luc (Sifu) | Msg #5 10-05-2014 11:09 pm @shadowhunter
Identifying a good set of 4d numbers to follow for a certain numbers of draws (such as 10-12 draws), is a good 4d strategy play, assuming that you had already done a thorough analysis on these 4d numbers, that is.
Mind if I give u a tip as to how to pick numbers out of those 11, that you had identified, which will stand the best chance to come out for the next draw, bro ?
For those who are low on financial resources to follow on so many numbers in a single draw, u can used reversed-3D analyzing method to pick numbers (out of a given set) which may have a higher probability to appear in the next coming draw, and drop off those which have a much lower probability first.
The methods involves looking back at the last previous draw to see if any of the 3ds components of the 4d numbers which u have in mind, can be found in it or not.
If there is, then that numbers have something close to 70% of appearing for the next draw and will be good to follow. If there is not, then that particular number will have a much much lower chance of appearing. In that case, you may want to either buy a lower bet amount on it, or drop it totally for the next draw altogether for the time being.
Example : system 1269 for tmr is ok to follow becoz one of its 3ds components (3d 129) had appeared in today's draw as 1982 (3rd prize). That is a good indication.
This 4d rule or assumption is based on the principle that, out of the 23 4d result numbers that appeared in any given draw, 1 or more of their 3ds components will have already appeared in the previous draw before.
Which, in another word, also means that only abt 30% of the result numbers in a draw, will not have any of their 3d components in the previous draw at all - naturally then these numbers will not be so good to bet a wager on as they have a lower winning odds.
Think abt the above statement for a while and see whether it makes any sense to you or not, bro.
U can check the validity of this 70% rule or assumption for yourself by looking back as many of the previous draws as you can, to determine whether it is true or not.
Just my 2 cents worth of tips here, mate.
Gdluck. |

luc (Sifu) | Msg #6 10-05-2014 11:13 pm ...correction to the above statement. Should read as -
"This 4d rule or assumption is based on the principle that, out of the 23 4d result numbers that appeared in any given draw, about 70% of the result numbers will have 1 or more of their 3ds components already appeared in the previous draw before." |