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Rambling on and a new strange "matrix" system

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Was toying around with the "Positive Change" thing... best I could find was 20 hits in 10,400+ draws. BUT I used a lookup table rather than a formula... Started running each position thru it's paces and found I was able to tweak the wins to 55! that's major profit over 27 years with only 5 years missed (including 2007 so far).

I think 55 is all i will find... but I would like to try this for other games... replace numbers while looking at the results... some numbers are cut altogether and some numbers are doubled up... system has not been hit since jan. of 2006... so it's "waiting year" is up and it's DUE.

no advanced forecasting on this one since it works with the last draw only...

I will be saving money this month... only playing cash5 when it gets to 200,000 so that will save at least 15 bucks for july. Also dropping the match6 until it rolls to 5 million (then I won't play it 'till at least october if it ain't hit)

I still need to update the c5 sheets and check the website to see the next jackpot to make the go/no-go decision.

powerball remains unchanged... one ticket per draw with the power play... but I will be trying that lookup trick with the red ball to see if it's feasible

Also picked up a sweet deal on a program called "Perfect Attorney"(Platinum edition) which has tutorials and form generation so I can whip up a trust document and be ready should lightning strike.

I have decided to claim it myself if I win, but also use a trust as a protection device. I will take my 15 minutes of fame to advertise the skatepark i will build... can't BUY that kind of publicity! and the trust will prevent me getting sued running the skatepark (AND keep it safe from any type of lawsuit my wife may encounter as an R.N.)

I finally figured out the last piece of the puzzle... now it's time to win!

Entry #163

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