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## May 2, 2006, 8:55 amCinco De Mayo

The History of Mayonnaise

Most people don't know that back in 1912, Hellmann's mayonnaise was manufactured in England. In fact, the Titanic was carrying 12,000 jars of the condiment scheduled for delivery in Vera Cruz, Mexico which was to be the next port of call for the great ship after its stop in New York. This would have been the largest single shipment of mayonnaise ever delivered to Mexico But as we know, the great ship did not make it to New York. The ship hit an iceberg and sank, and the cargo was forever lost. The people of Mexico who were crazy about mayonnaise, and were eagerly awaiting its delivery, were disconsolate at the loss. Their anguish was so great, that they declared a National Day of Mourning, which they still observe to this day. The National Day of Mourning occurs each year on May 5th and is known, of course, as Sinko de Mayo.

Entry #11

## December 8, 2005, 4:51 pmShuffle Those Numbers

So many of the posts here seem to just shuffle the lotto numbers around then call it a predictive system. It's hard for me to fathom that so many people buy into it. If any system is to be other than coincidence it will have to have some, if not most, of its elements linked to the history of that game. Just, one persons opinion.

Entry #10

## December 1, 2005, 8:36 amPhased Occurrences

I am going to start looking at what I call phased occurrences:

How many times did each number occur in..

Games 1-15

Games 16-30

Games 31-45...etc

I chose the 15 game spread above arbitrarily. So the first thing to do is to find the optimum spread where a consistency can be found. Then use the info for the last equivalent game spread to determine what is due.

Entry #9

## June 25, 2005, 8:39 amMega (56) Ref

On average, how many games should it take for a number to occur x times.

 OCC-AVG 1 11.2 2 22.4 3 33.6 4 44.8 5 56 6 67.2 7 78.4 8 89.6 9 100.8 10 112 11 123.2 12 134.4 13 145.6 14 156.8 15 168 16 179.2 17 190.4 18 201.6 19 212.8 20 224 21 235.2 22 246.4 23 257.6 24 268.8 25 280 26 291.2 27 302.4 28 313.6 29 324.8 30 336 31 347.2 32 358.4 33 369.6 34 380.8 35 392 36 403.2 37 414.4 38 425.6 39 436.8 40 448 41 459.2 42 470.4 43 481.6 44 492.8 45 504 46 515.2 47 526.4 48 537.6 49 548.8 50 560

Entry #8

## June 15, 2005, 12:33 amMega 56 Reference

Gap distributions between the first and last number of all combinations.

 Overall Gap % "=Last# - First # 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 4 52 0.001361 5 204 0.005341 6 500 0.01309 7 980 0.025656 8 1680 0.043981 9 2632 0.068904 10 3864 0.101157 11 5400 0.141368 12 7260 0.190062 13 9460 0.247656 14 12012 0.314465 15 14924 0.390699 16 18200 0.476463 17 21840 0.571755 18 25840 0.676472 19 30192 0.790405 20 34884 0.913238 21 39900 1.044553 22 45220 1.183827 23 50820 1.330431 24 56672 1.483632 25 62744 1.642592 26 69000 1.80637 27 75400 1.973917 28 81900 2.144082 29 88452 2.315609 30 95004 2.487136 31 101500 2.657196 32 107880 2.82422 33 114080 2.986531 34 120032 3.14235 35 125664 3.289792 36 130900 3.426867 37 135660 3.55148 38 139860 3.661433 39 143412 3.754422 40 146224 3.828038 41 148200 3.879768 42 149240 3.906994 43 149240 3.906994 44 148092 3.876941 45 145684 3.813901 46 141900 3.714839 47 136620 3.576612 48 129720 3.395975 49 121072 3.169577 50 110544 2.893961 51 98000 2.565569 52 83300 2.180733 53 66300 1.735686 54 46852 1.226551 55 24804 0.649351 56 0 0 Tot. 3819816 100

