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# Pick5 & PIck6: How to win it..(Theory)...

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`I thought about this idea a long time ago and i am`

posting it here so everyone could read it..Is a little

bit different..For example, a wheel for pick5 would

have the following ratios..2/3 (2even & 3 odds), 3/2

(3even & 2 odds), 1/4 (1 even & 4 odds), 4/1 (4 even &

1 odd), maybe it will have 5/0, 0/5 but they will not

be common and we are not concern with those two..Same

thing if you analyze what plays on a pick5 for an

entire month you will notice that each one of those 4

common ratios (1/4, 4/1, 3/2 & 2/3) EVENTUALLY PLAYS

in less than 20 days..The trick is to create (this is

a radical idea), an abbreviated wheel that will only

have 1 even/odd ratio, preferably but not necesarily

the most common even/odd ratio and that it will be big

in size, like size 25 or 28 for pick5, 1-35...You

could choose any of the 4 common even/odd ratios for

pick5 since they eventually play on a period of 15

days, (i say 20 days to be on the safe side)...

Again the trick is to creat an abbreviated wheel that

will be composed of 1 even over odd ratio only and

that will guarantee you like 20 tickets having 4of

5..Such a wheel, SHOULD be less combinations than the

complete abbreviated wheel..Using a wheel composed of

1 even/odd ratio only, I speculate that you should

have to play like the 3% of the complete abbreviated

wheel, perhaps less...If you can create a software to

design you wheels composed of only 1 ratio, it will be

perfect..And since you are only playing the 3% or less

of a complete abbreviated wheel, all you have to do is

play the wheel EVERYDAY until your particular ratio

shows up but you wouldn't have to wait long because

the ratio shows up normally withing 10 to 15 days...I

call this technique "WAITING IN LINE"...because you

are sort of waiting in line for your ratio to

play...Almost every day or every 2 days a different

ratio plays...

YOu have to think about something when playing the

lottery, why waste money on a wheel when you are

waiting on 1 particular even/odd ratio to play...I am

going to post a 30 day example of even/odd ratios of

the lottery for you all to see how often each ratio

plays..If you select the most common even/odd ratio

then you shouldn't have to wait that long...This

technique is more effective and cost less than

employing a regular wheel to play...This technique can

be applied to pick6 too..The problem is finding a

software that can wheel an abbreviated wheel using

only 1 even/odd ratio...I was told lotto designer

could do it but i haven't tried lotto XL designer...

Lottery wheel filtering software works one of two

ways.

A standard wheel is generated and then everything but

what you want is removed. The wheel's guarantee is

destroyed with the removal of even a single

combination.

A conditional wheel is generated on the fly around

your filter settings. The wheel is generally a larger

sloppy wheel compared to a standard perfected wheel so

the savings isn't a great as you'd think.

What i describe would be a conditional wheel..But in

no instance i am referring to applying filters to a

wheel seeking one even/odd ratio...That's not what i

mean..When i say a wheel with 1 even/odd ratio i mean

designing a wheel from the ground up with only one

even/odd ratio as its backbone...I mean weaving the

numbers just the same way they weave (sort of speak)

numbers on a wheel (even though weaving numbers is a

little bit more deep than wheeling)...When i say from

the ground up i mean someone with a deep knowledge in

combinatorics that could weave the numbers of that

particular conditional abbreviated wheel with 1

even/odd ratio...

IF you apply filters to an abbreviated wheel the

guarantee is lost...

When i say creating a conditional abbreviated wheel

with 1 even/odd ratio from the ground up I mean

something exactly similar to the "crossword puzzle'

but instead of letters you use numbers (a Sudoku) and

you arrange them mathematically and combinatiorally

that would have a one a even/odd ratio and produce a

conditional abbreviated wheel......

Here is Georgia's Pick5 (Fantasy 5) numbers from

december 1st to December 31..Notice how each ratio

appears less than 20 days...The first number (top) of

the fraction (ratio) is the quantity of even numbers

and the second number (bottom) is the quantity of odd

numbers..The first ratio shows you how it is written..

01-12-14-18-26= 4even/1 odd

11-12-20-22-39= 3/2

04-11-14-36-39= 3/2

05-13-21-25-37= 0/5

03-18-25-28-35= 2/3

07-12-24-26-35= 3/2

08-16-20-24-33= 4/1

04-18-24-32-34= 5/0

10-14-15-21-37= 2/3

05-19-23-28-35= 1/4

07-10-15-30-33= 2/3

03-10-14-27-32= 3/2

10-11-12-16-30= 4/1

09-13-27-28-37= 1/4

01-13-14-25-34= 2/3

13-21-22-24-26= 3/2

03-16-17-29-35= 1/4

01-07-28-32-38= 3/2

05-16-17-34-35= 2/3

20-23-25-27-35= 1/4

02-04-06-30-38= 5/0

03-13-31-32-37= 1/4

09-12-19-34-36= 3/2

07-13-25-27-30= 1/4

09-20-23-30-37= 2/3

14-15-16-24-25= 3/2

09-12-15-27-29= 1/4

06-09-13-26-29= 2/3

03-04-17-18-20= 3/2

02-22-29-31-33= 2/3

04-06-07-31-37= 2/3

Not only you can let your wheel have 1 ratio

(fraction) but you can let it have 2 even/odd ratios

(though no more than 2 because it will then cost a lot

of money)..But having 2 ratios will cost you a little

bit more money than having 1 even/odd ratio

(fraction)...And if i were you and i was going to let

my conditional abbreviate wheel have 1 ratio or 2

ratios, i would have use the most common or the 2 most

common ratios...I will look at the history of the game

and see what ratios are the most common..2/3 and 3/2

are the most common even/odd ratios..One of the ratios

is more common than the other but for that you will

have to look at the history of your particular game

and see which one it is, whether is 3eve/2odds or

2even/3odds....In this 31 day sample i just showed

you, the ratios (fractions) play in less than 10 days

(actually is less than that but if you were waiting on

1/4 from the beginning you would have to wait 10

days)...

