Due Number Theory - Questions 67 and 68 Posted on November 2, 2017 at 05:43:27 PM by Craig G
Maybe just 68 for now, to stay on topic.
Let's say the 68 Exacta came in yesterday. Then it is clearly not due and neither then is the 68 Q.
So if the 68 Q isn't due, then its probability is likely to be even worse than usual.
But what if the 86 Exacta is way, way, waaaaaay overdue.
What does that say about the probability of 68Q? Doesn't it automatically get bumped up? Is it due without appearing to be due? Have I stumbled upon a Stealth Mode of due numbers?
If the 68 Ex has come in a lot lately, but the 86 Ex hasn't hit in ages, then could the 68 Q be both hot and due at the same time? That might be really profitable, unless, of course, it attracts too much attention.
It's problems like this that cause me to leave Due Numbers Theory to the experts.