To wrap up this section the decision of which range to choose is really up to the strategy you want to play. Looking at the all the individual ranges we notice 3 is fairly dominate; you can also use your gut feeling by checking out all the results.
Not only that you can also adjust the hot number to 10, 14, 22 or all the way up to the cap of your lotteries pool limit, however that would only give you the exact same results as the ‘All’ results. You can also adjust the amount of past draws to 10, 15, or 40 all the way to the limit of draws you have minus one draw of course, but then again that would only allow one past draw to be analyzed.
Basically whatever you want to use in your strategy you are able to make the adjustment. In addition you are not required to remove draws in any order either; you can remove every other draw or find ranges for every 5th or 7th draw if you like.
It’s your program to do what you want, how you want.
- Once a past draw is removed for analysis the main display will turn Red to show how many hot numbers you have selected and blue to show the remainder of numbers in play.
- When locator mode is active Hot and Cap are locked, unlock by setting past draws back to zero.
- Changing Hot Numbers or Draw Cap will clear the previous results on the next run.
- One strategy is to always override the auto adjustments and always set them to same numbers every draw as your database grows