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# The Tao of Filters - Lottery Filters 104

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Tx
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Next Sunday night or Monday I will start here with the Hot-Cold Filter, the digit difference filter and 1 or more filters.

The Hot-Cold filter is a 5 x 5 filter, that is 5 Hot digits and 5 Cold digits, for straight filtering it would be like: 5 x 5 x 5 =125 straight combos.

It is an 8 patterns filter:

HHH 5x5x5=125 straight combos

CCC 5x5x5= 125 straight combos

HHC same

CHH same

HCH same

CCH same

HCC same

CHC same

It gets rid of or filters out no less than 125 straight combos and maybe more. Filtering out 2 of the 8 patterns would filter out 250 straight combos, that is 1/4 of the 1 000 total. Use it with other filters.

It has a boxed version also, I will show both.

You will like it and you will also like the digit difference filter:

578 = 3 pairs = Lth, Rth, Side Pairs = 5-7, 7-8 and 5-8, so:

5-7 = 2 digit difference.

7-8 = 1 digit difference.

5-8 = 3 digit difference.

More on that and other things then.

I tell you, using filters gets easier and easier with time as you experiment and practice with them, but their use will always be somewhat tricky and don't expect to win all of the time.

Good luck.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Can hardly wait, Lantern.

Thanks for taking time to teach us how to use filters.

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Wow.. my head is spinning...  I am not sure my head is big enough to hold all these filfters..

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Lottaloot
You are welcomed.
TNTEA
It is more than big enough, you will learn them, little by little, one thing at a time, if you learned Vtracs then you can learn to use the rest of the filters also, little by little.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Lottaloot
You are welcomed.
TNTEA
It is more than big enough, you will learn them, little by little, one thing at a time, if you learned Vtracs then you can learn to use the rest of the filters also, little by little.

yes you are right Lantern..

it took months to throughly get with the vtracs.. and still I will skip certain states now.. because of the lay of the vtracs...

Some weeks.. it is great.. lots of hits....

then some weeks.. the vtracs are screwed.. and they need to time to unwind.. so I just wait until it gets where I need them to be..

OLD/Vtrac

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Well bad news, it turns out that trying to do the Hot-Cold straight filter by hand is way too much trouble, it is too much work, needs too many past draws to do, maybe about 40 or more and anyhow, many people would have trouble understanding how to do everything needed to make it work, with the right software, it would be much easier.

So instead, I will try to show you how to use the Box or Any Order Hot-Cold filter. it is also good for straight combo filtering and very much easier to do.

You can use at least 10 past draws for getting the 5 Hottest and the 5 Coldest digits (any-order or boxed), but whatever number of past draws are used, they must always be used for the whole workout, you just keep on moving 1 draw up as you do the workout.

These would be the filter patterns for the boxed-straight Hot-Cold-Filter:

CCC = All cold

HHH = All Hot

2C1H = 2 Cold-1Hot or Mostly Cold

2H1C = 2 Hot-1Cold or Mostly Hot

----------------Or:

MC = Mostly Cold

MH = Mostly Hot

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Well, it turns out that the Box-Straight filter is also too much trouble and also very hard to understand, maybe, by some people.

Many or most people might want to SKIP this filter altogether.

TN pick 3
CASH 3 12/11/2005 Evening 480 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/10/2005 Mid-Day 893 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/10/2005 Evening 442 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/9/2005 .Mid-Day 786 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/9/2005 .Evening 337 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/8/2005 .Mid-Day 878 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/8/2005 .Evening 283 3H0C = MH = 3 Hot + 0 Cold
CASH 3 12/7/2005 .Mid-Day 219 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/7/2005 .Evening 032 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/6/2005 .Mid-Day 126 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/6/2005 .Evening 576
CASH 3 12/5/2005 .Mid-Day 468
CASH 3 12/5/2005 .Evening 213
CASH 3 12/4/2005 .Evening 829
CASH 3 12/3/2005 .Mid-Day 623
CASH 3 12/3/2005 .Evening 184
CASH 3 12/2/2005 .Mid-Day 874
CASH 3 12/2/2005 .Evening 964
CASH 3 12/1/2005 .Mid-Day 094
CASH 3 12/1/2005 .Evening 859

Well, I tell you, doing that was a lot of trouble, big trouble.

What you do is count all the digits from 0 to 9 all 10 of them and the 5 digits that have the most counts or the ones that came out the most times on the last 10 draws, any-order in any pick 3 positions, those will be the 5 Hot digits the other 5 that are left will be the 5 Cold digits, then look up at the next draw (above the 10 past draws that you used for the count) and take a look at the 3 digits there and see which where Hot and which Cold and then put on their pattern on their right, either MC or MH as it might be.

I hope that you all understand, because this filter has been way too much trouble to do the workout on it.

