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TX Cash 5 predictions by Bobby

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Posted: October 5, 2006, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

October 4

A
G  5.7.8.2
#  3.4.9.6
R4 7.8.4.1

B
G  3.6.5.2
#  15.14.18.19
R4 19.18.12.13

C
V  3.4.5.10
C  6.10.4.7
S  4.5.9.3
G  7.1.10.2
#  26.27.22.21

D
V  4.1.7.6
C  1.2.3.6
S  2.7.8.6
G  7.6.1.4
#  37.32.33.36
R4 33.36.37.32

I wheeled the 16 numbers shown on the R4 line using a commercial lottery system called KILY for 10 sets.
The winning numbers were 9.15.19.31.36
I had one set with 19 and 26 for a $2 win.
Had I wheeled the 16 G numbers, I would have had 3 of the 5 numbers.

My predictions for today, Thursday are as follows:

A
G  5.7.8.2
#  5.1.4.8
R2 7.3.6.1

B
G  3.6.5.2
#  17.14.18.15
R2 19.16.10.17

C
V  3.4.5.10
C  6.10.4.7
S  4.5.9.3
G  7.1.10.2
#  26.27.22.21
R2 28.29.24.23

D
V  4.1.7.6
C  1.7.3.6
S  6.1.2.4
G  2.8.5.7
#  31.37.35.32
R2 33.31.37.34

I have wheeled the 16 numbers on the R2 line using KILY to obtain 10 sets.

An explanation of the codes and how the data was generated will be offered in due time. Please hold your questions until the appropriate time.

Thanks for your interest,

Bobby

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    Posted: October 6, 2006, 1:22 am - IP Logged

    Here are my TX Cash 5 predictions for Friday, 100606

    First, there were a couple of typos in my last post regarding predictions for 100406.
    The C group should have been:

    V  3.4.5.10
    C  6.10.4.7
    S  4.5.9.3
    G  7.1.10.2
    #  26.27.22.21
    R4 20.21.26.25

    Also, in the comments. I had 1 set with 19 and 36 for a $2 win.

    Will try to avoid future mistakes.

    Results for 100506

    Winning combination was 7.9.11.24.28

    I had 2/5 in two of the 10 combinations played for total of $4.
    If I had wheeled the 16 numbers in the # line, I would have had no wins.

    Predictions for 100606:

    ABCCD 1.11.25.27.37    R7    8.19.22.24.36
    AAABB 3.6.8.18.19       R7     1.4.6.15.16
    BBDDD 14.17.32.34.35  R7    11.14.31.33.34
    ACCDD 9.23.26.31.33    R7     7.20.23.30.32
    BCCCD 15.20.22.29.30  R7    12.26.27.29.37

    These predictions made using the second of my two schemes.
    I'm only playing 5 sets because I plan to play 10 sets in MegaMillions.
    I'm on a budget, too.

    I'm using the first of my two schemes to generate my MM numbers. I'll be wheeling
    23 numbers using the KILY system. I'll pick the MegaBalls using a special technique
    I have developed.

    I'm not going to post the MM combinations, but will give the results.

    Thanks for your interest

    Bobby

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      Posted: October 6, 2006, 2:51 am - IP Logged

      Good luck Bobby , Friday

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        Posted: October 7, 2006, 12:31 pm - IP Logged

        Here are the results of my Tx Cash 5 predictions for 10006

        I'm not going to reenter the numbers here.

        I used one of my two schemes that I call Alphanumeric Substitution.

        My analysis indicated that the winning combination would be one of the alphabetical sequences indicated.
        However, the winner is BBCCD.
        Using various methods, I came up a list of 25 numbers. I needed 5 As, 6 Bs, 7 Cs and 7 Ds.
        I had 5 of the 5 winning numbers, but only 2 were in the same combination, giving me a $2 win.

        Another day, another draw, another opportunity.

