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Posted: August 23, 2006, 5:17 pm - IP Logged

Keith,

I have a Grid which I think will have good results:

GRD V01 V02 V03 V04 V05    V06 V07 V08 V09 V10
H01 056 058 067 069 078    016 018 025 027 029
H02 089 168 256 258 267    036 038 045 047 049
H03 269 278 289 368 456    126 128 146 148 236
H04 458 467 469 478 489    238 245 247 249 346
H05 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB    348 BBB BBB BBB BBB

H06 057 059 079 156 158    015 017 019 035 037
H07 167 169 178 189 257    039 125 127 129 136
H08 259 279 356 358 367    138 145 147 149 235
H09 369 378 389 457 459    237 239 345 347 349
H10 479 BBB BBB BBB BBB    BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB

B=Blank

Try some testing if you will and see what you think.

Raven

Thank you for your work. Would the BBB be what we need to fill in? Seems very intriguing.

Please let me know what would be best.

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    Fernando & Raven

    I think we have some very good ideas here. We can proceed with testing if you like. I think using these Kings of Filters charts will allow us some very good ideas.

    This is the testing that I propose:

    1. Track results as they fall within quadrants, or in the case of Fernando's grid, within the 6 sectors; also,

    2. Track results by row number (odd or even); and lastly,

    3. Track results by column number (odd or even).

     

    This will allow us to filter down our plays to the following:

    1. Once a quadrant/sector has been excluded while all other quadrants/sectors have played within recent draws, play that "missing" quadrant/sector.

    2. Since these rows should alternate, or at least hit on a 1-for-1 basis when singles play, then I propose that when an odd row or an even row number has played 3 consecutive plays, then play the opposite rows.

    3. Since these columns should alternate, or at least hit on a 1-for-1 basis when singles play, then I propose that when an odd column or an even column number has played 3 consecutive plays, then play the opposite columns.

     

    I will of course be using a progression. Whereas in the past, when singles had been out 3 consecutive draws on their own, I would be inclined to play all of them. With these filters in play, then with the quadrant method, you would be playing 30 numbers max, and with the sector method, only 20 numbers.  With rows/columns, you are looking to reduce your plays from 120 to 60. This is a considerable bankroll saver.

    The problem that many of us in the past have had have been filtering out the winner. I think with the above strategy, we will avoid a lot of those problems. I have found that I have over-filtered many cases, whereby, if I just used a simple LDR filter like these, I would be winning much more frequently.

    I hope this sounds like a good strategy for testing. If you plan to use other methods, please post them so that we can stay abreast of each other's successes.

    Best of luck!

     

    Keith

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      cps10

      Just wondering, were you thinking of releasing some spreadsheets?  Or just posting results?

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        TC

        If the spreadsheets warrant releasing, of course I will do so. For now, I will post some results, but my spreadsheets are always available to anyone who wishes to have them.

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          Fernando et al:

          Below you will find the newest version of your chart. A while back, WIN D said that in order to filter your numbers and to be able to see what is needed to play next, it should be "visual". In other words, if you can "see" what is ready to hit, then it is easier than crunching the numbers. So, you will see your chart in full color.

          Later, I will add in a "test" state - probably your home state of Texas, in the evening, so that we can make some predictions, albeit hindsight being 20/20, but this may be a breakthrough in how we start playing the numbers. I hope you enjoy it.

           

           

          Sector A1V1V2V3V4Sector A2V5V6V7V8Sector A3V9V10V11V12 
          H1019028037046H1127136145235H1389479569578H1
          H2029038047056H2128137146236H2245489579678H2
          H3039048057129H3138147156237H3246345589679H3
          H4012049058067H4139148157238H4247256346689H4
          H5013059068149H5158167239248H5257347356789H5
          Sector B1V1V2V3V4Sector B2V5V6V7V8Sector B3V9V10V11V12 
          H6014023069078H6159168249258H6267348357456H6
          H7015024079123H7169178259268H7349358367457H7
          H8016025034089H8124179269278H8359368458467H8
          H9017026035125H9134189279369H9378459468567H9
          H10018027036045H10126135234289H10379469478568H10

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            Here is the raw data. Later, I will show you how to capitalize on it.

