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# What is "Digital complicated value"?

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Tx
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The person who wrote the following text knows very little English, so it sounds crazy and I can't understand it at all.

If you understand this, Can you tell me what it means?

Thank you very much.

I have tried very hard to understand what it is and how to get the AC value of pick 3 numbers, but his or her explanation does not explain to me anything, that person needed to get a good translator real bad.

That AC thing is a new filter, but one that we can't use, untill we understand how to get the "AC" value of a pick 3, or any lottery numbers for that matter.

This is one of those impossible to solve riddles.

What is AC

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AC value is called  " digital complicated value "  too in fact, is an important parameter of assessing making wild with joy type lottery ticket number value.  Among the lottery ticket, mean any group all two positive number value that total amount deduct of difference, number of figure in the number in R/S (Lotto), among them R is counted for the bet number. For example: In lottery tickets of 7/35 of the types, it is 01 05 09 13 18 26 34 to electthe number, straight differen cebe tween these 7 numbers figuresis: 4(=5-1=9-5=13-9); 5(=18-13); 8=(9-1=13-5=26-18=34-26); 12(=13-1); 17(=18-1); 25(=26-1=34-9); 33(=34-1); 13(=26-13=18-5); 9(=18-9); 21(=26-5=34-13); 29(=34-5); 17(=26-9); 16(=34-18). The above has 13 pieces of different difference, namely 4 , 5, 8, 12, 17, 25, 33, 13, 9, 21, 29, 17, 16 in all, because of R =7, complicated value =13-(7-1) =7. It is 0 that AC is worth the minimum, the maximum : It is 15 hour in 7 basic numbers, 6 basic numbers are 10 at, 5 basic numbers are 6 at. The larger complicated value is, prove the more complicated the arithmetic series of the number are, the worse the regularity is, the stronger randomness is. Include the number with too many arithmetic series, its complicated value is relatively low, then the worse randomness is, chance of getting the winning number in a bond is lower too. The number all formed by arithmetic series, complicated value can be 0.
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Date....Drawings..AC.Value
1/02/2006  6 4 9 = 3
1/03/2006  9 4 3 = 3
1/04/2006  8 5 3 = 3
1/05/2006  6 8 7 = 2
1/06/2006  6 0 7 = 3
1/07/2006  8 3 7 = 3
1/09/2006  8 1 2 = 3
1/10/2006  1 1 6 = 2
1/11/2006  0 9 4 = 3
1/12/2006  6 8 9 = 3
1/13/2006  8 2 1 = 3
1/14/2006  2 6 4 = 2
1/16/2006  5 0 8 = 3
1/17/2006  8 5 7 = 3
1/18/2006  1 7 4 = 2
1/19/2006  9 8 7 = 2
1/20/2006  1 6 6 = 2
1/21/2006  3 2 6 = 3
1/23/2006  0 1 5 = 3
1/24/2006  7 8 4 = 3
1/25/2006  2 8 6 = 3
1/26/2006  1 6 8 = 3
1/27/2006  3 2 9 = 3
1/28/2006  3 6 3 = 2
1/30/2006  0 9 5 = 3
1/31/2006  5 7 7 = 2
2/01/2006  0 3 6 = 2
2/02/2006  9 3 0 = 3
2/03/2006  8 7 8 = 2
2/04/2006  5 7 6 = 2

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

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I couldn't understand it either. I wonder if it was in another language first, then someone put it through an online english translator and it came out like this. lol.

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I once spent considerable time and effort studying and rewriting sets of assembly instructions written by Orientals with English as a second language.  I've pored over this using that experience as a launchpad.  Here's what I ended up with.  I don't claim to understand the overall concept, but I think I've captured the intended meaning of the words and sentences.

Hope it helps:

What is AC

AC  value is called  " digital complicated value "

(It) is an important parameter of assessing (a) type (of) lottery ticket number value.

