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# Pick4 (1600 SAT) Part 4...

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Last Edited: April 16, 2008, 1:17 am

Going back to the Artificial Intelligence and, Chaos Theory, and the algorithms that Search Engines use to try and win the lottery used by lottery software for the Lottery in particular pick4 and Pick5...
Better than that is another area that has lots of potential, and i don't think i've heard any lotto literature about it...Better than that is separating Pick4 into two areas...One is the first 2 digits and the other is the last 2 digits...So that for example, if 5493 plays, then 54 is the left hand side area and 93 is the right hand side area...

Now if you was to teach the computer/supercomputer/program/algorithm/whatever but if you was to teach it to look through the left side and look at the previous history database (from the game's inception) and notice with what right side area has been match, then you could create a gigantic database of left sides and right sides, and their matches, AND LEARN FROM IT, (again straight not boxed) and notice that each time the matches combine, that in the future that same match will not happen, that that same left side area will match with a different ride side area and viceversa...I mean there is so much potential on it...You could even look at the "DIFFERENCE" between the left side area and its corresponding right side area (you know if each area was looked as one number and not as two different digits)...

If you integrate this along with TNtea's EOOO and along with what i said about in on: "Pick4 (1600 SAT) Part3, you should pose a challenge...This is better than the artificial intelligence they are planning to use or better than using Search Engines Algorithms/technology to predict Pick4...But we should all remember that is a crystal ball and is not so much the crystal ball is the 4 and 5 pre-test they use...That along with certain numbers been not sold by the lottery because they are too hot...LOL..i don't know what to tell you...

You add that with selecting the most common E/O (even/odd) ratio and you will be in a good track...

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