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# New System – I MIGHT be on to something

Topic closed. 36 replies. Last post 11 years ago by LOTTOMIKE.

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mid-Ohio
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 Posted: July 31, 2005, 2:28 pm - IP Logged

John,

Since your strategy is using a 13 numbers wheel with 2 key numbers with 163 lines, you much feel pretty sure you've found a bias in the Georgia Fantasy 5 drawings.  Have you tested your theory against 163 lines or randomly chosen combinations?  Good luck to you.

RJOh

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Georgia
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 Posted: July 31, 2005, 8:02 pm - IP Logged

Hi RJOh,

I am always looking for a new bias in the games.  The only bias I have discovered that occurs extremely often to consider is the fact that a group and often 2 groups of numbers are missing from each drawing 80% to 100% of the time, based on 100+ drawings.  Over the last 10 drawings, 2 groups were missing twice and 1 group was missing 6 times for a total of 80%.

Based on the above percentages, if I can guess one of the numbers as the key number, I play combos of numbers and my chances of hitting 4 of 5 or better are pretty good.

Anyway, I will keep trying.

On the other hand, what is worse, a new system that does not work, or a new system that did work but you only played it on paper when it hit?  lol

Thanks to Everyone for your input and ideas,

LA - John

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 Posted: July 31, 2005, 10:02 pm - IP Logged

Hi Everyone,

Well the key numbers I am trying tonight are 13 and 26.  Let's see what happens.

Thanks,

LA - John

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 Posted: August 1, 2005, 9:11 pm - IP Logged

Hi Everyone,

Last night's results were (12) 2 of 5 and (1) 3 of 5 prizes on paper.  Again, not very good results when you don't hit the key number.

Tonight let's try 23 and 30 as the key numbers.

Blessings and Fortunes to all.

LA - John

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 11:50 am - IP Logged

Hi Everyone,

Well, as elementary and redundant as this may sound, the “key” is the key.  I guessed the number 23 correct last night and did ok.  I still lost money on paper because 4 of 5 did not pay as high as it sometimes does.  Still, my total winnings on paper were not bad at 51%.  (Spent \$162.00 and won \$83.00)

I won the following on paper:

2 of 5 =  26 times for                26 free tickets

3 of 5 = 3 times for                  \$21.00

4 of 5 = 1 time for                   \$62.00

I have guessed one of the winning numbers twice in 5 nights.  If anyone is really good at guessing at least one of the winning numbers often, this might be the perfect system for you.  I will try this experiment a few more days.

Thanks,

LA - John

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 12:00 pm - IP Logged

Keep at it!  Don't let one or two days of bad results discourage you.  No system works all of the time, but some work more than others.

I've been trying a similar strategy on Connecticut's Cash 5 game...5/35 = \$100,000.

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 12:03 pm - IP Logged

Nice work...hope it contiues

ALL IN!

Georgia
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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 12:16 pm - IP Logged

JAG331 and undress,

Thanks for the kind words.

JAG, please keep me posted on how you do in the Connecticut's Cash 5 game.  Maybe we can compare notes sometime.

Thanks again,

LA - John

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 12:24 pm - IP Logged

John,

Your posts got me interested in the Ohio Rolling Cash5 again which is similar to the Georgia Fasnaty5.  If I win anything, you'll see the improved results in my prediction statistics because I'm posting my picks on the prediction board.  Good luck.

RJOh

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

Georgia
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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 12:54 pm - IP Logged

Hi RJOh,

Awesome.  I will check your predictions.  I wish you the best of success.

Thanks,

LA - John

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 2:21 pm - IP Logged

OK, for tonight I will try 14 and 32 as my key numbers.

Happy winnings to everyone....

Thanks,

LA - John

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 2:46 pm - IP Logged

Lottery_Analyst,

Very interesting results and keep on trying.  As someone mentioned, when playing a jackpot game you have to give it some time "on paper" before you rule it out.

Good luck to you and I'm rooting for your success.

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 5:48 pm - IP Logged

yeh --- keep up the good work.

What wheels are u using when u spin your combinations.

I have a 7 from 30 lotto here and have noticed something quite peculiar..

3 numbers always appear in every draw-- not  all at once but definitely one or the other..

---Im one sixth of the way to a definite jackpot????

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 7:28 pm - IP Logged

yeh --- keep up the good work.

What wheels are u using when u spin your combinations.

I have a 7 from 30 lotto here and have noticed something quite peculiar..

3 numbers always appear in every draw-- not  all at once but definitely one or the other..

---Im one sixth of the way to a definite jackpot????

Use them as key numbers in a wheel.

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 Posted: August 2, 2005, 8:10 pm - IP Logged

Hi Lottery Analyst. Just a few words... why not try the pick 5 GH wheel 3 out of 3, pool of 26? You dont have to select key number(s). 174 entries.. If you have 5 correct the minimum guarantee is 3 times 3 and 30 times 2, max. guarantee 1 times 5, 2 times 4, 7 times 3 and 30 times 2, or, if you dont get a jackpot: 4 times 4, 6 times 3 and 38 times 2. How does that sound? GH has also wheels (f.i. pool 26) with only one key number. I have tried it on paper many times (the first-mentioned wheel) and often got 5 correct... I 've now tried it a couple of times for real, but unfortunately the max. was 4 correct (incredible, like the devil was playing with it, which he does of course), and that is not enough to have a profit (it could be but it is less certain). I look at the first 2 numbers and the last, as well as the hot,cold and average. Please allow me to elaborate with the following line for the Dutch lottery (there is a difference though, the pool is 45 numbers, of which are 6 drawn, I can play for 5 or 4 numbers; since I can also have 6 correct, this would increase my profits even more) Also, by playing 5 numbers I avoid the bonus ball, but I do include the bonus ball in my calculations:

1) 4-22-23-25-31-34 (32)

I add and deduct (32) and 4, which results in 28 and 36 resp., leading to (including overlaps) ..5, ..6, ..7, ..8 and ..9 numbers. If you continue adding and deducting the numbers above, you will find that there are in total 3 results ending on ..8, 5 results leading to ..6, 2 results ending on ..5, one result is 33, one calculations results in ..2 and finally one result ends on ..1.

Now the 2nd draw was: 9-11-21-22-32-37.

The 3 results ending on ..8 lead to 9 and 37, so do the 5 results ..6 lead to 37 as well. The 2 results of ..5 lead to 34, one result of 33 leads also to 34 and to 11 and 22. The one result of ..2 and the one of ..1 both lead to 22, 32 and 21 respectively. I found that the bonus ball is often an important indicator, so the end number 2 weighs heavily because of that. Also the first 2 numbers ( 4 and 22) are heavy indicators I found (leading to 9 and 37). Of course, a wheel of 26 numbers is required in my view to cover the best possibilities. Furthermore, 9 and 37 were hot, 22 was a repeater (which happens frequently with the Dutch lottery). 11, 21 and 32 were cold numbers... I also looked at the distribution and the last couple of draws were dominated by 1-10 and 40-45 numbers, so I felt that the emphesize would be on 20-30 and 30-40 numbers. What do you think of this? I only played on paper this time... too bad. I had 5 correct again (37 was so terribly hot, that I thought it would be at rest by now...). Hope this is a bit clear. What do you think?

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