             

            Sector A1V1V2V3V4Sector A2V5V6V7V8Sector A3V9V10V11V12 
            H1019028037046H1127136145235H1389479569578H1
            H2029038047056H2128137146236H2245489579678H2
            H3039048057129H3138147156237H3246345589679H3
            H4012049058067H4139148157238H4247256346689H4
            H5013059068149H5158167239248H5257347356789H5
            Sector B1V1V2V3V4Sector B2V5V6V7V8Sector B3V9V10V11V12 
            H6014023069078H6159168249258H6267348357456H6
            H7015024079123H7169178259268H7349358367457H7
            H8016025034089H8124179269278H8359368458467H8
            H9017026035125H9134189279369H9378459468567H9
            H10018027036045H10126135234289H10379469478568H10
            DateNumberSectorRow O/ECol O/E
            6/1/2006903A1OO
            6/2/2006796A3OE
            6/3/2006538B3OE
            6/5/2006068A1OO
            6/6/2006121------
            6/7/2006670A1EE
            6/8/2006340B1EO
            6/9/2006704A1EO
            6/10/2006488------
            6/12/2006225------
            6/13/2006824A2OE
            6/14/2006267B3EO
            6/15/2006027B1EE
            6/16/2006825B2EE
            6/17/2006047A1EO
            6/19/2006916B2OO
            6/20/2006007------
            6/21/2006072B1EE
            6/22/2006229------
            6/23/2006883------
            6/24/2006291A1OE
            6/26/2006247A3EO
            6/27/2006143B2OO
            6/28/2006148A2EE
            6/29/2006187B2OE
            6/30/2006813A2OO
            7/1/2006938A3OO
            7/3/2006782B2EE
            7/4/2006750A1OO
            7/5/2006530B1OO
            7/6/2006722------
            7/7/2006250B1EE
            7/8/2006412B2EO
            7/10/2006962B2EO
            7/11/2006538B3OE
            7/12/2006314B2OO
            7/13/2006347A3OE
            7/14/2006351B2EE
            7/15/2006267B3EO
            7/17/2006461A2EO
            7/18/2006779------
            7/19/2006347A3OE
            7/20/2006176A2OE
            7/21/2006910A1OO
            7/22/2006060------
            7/24/2006048A1OE
            7/25/2006566------
            7/26/2006920A1EO
            7/27/2006465B3EE
            7/28/2006715A2EO
            7/29/2006267B3EO
            7/31/2006408A1OE
            8/1/2006377------
            8/2/2006994------
            8/3/2006589A3OO
            8/4/2006306B1EO
            8/5/2006933------
            8/7/2006272------
            8/8/2006955------
            8/9/2006316A2OE
            8/10/2006099------
            8/11/2006501B1OO
            8/12/2006190A1OO
            8/14/2006998------
            8/15/2006162B2EO
            8/16/2006899------
            8/17/2006110------
            8/18/2006548B3EO
            8/19/2006500------
            8/21/2006343------
            8/22/2006755------
            8/23/2006998------

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              First example on how to bet to win with this example of TEXAS EVENING:

               

              Sector A1V1V2V3V4Sector A2V5V6V7V8Sector A3V9V10V11V12 
              H1019028037046H1127136145235H1389479569578H1
              H2029038047056H2128137146236H2245489579678H2
              H3039048057129H3138147156237H3246345589679H3
              H4012049058067H4139148157238H4247256346689H4
              H5013059068149H5158167239248H5257347356789H5
              Sector B1V1V2V3V4Sector B2V5V6V7V8Sector B3V9V10V11V12 
              H6014023069078H6159168249258H6267348357456H6
              H7015024079123H7169178259268H7349358367457H7
              H8016025034089H8124179269278H8359368458467H8
              H9017026035125H9134189279369H9378459468567H9
              H10018027036045H10126135234289H10379469478568H10
              DateNumberSectorRow O/ECol O/ESector$DD
              6/1/2006903A1OO
              6/2/2006796A3OE
              6/3/2006538B3OE
              6/5/2006068A1OO
              6/6/2006121------
              6/7/2006670A1EE
              6/8/2006340B1EO
              6/9/2006704A1EO
              6/10/2006488------
              6/12/2006225------
              6/13/2006824A2OE
              6/14/2006267B3EOB2
              6/15/2006027B1EEB2
              6/16/2006825B2EEB29060
              6/17/2006047A1EOA3
              6/19/2006916B2OOA3
              6/20/2006007------A3
              6/21/2006072B1EEA3
              6/22/2006229------A3
              6/23/2006883------A3
              6/24/2006291A1OEA3
              6/26/2006247A3EOA3120180
              6/27/2006143B2OOA2
              6/28/2006148A2EEA211040
              6/29/2006187B2OEB3
              6/30/2006813A2OOB3
              7/1/2006938A3OOB3
              7/3/2006782B2EEB3
              7/4/2006750A1OOB3
              7/5/2006530B1OOB3
              7/6/2006722------B3
              7/7/2006250B1EEB3
              7/8/2006412B2EOB3
              7/10/2006962B2EOB3
              7/11/2006538B3OEB3130320
              7/12/2006314B2OOA2
              7/13/2006347A3OEA2
              7/14/2006351B2EEA2
              7/15/2006267B3EOA2
              7/17/2006461A2EOA250100
              7/18/2006779------A1
              7/19/2006347A3OEA1
              7/20/2006176A2OEA1
              7/21/2006910A1OOA17080
              7/22/2006060------B1
              7/24/2006048A1OEB1
              7/25/2006566------B1
              7/26/2006920A1EOB1
              7/27/2006465B3EEB1
              7/28/2006715A2EOB1
              7/29/2006267B3EOB1
              7/31/2006408A1OEB1
              8/1/2006377------B1
              8/2/2006994------B1
              8/3/2006589A3OOB1
              8/4/2006306B1EOB170380
              8/5/2006933------B2
              8/7/2006272------B2
              8/8/2006955------B2
              8/9/2006316A2OEB2
              8/10/2006099------B2
              8/11/2006501B1OOB2
              8/12/2006190A1OOB2
              8/14/2006998------B2
              8/15/2006162B2EOB280220
              8/16/2006899------B3
              8/17/2006110------B3
              8/18/2006548B3EOB39060
              8/19/2006500------A3
              8/21/2006343------A3
              8/22/2006755------A3
              8/23/2006998------A3
              810380