FROM TNTEA...

TN ratio from Dec. 1 to present

2/3

3/2

2/3

3/2

3/2

3/2

2/3

1/4

3/2

3/2

2/3

3/2

3/2

4/1

3/2

2/3

2/3

1/4

2/3

4/1

2/3

4/1

You would have to generate a full wheel and apply your

conditions and the reduction would depend on the even

to odd ratio of the numbers you choose.

A full 15 number wheel has 3003 combinations and if

you chose 10 odd and 5 even numbers and your

conditions were 3 odd numbers and 2 even numbers, the

number of combinations would be reduced to 1200. If

you applied the condition of 2 odd numbers and 3 even

numbers to the same 15 numbers, the full wheel would

be reduced to 450 combinations. So the number of

combinations does depend on the numbers you chose.

"IF you apply filters to an abbreviated wheel the

guarantee is lost..."

These are full wheels where 5 will get you 5 if the

conditions are met. You could of course try to

abbreviate either wheel to 4 will get you 4, 3 will

get you 3, or any win guarantee, but the 5 will get

you 5 guarantee will be lost.

Tntea from Dec.1 if you was to use the most common

ratio (3/2) you would had gotten it correct 9 times in

22 days and if you had chosen the second most common

ratio (2/3) you would had gotten it right 8 times in

22 days..If you chose 1/4 you would had had to wait 8

days for it to appear...And 14 days for 4/1 to

appear...Though, you have better luck if you choose

the most common ratio (fraction) which is between 3/2

and 2/3..YOu have to look on your particular state to

see which ratio (fraction) is the most common...Even

though, you can use any of the four ratios, As a rule

of thumb use the most common ratio (fraction)...

Stack47 said: "You would have to generate a full wheel

and apply your conditions and the reduction would

depend on the even to odd ratio of the numbers you

choose."

My intention is not to create a full wheel but to

create abbreviated wheels that will have like 10 or 15

4of 5's..For example according to wheels store an

abbreviated wheel size 15 with 15, 4of 5's comes out

to 1,062...If you count that amount (1,062) and

analyze how many 3/2 for example that abbreviated

wheel it will have you will realize that it will have

a lot less..

I know that a full wheel size 15 will have 1200 with

3/2 and 450 with 2even/3odds...But i am not saying a

full wheel but an abbreviated wheel, that's what every

person should seek...

Again i am not talking about creating a full wheel and

then applying conditions...I am talking more about

creating a conditional abbreviated wheel from the

ground up with "CONSTRAINTS" almost the same way you

begin to fill a "crossword puzzle or sudoku" with

"constraints" on it...Example of constraints: first,

you let EVERY LINE of the conditional abbreviated

wheel have 1 ratio (fraction) 3/2, 2/3, 1/4, or

4/1...Secondly, You then let every line and group of

lines of the wheel in "unison", guarantee a 4of 5 and

so on successively...

But you are right stack47, i just realize what you

said...the amount of reduction will depend on how many

even and odd number you choose for your wheel..IF you

choose 10 odd numbers and 5 even numbers the reduction

will be a different number than if you had chosen 8

odd numbers and 7 even numbers...(i was starting to

wonder what stack47 meant by 10odd and 5 even

numbers)...But this would mean that a person will have

to constantly (daily) create a conditional abbreviate

wheel from the ground up with constraints to keep up

with the daily ratios...

"You're not really starting with a full wheel because

the number of combinations is reduced by the ratio of

odd to even numbers. You get the same results by

creating two zones, one with all odd numbers and the

other with all even numbers."

"There are 11 ways you can wheel 15 numbers with a

ratio of 3 odd and 2 even numbers and the reduction to

the full 15 number wheel (3003 combinations) depends

on which one you use. Maybe somebody has formula to

determine how many 4 if 5s are in each of the 11

different ways."

Thanks for searching how many times/ways you could

wheel 15 numbers with a ratio of 2even/3odds but I was

talking about a 3 even/2odds (the first number is the

even number and the last number of the fraction is the

odd number)..For i didn't have an idea how much it

was..

Even though you are not starting with a full wheel

because you reduced the 3,003 combinations to have 1

ratio it is still a full blooded wheel because

conditionally it will guarantee a 5of 5 win, and

that's not what everyone should do..Everyone should

seek several 4of 5 tickets and not 1 ticket with 5of

5..Why?the answer is COST...It will cost you a lot of

money..Not only that but when you start using big

wheels (example size 26 and up), the cost of a reduced

section (not a reduced wheel built from the ground up

with constraints, the last one will cost you less than

a reduced section) with 1 ratio and a big size wheel

that guarantees a 5of 5 ticket will cost you a lot,

lot of money, maybe inaffordable for the common

people...That's why is important that a person get

several (more than 8 less than 20) 4of 5 tickets in

the reduced section....

They got softwares (lotto boss pro, and i think

lottery director) that can tell you how many 4of 5

tickets a wheel or a reduced section will have, but

that's if you apply filters to a full wheel...It is

not building a wheel from the ground up with

constraints...

QUOTE:

"Laura Simpson from Great Lakes, Illinois deserves to be rich..." "She is

so rare...."

sincerely,

MARS-1...

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