(Within) the lottery ticket, mean,( deduct of difference between?) any group all two positive number value(s) that total amount (of the?)  number of figure(s) in the number in R/S (Lotto),

among them R is counted for the bet number.

For example:

In lottery tickets of 7/35, it is 01, 05, 09, 13, 18, 26, 34 to elect the number,

straight difference between these 7 numbers

figures is: 4(=5-1=9-5=13-9); 5(=18-13); 8=(9-1=13-5=26-18=34-26); 12(=13-1); 17(=18-1); 25(=26-1=34-9); 33(=34-1); 13(=26-13=18-5); 9(=18-9); 21(=26-5=34-13); 29(=34-5); 17(=26-9); 16(=34-18).

The above has 13 (instances) of difference, namely:

4, 5, 8, 12, 17, 25, 33, 13, 9, 21, 29, 17, 16 in all, because of R =7, complicated value =13-(7-1) =7.

It is 0 that AC is worth the minimum, the maximum :

It is 15 hour in 7 basic numbers, (not a clue on what the ‘hour' issue might be)

6 basic numbers are 10 at (AC?), 5 basic numbers are 6 at (AC?).

The larger complicated value is, the more complicated the arithmetic series of the numbers.  (Also), the worse the regularity is, and the (greater the) randomness.

(If you consider) the number with too many arithmetic series, its complicated value is relatively low, (and the randomness becomes correspondingly greater).  The  chance of getting the winning number in a bond is also lower when that happens.

The number all formed by arithmetic series, complicated value can be 0.

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Date....Drawings..AC.Value

1/02/2006  6 4 9 = 3

1/03/2006  9 4 3 = 3

1/04/2006  8 5 3 = 3

1/05/2006  6 8 7 = 2

1/06/2006  6 0 7 = 3

1/07/2006  8 3 7 = 3

1/09/2006  8 1 2 = 3

1/10/2006  1 1 6 = 2

1/11/2006  0 9 4 = 3

1/12/2006  6 8 9 = 3

1/13/2006  8 2 1 = 3

1/14/2006  2 6 4 = 2

1/16/2006  5 0 8 = 3

1/17/2006  8 5 7 = 3

1/18/2006  1 7 4 = 2

1/19/2006  9 8 7 = 2

1/20/2006  1 6 6 = 2

1/21/2006  3 2 6 = 3

1/23/2006  0 1 5 = 3

1/24/2006  7 8 4 = 3

1/25/2006  2 8 6 = 3

1/26/2006  1 6 8 = 3

1/27/2006  3 2 9 = 3

1/28/2006  3 6 3 = 2

1/30/2006  0 9 5 = 3

1/31/2006  5 7 7 = 2

2/01/2006  0 3 6 = 2

2/02/2006  9 3 0 = 3

2/03/2006  8 7 8 = 2

2/04/2006  5 7 6 = 2

Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

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The person who wrote the following text knows very little English, so it sounds crazy and I can't understand it at all.

If you understand this, Can you tell me what it means?

Thank you very much.

I have tried very hard to understand what it is and how to get the AC value of pick 3 numbers, but his or her explanation does not explain to me anything, that person needed to get a good translator real bad.

That AC thing is a new filter, but one that we can't use, untill we understand how to get the "AC" value of a pick 3, or any lottery numbers for that matter.

This is one of those impossible to solve riddles.

