BINGO is a game of destiny, right? BINGO is a game of destiny, right? It’s a game of luck, right? No. It’s a game of super-human intelligent machines, right? No. It’s a game of super-brainy, highly sophisticated computer programs, right? It’s all about the cards. The cards determine the outcome. If you have a good hand, then you win. Lose, and you lose. It’s the way life is.
Yet, we’re going to spend all this time determining the outcome of BINGO, the ultimate game of fate and randomness. Strange, isn’t it? Strange, indeed. But, if you’ve been searching for a way to determine the outcome of such a game, you’re in luck.Recently, a mathematics professor and his student were able to identify a sequence of six bingo cards that when combined in a certain way will give you a better than 99% chance of winning the game, all from a computer.
The professor used 6-level chess to explain why such sequences appear in the winning hands. 6-level chess is similar to 5-level chess, in the sense that the game is broken into smaller pieces. 6-level chess has each of the possible combinations of numbers in the six suites of the game. The number of combinations needed to make a hand is then designated into a 6-level group. The arrangement of the numbers into groups determine the cover of the game. Coverages are then applied to the game. The arrangement of the numbers according to the six suits in the game, adds up to 26 combinations, or the equivalent of millions of wagers in the game.
The motive force behind determining the outcomes of games, be they controlled or free will, is called luck. Back inAugust, I wrote an article about how certain numbers delay in coming out in pick 6games. I’ve been using this line of investigation to determine the outcome of games ever since.
The more numbers we process in a given amount of time, the easier it is to determine the outcomes, or more accurately, predict the outcomes. If we can do it quickly, we can do it over the course of a single day, or even a single week, you could essentially predict the outcome all the time.
When you know the outcome of a game, or at least the likely outcomes, you can do foreplay. This means that instead of winning, you could actually be winning over the course of a season, or the offseason.
As I stated before, being able to predict the outcome of a game is basically the goal. The game would not even need to win. According to Ken Silver, the only times he wins consistently is when he doesn’t. He will not say that this is the goal of his bets, but he says that at least 99% of his bets are successful. Based on this, it looks like the only time he doesn’t win is when he doesn’t bet.
According totainment futures market specialist Barney Frank, bettors stake on Team A every year. Team A is usually the favorite. They do not attractive take Team A to win. In fact, the last three years, Frank says that when he has predicted the outcome, Team A wins. At least 97% of the time.
According to 7meter.com, when you take Powerball and Mega Millions into the calculation, you will find that Team A wins the majority of the time, but not always the jackpot. In fact, they only win about 50% of the time. Team B has the least amount of winners and they also win the least amount of the jackpot.
There are other methods for picking winning numbers besides just using theande Sync. The most logical would be to use the “Quick Pick” formula. This is when you use different numbers to predict the numbers. They usually involve having to some sort of a lucky number, an important number, or both.
Using the Quick Pick formula, you will record your numbers, then the calculator will generate a number for you. It could be a whole number, a combination of numbers, or an odd or even number. This way, your odds of winning are high.
The only down side to this system is that if you record nine numbers, you have nine different numbers to pick from, which means, you could only win if you have those nine numbers. That’s not really a big deal though, right?
Those of you that are dealers will know that 10 numbers out of 13 is about the number of draws that we’ll be getting in amongst the 63 draws that the game has. With 63 draws, that means that the odds of matching all ten numbers are 1 in exactly 13,983,816.