I plan to once again share with Lottery Post members and guests my analysis of the 13 states that I have databases for and that I predict every day.
I just started the databases (I used to have an extensive one for California), so I don't think there are obvious patterns yet, but I want to put an explanation here in my blog so that I don't have to do it many times in the forums.
In the past I could post from my Excel spreadsheets and they looked very nice. With the editor that is now being used, I have not been able to achieve the same look, but I will try at least for awhile to post them.
Here is an example using California Evening:
I have tried posting this chart 3 times and it is still wrong. The bold and colors don't do what they should and I have to keep changing them. Sorry. I thought it might be worth a try, but guess not. It is after 1 A.M. and I have a blackjack class to teach tomorrow (I mean today!), so I need to get to bed. I'm sorry I couldn't do this for you.
Starting at the bottom ... the date ... then the 3 digits as they were drawn ... my "10-digit number" ... a "Pos." number and the "A-B".
The 10-digit number (for lack of a better term) is based on how old each digit is. I learned this technique from OhioPick3 and I always want to give him the credit for it. For 1/29 the number is 37016-84925. I use the "-" between the first 5 digits and the second 5 digits just to make it easier to identify the position numbers without having to count. The way I number the positions is: 12345-67890. I also call the left side "A" and the right side "B".
The draw on 1/29 was 603 so I went back after the draw and did those digits in bold. The new 10-digit number is made by simply putting the digits that were drawn (603 in this case) up at the beginning using the same order they were in before the draw and moving all the other digits to the right. So, the new 10-digit number is 30671-84925.
The "Pos" are the position numbers that hit that draw. So, for the 603 (look at the bold numbers to make it easy to see what the position numbers are) the position numbers are 135.
The "A-B" column shows how many digits from the A-side and how many from the B-side.
Now for the colors. The date will be highlighted yellow if the draw was one of my "rare" numbers (pure odd, pure even, or series). I do not include the doubles or triples with the "rare" highlighting.
Above the digits that were drawn are the letters O H D. Those stand for Odd High Double. So, if a number has an Odd sum, the first digit will be highlighted yellow. The H is for numbers that have 2 or more High digits, and the D is obvious!
When a digit repeats from the previous draw, it is in red. This is also true for the Position numbers.
I think that about covers it. Please don't ask me to do other states. As you can see this takes time to do and I'm already doing 13 states. Those states are listed in my Pick 3 Evening posts.