What is AC

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

AC value is called  " digital complicated value "  too in fact, is an important parameter of assessing making wild with joy type lottery ticket number value.  Among the lottery ticket, mean any group all two positive number value that total amount deduct of difference, number of figure in the number in R/S (Lotto), among them R is counted for the bet number. For example: In lottery tickets of 7/35 of the types, it is 01 05 09 13 18 26 34 to electthe number, straight differen cebe tween these 7 numbers figuresis: 4(=5-1=9-5=13-9); 5(=18-13); 8=(9-1=13-5=26-18=34-26); 12(=13-1); 17(=18-1); 25(=26-1=34-9); 33(=34-1); 13(=26-13=18-5); 9(=18-9); 21(=26-5=34-13); 29(=34-5); 17(=26-9); 16(=34-18). The above has 13 pieces of different difference, namely 4 , 5, 8, 12, 17, 25, 33, 13, 9, 21, 29, 17, 16 in all, because of R =7, complicated value =13-(7-1) =7. It is 0 that AC is worth the minimum, the maximum : It is 15 hour in 7 basic numbers, 6 basic numbers are 10 at, 5 basic numbers are 6 at. The larger complicated value is, prove the more complicated the arithmetic series of the number are, the worse the regularity is, the stronger randomness is. Include the number with too many arithmetic series, its complicated value is relatively low, then the worse randomness is, chance of getting the winning number in a bond is lower too. The number all formed by arithmetic series, complicated value can be 0.
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Date....Drawings..AC.Value
1/02/2006  6 4 9 = 3
1/03/2006  9 4 3 = 3
1/04/2006  8 5 3 = 3
1/05/2006  6 8 7 = 2
1/06/2006  6 0 7 = 3
1/07/2006  8 3 7 = 3
1/09/2006  8 1 2 = 3
1/10/2006  1 1 6 = 2
1/11/2006  0 9 4 = 3
1/12/2006  6 8 9 = 3
1/13/2006  8 2 1 = 3
1/14/2006  2 6 4 = 2
1/16/2006  5 0 8 = 3
1/17/2006  8 5 7 = 3
1/18/2006  1 7 4 = 2
1/19/2006  9 8 7 = 2
1/20/2006  1 6 6 = 2
1/21/2006  3 2 6 = 3
1/23/2006  0 1 5 = 3
1/24/2006  7 8 4 = 3
1/25/2006  2 8 6 = 3
1/26/2006  1 6 8 = 3
1/27/2006  3 2 9 = 3
1/28/2006  3 6 3 = 2
1/30/2006  0 9 5 = 3
1/31/2006  5 7 7 = 2
2/01/2006  0 3 6 = 2
2/02/2006  9 3 0 = 3
2/03/2006  8 7 8 = 2
2/04/2006  5 7 6 = 2

Lantern,

I wonder if he's proposing a system that I use to predict Pick 5 (See Pick 5 category in Top Predictors Section to view my track record).

I use a system that finds the most frequently drawn additions between numbers in a Pick 5 game.

For example, let's try Minnesota's North Star Cash drawing (5/31):

Most frequently drawn additions between numbers = 5-9-2-4

So .... our first row of numbers would be: 1, 1+5=6, 6+9=15, 15+2=17, 17+4=21 = 1,6,15,17,21

Then do the same thing until you have all numbers from 1 to 31 represented.  You end up with:

1,6,15,17,21

2,7,16,18,22

3,8,17,19,23

4,9,18,20,24

5,10,19,21,25

6,11,20,22,26

7,12,21,23,27

8,13,22,24,28

9,14,23,25,29

10,15,24,26,30

11,16,25,27,31

Just a hunch at what this guy was talking about.

Good Luck,

John

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Atomic Dog:

If that's the method the person's describing, and if that's the only method you've used for your predictions it appears to be worth some trouble trying to decypher whatever might be contained in Lantern's post.

# Hot Predictors (Last 30 Days by Prize Ratio)

Member  Prize Ratio  Wagers  Winnings
1.Atomic Dog64.62%\$294\$190
2.GRRowl52.63%\$38\$20
3.chipp39.77%\$176\$70
4.bks226.33%\$4,670\$1,230
5.mswiz77722.45%\$579\$130
6.tntea20.83%\$1,008\$210
7.Rip Snorter18.12%\$2,538\$460
8.mony18.09%\$4,809\$870
9.derek717.98%\$834\$150
10.likwdy215.07%\$199\$30

