New Substitute Lottery System
A major feature of lottery analysis using data from a substitute workout is Followers.
History shows that some lottery numbers seem to follow other numbers on a somewhat regular basis.
We can use this to our advantage, if we have reliable inventory and tracking charts.
The Gap Combinations, column III of the Base Foundation is the primary source for Follower data.
The first requirement is breaking the combinations into three streams, A, B, and C.
Our conversion key states that Gap combinations digits 1, 2 and 3 are As, e.g., 1A 2A 3A.
The key states that digits 4, 5, 6 are Bs e.g., 4B, 5B,6B.
The key states that digits 7, 8, 9, are Cs e.g. 7C 8C 9C.
Digit 0 is an R.
I'm not going to provide the tracking charts, per se.
Anyone who analyzes lottery numbers regularly already knows how to set up inventory (how many?) and HotSheets (step-by-step).
I have these charts for TX330. They are very extensive because I've been using them for a long time.
The Follower streams are also lengthy.
I'm going use the last 50 entries.
Thus: (taken from the G# combinations in order of occurrence)
A - 1222223221132133121322221212331133113332321131232322
B - 5554546445566444455545555446565656555546666445464456
C - 7889779770900890770970078800708080088880088888070990
The stream content will vary depending on the Master Key. The above is for Texas Pick 3
combined draw results. It would be different for other MCKs and state lotteries.
Based on my TYPE tracking charts, I believe that Straight structures 'AAB, ACA' are due,
probably within 3 days, or sooner.
I need to 'choose two As, from the three that are available.
Referring to the 'A' stream, the last digit is '2'
Question is: What's next??
I have several tracking charts that provide detailed History, that is, what has happened in
the recent past.
I'm not going to provide the charts, just the Inventory and End-of-Line totals, which are:
IT A EL L#
68 1A 30 8
69 2A 3 9
71 3A 23 3
IT - Long Term inventory total
EL - End-of-Line total
L# - Lottery Number (according to MCK)
I could, at this point, choose 3A (L#3) and 1A (L#8) based on the fact that both have been 'OUT" the longest.
According to my Base Foundation tracking charts, 2A came up last in the 1025D drawing.
Analysis of the 'A' stream could further aid the selection process.
Using the last 4 entries in the A stream (2322), make a visual inspection of the total stream for
There is one, and the next digit is '1'
Using the last 3 entries (322), make a visual inspection for repeats.
There are two - 332 - 1 and 332 - 2.
Using the last 2 entries (22), make a visual inspection for repeats.
There are several - 2221222.
I'm seeing a lot of '2s' therefore, I'm going to choose '2A' as one of the two As that I need.
Next step is to temporarily add a '2' to the end of stream, and repeat the above viusal inspections.
My choices are 1A and 3A.
Visual inspections indicates that '1A' is the best choice.
AAB = 21x=98x
ACA = 2x1=9x8
Now I need a 'B'
My tracking charts provide the following totals.
IT B EL L#
58 4B 6 7
61 5B 5 5
53 6B 1 1
No clear choice.
Analyze the 'B' follower stream.
Last 4 digits = 4456
Lasst 3 digits - 456
Last 2 digits - 56
Two possibilities 56-6 and 56-5 twice.
Tough decision, but, I'm going with 5B.
(Note. My poor key choices is the reason 5A is L#5. Wish I had caught that error
in the beginning, but, Im not going to throw away my tracking charts and start
over with a different MCK)
I now need a 'C' to complete the 'ACA' combination.
My tracking charts provide these totals:
IT C EL L#
60 7C 14 0
73 8C 16 6
45 9C 2 4
67 0R * 2
It appears that ' 8C' is the current favorite, based on Inventory totals.
Referring to the 'C' follower stream.
Making visual inspections, the last 4 digits in the 'C' stream are: 0990
Last 3 digits - 990
Last 2 digits - 90
There are two - 0 and 7.
The visual inspections shows a lot of 8s and 0s.
However, '0' is '0R'
Interesting because I don't have an 'R' in the structures I want to play.
Therefore, I choose '8C'
Thus: ACA = 281=965
My final combinations are: 985 and 965.
I can play them Box, or, I could go Straight, or, I could go both ways.
Betting 50 cents, both ways, total cost = $2 per drawing.
I would play my choices until a 'Double A' comes up in the Type column.
Hopefully, one of my sets will come up in the next drawing!!
I assume that folks who get 'up close and personal' with lottery numbers know how to build and maintain various tracking charts that help them find answers to the 'what's next' question.
I use 3x3 matrices to provide 'pair' totals. I have charts that track triples, and others.
These are time consuming activities, but, they are needed, if one is to make good choices.
Folks who are new to lottery analysis need to take the time to build their own charts.
Don't do what Bobby623 does because his answers to the what's next question could
If you don't know how, find tracking too complex, don't have time, or fail to keep the charts current, I suggest quick picks as an alternative.