Welcome Guest
Log In | Register )
You last visited December 10, 2016, 1:24 pm
All times shown are
Eastern Time (GMT-5:00)

hot & cold counter

Topic closed. 10 replies. Last post 10 years ago by Raven62.

Page 1 of 1
PrintE-mailLink
Lkydeb*594's avatar - yummyxmascat
Luv Vtracs 8-)

United States
Member #38062
April 23, 2006
12589 Posts
Offline
Posted: June 14, 2006, 10:41 am - IP Logged

Does anyone have the hot & cold counter link ?  I lost it due to my comp crashin!  Thank u in advance!  Lkydeb

 

    paurths's avatar - underground
    Switching between Fairfax, VA and Belgium
    Belgium
    Member #19287
    July 29, 2005
    2254 Posts
    Offline
    Posted: June 14, 2006, 10:49 am - IP Logged
      tntea's avatar - Lottery-059.jpg

      United States
      Member #5344
      June 30, 2004
      23641 Posts
      Offline
      Posted: June 14, 2006, 11:00 am - IP Logged

      They are super..  Couldn't imagine doing it all by hand again..

      Thanks Paurths..

           OLD/Vtrac   Lottery Bible         Double Warnings      Thumbs Up TN F34/F44

        Lkydeb*594's avatar - yummyxmascat
        Luv Vtracs 8-)

        United States
        Member #38062
        April 23, 2006
        12589 Posts
        Offline
        Posted: June 14, 2006, 11:03 am - IP Logged

        ty ty ty!  you are a godsend!  I love them & cannot do without!   

         

          Blackapple's avatar - nw rogue2.jpg
          Wyncote,Pa
          United States
          Member #3206
          January 3, 2004
          60746 Posts
          Offline
          Posted: June 14, 2006, 2:07 pm - IP Logged

          They are super..  Couldn't imagine doing it all by hand again..

          Thanks Paurths..

          Its FabulousParty

            Paurths

            teacake58's avatar - Lottery-012.jpg
            AL
            United States
            Member #29698
            January 5, 2006
            1141 Posts
            Offline
            Posted: June 26, 2006, 10:13 am - IP Logged

            wayy744 click on the download above pauths for counters

              Avatar
              nj
              United States
              Member #15089
              May 9, 2005
              68 Posts
              Offline
              Posted: June 26, 2006, 12:48 pm - IP Logged

              wow thanks will try

                Todd's avatar - Cylon 2.gif
                Chief Bottle Washer
                New Jersey
                United States
                Member #1
                May 31, 2000
                23275 Posts
                Online
                Posted: June 26, 2006, 1:07 pm - IP Logged

                Does anyone have the hot & cold counter link ?  I lost it due to my comp crashin!  Thank u in advance!  Lkydeb

                I'd recommend that since you're a Gold member that you should take advantage of the Inspector tool, which will give you much more than just "hot and cold", and breaks out the numbers into various categories.

                For example, if you go just "hot and cold" digits or combos, you may be completely missing high/low or odd/even patterns.

                You can also use the Deflate tools, which work well with Inspector.  These tools are pretty much "essential" to really seeing what patterns are "hiding" in a big set of numbers.  If you're not using them, you really should be.

                Moreover, it is very easy to load the Inspector (and Deflate) directly from EITHER past results or predictions posted on the predictions board.

                For results, you just click on the game name, and choose Inspector from the popup menu.

                For predictions, you go to the predictions page for whatever state you want, and select Inspector from the Prediction Tools menu in the top-right of the page.

                 

                Check the State Lottery Report Card
                What grade did your lottery earn?

                 

                Sign the Petition for True Lottery Drawings
                Help eliminate computerized drawings!

                  paurths's avatar - underground
                  Switching between Fairfax, VA and Belgium
                  Belgium
                  Member #19287
                  July 29, 2005
                  2254 Posts
                  Offline
                  Posted: June 26, 2006, 1:52 pm - IP Logged

                  Very true what Todd wrote.
                  The filters (high/low, odd/even, ...) is very powerfull data. Study and use them to your advantage, with the tools Todd mentioned.

