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VTRAC - Pick Pattern Explanation

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Last Edited: September 16, 2006, 11:44 am

Refresher on VTRACs (or Mirror Digits)

VTRAC   =    Digits

1            0 and 5

2            1 and 6

3            2 and 7

4            3 and 8

5            4 and 9

The Pick Patterns are based on tracking 10 States:

1. Georgia

2. Kentucky

3. Maryland

4. Michigan

5. New Jersy

6. New York

7. Ohio

8. South Carolina

9. Tennessee

10. Tri-State (NH, VT, and ME)

All of the above 10 states use real lottery machines. (No RNG's) Thanks to Takeitez for his contributions.

The main idea is to track all 10 states. The Midday and Evening draws are counted as 1 continuous Free-Flowing game.

The idea is to track and sort VTRAC Digits in all Positions.

Below is an example for Saturday Midday - 9/16

 D GA D KY D MD D MI D NJ D NY D OH D SC D TN D TS 4 5 1 3 4 5 3 3 5 4 1 13 5 3 4 10 1 3 1 3 2 2 4 2 3 2 2 3 3 2 5 2 2 2 5 5 2 2 4 3 1 1 2 2 5 2 1 2 4 1 2 1 4 1 2 1 5 1 2 2 3 1 3 1 2 1 5 1 2 1 4 1 3 1 3 1 4 1 3 1 5 1 5 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 5 1

In the first 2 columns we have sorted the Georgia (GA) VTRAC Digits (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) by Position and draws out.

So we have VTRAC Digits 4, 2, 1, 3, and 5 for Georgia. The draws out or current skips are 4=5 draws out, 2=2 draws out, 1=1 draw out, 3=1 draw out, and 5=1 draw out. So, VTRAC 135 was hit Friday Evening 9/15. The VTRAC digits highlighted in RED represent and VTRAc digit that has gone 5 or more drawings without a HIT. The 1's highlighted in YELLOW represent a VTRAC digit that just HIT in the last drawing as in the case of 135 for Georgia last night (Friday evening).

The next step after sorting all 10 states VTRAC's (ALL) Positions is to use letter A through E to represent each VTRAC Digit.

So, in the example for Georgia. 4="A", 2="B", 1="C", 3="D", and 5="E". The letter "A" will always represent the longest out VTRAC Digit. then "B", then "C", etc.

What I want to do next is to take the next drawing which would be Saturday's Midday drawings and record the results and also record where the VTRAC digits HIT in the A, B, C, D, and E scheme and develop a "Pick Pattern".

There are 10 Patterns that I am only interested and are as follows:

1. ABC

2. ABD

3. ABE

4. ACD

5. ACE

7. BCD

8. BCE

9. BDE

10. CDE

These are the reults of the last 14 drawings:

 Sat-Sep-09-2006 M ACD BCD BCE BDE Sat-Sep-09-2006 E ABC ABD ABE ADE BCE Sun-Sep-10-2006 M ABE ACD BDE Sun-Sep-10-2006 E ABE ADE BCE CDE Mon-Sep-11-2006 M ABC ABD Mon-Sep-11-2006 E ABC BCE BDE CDE Tue-Sep-12-2006 M BCE CDE Tue-Sep-12-2006 E ACD ACE BCD CDE Wed-Sep-13-2006 M ABC ACD BCE Wed-Sep-13-2006 E ABC ABE ACD ACE BCD BCE Thu-Sep-14-2006 M ABC ACD Thu-Sep-14-2006 E ABD ADE BCE BDE Fri-Sep-15-2006 M ABC ABD ABE BCD BDE Fri-Sep-15-2006 E ACE BCE BDE CDE

The interesting Pick Pattern that seems to be consistent is the Pick Pattern "BCE" which has hit 9 out of the last 14 draws. And has only skipped at a minimum of 1 drawing.

Another observation is that when a Pick Pattern hits twice in a row it sometimes will hit a 3rd time. The other observation is when a skip reaches 5 or more draws it will ususally hit on the 6th drawing.

So using the "real" example above the Midday Play for Saturday would be the Pick Pattern "BCE"

The conversion of Pick Pattern "BCE" to VTRAC's then to actual digit combinations based on each states VTRAC Position chart:

1    Georgia           104,109,154,159,604,609,654,659
2    Kentucky    314,319,364,369,814,819,864,869
3    Maryland    240,245,290,295,740,745,790,795
4    Michigan    103,108,153,158,603,608,653,658
5    New Jersey    230,235,280,285,730,735,780,785
6    New York    412,417,462,467,912,917,962,967
7    Ohio           130,135,180,185,630,635,680,685
8    South Carolina    410,415,460,465,910,915,960,965
9    Tennessee    142,147,192,197,642,647,692,697
10    Tri-State     314,319,364,369,814,819,864,869

We'll see how these picks do Midday Saturday 9/16

Entry #56

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