Entry #7

## June 14, 2005, 10:19 amMega 56 Reference

Mega 56 Sums

 Sums 10 0 11 0 12 0 13 0 14 0 15 1 16 1 17 2 18 3 19 5 20 7 21 10 22 13 23 18 24 23 25 30 26 37 27 47 28 57 29 70 30 84 31 101 32 119 33 141 34 164 35 192 36 221 37 255 38 291 39 333 40 377 41 427 42 480 43 540 44 603 45 674 46 748 47 831 48 918 49 1014 50 1115 51 1226 52 1342 53 1469 54 1602 55 1747 56 1898 57 2062 58 2233 59 2418 60 2611 61 2818 62 3034 63 3266 64 3507 65 3765 66 4033 67 4318 68 4614 69 4928 70 5253 71 5596 72 5951 73 6324 74 6709 75 7113 76 7528 77 7962 78 8408 79 8872 80 9348 81 9842 82 10347 83 10870 84 11404 85 11955 86 12516 87 13094 88 13681 89 14284 90 14896 91 15522 92 16156 93 16804 94 17458 95 18125 96 18797 97 19480 98 20167 99 20864 100 21563 101 22270 102 22978 103 23692 104 24405 105 25123 106 25837 107 26554 108 27266 109 27978 110 28683 111 29386 112 30079 113 30768 114 31445 115 32115 116 32770 117 33416 118 34044 119 34660 120 35257 121 35838 122 36398 123 36941 124 37460 125 37960 126 38435 127 38888 128 39315 129 39719 130 40095 131 40446 132 40769 133 41065 134 41332 135 41572 136 41781 137 41962 138 42113 139 42234 140 42325 141 42386 142 42416 143 42416 144 42386 145 42325 146 42234 147 42113 148 41962 149 41781 150 41572 151 41332 152 41065 153 40769 154 40446 155 40095 156 39719 157 39315 158 38888 159 38435 160 37960 161 37460 162 36941 163 36398 164 35838 165 35257 166 34660 167 34044 168 33416 169 32770 170 32115 171 31445 172 30768 173 30079 174 29386 175 28683 176 27978 177 27266 178 26554 179 25837 180 25123 181 24405 182 23692 183 22978 184 22270 185 21563 186 20864 187 20167 188 19480 189 18797 190 18125 191 17458 192 16804 193 16156 194 15522 195 14896 196 14284 197 13681 198 13094 199 12516 200 11955 201 11404 202 10870 203 10347 204 9842 205 9348 206 8872 207 8408 208 7962 209 7528 210 7113 211 6709 212 6324 213 5951 214 5596 215 5253 216 4928 217 4614 218 4318 219 4033 220 3765 221 3507 222 3266 223 3034 224 2818 225 2611 226 2418 227 2233 228 2062 229 1898 230 1747 231 1602 232 1469 233 1342 234 1226 235 1115 236 1014 237 918 238 831 239 748 240 674 241 603 242 540 243 480 244 427 245 377 246 333 247 291 248 255 249 221 250 192 251 164 252 141 253 119 254 101 255 84 256 70 257 57 258 47 259 37 260 30 261 23 262 18 263 13 264 10 265 7 266 5 267 3 268 2 269 1 270 1 271 0 272 0 273 0 274 0 275 0

Entry #6

## June 14, 2005, 10:16 amMega 56 Reference

Info for upcoming Mega Millions with 56 numbers.