        My predictions for 100706:

        A  (H.M.M.L)
        V  4.6.7.2
        C  1.9.3.7
        S  7.1.3.9
        G  3.2.8.1
        #  8.7.4.9
        R8  7.6.3.8

        B  (H.H.M.L)
        V  7.8.4.5
        C  8.3.5.6
        S  4.7.6.3
        G  3.8.5.10
        #  19.13.17.12
        R8  17.11.15.10

        C  (H.M.L.VL)
        V  5.3.2.6
        C  6.9.7.4
        S  9.6.1.2
        G  10.2.8.6
        #  22.20.23.21
        R8 20.28.21.29

        D  (H.M.L.L)
        S  4.3.7.2
        G  4.5.2.8
        #  30.35.31.37
        R8 30.35.31.37

        I'm  going to wheel the 16 numbers on the R8 line for 10 combinations using the free LS2004 system I found on the internet. When I use KILY, the combinations are automatically checked to eliminate the chances of my playing a 5/5 combination that has already come up (they don't repeat).
        Using LS2004, I have to go to the TX lottery website and check the combinations myself.

        Thanks for your interest,

        Bobby

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          Posted: October 8, 2006, 1:55 pm - IP Logged

          Here are the results of my Tx Cash 5 predictions for 10006

          I'm not going to reenter the numbers here.

          I used one of my two schemes that I call Alphanumeric Substitution.

          My analysis indicated that the winning combination would be one of the alphabetical sequences indicated.
          However, the winner is BBCCD.
          Using various methods, I came up a list of 25 numbers. I needed 5 As, 6 Bs, 7 Cs and 7 Ds.
          I had 5 of the 5 winning numbers, but only 2 were in the same combination, giving me a $2 win.

          Another day, another draw, another opportunity.

          My predictions for 100706:

          A  (H.M.M.L)
          V  4.6.7.2
          C  1.9.3.7
          S  7.1.3.9
          G  3.2.8.1
          #  8.7.4.9
          R8  7.6.3.8

          B  (H.H.M.L)
          V  7.8.4.5
          C  8.3.5.6
          S  4.7.6.3
          G  3.8.5.10
          #  19.13.17.12
          R8  17.11.15.10

          C  (H.M.L.VL)
          V  5.3.2.6
          C  6.9.7.4
          S  9.6.1.2
          G  10.2.8.6
          #  22.20.23.21
          R8 20.28.21.29

          D  (H.M.L.L)
          S  4.3.7.2
          G  4.5.2.8
          #  30.35.31.37
          R8 30.35.31.37

          I'm  going to wheel the 16 numbers on the R8 line for 10 combinations using the free LS2004 system I found on the internet. When I use KILY, the combinations are automatically checked to eliminate the chances of my playing a 5/5 combination that has already come up (they don't repeat).
          Using LS2004, I have to go to the TX lottery website and check the combinations myself.

          Thanks for your interest,

          Bobby

          The winning combination for 100706 was 21.27.31.32.37.

          I played 10 sets using selections on the R8 line. This produced 1 3/5 win for $11, and 1 2/5 win
          for $2, or, $13 total.

          I'm going to continue posting my selections next week.
          I think there is enough interest  for me to explain my strategies. I have a lot on my plate
          this week (medical appointments) and won't have lot of free time.

          In meantime, if you are interested, you need to obtain some supplies. The Mead graph notebook you
          can get at Office Depot, 6 hard lead colored pencils. some #2 pencils and at least  7 hard paper file folders.
          Wal Mart has graph notebook which is useful. Main thing is that you get graph paper with large cell on one side, small cell on the reverse.

          You will need to plan on spending a couple hours of time each day for several days. You will be building a data base that has to be accurate in all respects. 


          Thanks for your interest.

          Bobby

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            Posted: October 8, 2006, 9:06 pm - IP Logged

            Bobby, Bobby, Bobby;

            So much time and work for so little payoff...I'm interested in playing cash 5, but I have not been logging the nubmers every night and don't know where to start.  I have to admit I'm a little intimidated by your talk of "graphs, and ledgers and data base". 

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              Posted: October 8, 2006, 11:00 pm - IP Logged

              Anything worth doing is worth doing right. You can't really play the lottery without having some sort of consistent plan. Mine seems to be working for me. I think it will work for others, too. 

              The graph is graph paper on which data is organized. A lot of work is required to begin, but is easy to maintain.

              Organizing data, using it to make predictions is much more fun than just relying on quick picks.

              Stay tuned. You might be surprised to learn that my system is a piece of cake.

              Thanks for your interest.

