No superstition here. No magic square. The lowest DS belongs to the highest part of my square. The highest DS belongs to the lowest part of my square. I simply find 6x6 fields more interesting than 12x3 fields.

Any number in area 1 to 36 appearing only once is without a cross. Any number there appearing more than one time is crossed out.

The "oners" (without cross) tend to dominate the picture AT FIRST, say in the first part of the session.

Surprising clustering and patterns appear from time to time.

In my grid there are a number of DIAGONALS.

I am aware that you might not be used to look at diagonals within 6x6 fields, so I´ll present them here:

Four diagonal groups of two fields: 2-7, 5-12, 25-32, and 30-35.

Four diagonals withs three fields: 3-8-13, 4-11-18, 19-26-33, and 24-29-34.

Four diagonals with four fields: 4-9-14-19, 3-10-17-24, 13-20-27-34, and 18-23-28-33

Four with five fields: 5-10-15-20-25, 2-9-16-23-30, 12-17-22-27-32, and 7-14-21-28-35.

Two diagonals with six fields: 1-8-15-22-29-36 and 6-11-16-21-26-31.

I hope to see diagonals filled with "oners". So if 7 has come once, and 2 has not come at all,

I´ll place one chip at a time on Number 2.

If 4 and 11 has come one time each, and if 18 has not come at all, I´ll bet No. 18.

And so forth and so one.

Tomorrow I´ll tell how to handle repeats.