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I've been messing around with this all day, on and off.  It appears if you do some massaging of the method for a particular lotto you can get all five numbers to show for a pick five, fairly consistently out of a pool of about 20 unique numbers.  On pick 6 you get all 6 about half the time, 5 the other half.

Here's the basic set of premises:

1)  MM and PB aren't separate systems coming out of the universe... they work in tandem

2)  The high numbers each draw are the 'drivers'

3)  The numbers appear in three-draw sets



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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - July 10, 2005, 10:27 pm
They are some good stats there with a pool of twenty numbers. I am going to start on the cash 5 game here in S.C. . If I can get stats like that to work for twenty numbers I may be able to nail 100 thou.
I think cash 5 has 36 numbers to figure.
Comment by Rip Snorter - July 10, 2005, 10:32 pm
I hope it works for you JAP69.... If you run into any difficulties PM me.... I've learned a few things today that might help... Some lotteries you have to do one way, some another...

Good luck,
four4meComment by four4me - July 11, 2005, 1:47 am
correct amundo there Rip....... 20 well selected numbers does the trick. I have racked my brain with this also last summer and through most of the winter i tried desperately working with only 12 unique numbers. Trying to keep my cost to win ratio down. I found with 12 numbers i could get 3 of 5 many times and sometimes 4 numbers would pop up in the winners circle. I was playing to win bonus mach 5 in MD. I haven't abandoned the 12 number idea just backed off. In some pre tests i used 20 numbers on 112 tickets and captured all 5 winning numbers. But when i went to the bank with the idea i failed to capture all 5 numbers for the big win. So it's just a matter of going the distance again. When i pick up another pick 4 straight i plan to take some of the money from it and try to win pick 5 using a 20 number wheel on 224 tickets. If that works then transfer the idea to mega million with a larger ticket purchase.
Comment by Rip Snorter - July 11, 2005, 7:33 am
Thanks for the comment Four4me.

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