WHAT IF YOU WAS TO LOOK AT CONSECUTIVES NUMBERS...Combinations that have CONSECUTIVES numbers are not that many....

Consecutives numbers are numbers like: 2,5,6,18,22,25,32....Consecutives numbers are the 5 and 6...Numbers that are close together basically numbers and the subsequent numbers...Another example is: 6,17,23,24, 36,39....The consecutives numbers are 23 and 24...

Thanks edge, you also gave me an idea about deducing...Don't worry what deducing is..

Not only could it be consecutives, but it could be 2 numbers difference, like instead of being: 8-9-22-29-36-39.. it could be 8-10-22-29-36-39....I wonder how many combinations that have 2 number difference exist? I know there are a few just like consecutives...

for like in Powerball from november of las year to present i noticed that there was like 2 consecutives but there were more 2 number differences...

another idea is that one could look at the ending digits for this consecutives...

Like if you knew that the numbers 8-9 were coming on the next drawings..You could ask how many combination are there that have 8-9 consecutives...

i am starting to notice that your system/observation can be lethal...but more experiments/research/observations are needed....Not research from the internet but research from LP members, that's what i mean...

plus the "even/odd" filters, plus high/low filters, plus high ending digits/low ending digts filter, plus spread filters....That's if you like, but i think you would have to do it because Powerball has some staggering odds/amount of combinations...Also hot/cold numbers....

I also wanted to point out that if you use the Ending digits: it will be 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, 4-5, 5-6, 6-7, 7-8, 8-9, 9-0...Basically 5 consecutives to choose from, then if you pick 1 of them for instance let's say if you pick: 2-3, then it will be 2-3, 12-13, 22-23, 32-33, 42-43, in total 5....Just let's pray that those 5 combined have less combinations...

And not only that but consecutives in the same ending digit don't repeat from the previous drawings so that's 4 consecutives that you have to choose from....

example: if 2-3 plays the next time a consecutives plays it will not....

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