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dynamic pick 3/4 filtering


what if we were to take a system of filtering, such as High/Low or Vtracs and custom-tailor the filter grid to the state's data?

now that I see the binary truth tables for H/L, v-trac and O/E in excel, I see the basic structure of dividing the 1000 possible combos into an 8x125 grid... the same exact process for all 3 filters, it's just that the number values change...

so what if we whip up a hybrid frequency/announcer chart? taking the draw history of a state, counting the frequency of numbers, then the most frequent numbers to follow those numbers (by position)? The results can be loaded into a v-trac style matrix and be distributed accordingly... then, when the draws are converted to this new matrix, you would be left with 8 picks for the next draw custom-tailored to the state in question...

It is great that everyone is teaching the use of the filters and v-tracs, but those systems are overlooking some basic truths that I believe...

1. Travelling numbers are pure coincidence, one state's draw can NOT influence another state... no matter how much people believe it... watch for a week... mirrors shift from state to state. it's coincidence.

2. any system for pick 3 should be easily modified for pick 4... treat each digit as a separate game of 1:10 odds, draw from the first machine does not influence draw from second, third or fourth... we are dealing with 3 sequential games of 1:10 in the pick 3 and 4 in pick 4. therefore, studying pairs might help you, but there is no real bond between the numbers.

wow, that sounds jaded, but I believe that it's an accurate picture. so all we have left is the history. so let's use that to our advantage.

here's the setup I envision...

it is alot like v-tracs, but in vtracs, each position has the same value

v1 = 0 or 5

v2 = 1 or 6

v3 = 2 or 7

v4 = 3 or 8

v5 = 4 or 9

now, let's change that for each position so that

p1a = most frequent announcer(mfa)    or  2nd mfa

p1b = 3rd mfa or 4th mfa

p1c = 5th mfa or 6th mfa

p1d = 7th mfa or 8th mfa

p1e = 9th mfa or 10th mfa

this will be checked by counting announcers for each position, and will then have a different arrangement of the 10 digits based on each position.

much more development needs to be done, but if it work... look for my class ;-)

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LANTERNComment by LANTERN - December 6, 2005, 12:00 pm
It would be very nice if you can come out with some nice software and or Excel spreadsheet to help with those games, but you haven't seen anything yet, there are many other filters yet of which I still have to tell about, but 1 at a time, so I don't lose anybody reading the tutorial.
Good luck, I am also very interested in your Lottery RNG workout(s), Stoopendaal made 1 for Pac for the pick 3 and it seems to work good according to Pac, he is getting some good numbers with it, I also need something like that if you don't mind making it sometime as you might have some time for it(?). If not, it is OK, I really don't need it, but I am very curious about it. The RNG for pick 3 of which we talked about it, I am also very intersted in it.
Comment by hareless - December 6, 2005, 2:49 pm
interesting. cant wait to see what you have. I have been brainstorming myself since you sent me those sheets and I have been figuring out how to use excel again. Thanks so much!
JKINGComment by JKING - December 6, 2005, 4:42 pm
The dynamic filter is right on the money, however a straight statistical distribution is not going to be enough. You've been around long enough enough to see it fail repetively. Another method of working with the dynamics needs to be developed that is more accurately determine what is going on. Funny, that you should bring that up today when I just start looking at dynamic tracking methods.
hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - December 6, 2005, 9:31 pm
every journey starts with a first step. straight statistical distribution isn't exactly what I had in mind with announcers... there will need to be a "trend variable" in place to add weight to recent runs of certain numbers... the trick at this point is to get the spreadsheet to do it all... count the announcers, sort by count, add weight based on current trends...

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