You will use the Hot-Cold patterns in exactly the same way as the High-Low and Even-Odd patterns were used before.

Good luck.

I hope that there are no questions, But just in case, Any questions ?

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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No questions from the Lootster

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Lottaloot

Good that filter needs a lot of study, it is harder to use than some others, might need software to be used better. Might maybe become a good filter if applied with the proper software, maybe you could put it into an spreadsheet, we can always go back to it later, if you are really interested.

Because the Hot-Cold filter as hard to use as it is, might be a very great help to daily game's prediction, mostly the pick 3's.

Let us move on to easier to use filters soon.

On these thread at least 2 more filters sometime later, maybe 3.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Take a look at the Hot-Cold patterns and how they repeated so much on those draws for the boxed filter, that is very very important and very good for prediction, those are Hot Hot-Cold patterns.

They could very greatly narrow down the picks to be played.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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The straight version of the filter would also be a very great help to filtering, but that one really needs proper software to be used with or a good spreadsheet workout, it is very very hard to do right by hand and takes almost forever to do without software.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Don't know if I can set up the formulas for the spreadsheet--but you know me ( I will certainly try it)

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LottaLoot

Thank you much.

now the Digit(s) Difference filter:

Michigan night draws
Sun, Dec 11, 2005 5-2-6 3 4 1
Sat, Dec 10, 2005 1-9-5 8 4 4
Fri, Dec 9, 2005 .0-3-8 3 5 8
Thu, Dec 8, 2005 .1-0-5 1 5 4
Wed, Dec 7, 2005 .8-9-8 1 1 0
Tue, Dec 6, 2005 .7-2-3 5 1 4
Mon, Dec 5, 2005 .8-4-1 4 3 7
Sun, Dec 4, 2005 .3-4-3 1 1 0
Sat, Dec 3, 2005 .3-3-0 0-3-3 as below Lthpair,Rth,Sides
Fri, Dec 2, 2005 .5-0-3 5-0=5, 0-3=3, 5-3=2

Many of those differences are hot on all positions.

On the rth position there are many repeats from 1 draw to the next, on the lth and sides few repeats from 1 draw to the next.

Many total added differences for those draws add to from 2 up to 10, 2 out of 10 are higher than 10.

Many draws have a difference of 0 or 1 in them for at least 1 of the 3 pairs.

The 4 and the 5 difference comes out a lot on the draws also.

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Now based on the The Lowest to Highest digit(s) difference or the width or length of the pick 3 combos:

Michigan night draws
Sun, Dec 11, 2005 5-2-6    4
Sat, Dec 10, 2005 1-9-5    8
Fri, Dec 9, 2005 .0-3-8    8
Thu, Dec 8, 2005 .1-0-5    5
Wed, Dec 7, 2005 .8-9-8    1
Tue, Dec 6, 2005 .7-2-3    5
Mon, Dec 5, 2005 .8-4-1    7
Sun, Dec 4, 2005 .3-4-3 3 4 1
Sat, Dec 3, 2005 .3-3-0 0 3=3
Fri, Dec 2, 2005 .5-0-3 0-5=5 lenght or width of combos.

The width or lenght of the combos changes often from 1 draw to the next, a few times is the same, some length are hot or come out more often than others, at least on those combos.

That is all for now on that.

You can also do a difference of defferences as I showed it to you before with other filters before.

Good luck, Any Questions ?

This is all now for this filter unless there are questions, other filter next, later.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Well bad news, it turns out that trying to do the Hot-Cold straight filter by hand is way too much trouble, it is too much work, needs too many past draws to do, maybe about 40 or more and anyhow, many people would have trouble understanding how to do everything needed to make it work, with the right software, it would be much easier.

So instead, I will try to show you how to use the Box or Any Order Hot-Cold filter. it is also good for straight combo filtering and very much easier to do.

You can use at least 10 past draws for getting the 5 Hottest and the 5 Coldest digits (any-order or boxed), but whatever number of past draws are used, they must always be used for the whole workout, you just keep on moving 1 draw up as you do the workout.

These would be the filter patterns for the boxed-straight Hot-Cold-Filter:

CCC = All cold

HHH = All Hot

2C1H = 2 Cold-1Hot or Mostly Cold

2H1C = 2 Hot-1Cold or Mostly Hot

----------------Or:

MC = Mostly Cold

MH = Mostly Hot

----

Well, it turns out that the Box-Straight filter is also too much trouble and also very hard to understand, maybe, by some people.

Many or most people might want to SKIP this filter altogether.