                  Also, be carefull with only using the "hot"-digits (positional & box) as another member wrote in another thread about HotCold.
                  The logic behind this is quite simple: one (or two or so) digit(s) can fall like crazy for a few draws. This means that when you use for example the last 15 draws or so, these digits will remain in the Hottest position for quite some time, even when that digit(s) is/are growing very cold. (it takes several draws before they drop one or even two positions in the HotCold-list)
                  If you only use the hottest digits, you will end up without winning number(s) for all those draws.

                  Remember, what is hot will eventually turn cold,
                  what is cold will eventually turn hot.
                  Using the hotcold-counter might not reflect the actual hitrate for that/those digit(s).

                  greetz
                  Ricky

                    paurths's avatar - underground
                    Switching between Fairfax, VA and Belgium
                    Belgium
                    Member #19287
                    July 29, 2005
                    2254 Posts
                    Offline
                    Posted: June 26, 2006, 2:04 pm - IP Logged

                    To add some more info about tracking the digit-hitrate:

                    it might not be a bad idea to do this per week, or per 2 weeks (for your state), (go back a few months then)
                    list the digitsranking on paper (or on a texteditor/spreadsheet) on your pc and study the movement in the list of each digit.
                    Sometimes it is pretty predictable when a digit remains in last position for 2 or even 3 weeks, that it will start falling the week after.
                    Same goes for digits that switch between e.g. 5th to 3rd then again to 6th and back up to 2nd or so - position.
                    The hottest digit sometimes drops right to the last position in the ranking over a time-span of 5 to 7 draws.
                    Here's another example, for Pick4; use all draws from all states from monday through sunday. Make the ranking-list.
                    Then use the 5 top-digits to create 5 24-ways. Over the entire board, the upcoming week, you will have from 2 to 7 hits (box). One can also track these results week after week. After a slow week (2 hits or so), one can almost be certain that 4 or 5 hits will come the following week. Playing online at Betslips can provide a profit using this method. (one method is to not play on monday and tuesday, if no hit on those days, the gain will be higher than the cost if the numbers fall during the next days.)
                    --> get some edge on this by also making a rank per day for that entire week and compare the week-ranking to the daily-ranking.

                    Same goes for the HighLow / OddEven-patterns. Use the excellent tools here at LP to track those movements!
                    When used all of these tools together you might force the edge you need.

                    Greetz
                    Ricky

                      Raven62's avatar - binary
                      New Jersey
                      United States
                      Member #17843
                      June 28, 2005
                      49835 Posts
                      Offline
                      Posted: June 26, 2006, 2:38 pm - IP Logged

                      A number stack for each position gives you insight into Hot & Cold Numbers and can be used in conjunction with the Hot-Cold Counter.

                      Rank Number Last Date Hit Games Skipped Number Last Date Hit Games Skipped Number Last Date Hit Games Skipped
                      1    09    06/08/2006        17        07    05/27/2006        29        04    04/29/2006        57     
                      2    04    06/15/2006        10        00    06/01/2006        24        07    05/22/2006        34     
                      3    01    06/17/2006        8        01    06/11/2006        14        09    06/10/2006        15     
                      4    03    06/18/2006        7        05    06/16/2006        9        00    06/11/2006        14     
                      5    05    06/20/2006        5        09    06/17/2006        8        01    06/13/2006        12     
                      6    06    06/21/2006        4        06    06/19/2006        6        03    06/19/2006        6     
                      7    00    06/22/2006        3        02    06/21/2006        4        05    06/20/2006        5     
                      8    02    06/23/2006        2        03    06/22/2006        3        06    06/23/2006        2     
                      9    07    06/24/2006        1        08    06/24/2006        1        08    06/24/2006        1     
                      10    08    06/25/2006        0        04    06/25/2006        0        02    06/25/2006        0     

                      Position 1: #9 has been out 17 days
                      Position 2: #7 & #0 have been out 29 & 24 days
                      Position 3: #4 & #7 have been out 57 & 34 days