Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 25, 2006, 2:51 pm - IP Logged

I will after all do the class, but might be a little more restricted than what I was going to give, but still good enough anyway and maybe better for beginners.

You might not be very familiar with charts and filters such as these, some maybe, but not all of them there and they are just a few of all possible filters.

These are not too old Texas Midday combos and their patterns.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 25, 2006, 3:06 pm - IP Logged

As you can see, I have the actual numbers on the left and next to them on the right I have the boxed versions from lowest to highest digits.

Then is the sums then the LDRs, then the roots, then the straight digits difference of the 3 pairs (Lth,Rth and Sides), then the digits difference of the 3 pairs of the boxed combos, then the straight High-Low patterns, then the straight Even-Odd patterns, then the Lowest-Middle-Higher pattern of the straight combos, then the High-Low pattern of the boxed combo, then the Even-Odd pattern of the boxed combo, then the Mostly High-Low+Even-Odd pattern of both the straight and boxed combo.

Remember, box filters are also straight filters, but straight filters are only for straight combos, but I am not a regular filter person, I have some tricks.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 26, 2006, 3:09 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by ccbrown33 on January 25, 2006

Thanks Lantern.....

ccbrown

You are welcomed.

First of all, boxed filtering.

I have not done any filtering in a very long time, so now it is amost as if I was just beginning all over again.

Most of my past filtering was boxed not straight and was done mostly on the 220 boxed numbers, but sometimes on the 120 boxed singles and other times on my 80 best boxed singles, I had also at times filtered numbers predicted by lottery programs and people like Libra Dave's numbers.

I predicted using a source of pick 3 numbers, I filtered out what appeared to be the less likely combos to come out on the very next draw.

I had filtered combos out from a source of them for 1 state at a time and for the very next draw only.

I had not filtered for many states and or for many future draws, just 1 state at a time and for the very next draw, from day to day draws and or for night to night draws and or for day to night draws and or for night to day draws.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 26, 2006, 3:24 am - IP Logged

Let us take a look at the chart.

The pick 3 numbers such as 199 and

677 don't repeat right away on the very next draw, this means that there most be a number of past draws that can be filtered out straight and or boxed from our source of pick 3 combos, that is 1 of the filters, the straight and or boxed past draws filter. For straight filtering you can filter very many more past draws than you can for boxed filtering.

It is a matter of statistics of percents and of how high a risk you are willing to take, it is a trade off of combos filtered per draw versus percent of number of wins and losses.

It is best determined with the use of statistical software.

You might be able to filter out up to 500 past draws for straight filtering and playing.

As for boxed ? I don't know, maybe from 20 or 30 up to whatever, statistical sofware would tell.

This is the first filtering lesson, filtering a given number of straight and or boxed past draws from out of the source of either straight and or boxed combos.

Is this understood or not ?

By the way, don't forget that boxed filters are also used for filtering of straight combos and not only boxed, I think, unless I have forgotten, it has been a long time since I used filters, we will see in due time for sure.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 26, 2006, 3:44 am - IP Logged

2nd filter, PAIRS, by position straight and by any position or boxed, it is possible that often or a certain part of the time pairs of a given number of past draws straight and or boxed can be filtered out from our source of combos, because such pairs won't repeat or come out again for a number of past draws, a certain percent of them will repeat after so many draws and other percent of them won't repeat, it depends on the number of past draws used or filtered out.

To get the statistics of straight pairs repeats after so many draws, software is needed, for boxed pair repeat statistics you can use software and or count them "By hand"

Boxed, perhaps you can filter out all the boxed pairs of the last 5 to 9 or 10 draws.

For straight maybe you can filter out all the straight pairs of the last 10 to 20 or 50 draws, you can count by hand or use software to know for sure.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 26, 2006, 3:56 am - IP Logged

3rd filter is a very minor filter as you can see, very often the last 2 draws have no more than maybe 2 digits from the next draw or from the winning number so you can box wheel them for box filtering and get either 4, 10 or 20 single boxed combos that you can filter out from your source of combos.

You will of course need a wheel that wheels single pick 3 digits into combos, boxed and or straight.

Understood ?

It is so very hard to remember all of my legion of filters, it has been so very many months since last I used even just a few of them, maybe very close to a year ?

