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# The Reverse Delta Lotto System from the Middle Line

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I call this the Reverse Delta Lotto System from the Middle Line....Or you may just call it the Reverse System from the Middle Line...
PUMPI76: I know there have been a lot of systems out there many looking at different approaches to the lottery, but i wonder if anyone has thought about this...
What if you took the differences of each number that play in pick3 or pick4 and you took the difference from the middle line which will be 5...So that
129 will be 4-3-4 or
286 will be 3-3-1 or
984 will be 4-3-1.....
I don't think anyone has thought about this...The reason why i say this is because most numbers play not far from the middle line 5, while most people think that most numbers play away from the initial line which is 1 or 0....
any ideas...

PUMPI76: the same idea occurred to me like 5 years ago with pick5, why not subtrack from the middle line which a pick5/39 will be subtract from 20....

IDESIRE\$:  Hi Pumpi can you give me an example on what you are talking about...

REDDOG: I am confused.

KIMBER528:
I think the results are taken by subtracting the results from "5"
example from how 1 2 9 = 4 3 4
1 is "4" from the middle no. 5
2 is "3" from the middle no. 5
9 is "4" from the middle no. 5
so 129 = 434

KIMBER528:
...so, if I'm figuring correctly, 7 3 7 = 2 2 2 ??  am I doing this right?

KIDZMOM:  confused, please provide an example.
Thanks

PUMPI76: that's correct Kimber528...

OMMNICIENT:
I understand what you are doing now.
The idea is to SUBTRACT the daily number in each position FROM 5 ..so for example...
241 is the result for the pick 3 game...  796 would be the number you would play next... here's how...
THE BREAK DOWN: What number would you have to SUBRACT 5 from to get the number 2 ?? 241 .. 7-5=2 ... what number would you have to SUBRACT 5 from to get 4 ? 9-5=4 ... what number would you have to SUBRACT 5 from to get number 1 ? 6-5=1
So... now you can see how you get 796 from 241
Hope that helps

Omniscient

PUMPI76:
Idesire, when i get time i'll explain more in detail...
But basically since we are talking about a pick5/39 the middle line is 20 or 19....Let's use 20...Whatever number you see plays you subtract it from 20 and the remainder is the numbers patterns that need to be analyze...
for example Georgia Fantasy5:
11- 21- 27- 34- 39 would be: 9-1-7-14-19....How do you get those numbers? 11-20=9; 21-20=1; 27-20=7; 34-20=14; 39-20=19...It reads as 39 minus 20 equals 19...
You can think of this as the reverse delta lotto system....
If is a Pick6/42 you will subtract it from 21....
i hope you understand now...

OMMNICIENT
Hi Pumpi76,
I'm just curious as to how you came up with -5 for the pick 3 game and -20 for the 5 #game and respectively, -21 for the 6 # game ?
Thanks
Omniscient

PUMPI76:
you do the same thing for pick5...For pick5 you subtract it from 5...I forgot to mention something, you treat "0" zero as 10...
so 805 would be: 3-5-0...
for jackpot games you divide the last number of the particular game by 2 and the number that it gives you is the half of the entire range..
Example: Pick5/49 would be 49 divided by 2 = 24.5 so you choose either 24 or 25..if it was me i'll choose 25...
a Pick5/54 would be 54 divided by 2 =  27 so you will choose 27 or 28...Whichever one you are confortable with....

PUMPI76: the reason why i mention all this is because for years i noticed that in lottery games numbers play in the center line towards the middle...

OMMNICIENT
In Florida, we have a Fantasy 5 game which goes up to 36, so if I apply this to yesterdays drawing of 3-4-8-27-34 , I subract 20 from each number giving me ... 17-16-12-7-14 .. is this correct ? I'm not sure how the dividing by 2 fits into this equation.
3-20=(-17) = 17
4-20=(-16) = 16
8-20=(-12) = 12
27-20= 7
34-20=14

Omniscient

PUMPI76: Ommnicient, i subtracted from 20 because it was a Pick5/39 game...Since Florida is a Pick5/36 you will subtract from 18 or 19...Since 18 x 2 = 36...
PIck5/39 is 20 or 19...19 x 2 = 38....

