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New Lottery Post Wheels for Pick 5?

Topic closed. 21 replies. Last post 11 years ago by CalifDude.

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Posted: January 31, 2006, 6:29 pm - IP Logged

 

You are welcome LottoVantage...glad they will be helpul for you !!

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    Posted: January 31, 2006, 9:53 pm - IP Logged

    Thank you  Todd - I look forward to the day of the workout forum.

    Also like to thank you Lucky  for the 4 if 5 of 18, 19 and 20 wheels.

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      Posted: January 31, 2006, 10:40 pm - IP Logged

      Feedback: Ran test numbers with the 4if5 of 19 wheel (without) sum reduction on Oh Rolling Cash 5, these are the results -

      (1)   4 match = $250.00

      (13) 3 match =  130.00

      (80) 2 match =     80.00

                                 $460.00 winnings

                                   345.00 cost

                                 $115.00 profit

      I like it!!!

      Good luck to all,

      Lottovantage

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        Posted: January 31, 2006, 10:51 pm - IP Logged

        Feedback: Ran test numbers with the 4if5 of 19 wheel (without) sum reduction on Oh Rolling Cash 5, these are the results -

        (1)   4 match = $250.00

        (13) 3 match =  130.00

        (80) 2 match =     80.00

                                   $460.00 winnings

                                     345.00 cost

                                   $115.00 profit

        I like it!!!

        Good luck to all,

        Lottovantage

        How did you pick the 19 numbers to play and how do you check your results? 

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          Posted: January 31, 2006, 11:36 pm - IP Logged

          Getting 4-5 of the 39 numbers in a group of 19 is lucky, the best I've done is getting 4-5 in a group of 25-26 sixty percent of the time.  Now that RC5 is almost 375K, it's a good time to give it your best shot.

           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
             
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            Posted: February 1, 2006, 1:58 am - IP Logged

            CalifDude - I created my own system for choosing the numbers over a 10 year period. The way I determine which numbers to wheel is very simple. I divide the total drawing pool into two groups, the Upper Tier Group composed of the most active numbers, and the Lower Tier Group composed of the least active numbers. I then created a method to track and record the activity of the drawn numbers, and eventually, discovered a veiled activity at work within the lottery pool. I determine which numbers to bet based on this lottery pool activity. There are disadvantages having to wheel the amount of numbers involved with this system, but recently, I have composed an expanded average sum chart I use to help filter unnecessary coverage within the wheel. The chart helps identify sum "clusters", making it possible to determine high and low sum totals to limit on the wheel. This can reduce the amount of tickets drastically without reducing the integrety of the wheel. I just keep working at it and eventually hope some of this work pays off.

            Good luck,

            LottoVantage

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              Posted: February 1, 2006, 2:42 am - IP Logged

              CalifDude - I created my own system for choosing the numbers over a 10 year period. The way I determine which numbers to wheel is very simple. I divide the total drawing pool into two groups, the Upper Tier Group composed of the most active numbers, and the Lower Tier Group composed of the least active numbers. I then created a method to track and record the activity of the drawn numbers, and eventually, discovered a veiled activity at work within the lottery pool. I determine which numbers to bet based on this lottery pool activity. There are disadvantages having to wheel the amount of numbers involved with this system, but recently, I have composed an expanded average sum chart I use to help filter unnecessary coverage within the wheel. The chart helps identify sum "clusters", making it possible to determine high and low sum totals to limit on the wheel. This can reduce the amount of tickets drastically without reducing the integrety of the wheel. I just keep working at it and eventually hope some of this work pays off.

              Good luck,

              LottoVantage

              Thank you for explaining.  I am on the right track, then.  I'm doing much the same.