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OH Avg Sum Results As Of Wed 04-09-08

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Results through Wednesday April 09, 2008. The numbers appeared (three) in the Upper Tier Group, and (two) in the Lower Tier Group. This matrix indicates Dormant Alert Status.

The capability of effectively looking ahead is governed by the appearance of two or three sums close together, a (Sum Cluster Alert), or four or more sums close together, a (Sum Cluster), combined with the Alert Status of the currant sum posting.

These two conditions combined, while associated with a Favorable or High Alert Status, is the most effective means of selecting a reliable sum range target for sum reduction.

When this does occur, as can be readily observed in the graph presented below, and the correct Tier Group of numbers is wheeled and reduced to the posted target sum range, it is highly probable that multiple wins can be achieved up to and including the Jackpot.

The highest assurance of winning is to wheel both Tier Groups of numbers reduced to the posted sum range target. Although this is the least economical approach to the wagering process, it can present the most effective results.

Once the total sum of the wheel is reduced to the target sum range, further filtering can be applied while remaining within this target sum range. This can be (high/low) filtering, and/or (even/odd) filtering, etc., while continuing to maintain the desired target sum range.

This may be the most effective approach at wagering bets while attempting to maintain the integrity of the system and simultaneously managing cost at an acceptable level.

The Average Sum Expanded graph is a significant integral of the StatPath-5 Lotto System.

Avg Sum Exp Graph

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