Member  Prize Ratio  Wagers  Winnings
1.three bears250.00%\$4\$10
2.reddog238.09%\$63\$150
3.BLAIR1941142.85%\$7\$10
4.Rip Snorter106.80%\$57,414\$61,320
5.thewiz87.71%\$57\$50
6.coolpicks66.66%\$15\$10
7.SirMetro57.69%\$312\$180
8.Mr Puntreturn47.61%\$21\$10
9.Saleo Paleo35.84%\$2,511\$900
10.Atomic Dog34.86%\$6,827\$2,380

# Hot Predictors (Last 30 Days by Hit Ratio)

Member  Hit Ratio  Picks  Hits
1.GRRowl5.26%382
2.chipp3.97%1767
3.mswiz7772.24%57913
4.tntea2.08%1,00821
5.derek71.79%83415
6.Atomic Dog1.70%2945
7.likwdy21.50%1993
8.ScorpionPrince1.36%1,61022
9.Rip Snorter1.26%2,53832
10.mony1.22%4,80959

Member  Hit Ratio  Picks  Hits
1.three bears25.00%41
2.BLAIR194114.28%71
3.thewiz8.77%575
4.coolpicks6.66%151
5.Mr Puntreturn4.76%211
6.LuckyGa32.77%361
7.tweetietoo2.68%1865
8.The Deer Hunter2.27%441
9.takeitez2.20%1363
10.LUCKYCHICK802.11%1423

## Pick 5

Statistic  Current Month  Last Month  Current Year  Last Year  Lifetime
Picks2284361,9804,9146,894
Hits343294126
Hit Ratio1.32%0.92%1.62%1.91%1.83%
Winnings\$30\$180\$740\$1,640\$2,380
Prize Ratio13.16%41.28%37.37%33.37%34.52%

Even though you haven't fared all that well with it, there might be some facet of it all the person found that you haven't used yet.

Worth studying, anyway.

J

Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

Tx
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I couldn't understand it either. I wonder if it was in another language first, then someone put it through an online english translator and it came out like this. lol.

bellyache

You are right, it is almost for sure that it was put thru an online language translator.

I shoud had seen that myself, but didn't.

The software is:

www.lotto-lottery-software.com

That person's program is no longer for sale,

And it is off the Internet.

I only have the demo.

I guess that he or she could not sell too many copies if any at all, there is no more demos for download either, the demo has some features disabled.

The help file is no good at all.

Thank you much,

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

Tx
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I once spent considerable time and effort studying and rewriting sets of assembly instructions written by Orientals with English as a second language.  I've pored over this using that experience as a launchpad.  Here's what I ended up with.  I don't claim to understand the overall concept, but I think I've captured the intended meaning of the words and sentences.

Hope it helps:

What is AC

AC  value is called  " digital complicated value "

(It) is an important parameter of assessing (a) type (of) lottery ticket number value.

(Within) the lottery ticket, mean,( deduct of difference between?) any group all two positive number value(s) that total amount (of the?)  number of figure(s) in the number in R/S (Lotto),

among them R is counted for the bet number.

For example:

In lottery tickets of 7/35, it is 01, 05, 09, 13, 18, 26, 34 to elect the number,

straight difference between these 7 numbers

figures is: 4(=5-1=9-5=13-9); 5(=18-13); 8=(9-1=13-5=26-18=34-26); 12(=13-1); 17(=18-1); 25(=26-1=34-9); 33(=34-1); 13(=26-13=18-5); 9(=18-9); 21(=26-5=34-13); 29(=34-5); 17(=26-9); 16(=34-18).

The above has 13 (instances) of difference, namely:

4, 5, 8, 12, 17, 25, 33, 13, 9, 21, 29, 17, 16 in all, because of R =7, complicated value =13-(7-1) =7.

It is 0 that AC is worth the minimum, the maximum :

It is 15 hour in 7 basic numbers, (not a clue on what the ‘hour' issue might be)

6 basic numbers are 10 at (AC?), 5 basic numbers are 6 at (AC?).

