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LottoVantage's avatar - BRITIS 3.GIF
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Posted: July 4, 2005, 6:35 pm - IP Logged

Aye',

Thanks for your time, effort, and genuine interest! Will at least try and answer some of your questions.

Here goe's:

Why are the numbers 29,30 and 31 in your lower tier group?

Number one reason is because due to the matrice change, I have started with a new data base, (Lottery Pool).

Number two reason is because 02, 14, 20, 25 were drawn within the LOWER TIER, and was elevated to the UPPER TIER. This forced 29, 30, and 31 to regress into the LOWER TIER group.

Where are all the due numbers and cold numbers?

There are no due numbers or cold numbers because of the creation of a new Lottery Pool, and there have been only (3) drawings as of Friday, 07/01/05.

If the (new) numbers were arbitrarily added to the old Lottery Pool it would statistically corrupt the new Lottery Pool. Where would they be placed within the Lottery Pool? How would they be illustrated, hot, cold, due?

What does it take to establish the lottery pool?

My experience suggest's that the Lottery Pool is completely established following a period of two times the amount of numbers in the Pool, which in the case of MEGA MILLIONS is 112 drawings. This amount of drawings provides the best distribution of numbers within the Pool.

Are you working only with the draw numbers since the new MM matrices were put into effect?

No, I am working with all the numbers within the Lottery Pool using a fresh, new, data base.

Since there are so many ways to put numbers into play, I think your "try these" number selections would be easier to comprehend if you didn't try to make play sets out of them. Just list the numbers and people can execute them as they wish.

That will be available once my Federal Copyright is approved. Until then, I am trying to prove to the population what really can be accomplished using this system, and make available to anyone that wants it a way to capitalize on some viable numbers. Actually, I use a 3if5of whatever the Lower/Upper data base size is, then reduce it down using "sum" filters. That way, a person can in most instances afford to play viable numbers from both Upper and Lower TIER groups covering the entire range of numbers.

I don't understand your application of Newton's Third Law to this method. Can you give a specific example of how a majority of numbers appearing in a given tier group brings about the "equal and opposite" appearance in the opposite tier group? Yes!
WE 06/01/05 |29|27|31|36|02][  |  |  |  |  | [A] 1417 +
TH 06/02/05 |  |  |  |  |  ][18|06|08|28|32|
[F] 1418 +
FR 06/03/05 |  |  |  |  |13][24|17|08|14|  | [E] 1419 +
SA 06/04/05 |  |  |  |03|20][30|08|28|  |  | [D] 1420 -
 
DATE     +A +B +C -D +E  +F                  DRAW

  18 LOWER TIER NUMBERS][18 UPPER TIER NUMBERS


01 02 03 06 07 09 12 14 17 18 19 24 27 30 32 33 34 35

04 05 08 10 11 13 15 16 20 21 22 23 25 26 28 29 31 36



 

 

On WE 06/01/05, all five numbers appeard within the LOWER tier group. On TH 06/02/05, all five numbers appeard within the UPPER tier group. This was an equal, (5 number), appearance of numbers in the LOWER  tier group directly appearing the very next drawing equally, (5 numbers), within the direct opposite UPPER tier group. This is a phenomenon I discovered many years ago, and the occurance happens quite frequently.

The radical matrix, as I understand it or not, seems to change or not exist at all depending on how the numbers fall from draw to draw. Would you elaborate on the nature and significance of this radical matrix concept?

Looking at the two lines of numbers above, both sets of numbers are within the +RADICAL MATRIX+ I refer to. The -MEDIAN MATRIX- is numbers that appear within the BLACK bounderys, or, two numbers in one tier and three numbers in the opposite tier, or vice versa. This is a very critical and significant element of the system, and determines whether or not betting should resume, continue, or stop.

Are the median matrix and radical matrix pretty much determined by draw number distribution in the upper and lower tiers? And are those two matrices mutally exclusive? Would you give us some examples from past draws of what those matrices have actually been?

The answer to the first part of your question is yes. I don't quite understand the second part of your question! Actual examples are given above.

It seems as though you're saying that it only makes sense to bet after the numbers have shown a rather distinct high or low bias. Is this a correct interpretation of your method? If so, why is that the case?

As long as numbers are appearing in +RADICAL MATRIX+, betting continues because you have a possible opportunity to capture a majority of numbers within one tier group or the other. Once the numbers appear in the -MEDIAN MATRIX-, betting stops. The strategy of this method is to only place bets when it is most likely that there will be an opportunity to capture four or more numbers in your pool of numbers. When numbers again appear in the +RADICAL MATRIX+, then betting resumes for as long as the +RADICAL MATRIX+ is active. This is an attempt to prevent wasted bets.

Are you using the term "Bonus Ball" to mean Mega Ball?

You got me on that one, pal. I just gave my editor three days suspension with no beer! Problem fixed!

Good Luck!

    ayenowitall's avatar - rod serling4.jpg

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    Posted: July 5, 2005, 5:27 am - IP Logged

    LottoVantage,

    Thank you for your detailed response. I've read through it a couple of times, but it's quite a bit to digest. I'm going to have to devote a little more time to it before I can offer any further meaningful feedback. I hope that others here at Lottery Post will take the time to give serious consideration to your presentation.

