dennis Bassboss and used sucessfully by many other members to define a small group of numbers (no more than 3) which have an exceptional propensity of hitting in exactly the next draw.
I think my definition of spread would be is "what happens when you turn 40"