The larger complicated value is, the more complicated the arithmetic series of the numbers.  (Also), the worse the regularity is, and the (greater the) randomness.

(If you consider) the number with too many arithmetic series, its complicated value is relatively low, (and the randomness becomes correspondingly greater).  The  chance of getting the winning number in a bond is also lower when that happens.

The number all formed by arithmetic series, complicated value can be 0.

----------------

Date....Drawings..AC.Value

1/02/2006  6 4 9 = 3

1/03/2006  9 4 3 = 3

1/04/2006  8 5 3 = 3

1/05/2006  6 8 7 = 2

1/06/2006  6 0 7 = 3

1/07/2006  8 3 7 = 3

1/09/2006  8 1 2 = 3

1/10/2006  1 1 6 = 2

1/11/2006  0 9 4 = 3

1/12/2006  6 8 9 = 3

1/13/2006  8 2 1 = 3

1/14/2006  2 6 4 = 2

1/16/2006  5 0 8 = 3

1/17/2006  8 5 7 = 3

1/18/2006  1 7 4 = 2

1/19/2006  9 8 7 = 2

1/20/2006  1 6 6 = 2

1/21/2006  3 2 6 = 3

1/23/2006  0 1 5 = 3

1/24/2006  7 8 4 = 3

1/25/2006  2 8 6 = 3

1/26/2006  1 6 8 = 3

1/27/2006  3 2 9 = 3

1/28/2006  3 6 3 = 2

1/30/2006  0 9 5 = 3

1/31/2006  5 7 7 = 2

2/01/2006  0 3 6 = 2

2/02/2006  9 3 0 = 3

2/03/2006  8 7 8 = 2

2/04/2006  5 7 6 = 2

Jack

Thanks a lot, much better, but still impossible to understand.

Thanks a lot anyway.

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

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The person who wrote the following text knows very little English, so it sounds crazy and I can't understand it at all.

If you understand this, Can you tell me what it means?

Thank you very much.

I have tried very hard to understand what it is and how to get the AC value of pick 3 numbers, but his or her explanation does not explain to me anything, that person needed to get a good translator real bad.

That AC thing is a new filter, but one that we can't use, untill we understand how to get the "AC" value of a pick 3, or any lottery numbers for that matter.

This is one of those impossible to solve riddles.

What is AC

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

AC value is called  " digital complicated value "  too in fact, is an important parameter of assessing making wild with joy type lottery ticket number value.  Among the lottery ticket, mean any group all two positive number value that total amount deduct of difference, number of figure in the number in R/S (Lotto), among them R is counted for the bet number. For example: In lottery tickets of 7/35 of the types, it is 01 05 09 13 18 26 34 to electthe number, straight differen cebe tween these 7 numbers figuresis: 4(=5-1=9-5=13-9); 5(=18-13); 8=(9-1=13-5=26-18=34-26); 12(=13-1); 17(=18-1); 25(=26-1=34-9); 33(=34-1); 13(=26-13=18-5); 9(=18-9); 21(=26-5=34-13); 29(=34-5); 17(=26-9); 16(=34-18). The above has 13 pieces of different difference, namely 4 , 5, 8, 12, 17, 25, 33, 13, 9, 21, 29, 17, 16 in all, because of R =7, complicated value =13-(7-1) =7. It is 0 that AC is worth the minimum, the maximum : It is 15 hour in 7 basic numbers, 6 basic numbers are 10 at, 5 basic numbers are 6 at. The larger complicated value is, prove the more complicated the arithmetic series of the number are, the worse the regularity is, the stronger randomness is. Include the number with too many arithmetic series, its complicated value is relatively low, then the worse randomness is, chance of getting the winning number in a bond is lower too. The number all formed by arithmetic series, complicated value can be 0.
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Date....Drawings..AC.Value
1/02/2006  6 4 9 = 3
1/03/2006  9 4 3 = 3
1/04/2006  8 5 3 = 3
1/05/2006  6 8 7 = 2
1/06/2006  6 0 7 = 3
1/07/2006  8 3 7 = 3
1/09/2006  8 1 2 = 3
1/10/2006  1 1 6 = 2
1/11/2006  0 9 4 = 3
1/12/2006  6 8 9 = 3
1/13/2006  8 2 1 = 3
1/14/2006  2 6 4 = 2
1/16/2006  5 0 8 = 3
1/17/2006  8 5 7 = 3
1/18/2006  1 7 4 = 2
1/19/2006  9 8 7 = 2
1/20/2006  1 6 6 = 2
1/21/2006  3 2 6 = 3
1/23/2006  0 1 5 = 3
1/24/2006  7 8 4 = 3
1/25/2006  2 8 6 = 3
1/26/2006  1 6 8 = 3
1/27/2006  3 2 9 = 3
1/28/2006  3 6 3 = 2
1/30/2006  0 9 5 = 3
1/31/2006  5 7 7 = 2
2/01/2006  0 3 6 = 2
2/02/2006  9 3 0 = 3
2/03/2006  8 7 8 = 2
2/04/2006  5 7 6 = 2

