1. Take a regular statistics chart for your lottery. At mid range draw a line across the page. Watch where the numbers are appearing, (top, bottom, top), etc., from draw to draw for a period of time. You will see on a regular basis that the majority of numbers will appear at the top or bottom of the page, then, the very next drawing the majority, (not necessarily the same numbers), will either reappear in the same tier group, or the direct opposite tier group from where they appeared the previous drawing. This is the only thing you are tracking! The upper tier is the top half of the page, the lower tier is the bottom half of the page. Remember, the top half of the page is the numbers listed which have hit the most over a given period of time, organized downward to the numbers which have hit the least.
2. The anomaly is this: (Chaotic phase); On a regular basis, when a majority of the numbers, (4/5), appears in one tier group, (top or bottom), then the very next drawing, there will be, (4/5), numbers, (not necessarily the same numbers), appearing in either the same tier group, or the direct opposite tier group, that's it!
3. (Dormant phase); A majority of the time, the numbers will appear 2/3, 3/2. This is the period, (dormant phase), that is favorable for moderate or no wagering, or, unfavorable for wagering of bets. What determines the slight difference here? A (36) draw study compares matrix's, and determines which (median matrix) has missed the most 4/5 (radical matrix) draws and the matrix that has missed the least 4/5 (radical matrix) draws. The (median matrix) with the least amount of misses is then applied to the next (36) draw period. This study and application is critical in accomplishing the most preferred alert, (favorable/unfavorable), in turn, trying to accomplish the most in economical/profitable wagering alerts utilizing the StatPath 5 Lotto System.
It's not complicated. Once it's pictured in your mind what it is you are tracking and apply it to the (#2 graph), it becomes very simple. The (half bell graph #1/#3) is the statistical (chart) previously mentioned, (above). The (average draw line) is the line drawn across the page as previuosly mentioned dividing the upper tier/lower tier groups of numbers. The #2 graph is the transfer of the numbers, in their exact location, (upper tier/ lower tier) from (half bell graph #1). Look at it like this, the #2 graph is a consolidation of (36) (half bell #1 graph's), creating the statistical "path" appropriately named The StatPath 5 Lotto System. The (#3 half bell graph) gives you the position of the numbers following all statistical adjustments. This produces the two lines of numbers, (Upper Tier and Lower Tier), that are available to wheel for the next drawing.
All of this information was available by looking and familiarizing one's self a bit on my blog. It took a bit of studying, but everything was there. Only one person ever posted anything asking for help.
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PadawanLotto's testing Expert Lotto on the predictions page and reporting the rusults on the Expert Lotto thread on this forum. You can look at his prediction statistics and his comments on the thread to get a better bead on whether that's the right tool for you.
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