TN pick 3
CASH 3 12/11/2005 Evening 480 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/10/2005 Mid-Day 893 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/10/2005 Evening 442 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/9/2005 .Mid-Day 786 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/9/2005 .Evening 337 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/8/2005 .Mid-Day 878 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/8/2005 .Evening 283 3H0C = MH = 3 Hot + 0 Cold
CASH 3 12/7/2005 .Mid-Day 219 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/7/2005 .Evening 032 2C1H = MC
CASH 3 12/6/2005 .Mid-Day 126 2H1C = MH
CASH 3 12/6/2005 .Evening 576
CASH 3 12/5/2005 .Mid-Day 468
CASH 3 12/5/2005 .Evening 213
CASH 3 12/4/2005 .Evening 829
CASH 3 12/3/2005 .Mid-Day 623
CASH 3 12/3/2005 .Evening 184
CASH 3 12/2/2005 .Mid-Day 874
CASH 3 12/2/2005 .Evening 964
CASH 3 12/1/2005 .Mid-Day 094
CASH 3 12/1/2005 .Evening 859

Well, I tell you, doing that was a lot of trouble, big trouble.

What you do is count all the digits from 0 to 9 all 10 of them and the 5 digits that have the most counts or the ones that came out the most times on the last 10 draws, any-order in any pick 3 positions, those will be the 5 Hot digits the other 5 that are left will be the 5 Cold digits, then look up at the next draw (above the 10 past draws that you used for the count) and take a look at the 3 digits there and see which where Hot and which Cold and then put on their pattern on their right, either MC or MH as it might be.

I hope that you all understand, because this filter has been way too much trouble to do the workout on it.

You will use the Hot-Cold patterns in exactly the same way as the High-Low and Even-Odd patterns were used before.

Good luck.

I hope that there are no questions, But just in case, Any questions ?

Those who upgrade membership will find a tool here at LP to do that for them..

No need in wasting so much time looking for info that is right at their fingertips for pennies a day..

Great job with lessons.. I am still learning...  Geeh.. I will be a student forever..

OLD/Vtrac

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The straight version of the filter would also be a very great help to filtering, but that one really needs proper software to be used with or a good spreadsheet workout, it is very very hard to do right by hand and takes almost forever to do without software.

I wrote that kind of stuff, a while ago, it did not really help me alot.
Instead of naming them H or C, i just let the program calculate the position of the 3 digits in an hit-amount-array and stored it with the draw.
Example is the result for september 2005

 Date Pos1 Pos2 Pos3 09-01-2005 1 10 5 09-02-2005 5 5 6 09-03-2005 5 8 8 09-05-2005 1 5 3 09-06-2005 2 1 2 09-07-2005 10 2 5 09-08-2005 5 5 7 09-09-2005 9 2 10 09-10-2005 1 7 3 09-12-2005 2 3 4 09-13-2005 4 3 8 09-14-2005 9 1 6 09-15-2005 2 7 8 09-16-2005 4 8 8 09-17-2005 3 8 4 09-19-2005 10 5 4 09-20-2005 7 1 7 09-21-2005 4 8 6 09-22-2005 7 9 6 09-23-2005 3 4 2 09-24-2005 5 9 9 09-26-2005 2 9 6 09-27-2005 6 2 4 09-28-2005 7 9 9 09-29-2005 2 2 4 09-30-2005 3 2 9

In the end, there are as many combinations as for pick3 itself...

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The straight version of the filter would also be a very great help to filtering, but that one really needs proper software to be used with or a good spreadsheet workout, it is very very hard to do right by hand and takes almost forever to do without software.

I wrote that kind of stuff, a while ago, it did not really help me alot.
Instead of naming them H or C, i just let the program calculate the position of the 3 digits in an hit-amount-array and stored it with the draw.
Example is the result for september 2005

 Date Pos1 Pos2 Pos3 09-01-2005 1 10 5 09-02-2005 5 5 6 09-03-2005 5 8 8 09-05-2005 1 5 3 09-06-2005 2 1 2 09-07-2005 10 2 5 09-08-2005 5 5 7 09-09-2005 9 2 10 09-10-2005 1 7 3 09-12-2005 2 3 4 09-13-2005 4 3 8 09-14-2005 9 1 6 09-15-2005 2 7 8 09-16-2005 4 8 8 09-17-2005 3 8 4 09-19-2005 10 5 4 09-20-2005 7 1 7 09-21-2005 4 8 6 09-22-2005 7 9 6 09-23-2005 3 4 2 09-24-2005 5 9 9 09-26-2005 2 9 6 09-27-2005 6 2 4 09-28-2005 7 9 9 09-29-2005 2 2 4 09-30-2005 3 2 9

In the end, there are as many combinations as for pick3 itself...

Paurths

You don't understand the proper uses of my Hot-Cold filters.

No big deal, I know how to use them, they are a great help to me combined with my other filters, there is a very good reason for naming them Hot and Hot, the naming is a great part of the use itself.

No big deal to each his own.

Good luck.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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