Originally Posted by veronica
Where do you find on the software, super 7 numbers to try?
I am assuming you mean with Gail's software right. [Advantage Plus]
This is what I have done:
1.Make sure you are using or have selected the right game to extract the data and it is also updated, with the correct winning numbers. In fact that is one of the first things I do when I test a new statistical program - is check the winning numbers in the database are actually the officially recorded winning numbers.
2.Go in to number 3 (Quick stats)
3.As you hit the minus (-) key it will take you back draws and there will be a little 'plus' (+) signs - these are numbers that were drawn for that particular draw.
4. The numbers that have the asterisk's (*), where the recommended numbers for that particular drawn.
5. So now you create a new Excel worksheet, down column A you insert the dates and in column B starting doing a comparison of recommended numbers compared to the numbers actually drawn. You just have to count the numbers that have both a (*) on the right side and a (+) on the left side.
It will be usually somewhere between 1 and 3. It is a nice little filter.
For example the draw on March 30th, the software recommended to use:[8,10,12,16,21,29,33,34,35,37,38,40,43,46,47]
From that set of numbers [8,35,40] were drawn
To make it even more interesting do a comparison with the Bonus turned on and the bonus turned off [(alt-b) to toggle between the two].
Keep an eye one which drawn you are on because it is easy to lose track.
It is really really, really time consuming but if you are a serious lotto player - good reliable data is worth its while to get.
So for the draw tonight (April 6th) – SW recommends to use:
Let’s see what happens……..?
The key with any of the above information I have given you is go back and collect the data, and get some sort of history for you to make a good educated guess.
That is really all it is.
But remember "Chance always favours the prepared mind"
I hope that has helped you (and anyone else reading this thread)