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# Ohio Pick 5 Number Strategy

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1. What does "average draw line" average on? It looks like a binary split of numbers in a descending sequence.

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1. What does "average draw line" average on? It looks like a binary split of numbers in a descending sequence.

The "average draw line" is located mid range between the upper 20 numbers, and the lower 19 numbers, seperating the upper tier group from the lower tier group. The reason for it's particular discription is because it is located within the "average draw" group of numbers, (10). The "average draw" is arrived at by setting the drawing cut off at (78), exactly twice the amount of numbers within the drawing pool. Add up all the hits over a 78 draw period, (390), divide this sum by (39), (the amount of numbers in the lottery pool), and you will find that the average amount of draws equals (10). This is dead center of the total lottery pool drawing count. In order to prime the particular action of number travel that I am interested in, I have found through many months of comparison that (78) is the preferred drawing cut off point.

Best to you,

LottoVantage

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Pre/Post Adjustment Status is a Plot of Hit Frequency over 78 Draws (X) vs Number Skip over 78 Draws (Y)
Color Coding reflects Number Status (Hot, Due, Cold)

How is Number Status determined?

Post Adjustment Status for Wednesday 06/14/2006 = Pre Adjustment Status for Thursday 06/15/2006?

Raven62, good question!

Actually, the (pre adjustment) status graph dated (Wed, 06/14/06) is the (post adjustment) status graph for (Tue 06/13/06) marked up with the jackpot number ID > for numbers drawn on (Wed, 06/14/06). This provides the exact status of the jackpot numbers at the time they are drawn.

What has happened here is when I marked up the jackpot numbers, I also changed the date in preparation for the next drawing following adjustments and updates, (post adjustment) status.

To verify this, observe the (number status) in graph #1, compared to the number status in Graph #3.

I can see how this may be confusing, and will make appropriate adjustments. Thanks, good point!

Best to you,

LottoVantage

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Pre/Post Adjustment Status is a Plot of Hit Frequency over 78 Draws (X) vs Number Skip over 78 Draws (Y)
Color Coding reflects Number Status (Hot, Due, Cold)

How is Number Status determined?

Post Adjustment Status for Wednesday 06/14/2006 = Pre Adjustment Status for Thursday 06/15/2006?

Raven62, good question!

Actually, the (pre adjustment) status graph dated (Wed, 06/14/06) is the (post adjustment) status graph for (Tue 06/13/06) marked up with the jackpot number ID > for numbers drawn on (Wed, 06/14/06). This provides the exact status of the jackpot numbers at the time they are drawn.

What has happened here is when I marked up the jackpot numbers, I also changed the date in preparation for the next drawing following adjustments and updates, (post adjustment) status.

To verify this, observe the (number status) in graph #1, compared to the number status in Graph #3.

I can see how this may be confusing, and will make appropriate adjustments. Thanks, good point!

Best to you,

LottoVantage

I was thinking that Graph #1 information was used to update Graph #2 in preparation for the drawing on 06/15/2006. After the drawing on 06/15/2006 Graph #1 would be updated with the appropriate draw information from the 06/15/2006 drawing (Graph #3) and then Graph #3 would be used to update Graph #2 in preparation for the 06/16/2006 Drawing.

My other question is: How do you determine which numbers are Hot and which numbers are Cold?

Regards,
Raven

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I wish someone could beat the Palmetto Cash 5 in SC!! :)

The North Carolina Education Lottery - so much a joke that here are their mascots:

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Pre/Post Adjustment Status is a Plot of Hit Frequency over 78 Draws (X) vs Number Skip over 78 Draws (Y)
Color Coding reflects Number Status (Hot, Due, Cold)

How is Number Status determined?

Post Adjustment Status for Wednesday 06/14/2006 = Pre Adjustment Status for Thursday 06/15/2006?

Raven62, good question!

Actually, the (pre adjustment) status graph dated (Wed, 06/14/06) is the (post adjustment) status graph for (Tue 06/13/06) marked up with the jackpot number ID > for numbers drawn on (Wed, 06/14/06). This provides the exact status of the jackpot numbers at the time they are drawn.

What has happened here is when I marked up the jackpot numbers, I also changed the date in preparation for the next drawing following adjustments and updates, (post adjustment) status.

To verify this, observe the (number status) in graph #1, compared to the number status in Graph #3.

I can see how this may be confusing, and will make appropriate adjustments. Thanks, good point!

Best to you,

LottoVantage

I was thinking that Graph #1 information was used to update Graph #2 in preparation for the drawing on 06/15/2006. After the drawing on 06/15/2006 Graph #1 would be updated with the appropriate draw information from the 06/15/2006 drawing (Graph #3) and then Graph #3 would be used to update Graph #2 in preparation for the 06/16/2006 Drawing.

My other question is: How do you determine which numbers are Hot and which numbers are Cold?

Regards,
Raven

In the 5/39 matrix lotto pools, the cut off for "hot" numbers is (8) draws. 39-:-5=7.8 = 8.0 If these numbers reside in the upper 1/3 sector, they are considered "due", (green). If they reside in the lower 2/3 sector, they are considered "cold", (blue). Good question, thanks!

Best to you,

LottoVantage

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Here are some numbers that might be fun for tonights Ohio Rolling Cash 5 drawing providing the sum range for lower tier is 97 to 102, and upper tier is 97 to 105!