               

               

              This is what I call "Sector Betting". You wait until all sectors have drawn except for one. Then you begin betting on it using my progression table. After you get a hit, then find out which of the sectors has not drawn since the others. As you can see above, on June 13, 2006, the A2 sector drew, leaving the B2 sector. Continue until it hits. On June 16, 2006, the sector hit, producing a profit of $90 (Shown in the 2nd to last column). The most money we had to lay out was $60, shown to the far right column. This is called MAX DRAWDOWN, or the most money you had to outlay in order to achieve the profit to the left of that column.

              B2

              sector as the only one not drawn. Therefore, we begin betting on the

              This exercise continues ad infinitum, or until you feel that you have locked up enough profits to sustain you for a lifetime of retirement.

              As you can see here, as we played Sectors, in the almost 3 months, we secured an $810 profit, with the most money we laid out at any one time being $380. That isn't a bad return, is it?

              Well, continue to follow this post...it will get better, I am sure.

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                Raven

                Thank you for your work. Would the BBB be what we need to fill in? Seems very intriguing.

                Please let me know what would be best.

                Keith,

                The B=Blank is a space filler to preserve chart alignment when posting.

                Same Chart (82 Combos) Ordered by Sum Last Digit:
                eoo-hll
                GRD V01 V02 V03 V04 V05 V06 V07 V08 V09 V10
                H01 019 BBB 039 BBB 149 BBB 015 BBB 017 BBB
                H02 037 BBB 129 BBB 239 BBB 349 BBB 035 BBB
                H03 127 BBB 138 BBB 347 BBB BBB BBB 125 BBB
                H04 136 BBB 147 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                H05 145 BBB 237 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                H06 235 BBB 345 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                H07 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                H08 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                eoo-hhl
                H09 389 BBB 057 BBB 059 BBB 079 BBB 189 BBB
                H10 479 BBB 156 BBB 158 BBB 169 BBB 279 BBB
                H11 BBB BBB BBB BBB 167 BBB 178 BBB 369 BBB
                H12 BBB BBB BBB BBB 257 BBB 259 BBB 378 BBB
                H13 BBB BBB BBB BBB 356 BBB 358 BBB 459 BBB
                H14 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 367 BBB BBB BBB
                H15 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 457 BBB BBB BBB
                H16 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                eeo-hll
                H17 BBB 029 BBB 049 BBB 249 BBB 016 BBB 018
                H18 BBB 038 BBB 148 BBB 348 BBB 025 BBB 027
                H19 BBB 047 BBB 238 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 036
                H20 BBB 128 BBB 247 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 045
                H21 BBB 146 BBB 346 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 126
                H22 BBB 236 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                H23 BBB 245 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                H24 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                eeo-hhl
                H25 BBB 056 BBB 058 BBB 069 BBB 089 BBB 289
                H26 BBB 489 BBB 067 BBB 078 BBB 269 BBB 469
                H27 BBB BBB BBB 256 BBB 168 BBB 278 BBB 478
                H28 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 258 BBB 368 BBB BBB
                H29 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 267 BBB 458 BBB BBB
                H30 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB 456 BBB 467 BBB BBB
                H31 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB
                H32 BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB

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                  Row betting:

                  The principle here is different, but effective:

