Your original GAT with RF = 0I just thought that the ID=2252433 would go into a hot cycle and I would get A REAL PROFIT from the ID in the 3rd column economically and soon instead of some 2/5 or a 3/5.
Fair enough. Expectation is a good thing as long as it has some backup performance to expect that. In your particular picked GAT however, you got exactly what this GAT demonstrated, which is steady 2 & 3 hits performance. I assume you somehow expected a 4+ hit out of it otherwise I don't get the point of all these hating posts. Eventually it did produce a 4 hit at RF = 31 or so, however this GAT never demonstrated actual regularity for such an outcome of 4 hits. Can you see the large gap of non 4-hits at the left side? It did produce some 4 hits at the middle of its history for a period of 35 draws, then it got cold as it was cold before that middle part too - no 4 hits whatsoever to the right half of its hit history. One of the very first things we mention about GAT picking is to observe a regular occurrence (the regularity of hits) of an event all over its test range - this is what gives STRENGTH to our expectation, that it can do that performance all over AGAIN and AGAIN. This GAT didn't provide regularity for a 4 hit, so any expectation for such a result is questionable. It even demonstrated that it can get cold at the left side of the history, do you see that waiting time since the 4-hit at position 10? The next 4-hit occurred at position 43 which is a span of 33 draws. So it did show that it can have some long waiting time for such an event to occur again (43 draws average waiting time based on natural chance) but the point is there was no clear regularity to begin with for the expectation of a 4 hit. So, this expectation was not supported by that particular GAT selection because this GAT demonstrated other abilities which were a regular 2 & 3 hit performance. As you can see, it did deliver that. For a 4 hit? No, it didn't show any such regular qualities although it still did produce that 4 hit eventually.
Cycles are closely related to the regularity. Honestly, looking at that red line hit graph how can you conclude a 4 hit has to come up very soon? Why? And please don't call this a bad GAT, this is a perfectly good GAT to what it demonstrated it can provide and what it did eventually provide. Your expectation was bad by picking that GAT to support your expectation.When a user picked up a GAT ID which was in a hot cycle, the ID was indeed a better one at their play period. Conversely, when a user picked up a GAT ID which was in a cold cycle, the ID should be a bad one at this period. Even if it is the same ID, it will behave the different performance at the different period: Better or Bad. This is the Inherent characteristic or momentum of all GATs.
For my real example here, the ID=2252433 just was a bad performing GAT in my play period (10/18/2017—10/23/2017) since it was in a cold cycle. Please look at the picture as below:
So, you should understand why I say the ID=2252433 is not a better performing GAT.
Then pick a GAT that demonstrates regularity to a 4+ hit. You'll get quite sooner any event you ask for from GAT, that's the point of GAT after all.However, the all GAT users focus on to get A REAL PROFIT by using a GAT ID. In other words, users want to get a desired hit soon and economically by using a Better Performing GAT.
The rest doesn't worth any commenting, this is what I call BS and crap. Suffice to say, you picked a GAT which demonstrated a particular performance and you got that performance which is much better to what is naturally expected, you had no idea what you were expecting out of it or really your expectation was higher than what was demonstrated, you got what it was expected out of it but you complain because it didn't give you what you were expecting but got what was actually expected. So, BS and crap from start to the end in your posts. Again, there is nothing to solve. Make sensible picks. This one here demonstrates you made a bad pick based on your expectation. You got what was demonstrated, how can this be even "a problem to solve"?
And yes I have used my system to play my local game, I got too close to get the big one twice over two years I have played with it - I stopped because I had the photo business all day long and right now my life isn't at its best to start playing regularly again - I will again eventually don't worry. I got numerous smaller prices in between which supported my play way longer than the money I had available to play or expected to gain if I played numbers from my head. As I said, you have no idea what beating odds mean. What I know is, I get more often more better hits using GAT than what I can do using my magical predictive powers.