The EL Winning Numbers History tracks and charts ticket number intervals(sometimes called "Skips" in other software). The history features have to many options that can be setup by user preference(e.g. segments/charts), so I'll just try to give a basic explanation/strategy of history sums and levels.

Open a Properties[Package] tab window(Ctrl+3). Click on the 'Columns...' button in the upper left, and in the list, check mark only 'History Sums' then click OK. You should now see the columns listed; History Sum 0, History Sum 1(etc.). Each of these columns is one level, and the values listed are the history sums. Each of these sums are calculated from all the pool number intervals in the

latest winning draw. So a package ticket's history sum in each level is what the sum would be if that package ticket hit in the next draw.

The basic strategy for these sums are,...you want to use the history charts/features to estimate or follow a trend in the ranges and sums of the levels you choose. Then filter to see how many of the same package tickets were accepted or rejected to match your strategy. If the same tickets are coming up from draw to draw in your strategy, then they might be worth playing. There also isn't a specific number of levels to use, because the WNH is based on random number intervals, and those intervals are different for each lotto.

tintan wrote:... In the oficial version of EL I used to have the levels near the toggle-cut-off-dates. It just disappeared after some updates perhaps ...

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