|Posted: May 31, 2012, 9:07 pm - IP Logged|
Wanted to ask if anyone can recommend some thoughts on setting the digits and which groups to block out other than making a wil guess. I am trying to do as RL mentions put 3 groups in play, block 2or3 groups and block 2-3 digits. The software does work but predicting these filters especially is very difficult for me.
Is there a way to use all the digits at a minimum and keep the lines down in the 100-300 range?
Just trying to zero in on these settings as these are the most critical it seems to keep the lines down into workable range.
Any help appreciated!
I was hoping that many would talk about the digit and group selections and maybe post some of what they
think will hit. The wife and I break the setup into two parts and she works the groups and I take on the digits.
We play my 5-39 so our setups would not be much use for PB and MM but I can tell you that many people have
or will have some values that they can predict very well. The wife hates the digits but the digits are what I
spend 99% of my time on. I love the digits, I eat, drink and sleep digits. Here is what I think and people can
take it or leave it. The subconscious mind stores everything, somewhere in there is stored what you had for
lunch on your very first day of school. You may not be able to remember it but it's there. The games I am working
on will feed your subconscious thousands of bits of information which will be stored and kept for future use. When
you look at the data and something pops out I think it is the subconscious mind at work. Some people do very well
with pick-3 games but there systems sometimes don't make much sense. I think these people poor over so much
data which is stored that what they see as a pattern may not be a pattern but a product of the subconscious. I
have days where I just pull up the data and BAM! That filter is going to hit a (1) in the next draw. Many times
my hand will move and make the adjustment seemingly by it's self. I have been writting lottery software for over
20 years and have been working with digits almost that long. Some days I look at the data and know right away
that it's not a good day to play. I can't say how this works but I pay attention. If I had to give one thing that I
think helps most it would be to study the data. Just open the database and look at it trying to find anything and
everything that you can, It does not have to be something that will help in a setup just collect bits of information.
Get a scratch pad and write things down, many people do this and most of the suggestions come from this sort
of analysis and what people suggest is valid but if I put everything in that I already have, it would take years to
learn how to use them. ALL this information will make you a better player. I hope some people start posting some
of the settings they come up with because the more input the better everyone will do.
Working on my Ph.D. "University of hard Knocks"
I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider
they are not.