**DELAY OF NUMBERS.**

Dear visitor of the site, before we begin our conversation about the delay of numbers, let’s first remember the meaning of colours in the table №1.1.

**1)** - Squares with a delay from 1 to 10 draws are marked with orange colour. The numbers located in this delay zone will be considered as a “fresh” just now or recently were drawn.

**2)** -Squares with a delay from 11 to 20 draws are marked with yellow colour. The numbers located in this delay zone will be considered as average and not too long delayed.

**3)** - Squares with a delay from 21 draws and more are marked with red colour. The numbers located in this delay zone will be considered as strongly delayed.

So, in each new drawing are drawn 5 numbers out of 47. Any number, at the time of its being drawn, of course has its own kind of delay expressed by some amount of not being drawn numbers in the drawings! In the table №5 I will record the data of delay of numbers taken from table №1.1 (photo №47).

**Photo № 47**

For example look at the last line in table №5 (photo №48).

**Photo № 48**

Five coloured squares – this is five already drawn numbers 5 out of 47. Let’s read information from left to right. First square with number 13 – this is information about delay, refers to number №2. The square with the number 13 tells us that second drawn number hasn’t been drawn in 13 drawings. The second square with the number 2 refers to number №3 and so on….

According to table №1.1 there are 4 characteristics of delay of numbers.

**1)** - Number repeat **R ** .

**2)** - Delay of numbers from 1 to 10 drawings, orange squares.

**3)** - Delay of numbers from 11 to 20 drawings, yellow squares.

**4)** - Delay of numbers from 21 and more drawings, red squares.

So that it would be better to see how and in which positions the numbers getting drawn, the squares from table №5 I once more record in table №5.1 (photo №49).

**Photo № 49**

In the table №5.1 each position of the delay has its own running track or its own column (photo №49). But let’s go back to main question – which positions more often getting drawn and how exactly getting drawn?

Look closely at photo №50 table №5.1. Which squares do you visually see most?

**-** **Red** ** ?**

**-** **Yellow** **?**

**- ****Orange ?**

**Photo № 50**

- Or orange?

Let’s analyze for comparison the behaviour of two positions of delays, although it’s visually visible who and how get drawn…

Let’s start with orange…

Out of the last 260 drawings – 259 drawings had a presence of at least one number, whose delay at the time of drawing was from 1 to 10 draws. Orange (indicator 260-259). In brackets I will write the ratio of the number of hits to the last 260 drawings…

- Out of 259 drawings with orange there are 19 drawings with 1 orange drawn number (260-259-19).

- Out of 259 drawings with orange there are 56 drawings with 2 orange drawn numbers (260-259-56).

- Out of 259 drawings with orange there are 86 drawings with 3 orange drawn numbers (260-259-86).

- Out of 259 drawings with orange there are 80 drawings with 4 orange drawn numbers (260-259-80).

- Out of 259 drawings with orange there are 18 drawings with 5 orange drawn numbers (260-259-18).

Let’s analyze the behaviour of the “yellow” numbers…

Out of the last 260 drawings – 172 drawings had presence of numbers, whose delay at a time of the drawing was from 11 to 20 drawings (260-172).

- Out of 172 drawings with yellow, there were 106 drawings with 1 drawn yellow number (260-172-106).

- Out of 172 drawings with yellow, there were 48 drawings with 2 drawn yellow numbers (260-172-48).

- Out of 172 drawings with yellow, there were 16 drawings with 3 drawn yellow numbers (260-172-16).

- Out of 172 drawings with yellow, there were 2 drawings with 4 drawn yellow numbers (260-172-2).

- Out of 172 drawings with yellow, there were 0 drawings with 5 drawn yellow numbers (260-172-0).

And now let’s analyze the behaviour of the red numbers…

Out of the last 260 drawings – 106 drawings had a presence of numbers, whose delay at the time of drawing was from 21 and higher (260-106).

- Out of 106 drawings with red there are 93 drawings with 1 red drawn number (260-106-93).

- Out of 106 drawings with red there are 13 drawings with 2 red drawn numbers (260-106-13).

- Out of 106 drawings with red there are 2 drawings with 3 red drawn numbers (260-106-2).

- Out of 106 drawings with red there are 0 drawings with 4 red drawn numbers (260-106-0).

- Out of 106 drawings with red there are 0 drawings with 5 red drawn numbers (260-106-0).

The engagement of red and yellow numbers together occurred only 64 times (260 -106-64).

As you can see, playing with only strongly delayed numbers is not effective!

It was general information and it’s also important. It has its own interesting moments, which in table №5.1 are simply not visible, but these moments will be visible to the player in subsequent tables. For example, in one of the tables №5.2 (photo №51).

**Photo № 51**

So in table №5.2 there are 21 numbered columns from "**R **" and from 1 to 20. Information on the delay of the drawn numbers from table №5.1 record again in its own “running tracks” in the table №5.2. For example, the last line in the table №5.1 shows us that numbers were drawn with a delay – 13; 2; 4; 8; 1. So, all these data on the delay of numbers are recorded in their numbered columns №13; 2; 4; 8; 1. See photo №51.

