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# Sequential difference for P3,P4, P5, Lotto: 5/31-5/34

Topic closed. 31 replies. Last post 2 years ago by adobea78.

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That helps. Is it the same for the p5 on the top right?  Would you consider putting this on manual's site?

P5 goes for lottery games,eg Quinto of Pa state(so you consider digits 0 thru 9). The chart was split from copying from google documents to lottery post, Lotto covers from numbers 0 thru  17 and lottery from 0 thru 9.

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NB:For P4/P5 use combined data(Day and Night). Remember everything is in sequence, hence the first two sets of Pairs/triads/quads is all you need.

I got it! Thanks!

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P5 goes for lottery games,eg Quinto of Pa state(so you consider digits 0 thru 9). The chart was split from copying from google documents to lottery post, Lotto covers from numbers 0 thru  17 and lottery from 0 thru 9.

Great!

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I think you missed part of the chart, Copy/paste from google table  messed up.  See the original chart on begining of thread. The concept is simple, write down the sequential difference for any drawn set, eg if the set was  1-3-25-17-6, my seq. diff will be 1-3(2), 3-25(21), 25-17(8), 17-6(11)= 2,21,8,11   , these are triggers for the section of the pool , so from the chart :

Diff                 Picks

2                    30,32,4,3,31

21                   not on chart

8                    24,10,26,9,25

11                  21,13,23,11-22

adobea78, why do you substract differently in these examples?

1-3(2),           3-25(21),       vs               25-17(8),                                          17-6(11)

ok          5-2 and 3-2, ok      25-17 =8 ?  5-2=3, 7-1=6, 6-3=3        17-6 = 11 ?   7-1 =6,   6-6=0

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adobea78, why do you substract differently in these examples?

1-3(2),           3-25(21),       vs               25-17(8),                                          17-6(11)

ok          5-2 and 3-2, ok      25-17 =8 ?  5-2=3, 7-1=6, 6-3=3        17-6 = 11 ?   7-1 =6,   6-6=0

1-3(2), 3-25(22), 25-17(8), 17-6(11)= 2,21,8,11  corrected . Is just regular subtraction with absolute digit, no negative values, you are only interested in the difference between the draw set  as indicator to choose target set.  so a draw set 1-2-4 is 1,2 not -1, -2

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Is a simple proposition, every draw set triggers a section of the pool,  so be sectional! This chart is handy , more of pencil/paper workout(I understand all these excel  thing, more organizational than intuition). If you don't have patience then don't use, need to reconsider your waging strategy if u decide to use it. Take any draw set, write down the sequential difference, pick your pairs, triads, quads  etc  as your base, eg if my draw set is 759 , my sequential diff will be 2,4 and my pairs are 2(24-27-79), 4(46,45,57).

Data illustration will suffice to offset my poor grammer , so here we go with OHIO Data using the seq.diff. Iam going to  work on P3 and P4.

CHART

 seq. digit difference Pairs triads P4 Quads P5 LOTTO: 5/31  to 5/34 games 0 02,09,91 029,021,291 0029,0099,2291 32-2-34-1-33 1 13,18,80 138,380,130 1138,1130,3380 3-33-31-2-32 2 24,27,79 247,249,479 2247,2249,4479 30-32-4-3-31 3 35,36,68 356,358,568 3356,3358,5568 29-5-31-4-30 4 46,45,57 465,467,657 4465,4467,6657 29-5-31-5-29 5 57,54,46 574,576,745 5574,5576,7745 7-27-29-6-28 6 68,63,35 683,685,835 6683,6685,8835 7-27-29-7-27 7 79,72,24 792,794,924 7792,7794,9924 9-27-25-8-26 8 80,81,13 801,803,013 8801,8803,0013 24-10-26-9-25 9 90,91,12 901,902,012 9901,9902,0012 25-11-23-10-24 lotto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

OHIO DATA

Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Mon, Feb 4, 2013 Sun, Feb 3, 2013 Sat, Feb 2, 2013 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 474 485 2641 5572 366 414 8732 6355 787 693 3018 8090 964 558 9649 0921 283 148 5864 5636 285 528 6430 6397 948 675 9338 1566 309 783 8844 1750 969 356 3383 3209 565 304 7164 42

Is better to separate day/ eve draws(For cost and distraction reasons), let start from date Jan 27 (DY draw only)

Date           Draw         seq.dff.       pairs

Jan 27        565            1,1            13x>18x>80x (> priority in selecting, everything is sequential)

jan  28        969            3,3            35-36-68

jan  29        309            3,9            35-36-68 :  90-91-12

jan   30       948            5,4            57,54, 46 : 46-45-57

jan    31       285           6,3             68-63-35 :35-36-68

Now after  5 set(optional) workout,  your pair pattern  becomes clear, U choose only one pattern, don't be greedy(beting strategy), decide to  seq diff 3 for pairs 35,36,68 .