                   

                  Sector A1V1V2V3V4Sector A2V5V6V7V8Sector A3V9V10V11V12 
                  H1019028037046H1127136145235H1389479569578H1
                  H2029038047056H2128137146236H2245489579678H2
                  H3039048057129H3138147156237H3246345589679H3
                  H4012049058067H4139148157238H4247256346689H4
                  H5013059068149H5158167239248H5257347356789H5
                  Sector B1V1V2V3V4Sector B2V5V6V7V8Sector B3V9V10V11V12 
                  H6014023069078H6159168249258H6267348357456H6
                  H7015024079123H7169178259268H7349358367457H7
                  H8016025034089H8124179269278H8359368458467H8
                  H9017026035125H9134189279369H9378459468567H9
                  H10018027036045H10126135234289H10379469478568H10
                  DateNumberSectorRow O/ECol O/ERow$DD
                  6/1/2006903A1OO
                  6/2/2006796A3OE
                  6/3/2006538B3OE
                  6/5/2006068A1OO
                  6/6/2006121------E
                  6/7/2006670A1EEE30120
                  6/8/2006340B1EO
                  6/9/2006704A1EO
                  6/10/2006488------
                  6/12/2006225------
                  6/13/2006824A2OE
                  6/14/2006267B3EO
                  6/15/2006027B1EE
                  6/16/2006825B2EE
                  6/17/2006047A1EO
                  6/19/2006916B2OOO9060
                  6/20/2006007------
                  6/21/2006072B1EE
                  6/22/2006229------
                  6/23/2006883------
                  6/24/2006291A1OE
                  6/26/2006247A3EO
                  6/27/2006143B2OO
                  6/28/2006148A2EE
                  6/29/2006187B2OE
                  6/30/2006813A2OO
                  7/1/2006938A3OO
                  7/3/2006782B2EE
                  7/4/2006750A1OO
                  7/5/2006530B1OO
                  7/6/2006722------
                  7/7/2006250B1EE
                  7/8/2006412B2EO
                  7/10/2006962B2EO
                  7/11/2006538B3OE
                  7/12/2006314B2OO
                  7/13/2006347A3OE
                  7/14/2006351B2EE
                  7/15/2006267B3EO
                  7/17/2006461A2EO
                  7/18/2006779------
                  7/19/2006347A3OE
                  7/20/2006176A2OE
                  7/21/2006910A1OO
                  7/22/2006060------
                  7/24/2006048A1OE
                  7/25/2006566------E
                  7/26/2006920A1EOE30120
                  7/27/2006465B3EE
                  7/28/2006715A2EO
                  7/29/2006267B3EO
                  7/31/2006408A1OEO9060
                  8/1/2006377------
                  8/2/2006994------
                  8/3/2006589A3OO
                  8/4/2006306B1EO
                  8/5/2006933------
                  8/7/2006272------
                  8/8/2006955------
                  8/9/2006316A2OE
                  8/10/2006099------
                  8/11/2006501B1OO
                  8/12/2006190A1OO
                  8/14/2006998------
                  8/15/2006162B2EO
                  8/16/2006899------
                  8/17/2006110------
                  8/18/2006548B3EO
                  8/19/2006500------
                  8/21/2006343------
                  8/22/2006755------
                  8/23/2006998------
                  240120

                   

                   

                  Very simple. Wait for four consecutive Odd Rows or four consecutive Even Rows, and then begin betting the opposite, using my progression. As you can see, on June 5, 2006, there were 4 consecutive Odds. So, then you would bet on Even from then on until you get a hit. On June 7, 2006, we see our first strike!

                  Using this method, you could have won $240 over this same period. And combine it with the Sector wagering, you would be ahead a cool $1,050 right now in Texas. That'll buy a lot of BBQ Beef Brisket!

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                    Thank you Raven for that explanation. That sounds terrific!!

                    I think the Alignment/Balance of these Grids is very crucial.

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                      One more thing about the Row Betting shown above.

                      You can use whichever variable works best for you. If you wish to use 4 consecutive and then bet opposite, that is good. That is what I would use. You can switch it to whatever makes your bankroll as strong as it can be. If you want to wait until there are 2 consecutives, that's fine. 3? 5? 6 or more? Whatever is best for YOU. Make it YOUR system.

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                        Also, you will see that you only had a max drawdown of $120 in the Row Betting. That means $120 was the most you would lay out to achieve a hit. And seeing as you were up $240 in this time period, you are playing with "house" money at this time.

