OOO and EEO, OEE, EOE produce the odd sums. remove those patterns. An even SUM is over due. Even SUMS are produced by EEE and EOO, OOE, OEO. HOWEVER, take a look at the odd/even patterns. There are 5 evens in the 3rd number position. There is a high chance the next winner in the 3rd position would be an ODD. Thus, you may want to also remove EEE and OOE. Remove LLL and Line, Line, Line. Becareful, the numbers filter takes out more winners. But if you feel confident, remove 414. Also, if you feel confident, remove DOUBLES since a double already won. Hopefully doubles dont repeat in the next winner. You could also remove IOI, 9 and 3,2. If nothing repeats and the above stays true, You will be left with the following numbers
IF you look at the SPLIT PAIRS of the CURVE/LINE patterns "L.L" won 3 times back to back. If you remove that split pair, you have the following numbers:
IF you look at the odd/even BACK PAIR, you will see a Low won 3 times back to back in the 3rd number position. Thus, high chance the "LL" will not repeat in the BACK PAIR. This leaves you with the following numbers'
What are the chances that another "7" will win in the first position. And will 3 consecutive numbers like 123, 321, etc win. If you remove them, you have the following numbers
And will the next winner contain a lowest winning digit from 0-3. If you remove lowest winning digits 9,8,7,6,5,4, you are left with the following numbers:
If you remove the FRONT PAIR "LL", you are left with the following numbers
NOW, you think which one will be the next winner EOO or OEO....At this point, you toss a coin up in the air and choose one of the following or play both.
27 numbers (EOO)
23 numbers (OEO)
WARNING: The above is just an example to teach you how to reduce numbers logically using the filters. The more you remove, the higher chance the winner will be removed. HOWEVER, if you're only betting $5.75 to win $37.50-$225 then not much of a loss.