Lantern,

I wonder if he's proposing a system that I use to predict Pick 5 (See Pick 5 category in Top Predictors Section to view my track record).

I use a system that finds the most frequently drawn additions between numbers in a Pick 5 game.

For example, let's try Minnesota's North Star Cash drawing (5/31):

Most frequently drawn additions between numbers = 5-9-2-4

So .... our first row of numbers would be: 1, 1+5=6, 6+9=15, 15+2=17, 17+4=21 = 1,6,15,17,21

Then do the same thing until you have all numbers from 1 to 31 represented.  You end up with:

1,6,15,17,21

2,7,16,18,22

3,8,17,19,23

4,9,18,20,24

5,10,19,21,25

6,11,20,22,26

7,12,21,23,27

8,13,22,24,28

9,14,23,25,29

10,15,24,26,30

11,16,25,27,31

Just a hunch at what this guy was talking about.

Good Luck,

John

John

I might be wrong, but I don't think that it is exactly the same thing, not even close really.

Something to do with differences, Yes, but not in the same way as yours.

Thank you anyway.

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

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I once spent considerable time and effort studying and rewriting sets of assembly instructions written by Orientals with English as a second language.  I've pored over this using that experience as a launchpad.  Here's what I ended up with.  I don't claim to understand the overall concept, but I think I've captured the intended meaning of the words and sentences.

Hope it helps:

What is AC

AC  value is called  " digital complicated value "

(It) is an important parameter of assessing (a) type (of) lottery ticket number value.

(Within) the lottery ticket, mean,( deduct of difference between?) any group all two positive number value(s) that total amount (of the?)  number of figure(s) in the number in R/S (Lotto),

among them R is counted for the bet number.

For example:

In lottery tickets of 7/35, it is 01, 05, 09, 13, 18, 26, 34 to elect the number,

straight difference between these 7 numbers

figures is: 4(=5-1=9-5=13-9); 5(=18-13); 8=(9-1=13-5=26-18=34-26); 12(=13-1); 17(=18-1); 25(=26-1=34-9); 33(=34-1); 13(=26-13=18-5); 9(=18-9); 21(=26-5=34-13); 29(=34-5); 17(=26-9); 16(=34-18).

The above has 13 (instances) of difference, namely:

4, 5, 8, 12, 17, 25, 33, 13, 9, 21, 29, 17, 16 in all, because of R =7, complicated value =13-(7-1) =7.

It is 0 that AC is worth the minimum, the maximum :

It is 15 hour in 7 basic numbers, (not a clue on what the ‘hour' issue might be)

6 basic numbers are 10 at (AC?), 5 basic numbers are 6 at (AC?).

The larger complicated value is, the more complicated the arithmetic series of the numbers.  (Also), the worse the regularity is, and the (greater the) randomness.

