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Next GA draw-Singles Safe to Filter Out

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Posted: July 19, 2005, 12:43 am - IP Logged
I plan for this to be a running thread.  It'll be my -- Singles "Safe" to Filter Out -- thread.  ......I'm curious to see how things go.  

By "safe" to filter out, I mean that, based on what I've seen usually happens in Georgia's combined game, the odds strongly oppose any of the following boxed singles hitting in the next draw. 

There are always going to be exceptions, of course, and no system of elimination can ever be 100%  fool-proof.  But I definitely won't be including any of these in my own personal plays:

027 - 028 - 029 - 056 - 058 - 059 - 068 - 069 - 078 - 079 - 089 - 123 - 124 - 125 - 126 - 127 - 134 - 135 - 136 - 137 - 138 - 145 - 146 - 148 - 156 - 158 - 167 - 236 - 237 - 245 - 246 - 256 - 267 - 278 - 279 - 289 - 345 - 346 - 348 - 356 - 358 - 367 - 456 - 458 - 568 - 569 - 589 - 689 - 789

That leaves these remaining boxed singles that, based on what I've observed usually happens, "should" be "safe" to filter in, and select from. 

In other words, the odds strongly favor Georgia's next drawn number coming from this large (but not 120 combos large) bunch, if a single hits:

012 - 013 - 014 - 015 - 016 - 017 - 018 - 019 - 023 - 024 - 025 - 026 - 034 - 035 - 036 - 037 - 038 - 039 - 045 - 046 - 047 - 048 - 049 - 057 - 067 - 128 - 129 - 139 - 147 - 149 - 157 - 159 - 168 - 169 - 178 - 179 - 189 - 234 - 235 - 238 - 239 - 247 - 248 - 249 - 257 - 258 - 259 - 268 - 269 - 347 - 349 - 357 - 359 - 368 - 369 - 378 - 379 - 389 - 457 - 459 - 467 - 468 - 469 - 478 - 479 - 489 - 567 - 578 - 579 - 678 - 679


These filter "outs" and filter "ins" picks will change from draw to draw.  I'd love to be able to come up with a consistent system that I had this much confidence in, that would eliminate unlikely doubles, but I can't.  And, unfortunately, I doubt that I'll ever have the time, or accumulate the required database, to do any other states.

Again..... let's just see how this little experiment goes for awhile, Georgia players.   Play along if you like, or simply watch.

Try crunching these with the digit, pair, and combo picks from any of the many skilled and hard-working posters and predictors here, and you could very well come up with a playable, and winning set of tickets for Georgia's next draw.  ( I hope! Thumbs Up)

Good Crunching and Good Luck to All!


 >Peach

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    Posted: July 19, 2005, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

    Running late.  A longer than usual day at work.

    Here's what I expect to be the bad and the good for tonight after midday's ugly 101 ( unless you played it, of course!  lol  Congratulations if you won!)

     Doubles shouldn't count for or against this elimination method, so I'm still 0-for-0 at this point.  No hits, no misses.

    By "safe" to filter out, I mean that, based on what I've tracked happening a high percentage of the time in Georgia's combined game, the odds strongly oppose any of the following boxed singles hitting in tonight's draw. 

    There are always going to be exceptions, of course, and no system of elimination can ever be 100%  fool-proof  (I'd be happy with a 90% success rate over a month's time).  But I definitely won't be including any of these in my own  plays:

    012 - 014 - 016 - 017 - 019 - 023 - 024 - 025 - 026 - 027 - 029 - 034 - 035 - 045 - 049 - 067 - 124 - 126 - 127 - 129 - 146 - 147 - 149 - 167 - 234 - 235 - 245 - 246 - 247 - 249 - 267 - 345 - 346 - 347 - 348 - 349 - 356 - 357 - 358 - 359 - 367 - 389 - 456 - 457 - 458 - 459 - 467 - 489 - 567 - 589

    That leaves these remaining boxed singles that "should" be "safe" to filter in, and select from. 

    In other words, the odds strongly favor Georgia's next drawn number coming from this large (but not nearly 120 combos large) bunch, if no double tonight:

    013 - 015 - 018 - 028 - 036 - 037 - 038 - 039 - 046 - 047 - 048 - 056 - 057 - 058 - 059 - 068 - 069 - 078 - 079 - 089 - 123 - 125 - 128 - 134 - 135 - 136 - 137 - 138 - 139 - 145 - 148 - 156 - 157 - 158 - 159 - 168 - 169 - 178 - 179 - 189 - 236 - 237 - 238 - 239 - 248 - 256 - 257 - 258 - 259 - 268 - 269 - 278 - 279 - 289 - 368 - 369 - 378 - 379 - 468 - 469 - 478 - 479 - 568 - 569 - 578 - 579 - 678 - 679 - 689 - 789


    The filter "outs" and filter "ins" choices will vary somewhat from draw to draw with this particular elimination method I'm testing.

    I'm still looking for an all-high single to hit Georgia, either midday or evening, by the end of this week.  That's probably all I'll be playing for a bit.  ...Have decided to go the conservative route until I can find a way to pick  some good-looking doubles and include them iin my plays. 

     >Peach

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      Posted: July 19, 2005, 7:08 pm - IP Logged

      959 an all-high double

      Dang!  Wouldn't ya know it?! lol

      Well, I'll have an update on these sets of bad and good singles for tomorrow midday a little later on tonight. 

      Gotta do the new data input and number crunching..... Shouldn't take too long.

