|Posted: December 9, 2004, 11:24 pm - IP Logged|
Well, I do not say that the method I am currently using has not been done by others, but I can say it has helped narrow the search field for numbers down to 12 (3x4 grid) for Cash 3 and 16 (4x4 grid) for Cash 4. Also, the winning number can almost always be found in it for a good majority of the games.
The problem is, creating a winning combination from a possible 160 plus on Cash 3 and 260 plus on Cash 4.
Over the past week or so, I have refined the selection process to help produce a smaller pick list to chose from. Since Sunday, out of what is now 9 total games, it has correctly selected 5 winning combinations (in box form). This is not to say that the primary list didnt have the winning number. On the days it didn't select the winning number, that number was there.
Long story short, anybody who has an idea of how to better manipulate excel spread sheets will be welcomed to mine to examine. I only ask that you return to me any additional methods you may have found to help produce the winning number.
My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org for anyone that wants to receive a copy of my spreadsheet. It is currently set up for GA Cash 3 and 4. I can only assume the GA numbers can easily be replaced with any other state numbers and the same concept will work.
The sort method I use will produce a basic combination like what is shown below (my actual list for GA Midday of 12-10-04)
Night *Midday* ALL
9-9-8 * 4-1-1 * 6-9-8 (HOT-Hit the Most)
4-1-3 * 6-4-7 * 0-0-7 (Due)
1-2-4 * 9-3-8 * 1-3-6 (Due)
5-8-5 * 8-2-0 * 8-8-3 (COLD-Hit the least)
The basic idea of this list is simple. The first column is the first number, 2nd and 3rd etc..., and from each, you can create what should be a winning number. This method (in Cash 3) produces a winning number almost 80% of the time. My objective now is to find that winning combination within the list above. For example, 198 (Night), 918 (Midday), 198 (all) is repeating. Good chance of it hitting since it appears that when it shows up in all 3 groups, it hits, at least according to my review of the past 10 weeks.
Each group (Night, Midday, ALL) is pulled after sorting out the numbers for each group (All is combination of Night + Midday) and placed into order. Interesting fact is, the sort method I use (within Excel) requires 2 sort parameters to produce a constant winning list.
Anyway, anyone interested in reviewing what I have done, has Excel (XP), is welcomed to a copy of my file. Again, my set-up is for GA only, but it could probably be adapted.