(If you consider) the number with too many arithmetic series, its complicated value is relatively low, (and the randomness becomes correspondingly greater).  The  chance of getting the winning number in a bond is also lower when that happens.

The number all formed by arithmetic series, complicated value can be 0.

----------------

Date....Drawings..AC.Value

1/02/2006  6 4 9 = 3

1/03/2006  9 4 3 = 3

1/04/2006  8 5 3 = 3

1/05/2006  6 8 7 = 2

1/06/2006  6 0 7 = 3

1/07/2006  8 3 7 = 3

1/09/2006  8 1 2 = 3

1/10/2006  1 1 6 = 2

1/11/2006  0 9 4 = 3

1/12/2006  6 8 9 = 3

1/13/2006  8 2 1 = 3

1/14/2006  2 6 4 = 2

1/16/2006  5 0 8 = 3

1/17/2006  8 5 7 = 3

1/18/2006  1 7 4 = 2

1/19/2006  9 8 7 = 2

1/20/2006  1 6 6 = 2

1/21/2006  3 2 6 = 3

1/23/2006  0 1 5 = 3

1/24/2006  7 8 4 = 3

1/25/2006  2 8 6 = 3

1/26/2006  1 6 8 = 3

1/27/2006  3 2 9 = 3

1/28/2006  3 6 3 = 2

1/30/2006  0 9 5 = 3

1/31/2006  5 7 7 = 2

2/01/2006  0 3 6 = 2

2/02/2006  9 3 0 = 3

2/03/2006  8 7 8 = 2

2/04/2006  5 7 6 = 2

Jack

Thanks a lot, much better, but still impossible to understand.

Thanks a lot anyway.

Lantern:

You haven't said so, but evidently the program had enough merit to cause you to believe it was worth some effort trying to understand it.

Assuming that's true, I'll work on it some more and see if any sense emerges.  If it does I'll post it for you.

Jack

Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

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Atomic Dog:

If that's the method the person's describing, and if that's the only method you've used for your predictions it appears to be worth some trouble trying to decypher whatever might be contained in Lantern's post.

# Hot Predictors (Last 30 Days by Prize Ratio)

Member  Prize Ratio  Wagers  Winnings
1.Atomic Dog64.62%\$294\$190
2.GRRowl52.63%\$38\$20
3.chipp39.77%\$176\$70
4.bks226.33%\$4,670\$1,230
5.mswiz77722.45%\$579\$130
6.tntea20.83%\$1,008\$210
7.Rip Snorter18.12%\$2,538\$460
8.mony18.09%\$4,809\$870
9.derek717.98%\$834\$150
10.likwdy215.07%\$199\$30

Member  Prize Ratio  Wagers  Winnings
1.three bears250.00%\$4\$10
2.reddog238.09%\$63\$150
3.BLAIR1941142.85%\$7\$10
4.Rip Snorter106.80%\$57,414\$61,320
5.thewiz87.71%\$57\$50
6.coolpicks66.66%\$15\$10
7.SirMetro57.69%\$312\$180
8.Mr Puntreturn47.61%\$21\$10
9.Saleo Paleo35.84%\$2,511\$900
10.Atomic Dog34.86%\$6,827\$2,380

# Hot Predictors (Last 30 Days by Hit Ratio)

Member  Hit Ratio  Picks  Hits
1.GRRowl5.26%382
2.chipp3.97%1767
3.mswiz7772.24%57913
4.tntea2.08%1,00821
5.derek71.79%83415
6.Atomic Dog1.70%2945
7.likwdy21.50%1993
8.ScorpionPrince1.36%1,61022
9.Rip Snorter1.26%2,53832
10.mony1.22%4,80959

Member  Hit Ratio  Picks  Hits
1.three bears25.00%41
2.BLAIR194114.28%71
3.thewiz8.77%575
4.coolpicks6.66%151
5.Mr Puntreturn4.76%211
6.LuckyGa32.77%361
7.tweetietoo2.68%1865
8.The Deer Hunter2.27%441
9.takeitez2.20%1363
10.LUCKYCHICK802.11%1423

