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Play Whe Charts
There are several Play Whe charts that people of Trinidad and Tobago often use to decide which "mark" they should play in Play Whe.  The most common are the 1/16 Chart the 1-10 Line Chart and the Bank Chart.

 1/16 Chart

The Play Whe 1/16 Chart associates each Play Whe number with a group of two other numbers to suggest predictions for a Play Whe draw based on the previous number drawn. To use the 1/16 chart, find the last draw's  winning number among the yellow balls, and get the numbrs of the two white balls associated with it below as suggestions for the next number to be drawn.

Each ball belongs to and is associated with 3 groups of balls on the chart, so number 1 may play with numbers 16 and 29 in one group for example, with numbers 9 and 24 in a second group, and with numbers 22 and 14 in a third. Many Players  use these number associations to 'block their mark', hopefully increasing their chances of winning.

The 1/16 Chart is also used to build stories by grouping the marks or 'spirits' associated with each number grouping, and looking for similiar topics players may encounter in their everyday life to suggest number combinations that resonate with them on that day.

 1 2 3 4 16 29 17 30 18 31 19 32 5 6 7 8 20 33 21 34 22 35 23 36 9 10 11 12 24 1 25 2 26 3 27 4 13 14 15 16 28 5 29 6 30 7 31 8 17 18 19 20 32 9 33 10 34 11 35 12 21 22 23 24 36 13 1 14 2 15 3 16 25 26 27 28 4 17 5 18 6 19 7 20 29 30 31 32 8 21 9 22 10 23 11 24 33 34 35 36 12 25 13 26 14 27 15 28

 1-10 Line Chart

In the Play Whe 1-10 Line Chart, it is suggested that the digits 1 to 9 be played along with other associated two-digit numbers in a line based on the sum of the two digits in the number as shown in the chart below.

For example, the number 10 is associated with the digit 1 since adding the digits in the number 10 results in a sum of 1: 1+0=1. Adding the digits 2 and 8 in the number 28, or adding the digits 1 and 9 in the number 19 also gives us the sum of 10, so the number 1 will be associated with the numbers 10, 19 and 28.

To use the chart, players will often play the associated two-digit associated numbers along with any of the 1-digit numbers between 1 and 9, or they may add the two digits in numbers between 10 and 36 to also play corresponding 1-digit numbers.

### 2-Digit Numbers

1

10
19
28

2

11
20
29

3

12
21
30

4

13
22
31

5

14
23
32

6

15
24
33

7

16
25
34

8

17
26
35

9

18
27
36

 Bank Chart

In the Play Whe Bank Chart, the Large balls are the main marks, and the small balls are associated blocking marks. It is suggested that you block your main mark with its associated marks, either in the circle, in the triangle, or in both the circle and triangle as illustrated below.

For example, to Play the Circle, block the main mark 1 with its associated marks 34 and 10.
To Play the Triangle, block the main mark 2 with its associated marks 35 and 11.
You can also cross over between the Circle and Triangle. Block the main mark 2 with associated marks 34 and 10.

 34 35
 1 2
 10 11
 36 1
 3 4
 12 13
 2 3
 5 6
 14 15
 4 5
 7 8
 16 17

 6 7
 9 10
 18 19
 8 9
 11 12
 20 21
 10 11
 13 14
 22 23
 12 13
 15 16
 24 25

 14 15
 17 18
 26 27
 16 17
 19 20
 28 29
 18 19
 21 22
 30 31
 20 21
 23 24
 32 33

 22 23
 25 26
 34 35
 24 25
 27 28
 36 1
 26 27
 29 30
 2 3
 28 29
 31 32
 4 5

 30 31
 33 34
 6 7
 32 33
 35 36
 8 9
 34 35
 37 38
 10 11