|Posted: June 28, 2006, 3:12 am - IP Logged|
I was looking at the lottery another way, and i found a way that you could perhaps profit from Ky pick5 (cashball)..This requires you to see the numbers like pick4, but using the ending digits..This technique has 1 challenge to overcome and 1 tricky thing you must do...You have to look at the numbers according to their ending digits. Example: 3,13,23,33 they all are considered 3 or have the ending digit three. 2,12,22,32 they all are considered 2 or have ending digit 2. So if you record & convert the previous numbers that played (except for the bonus ball) you are going to have 4 numbers, all of them ending digits...Example: if 3-18-19-24 were drawn, you write them as 3-8-9-4. IF 10-23-28-32 were drawn you write them as 10-3-8-2. IF 8-20-26-27 were drawn, you write them as 8-10-6-7.. You do not convert or record the bonus balls..You can think of it as pick4 but where 10 replaces 0. The difference between pick4 (regular pick4) and this converted ending digits is that in pick4 the numbers repeat more often (at least in Rng simulations)..And the good thing is that you don't have to guess the numbers "straight" exactly the way they play, but you can guess them boxed anyway they play..Here is the trick. The challenge is, IF you can guess what are going to be the next 4 ending digits, very often, you can make a big profit...If you can guess the 4 ending digits out of the 10, then that's going to give you 16 numbers..And like how i say before 16 numbers is what you need to profit or crack the lottery. Unfortunately, i don't have access to pick4 (1-39) wheels since you can't see what lotterywheels have for pick4 (1-39) wheels. I looked at lotterywheels and they got a wheel for pick5, that requires 318 sets and guarantees 2 tickets having 4of 5. But you do not need 2, 4of 5 guarantees, you need 1, 4of 5 guarantee since cashball pays 2,000 for a 4of 4 match..I speculate that 1, 4of 5 wheels size 16 will have half of the 318 sets required for a 2, 4of 5. I say it will run you like 165 sets.
But those wheels i describe are not pick4 (1-39) wheel, they are pick5 wheels. I also speculate and believe that an abbreviated pick4 (1-39) wheel size 16, that guarantees 1 tickets having 4of 4 match will have less sets than 165 because it would be a pick4 (1-39) and not a pick5 wheel: it has one less number. But if you can not get a pick4 (1-39) wheel is fine too. If you can wheel that pick5 wheel that speculating i say it will run you about 165 sets, introduce 16 numbers and pretend you are wheeling for pick4 (1-39) and not for pick5, then you will be making big progress. All you have to do, i say, is take the right lane of the wheel and replaced it with the bonus balls, when filling out your betslips..
What's better would be if you had a fancy software that could wheel your 16 numbers(4 ending digit numbers) into an abbreviated wheel and tell the software to guarantee you 1 ticket having 4of 5 for less than 150 sets and where you could follow certain guidelines/parameters, then it will be wonderful. Why, because there are combinations that are so unlikely, i can say with confidence that 98% very likely they will not play. Example is: the combinations 3, 13, 23, 28 (four numbers) OR 1,11,25,28, with bonus ball 31 (four numbers + bonus ball) will not play. Because the ending digit number 3 and 1 appear 3 times, something unheard of in lotto games. And if you can do that, it will not only be Ky Cashball, but Texas Two-Steps. However it will not work for FL Mega money, wish it did though..If you can not afford the amount of sets, you can always do it with 2 people and divide the cost.. The tricky part of the entire thing is you must guess the 4 ending digits numbers correctly as if you were guessing pick4 (regular pick4)..If you could do that and guess those 4 numbers, repeatedly/very often then you could make a profit for ky cashball pays 2,000 for a 1, 4of 4 ticket...
Guys, you're welcome to drop ideas/input..
"Could you please be careful with that; is expensive equipment..." from movie "Swordfish..."