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Texas Cash 5 Results for Wed, 06/21/06

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The lottery pool remained in dormant phase on Wednesday. Only moderate or no wagering is suggested utilizing the StatPath 5 System for Thursday's drawing. It's recommended waiting until chaos returns in preperation of a more favorable phase for wagering bets. The idea is in waiting, watching, and then executing within the preferred chaotic phase to achieve the most desirable results.

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Entry #25

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1.
LottoVantageComment by LottoVantage - June 22, 2006, 9:55 am
The question has been asked, "Do the numbers stay the same in the tiers or do they change as the game changes?"

The answer is yes, the numbers do change, but not necessarily every draw. There are two occurances which create change:

1. When upper tier numbers located near the (average draw line) become extendedly dormant and fall back into the lower tier group. This forces an equal amount of lower tier numbers closest to the (average draw line) upwards into the upper tier group.

2. When lower tier numbers near the (average draw line) are drawn, primarily, they will elevate to the upper tier group. This forces an equal amount of upper tier numbers closest to the (average draw line) downward into the lower tier group.

These are the only two occasions which create change in the upper/lower tier group number displays. When change does occur, the effected numbers can be identified by observing blue numbers in the dominantly red (upper tier group) number display, and observing red numbers in the dominantly blue (lower tier group) number display.

As indicated in this last drawing, (Wed 06/21/06), #2 was drawn and elevated to the upper tier group. This forced #21 downward to the lower tier group. At the same time #37 became extendedly dormant and moved downward to the lower tier group, forcing #21 back upwards into the upper tier group.

Number 2 is identified as having moved into the upper tier group by remaining (blue) in the dominantly (red) upper tier group number display. Number 37 is identified as having moved from the upper tier group by remaining (red) in the dominantly blue lower tier group number display.

This is an easy way of identifying which numbers, (if any), relocated to different tier group's as a result of the drawing, or as a result of extended dormancy.

Best to you,

LottoVantage
2.
ramComment by ram - June 23, 2006, 7:20 am
I see the lower tier had a 3 hit!For now it appears to go lower tier to upper tier and back for the larger hits.I like that as it sure helps in the decision process.Great program.
3.
LottoVantageComment by LottoVantage - June 23, 2006, 2:46 pm
We were without power from 11:25 P.M. last night to app. 10:00 A.M. this morning, Fri 06/23/06. Will have to struggle to get updated postings together. May not have postings available to be of any significance for this evenings drawings.

Glad you are beginning to see the significance of the system and what some of the real opportunites are that are available only with the StatPath 5 System Roy.

Hang in there man, we'll "git er done" together!!

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