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Posted: August 26, 2005, 4:07 pm - IP Logged

bobby623,

I'm not certain, but I think you've just come up with a complicated way of saying "random numbers tend to be evenly distributed", which is true.

Quick example... Ohio Rolling Cash 5.  For the 279 drawings to date, 24% of the numbers drawn have been in the 1-9 range, 28% in the 10-19 range, 23% in the 20-29 range and 26% in the 30-39 range.  In other words, evenly distributed.

So playing a balanced game with the numbers played spread across the entire range of numbers is one of the keys to success...

 

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    Posted: August 26, 2005, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

    bobby623,

    I also use letters to define my combinations for Ohio Rolling Cash5, but the letters represent the previous drawings in which the winning numbers appeared.  A=1 drawing back,B=2 drawings back,J=10 drawings back and etc.  As yo can see A and B seem to be the most popular letters.

    08/26/05        BCHKX
    08/25/05        ADDNR
    08/24/05        BGOZn
    08/23/05        ABDGK
    08/22/05        CDDGJ
    08/20/05        ABCDG
    08/19/05        CGIJR
    08/18/05        CEFGG
    08/17/05        ADEKN
    08/16/05        AABIN
    08/15/05        BBGHK
    08/13/05        EGNOQ
    08/12/05        BCEJM
    08/11/05        DLNPp
    08/10/05        ADFIJ
    08/09/05        AABFN
    08/08/05        CEGHM
    08/06/05        ABCEM

    RJOh
     

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      Posted: August 27, 2005, 12:11 am - IP Logged

       

      Thanks for your comments, RJOH. Good to know that you see the advantages of alpha-numeric substitution.

      Regarding my challenge. 

      The winning sequence in TX C5 Friday was ACCCD. The winning combination was 01.20.26.28.36

      When I typed the data, I left out CCC45 in the P2.3.4 column.

      I replayed my original combinations  and won $2!

      There was no jackpot winner, so, folks who got 4/5 won $508!! 

      I'm hopeful that one of these days some sharp programmer will see a profit potential in coming up with a program that will provide the shells for alpha-numeric substitution. I'd be glad to share my thoughts and give information regarding the trend charts I've developed.

       

       

       

       


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        Posted: August 28, 2005, 10:59 pm - IP Logged

        The key too winning lottery games is not too take it so serioulsy with theories make it simple as possible,all the random probability and chaos theory stuff just makes things that much more difficult.Just look at the numbers not what causes them too appear,observe there movements study them become familiar with it.It's an aquired skilled just like Card Counting when I've hit numbers in the Daily games or Pick-5 I used good old-fashion number strategizing.

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          Posted: August 31, 2005, 9:02 am - IP Logged

           

          So playing a balanced game with the numbers played spread across the entire range of numbers is one of the keys to success...

           

           

          I don't think this is quite right...

          OCCURENCES BY DECADES
                 
          "1-""10-""20-""30-""40-""50-"COL
          "9""19""29""39""49""56"CNT
                 
          0101214
          1011115
          3100103
          1201104
          1120014
          1002114
          0102114
          2000123
          0111024
          1120104
          1210014
          0121014
          1100124
          1111105
          1102014
          1010214
          0011124
          0110214
          1011204
          0100223
                 
                 
          161614142020 

          If you take the last 20 draws of Mega Millions, for example, you should have at least 2 decades not included in your pick selection. Only 10% of the picks have an even distribution of 1 number in 5 different decades. So even though, the total sums of each decade may show even  percent distributions, the picks may not be occurring that way.



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            Posted: August 31, 2005, 9:15 am - IP Logged

            Working with 'decades' has been one of my most successful strategies so far...knowing which ones to avoid and when!


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              "Decades" is a very Powerful strategy when it's implemented properly I use it along with "Positional Digit Analysis" and am able too get 9-10 numbers too Wheel into 4 combinations without a filter and 2 combinations with a filter only 1 filter is used if desired(Odd-Even groups) I use "Advantage Plus" for analysis of decades and Odd-Even groups and "LottoMan" for selecting my numbers by position.

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                Posted: August 31, 2005, 5:43 pm - IP Logged

                craziness if you ask me.


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                  Posted: September 1, 2005, 4:09 am - IP Logged

                  craziness if you ask me.

                  Welcome to the Lottery Post jrileyjr. There is alot of terminology that I still to this day, either won't or can't understand depending on the situation.

                  Craziness???????.......yes......

                  There is alot I've learned here.......you will too........

                  Good plays......