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# Ohio Pick 5 Number Strategy

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Southeastern Ohio
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Observing the (ALERT) may assist in wagering, or not wagering bets. The two (numerical order strings of numbers) (Upper/Lower Tier) are the active number strings to consider for the next drawing. Further information explaining how these numbers are derived at is available on the LottoVantage Blog.

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Although I don't play Ohio games LottoVantage, I must say I am impressed with your charts and blog. Keep up the great work!

Dance like no one is watching.

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Thank you, bellyache! I definitely do appreciate your most welcome compliments!

Best to you,

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Now that RC5 jackpot is \$317K, your chart will probably get more looks.  Good luck if you play tomorrow.  I played and posted 10 lines today but as I discovered after the drawing, I posted them under Ohio Lot'O Play.  I'll have to be more alert in the future.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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The lottery pool remained in dormant phase Thursday but did shift to +D mode. This is a mild alert that is favorable for moderate or no wagering. Some explanation here is necessary... the difference between -C and +D mode, (MEDIAN MATRIX), is during the past 36 draw study, +D missed more 4 and 5 matrix possibilities than -C did. These results indicate that -C mode is the least likely mode to shift from dormant phase to chaotic phase the very next drawing. Since +D mode history indicates more missed 4 and 5 matrix possibilities, it is favorable that a change from dormant to chaotic phase is more likely to occur while in +D mode than in -C mode.

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The lottery pool returned to chaotic phase Friday! This phase is favorable for wagering bets.

As previously stated, "Since +D mode history indicates more missed 4 and 5 matrix possibilities, it is favorable that a change from dormant to chaotic phase is more likely to occur while in +D mode than in -C mode". This is what has just occurred!

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 Posted: July 1, 2006, 3:01 pm - IP Logged

With a \$397K jackpot, it not likely to roll again.

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The lottery pool returned to dormant phase Saturday and emerged in -C mode. This mode is unfavorable for wagering bets.

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The recommended strategy for reducing large fields of numbers down to a manageable and affordable size is through accurate sum reduction. The StatPath 5 extended sum graph is another tool constructed especially for this purpose. This special tool implements improved visual tracking of previous sum totals, and drastically improves the ability to more accurately predict future sum totals.

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The Ohio Rolling Cash 5 lottery pool returned to chaotic phase this evening! This phase is considered favorable for wagering bets on Tuesday utilizing the StatPath 5 Lotto System.

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The total sum for this evening, Monday 07/03/06, was 126. There is a recent (sum cluster) at the 88 - 106 parameter. The chaotic phase has been quite active at and near this parameter over the past eight draws. This may be a strategic fact to consider in utilizing sum reduction for tomorrows numbers.

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The total sum for this evening Tuesday, 07/04/06, was 120. The sum element moved towards the recent (sum cluster) at the 88 - 106 parameter, but didn't quite get there. The chaotic phase remains quite active and continues towards this parameter. This continues to be of strategic significance in considering sum reductions for tomorrows numbers.

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The Ohio Rolling Cash 5 lottery pool remained in chaotic phase this evening, Tuesday, 07/04/06! This phase continues to be favorable for wagering bets on Wednesday utilizing the StatPath 5 Lotto System.

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The total sum for this evening, Wed 07/05/06, was 86. The recent (sum cluster) mentioned in the previous thread of 88 - 106 was missed by only two elements! Unfortunately, the lottery pool returned to dormant phase, -C mode, and no more than a three match would have been possible, (lower tier), utilizing the StatPath 5 system.

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The lottery pool returned to dormant phase Wednesday, 07/05/06, and emerged in -C mode. This mode is unfavorable for wagering bets based on the previous (36) draw history.

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