Forming picks for 35,36,68: everything is in sequence, so I'll choose 35, 36 against 0-9, budget constrains?,look at behavior of pairs, and go for str8 or for distinct bet, your x for 356  is the Pool minus 3568 (X=0,1,2,4,9)

P4

Jan 27       7164          6,5,2          683,685, 835 :574,576,745:247,249,479

For folks targeting P5(digits lottery) is best to have string length 6, doubled the first two digits before you form a quad. suppose my reduced string is 123456, my quads will be 112233456 for combo 1123x, 1124,1125, 1223x,1224x, 1334x,1335x, 1336x. your x should be maximum 2 digits for 16 picks or reduced version will be first 2 quads with limit of string(highest digit of string, ie 6 in this example).

Lets do some workout for P5(quinto of Pa):

 Thu, Feb 7, 2013 2-2-5-3-0?Prize Payouts Wed, Feb 6, 2013 9-3-1-9-4?Prize Payouts Tue, Feb 5, 2013 1-3-3-2-4?Prize Payouts Tue, Feb 5, 2013 8-6-6-1-9?Double Draw?Prize Payouts Mon, Feb 4, 2013 6-6-2-1-4?Prize Payouts Sun, Feb 3, 2013 7-7-9-8-7?Prize Payouts Sat, Feb 2, 2013 3-2-3-3-4?Prize Payouts Fri, Feb 1, 2013 8-3-1-3-4?Prize Payouts Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3-8-8-1-4?Prize Payouts Wed, Jan 30, 2013 9-9-4-5-6?Prize Payouts Tue, Jan 29, 2013 7-4-6-3-0?Prize Payouts Mon, Jan 28, 2013 6-3-0-5-6?Prize Payouts Sun, Jan 27, 2013 9-3-8-1-3?Prize Payouts Sat, Jan 26, 2013 5-0-4-5-1?Prize Payouts Sat, Jan 26, 2013 5-4-3-4-0?Double Draw?Prize Payouts Fri, Jan 25, 2013 6-2-9-4-6?Prize Payouts

date         draw set             seq.diff.         string            reduced string

Jan 25       62946              4,7,5,2          4657924        692 (convert into quads, 669922)

66994,66995,66997,66994>66924,66925,66927,66924>99224,99225,99227,99224, this should be playe  for at least a month as investment(choose only day or night if on tight budget, \$12/day for 30 or 60 days for possible returns of \$50,000.00 is pretty good deal.

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Is a simple proposition, every draw set triggers a section of the pool,  so be sectional! This chart is handy , more of pencil/paper workout(I understand all these excel  thing, more organizational than intuition). If you don't have patience then don't use, need to reconsider your waging strategy if u decide to use it. Take any draw set, write down the sequential difference, pick your pairs, triads, quads  etc  as your base, eg if my draw set is 759 , my sequential diff will be 2,4 and my pairs are 2(24-27-79), 4(46,45,57).

Data illustration will suffice to offset my poor grammer , so here we go with OHIO Data using the seq.diff. Iam going to  work on P3 and P4.

CHART

 seq. digit difference Pairs triads P4 Quads P5 LOTTO: 5/31  to 5/34 games 0 02,09,91 029,021,291 0029,0099,2291 32-2-34-1-33 1 13,18,80 138,380,130 1138,1130,3380 3-33-31-2-32 2 24,27,79 247,249,479 2247,2249,4479 30-32-4-3-31 3 35,36,68 356,358,568 3356,3358,5568 29-5-31-4-30 4 46,45,57 465,467,657 4465,4467,6657 29-5-31-5-29 5 57,54,46 574,576,745 5574,5576,7745 7-27-29-6-28 6 68,63,35 683,685,835 6683,6685,8835 7-27-29-7-27 7 79,72,24 792,794,924 7792,7794,9924 9-27-25-8-26 8 80,81,13 801,803,013 8801,8803,0013 24-10-26-9-25 9 90,91,12 901,902,012 9901,9902,0012 25-11-23-10-24 lotto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

OHIO DATA

Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Mon, Feb 4, 2013 Sun, Feb 3, 2013 Sat, Feb 2, 2013 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 474 485 2641 5572 366 414 8732 6355 787 693 3018 8090 964 558 9649 0921 283 148 5864 5636 285 528 6430 6397 948 675 9338 1566 309 783 8844 1750 969 356 3383 3209 565 304 7164 42

Is better to separate day/ eve draws(For cost and distraction reasons), let start from date Jan 27 (DY draw only)

Date           Draw         seq.dff.       pairs

Jan 27        565            1,1            13x>18x>80x (> priority in selecting, everything is sequential)

jan  28        969            3,3            35-36-68

jan  29        309            3,9            35-36-68 :  90-91-12

jan   30       948            5,4            57,54, 46 : 46-45-57

jan    31       285           6,3             68-63-35 :35-36-68

Now after  5 set(optional) workout,  your pair pattern  becomes clear, U choose only one pattern, don't be greedy(beting strategy), decide to  seq diff 3 for pairs 35,36,68 .