GARYO1954:
The only objection I have as to using this method in pick 3 is that it produces the same numbers repetitiously. Each time 805 hits one would expect 350 to follow.  If that were what was happening in Pick 3, we would be dealing with a continous repetiton, as in counting.
Mathematically, even if it has occurred the last 5 times, there is only a 1/1000 chance of it occurring this time.
As well though, I'm not sure how you are arriving at doubles. Could you explain a bit more?
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 12:20 am
For Pick5, what if you use 2 ratios for it the Even/Odd and the High/Low where "0" is low and even and what if you use 1 two ratios combined only instead of going for which one is going to play...There is only 3 or 4 types of possible ratios for Even/Odd and for High/Low....you sure will get way ahead, it will not surprise me if you crack the game with 5 numbers...
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 12:24 am
Now imagine if you had computers or semi-supercomputers with algorithms...
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Comment by reddog - January 31, 2009, 8:25 am
Pumpi76-- On Cash 5 with a number draw of 5/39 basically with your -20 that will cause the five numbers to be less than 20 everytime. I play in N.C.. that wouldn't work too well because more than half the 5 numbers are usually above 20. I had a brainstorm last night while thinking about it. What if I take , on the previous draw, the numbers that were less than 20 and add 20 to them and the numbers that were greater than 20 subtract 20. And if the number 20 was one of the numbers then I would leave it as is. I think I might try that for a week and see what happens.
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 2:21 pm
Reddog sorry to contratict you but it works....It really works is probably that you are doing it wrong for there are several ways to do it...Can you explain in more details what do you mean by: "more than half the 5 numbers are usually above 20"....
You are probably looking at it wrong...
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 2:22 pm
It is supposed to be less than 20 everytime...
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 2:23 pm
Something else i forgot to mention...In the High/Low, any number from 10 or above is high and any number from 1 to 9 is low, including "0" as low...
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 2:26 pm
Something you can do is you can look at previous drawings and check when "X" played with "Y" and when X played with D or C or E, etc....There is a big pattern that if people don't look good they will miss it....
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 2:34 pm
last night i was working on Pick5 also...
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 2:37 pm
you all just follow what i am saying...
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Comment by reddog - January 31, 2009, 6:08 pm
Here are the results of NC Cash 5 results from days back
Fri, Jan 30, 2009 01-12-22-23-36
Thu, Jan 29, 2009 02-11-21-25-27
Wed, Jan 28, 2009 03-06-08-24-33
Tue, Jan 27, 2009 05-07-09-31-33
Mon, Jan 26, 2009 16-19-24-28-39
Sun, Jan 25, 2009 04-07-17-19-27
Sat, Jan 24, 2009 18-29-30-33-34
Fri, Jan 23, 2009 02-07-29-31-35

Notice two or more of the numbers are usually greater than 20? With your system wouldn't all 5 of the numbers always be less than 20 or am I wrong?
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 8:29 pm
All 5 numbers are suppose to be less than 20...
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Comment by pumpi76 - January 31, 2009, 8:43 pm
This just proves that with a supercomputer or semi supercomputers with algorithms you can crack pick5...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 2, 2009, 1:18 am
And the good thing is that you can play the numbers boxed and and don't need it or should not play it straight....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 2, 2009, 6:44 pm
The GREAT thing about this system is that if you get instead of 5 you get 10 numbers that you are sure are going to play, then you DON'T HAVE TO wheel those 10 numbers but instead you can play the 10 numbers and it should come out to be like 5 tickets...LOL...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 3, 2009, 8:55 pm
This system will work great in West Virginia's Cash25....You use 13 as the middle line...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 3, 2009, 9:06 pm
Remember the High/LOw, Even/Odd i mentioned earlier? Well those were E/O, H/L when you are looking at the numbers reversed, but when you convert the numbers to regular numbers that another "High/LOw, Even/Odd" filter that you can apply...What if you use the TNTea's 2-1-2 types or the equivalent to it or the decades location 2-1-1-1 types......
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 3, 2009, 9:07 pm
what if you apply all this to West Virginia Cash25....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 6, 2009, 12:01 am
So basically for West Virginia CAsh25 all you have to do is guess from 0 to 13 or from 1 to 13 which is the middle line....And for any Pick5 game all you have to do is guess from 1 to the middle line which is from 1 to 19 so you basically have to guess from 1 to 19 or from 1 to 20...Instead of having to guess all the numbers from 1 to 39....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 7, 2009, 2:03 pm
Something interesting a person can do not sure if it will work is let's take Pick5 for example.. The numbers that come out after you apply the middle line, well you can wait until all even numbers or all odd numbers play and play it everyday...They are what half of 19 or half of 18 so it will be 9 or 10 numbers that person will use...playing 10 numbers on this systems comes out to be like 5 dollars...maybe 8 dollars...But the thing is to wait until all odds or all even combinations show up....Remember that even though is 9 or 10 numbers it is 5 taken at a time and not 1 or 2 numbers taken at a time...LOL...Now imagine West Virginia Cash25...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 7, 2009, 3:06 pm
Something else you can look at is the Ending digits...YOu can look at the ratio of High Ending digits over Low ending digits....
And i question something, i wonder if you can use the ending digits and deduce but you will come to a problem and that is that the combinations are kind of in reverse and by that i mean that the first 3 or 2 numbers [usually] are in descending order from left to right, while the last 3 or last 2 numbers [usually] are in ascending order from right to left....If you could deduce the ending digits then bingo, game over it will be a different kind of deducing though...And i wonder if you can deduce the first 3 or 2 digits and then deduce the last 3 or 2 digits....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 7, 2009, 3:09 pm
I MADE A MISTAKE, this is better...