Ref: johnph77 method-my calculations

 Positional Lottery Number  Counts 1 2 3 4 5 Sum 1 341055 0 0 0 0 341055 2 316251 24804 0 0 0 341055 3 292825 46852 1378 0 0 341055 4 270725 66300 3978 52 0 341055 5 249900 83300 7650 204 1 341055 6 230300 98000 12250 500 5 341055 7 211876 110544 17640 980 15 341055 8 194580 121072 23688 1680 35 341055 9 178365 129720 30268 2632 70 341055 10 163185 136620 37260 3864 126 341055 11 148995 141900 44550 5400 210 341055 12 135751 145684 52030 7260 330 341055 13 123410 148092 59598 9460 495 341055 14 111930 149240 67158 12012 715 341055 15 101270 149240 74620 14924 1001 341055 16 91390 148200 81900 18200 1365 341055 17 82251 146224 88920 21840 1820 341055 18 73815 143412 95608 25840 2380 341055 19 66045 139860 101898 30192 3060 341055 20 58905 135660 107730 34884 3876 341055 21 52360 130900 113050 39900 4845 341055 22 46376 125664 117810 45220 5985 341055 23 40920 120032 121968 50820 7315 341055 24 35960 114080 125488 56672 8855 341055 25 31465 107880 128340 62744 10626 341055 26 27405 101500 130500 69000 12650 341055 27 23751 95004 131950 75400 14950 341055 28 20475 88452 132678 81900 17550 341055 29 17550 81900 132678 88452 20475 341055 30 14950 75400 131950 95004 23751 341055 31 12650 69000 130500 101500 27405 341055 32 10626 62744 128340 107880 31465 341055 33 8855 56672 125488 114080 35960 341055 34 7315 50820 121968 120032 40920 341055 35 5985 45220 117810 125664 46376 341055 36 4845 39900 113050 130900 52360 341055 37 3876 34884 107730 135660 58905 341055 38 3060 30192 101898 139860 66045 341055 39 2380 25840 95608 143412 73815 341055 40 1820 21840 88920 146224 82251 341055 41 1365 18200 81900 148200 91390 341055 42 1001 14924 74620 149240 101270 341055 43 715 12012 67158 149240 111930 341055 44 495 9460 59598 148092 123410 341055 45 330 7260 52030 145684 135751 341055 46 210 5400 44550 141900 148995 341055 47 126 3864 37260 136620 163185 341055 48 70 2632 30268 129720 178365 341055 49 35 1680 23688 121072 194580 341055 50 15 980 17640 110544 211876 341055 51 5 500 12250 98000 230300 341055 52 1 204 7650 83300 249900 341055 53 0 52 3978 66300 270725 341055 54 0 0 1378 46852 292825 341055 55 0 0 0 24804 316251 341055 56 0 0 0 0 341055 341055 Sum 3819816 3819816 3819816 3819816 3819816

Entry #5

## May 12, 2005, 3:31 pmReporting Method Experiment

I'm currently working on reporting methods as my emphasis.

The current method I'm working on is what are the most occuring individual numbers occuring in the remaining combinations. And do those most occuring numbers correspond to what's being picked. Well, some of the results are interesting. If I use a game history range of 2 along with another extended history parameter, I don't get a very good correlation. Of the highest values, I'm only getting one number. But, when I get to  a 7 game history, 10 game history, and extended history combined I'm getting two to four of the most occurring numbers showing up in the next draw. So far this is the best. It does make a big difference which game history you use...5 games back, 10 games back...etc.

The reason I'm looking at the most occuring numbers after filtering should be somewhat obvious. Upon, using any filter or reduction method you've arbitrarily said some number are going to come up more than others. It will show in the remaing combinations. And even if you use a random pick technique of the remaning numbers, the more occuring ones will show up more in your answers. Therefore, why not test a small combination of parameters for their accuracy. This methods hopefully will also prove useful in deciding which numbers to wheel in the future.

The work goes on. Trying one combination after another.

Entry #4

## January 11, 2005, 12:35 amFilter Strategies

I've been diligently been running all combinations for 5/39 for different filters.

The first set is what I call static filters because they are not time dependent or reflect the current status of any lotto numbers. Things like consecutive numbers, roots, last digits, odd/even, what I call 4 by distribution, 5 by distribution, columns, postional ranges...etc. The only value I see in doing this is not to make a dumb low percentage bet. There are obvious flags of higher probablies in the resultant data, but to narrow the combinations based on this and the associated error rates that come with them seem premature.

The second set of what I call dynamic filters reflect the current status of the individual lotto numbers. Things like how many times they've been picked over a history range, most occuring next pick numbers, pairings...etc. Although not as cut and dried as the static filters, these filters seem to give more impressive results.

The dilema is in the strategy of filters. The mix of how many high pass (98%+) filters combined with low pass filters(lower %) to achieve an acceptable amount of combinations to bet on. Although the LP addesses alot of the filters, nobody seems to really address overall filter strategies in any detail except on individual filters, one by one.

With a new program in the works, the debate continues. I guess we'll decide after the high pass filter program construct is completed and we'll see the average amount of combinations there are left to deal with.

Entry #3

## November 10, 2004, 9:05 amResources

I thought I had done a fairly good job of searching the net until:

http://whatsonthe.net/lottomks.htm

Entry #2