This is all for tonight as I am very tired and have a very hard time thinking and remembering.

Maybe later today some more and then more and more.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 26, 2006, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

I can show you many filters , but that does not mean that you should use all of them all of the time, use only the minimum needed to reduce the combos just enough to an amount that you can afford to play.

Let me give again some basic pick 3 info:

1000 straight numbers of which 10 like 444 are triples, 270 like 229 are doubles or matched numbers, 720 like 194 are singles or unmatched numbers.

220 boxed numbers of which 10 are triples, 90 are doubles and 120 are singles.

Many people play mostly boxed and singles so deal only with 120 boxed singles, it is easier this way.

We can subdivide them in-to smaller groups like Evens, Odds, Evens-Odds, Highs, Lows, High-Lows, Consecutives, NonConsecutives, Sums, LDRs, Roots and others.

You can try to trap a particular kind of combo or pattern(s), or more than one of them.

You can try to predict just for 1 state and the very next draw or more more than 1 future draws like for a Week or a Month and also for more than 1 state.

A long time ago I picked some states that appeared to be good for filters at that time:

Texas, Idaho, Kansas, Lousiana, New mexico, Washington, Wisconsin, Florida, Illinois, Arizona and Tennessee

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 26, 2006, 1:59 pm - IP Logged

At 1 time this was my general basic (General purpose) boxed filter profile: Mostly for Texas.

Filter out:

Roots:LastDrawOnly

AbbrSums:LastDrawOnly (AbbrSums is the same as LDRs, just a different name, such as Short Sums also)

Sums:2ndLastDrawOnly

KeyNumbers:Last5Digits

BoxedPairs:All3PairsOfLastDraw

LineWidth:Last2DrawsOnly (Line width is the Difference from Lowest to Highest digits of a lottery number)

They would not be the only filters, but the starting general purpose "Dynamic" filters.

To be used alone or together with more filters, both "Static" and "Dynamic"

My general purpose "Static" filters are:

Line width or differences of from 3 to 7 to be used only and all other line widths filtered out from the source of combos.

Use only combos that have:

0 to 5 digits for Lowest number.

2 to 7 digits for Middle number.

4 to 9 digits for Highest number.

All other combos filter them out from your source of combos, only keep those that have the above digits patterns.

If you wanted to, you could use only consecutives as a static or semi-static filter pattern or non consecutives only in the same way, it all depends on how those patterns fare on the state or states that you play.

It all depends on what works and how well it works at a particular stretch of time for a particular state.

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Posted: January 26, 2006, 3:01 pm - IP Logged

There is more to come, but this is all for today.

You might be wondering what software to use for filtering, by hand you can do some filtering, but it is better to use, software, online and or offline, Todd's Deflate 3 and 4 can do some filtering, Crunch 2 (3) and Crunch can do some also, then there are other programs out there.

Perhaps, little by little as time goes by, Todd will update his Deflate 3 and 4 Number Reduction Systems, to include very many more filters (My filters). Also his Inspector 3 and 4 statistical systems can be improved little by little as time goes by, based on our filters statistical needs.

Tx United States Member #4570 May 4, 2004 5180 Posts Offline

Posted: January 27, 2006, 2:55 am - IP Logged

Perhaps people just need to find their own ways and this is a waste of time.

I am also questioning my motives for making all of this posts, boredom perhaps, Maybe I am trying to prove something ? I need to find something else to do, I need to put a stop to all of this, once and for all, but for good, it is senseless, I guess I am crazy.

Anyhow, what I had been doing and anybody else can also do, is use filter patterns from particular past draws as filters, include patterns and or exclude patterns, in some cases even change or transform the particular patterns according to some "Formula" the formula can be something as easy as "Fliping" and or "Reversing" and or "Mirror" and or whatever other tranforming idea(s) I might get. These things are checked for workability against a range of past draws and or against past draws' statistics.

That is all, very simple, no magic involved, no algebraic equations involved, as simple as it can be.

The filters themselves are made using some imagination. Some old filters can be melded together to make new "Compound" filters and also completely new filters made, filters can also be transformed a little, whatever, all that is involved is imagination, common sense and past draws' statistics. Experiment.