Something else you can look at is the Ending digits...YOu can look at the ratio of High Ending digits over Low ending digits....
And i question something, i wonder if you can use the ending digits and deduce but you will come to a problem and that is that the combinations are kind of in reverse and by that i mean that the first 3 or 2 numbers [usually] are in descending order from left to right, while the last 3 or last 2 numbers [usually] are in descending order from right to left....If you could deduce the ending digits then bingo, game over it will be a different kind of deducing though...And i wonder if you can deduce the first 3 or 2 digits and then deduce the last 3 or 2 digits....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 7, 2009, 7:05 pm
I wonder what will happen if we add the "Sums" to reversed numbers...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 8, 2009, 4:01 pm
But i realize that if you use the ending digits from the reversed numbers and deduce you will not have to worry about the numbers in reversed from left to right and right to left because you don't have to get the numbers straight, you can get them boxed, so it shouldn't matter, but you will still need to deduce, if that's what you are going to do...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 10, 2009, 9:52 pm
What if you add the even/odd of the reverse numbers....So if you look at 1 ratio and play it until it appears but before that you select 2 more ratios the High Ending digits and the Even/Low ratio....There is only 20 or 21 numbers....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 11, 2009, 12:38 am
i wonder what will happen if you mix this system with LMH system....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 11, 2009, 2:00 am
i've come to realize that this system is more lethal and creepy than previously thought..If you select 2 ratios the even/odd ratio along with the High Ending Digits/Low Ending digits and deduce ONLY the possibles 1 two ratios combinations and play those only until that particular 1 two ratios winning combination play...YOu can win the lottery specially if is a Pick2/42 or less....You can applied it to Pick6/49 but it is more work to be done...Going back to that 1 two ratios combinations once you have all the possible particular 1 two ratios combinations you can then deduce again and plug the reversed numbers into which real numbers they correspond...Remember that when you deduce the reversed numbers it will not matter their order...
This is a great system, it can actually win PIck6/42 but the problem is that i was looking at win for life a PIck6/42 and i was trying
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 11, 2009, 2:11 am
like how i was saying, i was trying to deduce 1 particular 2 combined ratios and i could see that at least will it produce 50 combinations, 50 reversed combinations that are in any particular order [boxed because it don't matter], and each one of those reversed combinations gives you like 4 tickets once you plug them back into the real numbers which is beging to ADD them to the middle line....So that will be 50 x 4 = 200 and that will be 200 tickets you will have to play for each drawing until the particular 2 combined ratios appear which should appear in less than 1 year to 1 year and a half for jackpots that play twice a week and in 1 year for jackpots that play everyday...
But that's the thing I and most players can't afford to spend 200 dollars per drawing..I can't even spend 10 dollars per drawing...The only i can spend is 4 dollars per drawing once a week and not TWICE A WEEK....This is why Bigatoo System is the best system for people and the most affordables...There are systems out there that can win the lottery but they are not affordable to players specially when 99.9% of players can only spend 4 dollars once a week or the most 25 dollars a month...
i forgot to also add, you treat any digit ending in "0" as 10 for the high ending digits..
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 11, 2009, 2:16 am
This is a great system one of the best, totally took me by surprise for i didn't know its potential but i can't afford it...And you know what's so great about this system? that once you win PIck6/42 or Win For Life, you can continue to win it over and over and over and over and over and over and over...
That's why Bigatoo Difference Number "+- revisited" is the best system suitable for me and my situation and 99.9% of lottery players...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 11, 2009, 2:19 am
This is why i am trying to see if i can combined Bigatoo Difference Numbers System "+- revisited" with TNTea's 2-2-1 combos and see what happens....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 22, 2009, 7:44 pm
i forgot to mentioned something...you subtract the numbers from 20 or 19 [for pick5] but when you are plugging the numbers back to original numbers you add it to 20 if you are going forward and subtract it from 20 if you are going backwards....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 22, 2009, 8:20 pm
This is to better clarify what i am saying:
Someone wrote me:
Ok if your sure you don't mind. I have a pool of 23 numbers that I can usually get 4 out of the 5 numbers. I was hoping to use the reverse Delta or your system to trap the 5th number and trim some numbers. I see how to subtract the 20, then do I use the + or - o,1,2,3? Am I confusing 2 systems??
my response to them was:
if you have 23 numbers that you are sure you can get 4/5 numbers then all you have to to is plug them in on 20...You see this is what it is every reverse delta number has a twin brother number for instance...1 if you subtract it from 20 you have 19 and if you add it to 20 you have 21 so 21 and 19 are 2 twin brother numbers...See what i am saying...so if you have 5 numbers let's say 1,2,3,4,5 all you have to do is add it to 20 and at the same time subtract it from 20 and it will give you your 2 twin brother numbers...5 + 20 = 25....5-20 = 15   so you have 25 and 15 as your twin brother numbers...you then do the same thing with number 4 and you will have 16 and 24 you do the same   thing with 3 and you have 23 and 17 same thing with 2 so you will have 22 and 18 as twin brother numbers and with 1 you will have 1 and 21 together as twin brother numbers...all you have to do next is plug them in like for 1,2,3,4,5 you can place 1,22,17,24,25 or you can do 18,21,17,24,15 and if you notice they too are 1,2,3,4,5 all boxed...so you plug them in little by little and plugging them in will not come out to more than 8 tickets...

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