Forming picks for 35,36,68: everything is in sequence, so I'll choose 35, 36 against 0-9, budget constrains?,look at behavior of pairs, and go for str8 or for distinct bet, your x for 356  is the Pool minus 3568 (X=0,1,2,4,9)

P4

Jan 27       7164          6,5,2          683,685, 835 :574,576,745:247,249,479

Ohio P5 (Evening)  till end of February:77925-77945-77926-77946-79925-79926-79945-99245-99246-

79946

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Ohio P5 (Evening)  till end of February:77925-77945-77926-77946-79925-79926-79945-99245-99246-

79946

Prediction from 2/13/2013 still valid till end of  feb, if you had a win this evening with 7-9-9-4-5, then try str8/box or  increase your box bet.

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For folks targeting P5(digits lottery) is best to have string length 6, doubled the first two digits before you form a quad. suppose my reduced string is 123456, my quads will be 112233456 for combo 1123x, 1124,1125, 1223x,1224x, 1334x,1335x, 1336x. your x should be maximum 2 digits for 16 picks or reduced version will be first 2 quads with limit of string(highest digit of string, ie 6 in this example).

Lets do some workout for P5(quinto of Pa):

 Thu, Feb 7, 2013 2-2-5-3-0?Prize Payouts Wed, Feb 6, 2013 9-3-1-9-4?Prize Payouts Tue, Feb 5, 2013 1-3-3-2-4?Prize Payouts Tue, Feb 5, 2013 8-6-6-1-9?Double Draw?Prize Payouts Mon, Feb 4, 2013 6-6-2-1-4?Prize Payouts Sun, Feb 3, 2013 7-7-9-8-7?Prize Payouts Sat, Feb 2, 2013 3-2-3-3-4?Prize Payouts Fri, Feb 1, 2013 8-3-1-3-4?Prize Payouts Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3-8-8-1-4?Prize Payouts Wed, Jan 30, 2013 9-9-4-5-6?Prize Payouts Tue, Jan 29, 2013 7-4-6-3-0?Prize Payouts Mon, Jan 28, 2013 6-3-0-5-6?Prize Payouts Sun, Jan 27, 2013 9-3-8-1-3?Prize Payouts Sat, Jan 26, 2013 5-0-4-5-1?Prize Payouts Sat, Jan 26, 2013 5-4-3-4-0?Double Draw?Prize Payouts Fri, Jan 25, 2013 6-2-9-4-6?Prize Payouts

date         draw set             seq.diff.         string            reduced string

Jan 25       62946              4,7,5,2          4657924        692 (convert into quads, 669922)

66994,66995,66997,66994>66924,66925,66927,66924>99224,99225,99227,99224, this should be playe  for at least a month as investment(choose only day or night if on tight budget, \$12/day for 30 or 60 days for possible returns of \$50,000.00 is pretty good deal.

PA- Midday till end of month:

66994-66995-66997-66994-66924- 66925-66927-66924-99224-99225- 99227 -99224

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Is a simple proposition, every draw set triggers a section of the pool,  so be sectional! This chart is handy , more of pencil/paper workout(I understand all these excel  thing, more organizational than intuition). If you don't have patience then don't use, need to reconsider your waging strategy if u decide to use it. Take any draw set, write down the sequential difference, pick your pairs, triads, quads  etc  as your base, eg if my draw set is 759 , my sequential diff will be 2,4 and my pairs are 2(24-27-79), 4(46,45,57).

Data illustration will suffice to offset my poor grammer , so here we go with OHIO Data using the seq.diff. Iam going to  work on P3 and P4.