01-02-29-31-37

01-04-20-37-39

01-04-24-31-39

01-11-21-25-39

02-04-25-32-39

02-09-20-31-37

02-09-21-29-39

02-09-21-31-39

02-10-20-29-39

02-10-22-29-37

02-10-24-31-32

02-11-21-28-37

03-05-26-30-35

03-07-26-27-38

03-08-27-30-33

03-15-23-26-35

03-15-26-27-30

03-17-23-26-36

04-09-24-28-32

04-09-24-29-31

04-09-25-31-32

04-18-20-22-37

05-07-23-26-38

05-08-23-27-36

05-08-27-30-33

05-12-23-26-35

05-13-26-27-30

05-17-23-27-33

06-07-26-30-33

06-08-23-27-33

06-13-23-30-33

07-08-26-27-36

08-14-26-27-30

09-10-20-29-31

09-10-21-25-34

09-11-20-21-37

10-11-20-22-37

10-11-20-24-34

10-11-24-25-28

10-18-20-24-28

11-18-21-24-28

12-14-23-26-30

13-15-23-26-27

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Maybe their will be 2 from the Lower Tier and 3 from the Upper Tier in tonights drawing:

03-07-09-16-37

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The drawing was at 7:28 PM - 06 19 24 33 37

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

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Well, the lottery pool returned to dormant phase and emerged in +D mode tonight. The total sum remained at 119, and the average sum remained at 102. Still watching the lower sum totals to maintain sum balance. The lower tier didn't produce any winning tickets, and the upper tier only produced (3) two-match tickets.

06-07-26-30-33

06-08-23-27-33

06-13-23-30-33

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Trying to figure out the mode with the letters and colors. I reviewed the "lottery alert briefing",  but  am still missing something. A small example would be greatly appreciated.

RC5 mode changed to  +D. Is there a -D mode?

Are flags and modes related?

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Trying to figure out the mode with the letters and colors. I reviewed the "lottery alert briefing",  but  am still missing something. A small example would be greatly appreciated.

RC5 mode changed to  +D. Is there a -D mode?

Are flags and modes related?

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Continued...

In making graphs for RC5, I have been ordering the numbers by last occurrence within total count.

See Fig #1 below.

Your chart puts them in number sequence within total count.

The ordering  appears  to be critical for tier placement.

Would this make a critical difference for graph #2  if method is followed consistently?

Fig # 1

Ohio Cash 5  -  07/14/0006

01_02_03_04_05_06_07_08_09_10_11_12_13_14_15_16_17_18_19_20_  Lst          Tot

________________________________________________ 38____________01          17  1

__________________________________________ 16__________________04          15  2

__________________________________________ 19__________________**          15  3

_______________________________________ 36_____________________03          14  4

____________________________________ 33________________________02          13  5

____________________________________ 17________________________01          13  6

_________________________________ 03___________________________07          12  7

_________________________________ 30___________________________06          12  8

______________________________ 07______________________________15          11  9

______________________________ 24______________________________11          11  10

______________________________ 35______________________________08          11  11

______________________________ 15______________________________07          11  12

______________________________ 13______________________________07          11  13

______________________________ 12______________________________03          11  14

______________________________ 05______________________________02          11  15

______________________________ 23______________________________01          11  16

______________________________ 08______________________________**          11  17

___________________________ 27_________________________________35          10  18

___________________________ 28_________________________________10          10  19

___________________________ 37_________________________________05          10  20

============================ Average Draw Line ============================

___________________________ 31_________________________________05          10  21

___________________________ 14_________________________________03          10  22

___________________________ 06_________________________________**         10  23

________________________ 09____________________________________11          09  24

________________________ 11____________________________________05          09  25

________________________ 26____________________________________**          09  26

________________________ 04____________________________________**          09  27

_____________________ 22_______________________________________16          08  28

_____________________ 21_______________________________________13          08  29

_____________________ 18_______________________________________12          08  30

_____________________ 39_______________________________________04          08  31

_____________________ 02_______________________________________01          08  32

__________________ 20__________________________________________27          07  33

__________________ 32__________________________________________23          07  34

__________________ 01__________________________________________20          07  35

__________________ 10__________________________________________02          07  36

__________________ 34__________________________________________01          07  37

____________ 29________________________________________________09          05  38

_________ 25___________________________________________________25          04  39

01_02_03_04_05_06_07_08_09_10_11_12_13_14_15_16_17_18_19_20_  Lst          Tot

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My logical opinion is the numbers need to be ordered from most recent hit down to the oldest hit within each (total hits) grouping. This opinion is critical in group (10) because reversing the order here totally changes the Upper/Lower Tier number strings. The logical reasoning is this: Numbers are statistically ordered from top, (most hit), to bottom, (least hit). When a number hits, most often but not always, it elevates to the top of the next numerically highest (total hits) grouping. Otherwise, it elevates to the top of the grouping it currantly resides in. My opinion is it just isn't logical to order numbers any other way. However, you are entitled to order the numbers whichever way you wish in your personal endeavor at hitting a jackpot.

Best to you,

LottoVantage

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This is the statistical order I am trying to point out compared to the (standard) Ohio Rolling Cash 5 statistics chart, (black & white), illustrated above. There are (6) numbers included in the (10 total hits) grouping. If these numbers were either in numerical order,as illustrated above, or converted to reverse order,as suggested, the upper/lower tier number strings would be statistically incorrect.

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