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                          COLUMN BETTING

                           

                          The next "genre" is betting on Odd/Even columns. I use the same principle as in Row betting, however, in this particular example, I would not have had one play until recently. Aug. 19th would be the first time I could bet on columns since on Aug. 18th, there was a series of 4 straight Odds completed. So right now, tonight, I would be on my 5th bet in the progression for columns.

                          As you can see in the example, there are actually several instances when 2 is the max skip. You could probably play that pretty well too, if you wanted and make a nice quick buck. However, if you go to skips of 6 or more, you are looking at some serious bankroll trouble. For me, it's better safe than sorry.

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                            Posted: August 24, 2006, 10:26 am - IP Logged

                            Top/Bottom Betting:

                            This principle is the exact same as Row/Column betting. I use a skip of 4 consecutives before moving in for the kill. In this example, there are only 2 instances where this could occur, but they still won, with very little cash outlay.

                             

                            Sector A1V1V2V3V4Sector A2V5V6V7V8Sector A3V9V10V11V12 
                            H1019028037046H1127136145235H1389479569578H1
                            H2029038047056H2128137146236H2245489579678H2
                            H3039048057129H3138147156237H3246345589679H3
                            H4012049058067H4139148157238H4247256346689H4
                            H5013059068149H5158167239248H5257347356789H5
                            Sector B1V1V2V3V4Sector B2V5V6V7V8Sector B3V9V10V11V12 
                            H6014023069078H6159168249258H6267348357456H6
                            H7015024079123H7169178259268H7349358367457H7
                            H8016025034089H8124179269278H8359368458467H8
                            H9017026035125H9134189279369H9378459468567H9
                            H10018027036045H10126135234289H10379469478568H10
                            DateNumberSectorRow O/ECol O/ETop/Bottom$DD
                            6/1/2006903A1OO
                            6/2/2006796A3OE
                            6/3/2006538B3OE
                            6/5/2006068A1OO
                            6/6/2006121------
                            6/7/2006670A1EE
                            6/8/2006340B1EO
                            6/9/2006704A1EO
                            6/10/2006488------
                            6/12/2006225------
                            6/13/2006824A2OE
                            6/14/2006267B3EO
                            6/15/2006027B1EE
                            6/16/2006825B2EE
                            6/17/2006047A1EO
                            6/19/2006916B2OO
                            6/20/2006007------
                            6/21/2006072B1EE
                            6/22/2006229------
                            6/23/2006883------
                            6/24/2006291A1OE
                            6/26/2006247A3EO
                            6/27/2006143B2OO
                            6/28/2006148A2EE
                            6/29/2006187B2OE
                            6/30/2006813A2OO
                            7/1/2006938A3OO
                            7/3/2006782B2EE
                            7/4/2006750A1OO
                            7/5/2006530B1OO
                            7/6/2006722------
                            7/7/2006250B1EE
                            7/8/2006412B2EO
                            7/10/2006962B2EO
                            7/11/2006538B3OETop
                            7/12/2006314B2OOTop
                            7/13/2006347A3OETop60240
                            7/14/2006351B2EE
                            7/15/2006267B3EO
                            7/17/2006461A2EO
                            7/18/2006779------
                            7/19/2006347A3OE
                            7/20/2006176A2OE
                            7/21/2006910A1OO
                            7/22/2006060------Bottom
                            7/24/2006048A1OEBottom
                            7/25/2006566------Bottom
                            7/26/2006920A1EOBottom
                            7/27/2006465B3EEBottom30720
                            7/28/2006715A2EO
                            7/29/2006267B3EO
                            7/31/2006408A1OE
                            8/1/2006377------
                            8/2/2006994------
                            8/3/2006589A3OO
                            8/4/2006306B1EO
                            8/5/2006933------
                            8/7/2006272------
                            8/8/2006955------
                            8/9/2006316A2OE
                            8/10/2006099------
                            8/11/2006501B1OO
                            8/12/2006190A1OO
                            8/14/2006998------
                            8/15/2006162B2EO
                            8/16/2006899------
                            8/17/2006110------
                            8/18/2006548B3EO
                            8/19/2006500------
                            8/21/2006343------
                            8/22/2006755------
                            8/23/2006998------
                            90720

                             

                             

                            A-sectors are top and B-sectors are bottom. So when there are four consecutive A-sectors (Top), then you start betting bottom (B-sectors). As you can see here, only a $90 profit on a max drawdown of $720. Not great, but still around 12% return. Add that to the $1,050 already made using other techniques, and you have a $1,140 profit on a max outlay of $720 so far.

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                              Posted: August 24, 2006, 10:28 am - IP Logged

                              I meant to point out that the above phenomenon began occurring on July 10, 2006. That's where we started betting on the top, A-Sectors.

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