CHART

 seq. digit difference Pairs triads P4 Quads P5 LOTTO: 5/31  to 5/34 games 0 02,09,91 029,021,291 0029,0099,2291 32-2-34-1-33 1 13,18,80 138,380,130 1138,1130,3380 3-33-31-2-32 2 24,27,79 247,249,479 2247,2249,4479 30-32-4-3-31 3 35,36,68 356,358,568 3356,3358,5568 29-5-31-4-30 4 46,45,57 465,467,657 4465,4467,6657 29-5-31-5-29 5 57,54,46 574,576,745 5574,5576,7745 7-27-29-6-28 6 68,63,35 683,685,835 6683,6685,8835 7-27-29-7-27 7 79,72,24 792,794,924 7792,7794,9924 9-27-25-8-26 8 80,81,13 801,803,013 8801,8803,0013 24-10-26-9-25 9 90,91,12 901,902,012 9901,9902,0012 25-11-23-10-24 lotto 10 12-22-24-11-23 11 21-13-23-11-22 12 20-14-22-13-21 13 19-15-21-14-20 14 18-16-20-15-19 15 17-19-16-18 16 18-16-17 17 19-15-18-16

OHIO DATA

Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Mon, Feb 4, 2013 Sun, Feb 3, 2013 Sat, Feb 2, 2013 Pick 3 Pick 4 Midday Evening Midday Evening 474 485 2641 5572 366 414 8732 6355 787 693 3018 8090 964 558 9649 0921 283 148 5864 5636 285 528 6430 6397 948 675 9338 1566 309 783 8844 1750 969 356 3383 3209 565 304 7164 42

Is better to separate day/ eve draws(For cost and distraction reasons), let start from date Jan 27 (DY draw only)

Date           Draw         seq.dff.       pairs

Jan 27        565            1,1            13x>18x>80x (> priority in selecting, everything is sequential)

jan  28        969            3,3            35-36-68

jan  29        309            3,9            35-36-68 :  90-91-12

jan   30       948            5,4            57,54, 46 : 46-45-57

jan    31       285           6,3             68-63-35 :35-36-68

Now after  5 set(optional) workout,  your pair pattern  becomes clear, U choose only one pattern, don't be greedy(beting strategy), decide to  seq diff 3 for pairs 35,36,68 .

Forming picks for 35,36,68: everything is in sequence, so I'll choose 35, 36 against 0-9, budget constrains?,look at behavior of pairs, and go for str8 or for distinct bet, your x for 356  is the Pool minus 3568 (X=0,1,2,4,9)

P4

Jan 27       7164          6,5,2          683,685, 835 :574,576,745:247,249,479

Str8/Box for 7 days

FL:170-701-171-172-702

Conn:111-110-112-735-357-731

Ga:556-550-551-565-560-561

IL/Iowa:757-577-750-751

Kentucky:964-641-640-960-961

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Str8/Box for 7 days

FL:170-701-171-172-702

Conn:111-110-112-735-357-731

Ga:556-550-551-565-560-561

IL/Iowa:757-577-750-751

Kentucky:964-641-640-960-961

Str8/Box for 7 days

NY:424-420-421-294-290-291

NJ:313-310-311-160-161-316

OHIO:141-114-419-410-412-413

ARK:443-430-431-394-339-390

TX:717-710-711-187-180-181

PA:551-510-512-135-130-131

SC:011-001-012-112-113-103

Tri-STATE:254-225-250-251-540-541

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Str8/Box for 7 days

NY:424-420-421-294-290-291

NJ:313-310-311-160-161-316

OHIO:141-114-419-410-412-413

ARK:443-430-431-394-339-390

TX:717-710-711-187-180-181

PA:551-510-512-135-130-131

SC:011-001-012-112-113-103

Tri-STATE:254-225-250-251-540-541

Str8/Box for 10 days

NJ:2399-2390-2398-2393-3990-3998-3993-2239

NY:6249-6240-6241-6246-1342-1349-1340-3429

OHIO:2200-2207-2202-2050-2057-2052-2201-2051

ARK:4076-4077-4074-4073-6079-7079-4079-3079

TX:1061-1064-1068-1062-1651-1654-1658-1652-0165

PA:2140-2145-2146-2144-1470-1475-1476-1474

SC:9998-9997-9958-9957-9995-9590-9951

Tri-State:4940-4946-4943-4947-9406-9403-9407-4406-4403

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Str8/Box for 10 days

NJ:2399-2390-2398-2393-3990-3998-3993-2239

NY:6249-6240-6241-6246-1342-1349-1340-3429

OHIO:2200-2207-2202-2050-2057-2052-2201-2051

ARK:4076-4077-4074-4073-6079-7079-4079-3079

TX:1061-1064-1068-1062-1651-1654-1658-1652-0165

PA:2140-2145-2146-2144-1470-1475-1476-1474

SC:9998-9997-9958-9957-9995-9590-9951

Tri-State:4940-4946-4943-4947-9406-9403-9407-4406-4403

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Thanks for the Kentucky post. You put alot of work into

posting these picks and I really appreciate it.

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thanks for all your work for the pick5.. in ohio!

have a great winning day!

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