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Hi everyone

I am constantly trawling through my old shoes to find any useful information

from them.

There has been debate about whether what we see early in a shoe will indicate

what we see later on. For one, I recall W2F said it does not (please correct

me if I am wrong).

I have been doing very well with S40M1 of late (which looses only to 2's) so

I interested to avoid shoes with above average 2's if at all possible.

So I collated all of my records and counted how many 2's I saw in each shoe

in the first 9 columns as we read it on the tote board (columns may be single

1's or 3's or 7's or anything)

I found that if there was 1 x 2 in the first 9 columns, the average number of 2's

we saw in the shoe was 9. That's exactly statistically correct. (Range 5 to 18 x 2's

in the shoes).

I found that if there was 2 x 2's in the first 9 columns, the average number of 2's

we saw in the shoe was 9. That's exactly statistically correct. (Range 4 to 19 x 2's

in the shoes).

I found that if there was 3 x 2's in the first 9 columns, the average number of 2's

we saw in the shoe was 9. That's exactly statistically correct. (Range 7 to 13 x 2's

in the shoes).

Now you are starting to see the pattern which is that no matter how many 2's we

see early in a shoe, it seems make NO difference to what we see later.

This concurs with W2F's conclusion.

The records are from only my home casino so may not apply everywhere, but I

suspect it probably does

regards

Pando

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Don't think you can tell.

Watching OT count can be ok

Sometimes it swings one way and sometimes the other and then sometimes like netbet conditions.

I tried to look at what Oz was doing - like he says he netbets OvT until he sees it swing one way and then goes with that but couldn't see how it worked out for him.

As you know Pando I don't like S40m1 as in the back of my mind I'm always saying but 2's are so common why am I doing this.

But glad its working for you.

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