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# I have a question

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Alaska
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 Posted: June 8, 2005, 8:30 pm - IP Logged

Ok I have been looking back at old pick 5 posts and what has worked for some. I have been looking at combinations and what fell in the previous 10 drawings of these combinations. Here is what I have. The first column is the date of the draw. The second column is what fell and the last column is how many times in the previous 10 draws these numbers fell. This is for 10 drawings from 5-11 to 5-20 in the GA Fantasy 5.

5-11,2005; 05-19-23-31-38; 3-1-1-2-2

5-12,2005; 09-16-17-28-33; 3-1-4-1-0

5-13,2005; 07-10-14-27-32; 0-1-1-2-0

5-14,2005; 02-08-13-25-36; 1-1-0-0-0

5-15,2005; 09-16-17-21-31; 4-2-3-1-1

5-16,2005; 17-18-19-24-35; 3-0-1-0-1

5-17,2005; 13-29-30-31-35; 1-2-1-2-2

5-18,2005; 04-14-35-37-39; 1-1-3-1-0

5-19,2005; 02-09-16-18-32; 1-3-2-1-1

5-20,2005; 02-12-18-24-31; 2-1-2-1-3

Now could someone tell me if this information is of any value and if it is what should I be learning from it? Any insight would be appreciated. -Bonnie

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 Posted: June 8, 2005, 8:58 pm - IP Logged

The info can be very useful in choosing your numbers.  Its 'value' is debatable.  Look at the last column...you've got a lot of 0s and 1s.  Well, this can help you decide whether to keep playing numbers in that spot that have shown up zero times or once, or to try other numbers.

I see that a number that has been drawn 4 times has not shown up recently...maybe you should watch for that.

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 Posted: June 8, 2005, 9:34 pm - IP Logged

That's kind of what I was thinking. Like maybe using mostly numbers which either haven't fallen or have only fallen once in the last ten draws with a few (maybe 3) numbers which have fallen 2 or 3 times. I usually avoid numbers that fall a whole lot. My reasoning that the more times a number falls, particularly in a small number of draws, the less likely it is to fall again. I think that maybe what I was looking for was some clarification of what I already thought.

It looks like with this set that the last number is the one which is the most likely not to have fallen in the previous 10 draws so that would bring down the range of high numbers to one or two. The middle 3 numbers appear to fall once or twice mostly, again this would filter out alot of numbers in that middle range. And lastly the first number seems to be the one that would be most likely a repeater. Alot of 3's in that column and one 4. Does it look like I am on the right track? Oh and if this is helpful at all to anyone, go ahead an use it. I am just throwing out some ideas. -Bonne

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