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# Study in Prediction for Jeff's "R" State.

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Tx
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LANTERN

I use a type of method for playing roulette. It is very simple and used for even money bets. I call it the ORANGE method. Basically, you check the previous six spins and classify them into O-R-L-O-R-L (meaning ORLANDO, which is in ORANGE County, Florida!), such that the spins are either:

1. O (Odd/Even)

2. R (Red/Black)

3. L (Lo/High)

4. O (Odd/Even)

5. R (Red/Black)

6. L (Lo/High)

So, for example, lets say the previous 6 spins are: 19-3-1-2-32-5

Classified, they are as follows:

19: Odd or "O"

3: Red or "R"

1: Lo or "L"

2: Even or "E"

32: Red or "R"

5: Lo or "L"

So the acronym would spell out O-R-L-E-R-L.

The opposite of this would be E-B-H-O-B-H. This is what you would play next. The first spin you play Even. If that doesn't work, then play Black next, etc.

Now, out of the 6 spins, in order for the pattern to come back out O-R-L-E-R-L, you would really have some bad luck, as this would occur only 1 in 64 occasions (1.56%).

So, in essence within 6 spins, you should have picked up a win, and using a progression, you could win money a lot within the 6 spins.

Do you think that something like this would be beneficial in filtering? Say, for instance, you have the LLH, LHH,EEO, EOO

for four consecutive drawings.

Would it be a safe thing to maybe go against the grain, and play straight, the following combos in four consecutive draws:

HHL, HLL, OOE, OEE

Or a different scenario would be all combos LESS the LLH, LHH, EEO and EOO?

Just some food for thought. This could maybe whittle down the number of choices you would have to make and perhaps get some regular winners?

I would have to carefully take my time and study your post. So I can't say anything right now, sorry.

Also take into account that I only (So far) filter out ONLY for the very next draw and not for any draws that are past the very next draw, I am not that kind of filter person. I filter only for the very next draw and only for 1 state a time.

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

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LANTERN

Yes, I am with you on that one, but what I am saying is that you filter from just ONE number, but you go against the pattern of four draws that have most recently occurred.

For instance, in SC Midday, the past four draws have been (excluding today's):

2/10/06: 0-4-8 (LLH/EEE)

2/11/06: 3-1-9 (LLH/OOO)

2/13/06: 0-9-4 (LHL/EOE)

2/14/06: 5-2-8 (HLH/OEE)

So, you would play the following for the next draws:

2/15/06: All except LLH/EEE

2/16/06: All except LLH/OOO

2/17/06: All except LHL/EOE

2/18/06: All except HLH/OEE

That way you are going against that one pattern to see what happens.

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2/15/06: 3-7-1 = LHL/OOO, so we would have had a winner today.

Now backtrack the four draws and start over.

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LottaLoot

Thank you very much, so Does that mean that their time is the same as that of the Lottery Post forum ? Which is Eastern Time ? So 1:15 here is also 1:15 on Indi ?

boy was that ever a trick quesion. indiana has two different time zones on is standard time and in one part of the state it's daylight savings time. but to try and answer your question indiana is about 3 hrs behind the east coast. 3 oclock here is 12 olclock there and some parts might be 2 oclock. I also think they moved the drawing locations to a new place so the draw time information might have changed depending on the location. Indiana is one screwed up state for sure. They cant even agree on a predetermined time zone. Some people that live on the borderline have to keep two sets of clocks and watches because on one side of the street it's 1 pm and on the other it's 2pm. Wacky!

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 Posted: February 15, 2006, 3:10 pm - IP Logged

LottaLoot

Thank you very much, so Does that mean that their time is the same as that of the Lottery Post forum ? Which is Eastern Time ? So 1:15 here is also 1:15 on Indi ?

boy was that ever a trick quesion. indiana has two different time zones on is standard time and in one part of the state it's daylight savings time. but to try and answer your question indiana is about 3 hrs behind the east coast. 3 oclock here is 12 olclock there and some parts might be 2 oclock. I also think they moved the drawing locations to a new place so the draw time information might have changed depending on the location. Indiana is one screwed up state for sure. They cant even agree on a predetermined time zone. Some people that live on the borderline have to keep two sets of clocks and watches because on one side of the street it's 1 pm and on the other it's 2pm. Wacky!

Well one way or another I will find out when their pick  3 results will come out, they might come out either 1 hour off from the time here on LP or at the same time, Thanks a lot for the info.

What do you think about the Indi Midday pick 3 prediction,  Was I LUCKY ?

