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Another step towards the jackpot.

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Last Edited: September 16, 2007, 2:57 pm

I posted a blog a few days ago, explaining that I repeatedly got the feeling that my Pick 5/Pick 6 system just can't get any better, and that it has reached it's peak, only to come across yet another algorithm that takes my system yet another huge step forward. I thought this deserved it's own blog entry because last night I was skimming through past results like I usually do when I try to find more algorithms to put into my program, and I saw 2 different set characteristics that I hadn't bothered to look at before because I thought they wouldn't be very effective when it came time to run my simulations. Boy was I wrong. Something told me to give it a try. So the first thing I do when I find something to test out, I get a piece of paper and collect the data from each past drawing. Last night I spent about 2 hours doing this. This morning I coded 2 different algorithms into my program, each based off 1 of the 2 set characteristics. I decided to temporarily remove all my other algorithms from the if statement, leaving just those 2, just see how strong these 2 algorithms were. The results were nothing short of shocking. The 2 algorithms I added were stronger than all my other algorithms combined, 5 TIMES OVER. I'm still in shock at this very moment. For anyone who wants to take their system to the extreme, I recommend picking up a computer programming book(I recommend C++) and start making your own algorithms. Going from paper to code can show much better results, but you MUST remember that you will need to start looking for things that aren't so obvious to the average person looking at a piece of paper with past results on them. You MUST be able to inspect the most extreme details of past results, and believe me, there are some very interesting details to look at.

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