At the beginning of table №5.2 green squares with the letter "**R** " inside – that is how we will mark the repeat event. So that later on it was easier for me to explain, the data on the delay of numbers will also be called like that: position on the delay "**R **" №1; 2; 3; 4; …20.

By recording and counting the data on the delay of numbers in table №5.2, the player has the opportunity to answer interesting questions – with what delay the numbers are drawn more often? The visual design of the information in this and other tables, allows the player to see the game`s history, the last behaviour and character of drawn positions, the sequence of delays of drawn certain positions as of the time of the last draw and so on.

For example, look at photo №51, at the bottom of the table there is an informational line (counter), which shows:

- That out of the last 260 drawings – there was 104 drawings with repeat.

- That out of the last 260drawings – there was 103 drawings with an event, when at least one out of the five prize-winning numbers had a delay of exactly one drawing.

- That out of the last 260drawings – there was 104 drawings with an event, when at least one out of the five prize-winning numbers had a delay also of exactly two drawings and so on.

How to choose numbers according to table №5.2? Very easy and simple!

For example, viewing the history and the sequence of the drawn positions, you assume that in the next 271 drawing again there will be drawn some number with a delay of 2 drawings! Having looked at the last line in table №1.1, you will see that at this moment there are only 3 numbers with a delay of 2 drawings – this is №23; №36 and №44 (photo №52).

**Photo № 52**

If you want to play position №3, then for the next 271 drawing there are also only 3 numbers with a delay of 3 drawings – this is №6; №15 and №20.

If you want to play position under №9, then at this moment there is only 1 number with a delay of 9 drawings – this is №10. And so on…

Watching the numbers getting drawn from the delay position, I offer players a visual answer to the question of the frequency of the drawn numbers of those or other positions!

And what is the history of the drawn delay positions in relation to other positions?

By knowing it you can also select numbers not bad! Therefore in table №5.5 we will record the history of the drawn numbers for each position.

For example, in photo №53 to your attention I will present the history of the last 20 drawings of position №1 from table №5.5 as of at 270 drawings.

**Photo № 53**

As you can see on the photo, the position №1 in its last 20 drawings were drawn 11 times together with position №2!!! This is slightly more than 50 %! If you don’t like such result… then for comparison see, that for the same time position №1 was drawn with position №4 … only 3 times and with position №5 was drawn only 4 times! And with position №15 and №18 in general haven’t been drawn even once in their 20 last drawings!

Therefore, if the player, for example, has a desire to play in the next drawing №271/3061 positions №1 and №2 together, in the hope that they will be drawn, then the player looks at the table №1.1 and sees which numbers and to which positions belong.

For example photo №54, look at the last line and see:

**Photo № 54**

- That for 271 drawing for position №1 (numbers with a delay of one drawing) is suitable such numbers: №5; 7; 12; 34; 44.

- That for 271 drawing for position №2 (numbers with a delay of two drawings) is suitable only three numbers: №23; 36; 44.

In most cases in the drawings is drawn one number from each position. Therefore on the photo №54 I didn’t record numbers among themselves from the same position.

Therefore I got a version of 15 options!

If in 271^{st} drawing one number from each of these positions will be drawn, then by writing out only two more numbers in each of the options, in one of the options two numbers already correctly and precisely recorded! The only question is what will the player write more in the remaining unwritten numbers?

As I already said, the number of options for playing 2 numbers from 2 different positions of delays may be different, ranging from maximum quantity of 25 options and up to minimum of 1 option! It all depends on selection by the player 2 positions and the quantity of numbers suitable for these two options!

Also the player at his own wish may to play more than two positions together, but then will be needed more options.

For example, imagine that you want to play positions №9 and №12 together in the 271^{st} drawing, then only 1 option comes out!! This is because for these positions at a time of 271^{st} drawing only 2 numbers are suitable – these are №10 and №19!

But the numbers for 271^{st} drawing, suitable for the position of delays №10; 14; 17 and 20 do not exist at all – they are 0! But some numbers, suitable for these positions may already appear on the 272^{nd} drawing!

**DON’T FORGET! THAT THE NUMBERS, WHICH ARE NOT BEEN DRAWN, FOR THE NEXT DRAWING IS SUITABLE FOR ANOTHER POSITION OF DELAY.**

For example, imagine that you are hunting for position №12 and at a time of 271^{st} drawing there is only one number №19 has a delay of 12 drawings. But if that number doesn`t get drawn in the 271^{st} drawing then in the 272^{nd} drawing it already has a delay of 13 drawings and belongs to position №13 (photo №55).

**Photo № 55**

For position №12 for the 272^{nd} drawing already will be suitable numbers №26 and №33, if of course they will not be drawn in the 271^{st} drawing !

Players who select their numbers randomly of course don’t follow the delay of numbers – it’s a pity! But now you have a good reason to think about significance of delays of the drawn numbers !