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

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LANTERN - no luck, just skill! Congrats!

Tx
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LANTERN

Yes, I am with you on that one, but what I am saying is that you filter from just ONE number, but you go against the pattern of four draws that have most recently occurred.

For instance, in SC Midday, the past four draws have been (excluding today's):

2/10/06: 0-4-8 (LLH/EEE)

2/11/06: 3-1-9 (LLH/OOO)

2/13/06: 0-9-4 (LHL/EOE)

2/14/06: 5-2-8 (HLH/OEE)

So, you would play the following for the next draws:

2/15/06: All except LLH/EEE

2/16/06: All except LLH/OOO

2/17/06: All except LHL/EOE

2/18/06: All except HLH/OEE

That way you are going against that one pattern to see what happens.

cps10

Yes, you are kind of right, in this particular case, as in most cases of my filtering, I did use the patterns of the very last draw as my reference point of view for the filters' patterns that I used. But in this case I also took a quick look at all of the last 4 or 5 draws and they also served as guides for the proper use of the patterns of the very last draw. So I could produce or make the filters patterns that I would use as filters.

As to your questions about your system and or propossed new system(s) it will have to wait untill maybe sometime tomorrow.

Thanks a lot for your interest on my filter systems, you are one of the few that is really reading my filters posts.

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

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LANTERN

My pleasure. I do what I can to assist in "cracking the code".

Now, when you look at it the way I have done it, I would have used ALL combinations for the IN Midday today EXCEPT LLH/EEO

So, when 589 (HHH/OEO) came up, I would score that a VICTORY for cps10! I would have had a winner too! Now, if Jeff could utilize this without playing the actual low-paying state lottery in Indiana, then he could be a winner! :)

Best of luck tonight in Powerball!

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LOL so true on the time zone.  I can drive 10 minutes one way and pop into another time zone... drive 20 minutes the opposite direction and go back into the 1st time zone.  I just threw away my watch, since I really don't know which time it is anyway.

P.S. for Jeff - WHY did you retire to Indiana?  Even my own uncles who retired from the military purchased retirement homes across the bridge (Kentucky) since that state doesn't suck so much from their retirement checks like Indiana does.

Zoozie

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Zoozie

Probably a wise place to live (Louisville) as the Caesars casino is over there too...well, across the river in Elizabeth, IN. I actually am from there (L'ville) too, and was surprised to hear of ANYONE retiring to Indiana. The hottest retirement area now, is in my (North Carolina) mountains and beaches.

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Best place to retire is Florida - tax benefits all over the place!  Home Stead exemptions and more - with sun and beaches.  Only negative is hurricanes.  I used to go to the gambling boats that are lined up along the Ohio River and then got really, really angry at Indiana for not sinking the money into the education, like they say they do.  Yeah Right!  If so, why are Hoosiers still required to pay for "rental" school books at an average of \$100 per child?

We didn't pay for school books in Florida.  Can't wait until I can pack my bags and move South again!  :)  Only lotto I play here in Indiana is the Powerball and that is because Indiana does NOT run it.  I play the lotto online 'cause I refuse to give this state any more of my money than I have to.

Zoozie

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LANTERN

My pleasure. I do what I can to assist in "cracking the code".

Now, when you look at it the way I have done it, I would have used ALL combinations for the IN Midday today EXCEPT LLH/EEO

So, when 589 (HHH/OEO) came up, I would score that a VICTORY for cps10! I would have had a winner too! Now, if Jeff could utilize this without playing the actual low-paying state lottery in Indiana, then he could be a winner! :)

Best of luck tonight in Powerball!

I am glad that you are also able to use the filter patterns, it seems that not too many people here understand how to use filters, they can of course be used in more than one way.

Be aware that I can reveal ony so much here on public posts, due to the state lotteries. But I do what I can. Read all past filters' posts and you will understand better.

Good luck.

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

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Thanks LANTERN! Will do...we certainly appreciate all of your posts.

Zoozie - I am with you on that...that's why my online account has been set up :)

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Thank you all.

By the way, I used the ProFilter-Pick -3 program for the filtering and wheeling of those straight combos from above, Harmen (And myself and Pick 4 Master also) did a very good job with it.

It got the straight combos, Didn't it ? And the winning number in them !

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

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I forgot to say, Imagine the kind of filtering that could be done if I and all of us had the right kind of pick 3 statistics and in the proper forms.

We could then do very deep filtering for much greater combos reduction.

This is all for today.

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

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