       >Peach

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        Posted: July 19, 2005, 7:45 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks Peach,

          I'll be waiting.  I played 30 numbers tonight on line and 23 are in your list! I did not play a double.

        great work,

        ez

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          Posted: July 19, 2005, 7:59 pm - IP Logged

          Peach,

          Enjoy seeing these new kind of plays. Even if they don't turn out just right they still offer great insight into the game and are fun to follow along. Keep on trying and thanks.

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            Posted: July 19, 2005, 8:48 pm - IP Logged

            ez and Dr P,

            Thanks loads for all the positive feedback, guys! 

            I got side-tracked responding in another thread, but I'll be getting everything together, and up, ASAP. Thumbs Up

             >Peach

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              Posted: July 19, 2005, 10:07 pm - IP Logged

              OK, here we go.  I'll keep it short and simple this time.  Everyone should know the drill by now. 

              I'm anxious to see how this is going to play out, given sufficient time to test it.  Please don't be overly deflated if Georgia's very next single winds up being a miss.  I have confidence, and would explain how I've arrived at this method, but I couldn't begin to type an adequate explanation. 

              All I can say is that it's initial basis was derived from tracking the positional hits in the ten position of CalifDude's ten-digit-number (or what I've referred to as the hot to cold scale).  That's why the combos will vary from draw to draw because I'm using positional tracking more than actual drawn-digit tracking.  If that makes no sense at all, I apologize but that's probably the best that I can do in a post :)

              Let's hope we have some idea of its validity after a few more Georgia draws.

              43 boxed singles indicated Bad for Wednesday midday (looks like it's gonna be somewhere between 40 and 50 combos indicated Bad for each draw) :

              013 - 015 - 016 - 017 - 019 - 035 - 036 - 056 - 057 - 059 - 079 - 134 - 135 - 136 - 138 - 139 - 145 - 149 - 156 - 157 - 158 - 159 - 179 - 189 - 236 - 237 - 238 - 267 - 268 - 278 - 345 - 349 - 356 - 358 - 359 - 367 - 368 - 378 - 389 - 459 - 579 - 589 - 678

              77 boxed singles indicated Good for Wednesday midday (and it looks like it's gonna be somewhere between 70 and 80 combos indicated Good for each draw):

              012 - 014 - 018 - 023 - 024 - 025 - 026 - 027 - 028 - 029 - 034 - 037 - 038 - 039 - 045 - 046 - 047 - 048 - 049 - 058 - 067 - 068 - 069 - 078 - 089 - 123 - 124 - 125 - 126 - 127 - 128 - 129 - 137 - 146 - 147 - 148 - 167 - 168 - 169 - 178 - 234 - 235 - 239 - 245 - 246 - 247 - 248 - 249 - 256 - 257 - 258 - 259 - 269 - 279 - 289 - 346 - 347 - 348 - 357 - 369 - 379 - 456 - 457 - 458 - 467 - 468 - 469 - 478 - 479 - 489 - 567 - 568 - 569 - 578 - 679 - 689 - 789

              Good Luck, Georgia Players!

               >Peach

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                Posted: July 19, 2005, 11:09 pm - IP Logged

                (I decided to do an edit that wound up lengthening the above post considerably from the original.  But I hope it helped answer some questions anyone might have had.)

                And the following sentence, as edited and corrected, might be a little easier to follow: Wink

                About all I can tell you is that it's initial basis , the foundation of this elimination method, was derived from tracking the positional hits in the ten positions of CalifDude's ten-digit-number (or what I've referred to as the hot-to-cold scale).

                And the following sentence is a truer, more accurate explanation:

                That's one reason why the indicated combos can vary from draw to draw because I'm using positional tracking, in conjunction with, actual drawn-digit tracking.

                I'm trying, folks! lol

                 >Peach

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                  Posted: July 20, 2005, 8:20 am - IP Logged

                  I got a qp of 704 and 407 at the same time Monday..So I have been playing the number for the last 2 days..

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                    I got a qp of 704 and 407 at the same time Monday..So I have been playing the number for the last 2 days..

                    unclelotto,

                    047 in some order doesn't look good according to this method I'm working on but, of course, that's no guarantee. ;)


                    48 boxed singles indicated Negative:

                    012 - 014 - 017 - 023 - 024 - 026 - 027 - 034 - 036 - 037 - 047 - 057 - 058 - 059 - 067 - 078 - 079 - 089 - 124 - 127 - 147 - 156 - 158 - 159 - 168 - 169 - 189 - 234 - 236 - 237 - 247 - 256 - 257 - 259 - 267 - 269 - 279 - 347 - 367 - 567 - 568 - 569 - 578 - 579 - 589 - 679 - 689 - 789

                     


                    72 boxed singles indicated Positive:

                     

                    013 - 015 - 016 - 018 - 019 - 025 - 028 - 029 - 035 - 038 - 039 - 045 - 046 - 048 - 049 - 056 - 068 - 069 - 123 - 125 - 126 - 128 - 129 - 134 - 135 - 136 - 137 - 138 - 139 - 145 - 146 - 148 - 149 - 157 - 167 - 178 - 179 - 235 - 238 - 239 - 245 - 246 - 248 - 249 - 258 - 268 - 278 - 289 - 345 - 346 - 348 - 349 - 356 - 357 - 358 - 359 - 368 - 369 - 378 - 379 - 389 - 456 - 457 - 458 - 459 - 467 - 468 - 469 - 478 - 479 - 489 - 678

                    Good Luck, Georgia Players!

                     >Peach

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                      Posted: July 20, 2005, 7:38 pm - IP Logged

                      271

                      a Miss in the first test of a drawn single.Unhappy 

                      0-for-1 at this point.

                      I'll see what the crunching calls for on midday Thursday...... a little later tonight.

                       >Peach