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 ;-)