## Pick 5

Statistic  Current Month  Last Month  Current Year  Last Year  Lifetime
Picks2284361,9804,9146,894
Hits343294126
Hit Ratio1.32%0.92%1.62%1.91%1.83%
Winnings\$30\$180\$740\$1,640\$2,380
Prize Ratio13.16%41.28%37.37%33.37%34.52%

Even though you haven't fared all that well with it, there might be some facet of it all the person found that you haven't used yet.

Worth studying, anyway.

J

Jack

There is a very good chance that even not knowing what it is, I might still be able to use it for the pick 3 anyway, it seems as if there are only 2 AC values, either #2 or # 3, whatever they are, I only need to know the values for every one of the 1000 pick 3 numbers and I might be able to then use this filter, I might be able to find out those values.

I won't be able to use this with pick 4 nor with any other lottery game, as there is no way for me to find out the AC values of the numbers for those games.

It is not for sure either that I can use it for the pick 3, only if the AC values for the pick 3 numbers are "STATIC" that is inherent to the pick 3 numbers  themselves, regardles of anything else or of any other factors.

It might be a good filter if I can use it, but it is yet to be seen.

Jack

It is not the same as Atomic Dogs, system, at least I don't think so, I will know for sure in a few more days.

But I am off the Internet for good in just a few short days, I cancelled my Internet account, I need a break from the Lottery Post, a long break, at least 1 o 3 months, maybe longer, but the addiction to LP is very strong, so who know for how long?

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

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Lantern:

I'll work on it.  I'll try to know whether I can make any more sense of it and get it to you before you go offline.

But to do so I'm going to have to spend some time messing with whatever conclusions I draw, double-checking to see if my conclusions are in conflict with his numbers.

If I don't come up with anything more after a few hours of work I'll just let it slide into one of those niches where we file the might-have-beens.

Good luck,

Jack

Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

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I couldn't understand it either. I wonder if it was in another language first, then someone put it through an online english translator and it came out like this. lol.

bellyache

You are right, it is almost for sure that it was put thru an online language translator.

I shoud had seen that myself, but didn't.

The software is:

www.lotto-lottery-software.com

That person's program is no longer for sale,

And it is off the Internet.

I only have the demo.

I guess that he or she could not sell too many copies if any at all, there is no more demos for download either, the demo has some features disabled.

The help file is no good at all.

Thank you much,

Fernando

my friends, i think the software still available, you can dl and buy at this site

i think first release last 6 month ago. and it is hard to understand AC therefore it just like key number, or ldr (the method)

good luck

sysp34

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sysp34

You are right!
I must have an old version, a very old version, that is a new site with new versions, they have the Lottery Post link there, so that person might be a Lottery Post member.
I need to talk to the maker of the program, I need to know what AC is, I need to know all about pick 3 and pick 4 filters, all of them.
As I am the Daily games "FILTERS' PERSON" or as they say "Filters R US", That is "Filters I am"

sysp34 and jack

Then sysp34 see what you can get from that program to add to your Excel spreadsheets, maybe some charts?

You need some charts like those or some other kind for your spreadsheets.

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

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sysp34

You are right!
I must have an old version, a very old version, that is a new site with new versions, they have the Lottery Post link there, so that person might be a Lottery Post member.
I need to talk to the maker of the program, I need to know what AC is, I need to know all about pick 3 and pick 4 filters, all of them.
As I am the Daily games "FILTERS' PERSON" or as they say "Filters R US", That is "Filters I am"

Lantern and Spy:

Guess I'll not spend more time on it after all.  Likely the newer versions will have better help files and translations.

Best to you Lantern.

And gracias to you, spy, for saving me some work.

Jack

Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

Egos don't count.

Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

Tx
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Muchas Gracias Jack!

Fernando.

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

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