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                Posted: October 9, 2006, 12:26 am - IP Logged

                Here are my Texas Cash 5 predictions for 100906

                A
                S  3.4.9.8
                G  8.7.1.6
                #  4.1.9.3
                R5 9.6.5.8

                B
                C  2.4.8.9
                S  10.1.4.2
                G  4.7.3.1
                #  15.18.19.14
                R5 10.13.14.19

                C
                V  5.4.1.6
                C  6.2.5.10
                S  3.2.6.5
                G  4.8.7.2
                #  20.25.29.21
                R5 25.20.24.26

                D
                G  4.5.6.8
                #  36.33.30.34
                R5 33.30.35.31

                I'm going to wheel the 16 numbers on the R5 line for 10 sets using LS2004.

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                  Posted: October 10, 2006, 10:46 am - IP Logged

                   

                   

                  Here are the results for my Tx Cash 5 predictions for 1009:

                  On the R5 line I had 1/5: No wins.

                  If I had used the # line, I would have had 3/5.

                  While I didn't win, I think the results once gain prove that my
                  gap strategy has merit. I plan to continue to use it.

                  Will post my 1010 predictions later in another post.

                  Thanks for your interest,

                  Bobby

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                    Posted: October 10, 2006, 12:25 pm - IP Logged

                     

                    Here are my Tx Cash 5 predictions for 1010, using the Gap Strategy I've been explaining
                    in another threat.

                    A

                    S 3.4.9.8

                    G 4.8.1.6

                    # 8.4.5.3

                    R7 6.2.3.1

                    B

                    H 2.4.8.9

                    S 6.5.4.2

                    G 3.1.7.5

                    # 12.18.17.11

                    R7 19.15.14.18

                    C

                    V 5.4.1.6

                    H 6.2.5.10

                    S 3.1.7.5

                    G 8.7.1.3

                    # 23.24.29.21

                    R7 20.21.26.28

                    D

                    G 4.5.6.8

                    # 36.33.30.34

                    R7 35.32.37.33

                    I'm wheeling these 16 numbers for 10 sets using LS2004, overlap 2, filters Off

                    Some of you may be wondering what the R numbers are. I'll explain them in a later post.

                    Thanks for your interest,

                    Bobby

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                      Posted: October 14, 2006, 1:51 pm - IP Logged

                      "Know thyself"

                      I've been using 'organized guesswork' to pick my lottery numbers for a long time. I keep a record of my wins and losses.

                      Needless to say, the loss file is lot longer the than win one!

                      Every now and then, I take a close look at my choices and certain trends come to light. In many instances, I noted that I would have won had I  added or substracted one, two, or more.

                      I finally realized, and accepted, that my 'initial' choices would probably be the wrong ones.

                      To compensate, I more or less decided that regardless of what numbers I generated, using my gap strategy, I needed to in corporate an additional step.

                      Thus, the 'Rx' line in the predictions I've posted here recently.

                      I could have closed my eyes, used the date, took Monday, multiplied by Tuesday and subtracted Thursday to come up  with a 'R' number, but I decided to be a little more objective.

                      What I do, and I don't always use an R number, I determine the Sum of the last winning combination and use the Root as my R number.

                      For example, if the sum of the numbers is 78, the Root is 6, using lottery math. (7+8=15, 1+5=6)
                      I then add 6 to all, or some, of my choices.

                      My analysis often tells me that I'm pretty good selecting the As, Bs and Ds, but very bad with the Cs.

                      I, of course, accept whatever numbers are derived. This has improved my winning percentage greatly. But. at the same time, I sometimes convert winners to losers.

                      But, that what the playing the lottery is all about - winning and losing.

                      I'm confident that one of these days, an R number is going to make a big difference!!

                      As an aside, in some of my earlier predictions, I had a gap column headed with C. To avoid the possibility of confusion with the C numbers, I changed C to H.

                      Thanks for your interest,

                      Bobby

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                        Posted: October 19, 2006, 4:23 pm - IP Logged

                        FYI

                        The predictions here were posted to demonstrate that the Workup for Pick 5, 5+ and 6 lotteries has merit.

                        Several players have indicated that while my 'gap strategy' requires a lot of work to set up, it provides a systematic means

                        for selecting lottery numbers.

                        The gap strategy doesn't have any 'easy buttons" and does not provide specific predictions. Rather, players who follow the guidelines end up having easily understood sets of data streams from which they make their own selections.

                        Good luck!

                        Bobby