    Much thanks,

    aye'

      ayenowitall's avatar - rod serling4.jpg

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      Posted: July 5, 2005, 9:00 pm - IP Logged

      Okay,  let's start with a rather fundamental aspect of your method. What exactly are these upper and lower tier groups? At first I thought they were 1-28 for the lower tier and 29-56 for the upper tier. Is that the way they started out with the new matrices, and are they changing with each draw? If so, how did the drawing of 2,14, 20, and 25 in the lower tier group and their consequent elevation to the upper tier group specifically cause the 29,30,and 31 to regress into the lower tier group? Are those two sets of numbers somehow equal and opposite? In the example you give of equal and opposite appearances, the 18 upper and 18 lower tier numbers that you list do not completely match the upper and lower tier groups that the draw numbers fell into. For example, you show all numbers from the 6-1-05 drawing (29-27-31-36-2) to have been in the lower tier group, but your listing of the lower tier numbers does not include the 27 or the 2. The same type of discrepancy exists for each of the draws you list vis-a-vis the tier group delineations. Can you explain these things?

      I can understand that you might have some proprietary concerns pending the issuance of a copyright on your work. I'm not asking you to give away the store, but maybe you can tell us enough to help us all understand your method a little better. Hopefully we can advance to the other aspects of your method once you clarify these matters about your tier groups.

      Thanks,

      aye'

        LottoVantage's avatar - BRITIS 3.GIF
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        Posted: July 6, 2005, 12:54 am - IP Logged

        What exactly are these upper and lower tier groups? At first I thought they were 1-28 for the lower tier and 29-56 for the upper tier. Is that the way they started out with the new matrices, and are they changing with each draw?

        Yes, this is correct. For MEGA MILLIONS, the UPPER  and LOWER tiers are composed of 28 numbers each. The tier structures are ever changing as numbers are drawn.

        1. As numbers mature in value, (number of times drawn within a given time frame),  they  eventually elevate from the LOWER TIER to the UPPER TIER group  of numbers. When this occurs, an equal amount of numbers regress from the  UPPER TIER to the LOWER TIER group  of numbers.

        2. As numbers age and are not drawn within the UPPER TIER group, they eventually regress downward to the LOWER TIER. This regression forces numbers at the upper level of the LOWER TIER to elevate to the UPPER TIER group.

        If so, how did the drawing of 2, 14, 20, and 25 in the lower tier group and their consequent elevation to the upper tier group specifically cause the 29,30,and 31 to regress into the lower tier group?

        1. The numbers 2, 14, 20, and 25 elevated from the LOWER TIER to the top of the UPPER TIER group when they were drawn. Actually, the numbers 29, 30, 31, and 32 regressed from the UPPER TIER downward to the LOWER TIER because of this action.

        In the example you give of equal and opposite appearances, the 18 upper and 18 lower tier numbers that you list do not completely match the upper and lower tier groups that the draw numbers fell into.

         1. The examples that were given were illustrations taken from the Florida Fantasy-5. This phenomenon has not occured in the new MEGA MILLIONS, but was offered to emphasize what is possible and commonly occurs in all Lottery drawing pools. I apologize for the confusion, and should have emphasized where the illustration originated from. This was the only way I could illustrate an actual example of this phenomenon, but should have clarified where it originated from.

        I can understand that you might have some proprietary concerns pending the issuance of a copyright on your work. I'm not asking you to give away the store, but maybe you can tell us enough to help us all understand your method a little better. Hopefully we can advance to the other aspects of your method once you clarify these matters about your tier groups.

        I realize how confusing all of this information can be. The method is really very simple but totally unconventional. It is a totally new discovery for the Lottery enthusiast group. This entire concept is common knowledge for me but for anyone else it's a total mystery. I tried presenting just the final results of my method, the play lists, and thought over a minuscule amount of time, that everyone could catch on. NOT! If I could present the entire concept, there wouldn't be a problem. It is so simple, yet so out of reach because the concept is totally unconventional. The concept has been created over a great period of time. Once I have Federal Copyright protection I will be able to present the entire package and have a lot less confusion on the issue. You have been a blessing on trying to clear the air, and I appreciate your interest and questions.

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          Posted: July 7, 2005, 3:45 am - IP Logged

          LottoVantage,

          I don't understand all the specifics of the way your system works, but I do think I have a general idea of what you're doing. Thanks for taking the time to offer an explanation. I realize that you can't give away everything at this preliminary stage.

          Has this method shown a profit or greater than chance success in back-testing or actual play for you? I hope you're cashing lots of tickets. Perhaps the rest of us will have a chance to share in your success when you're able to make more details known. Thanks again for sharing.

          Good luck,

          aye'

            LottoVantage's avatar - BRITIS 3.GIF
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            Posted: July 7, 2005, 6:43 am - IP Logged

            Has this method shown a profit or greater than chance success in back-testing or actual play for you?

            aye', during the Ohio Buckeye-5 run, I personally hit 4 out of 5 numbers twice for a total of $500.00, and have had countless 2 and 3 number matches paying $1.00 and $10.00 respectively.  Surprisingly, I am  not a serious GAMBLER, and only play occasionally for personal recreation and fun.

            My greatest joy is in creation and discovery. Several years ago I was educated in Stastical Process Control presented by the Industrial Training Center @ the University of Tulsa. When I began learning this process I thought early on, why not apply this theory to Lottery numbers? This experience was the motivation in the study and creation of my system.

            The object of interest was in reducing the Lottery playing field by fifty percent. With Buckeye-5, my Lottery of choice, this meant effectively reducing the active playing field from 37 numbers to a  reduced playing field of 18 or 19 numbers. This is further improved with smaller Lottery's such as Colorado's Cash-5, (16) numbers.

            The ultimate discovery in my work is the accuracy in estimating where the majority of numbers are going to appear within the system.

            If you have the ability to reduce the active playing field by half, and additionally, have the ability to estimate which half the majority of numbers are going to appear in next, time after time, wouldn't you say you had an improved system for betting your money on the Lottery?