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Tntea, i think i am going to start a website and i was going to mention your group 1= 1-14, group 2= 15-28, group3 = 29-42...

The website is going to be free...It was for Win For LIfe and any pick6, 1-42 game..I was going to mention your 1-14, 15-28 and 29-42...I am wasn't going to mention the e/o though...I am going to pay the 500 dollars...I was going to use the: Sum total pattern that i wrote, and and something else i wrote on your: "Ready for Some PB schooling"....I was also going to put: How to beat Win4Life: Strategy" a post i posted...

I was going to mention you and mention LP too on the webpage...

Can i have your approval? Pm me...

If i am good to go i'll post what's the website here at LP...

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Tntea

One thing we might do to help determine the ooeeoo pattern is to convert the odd/even pattern to a decimal number.

If we set odd =  0 and even = 1 we can substitute the numbers for the letters.  Take the pattern

oeeooe

Substituting 0 for all the o's and 1's for all the e's we get

011001

This can be considered a binary number.  We all know how to convert binary to decimal, right?  If not, you might have a calculaor included with Windows which will do the job for you.  I have XP and I have one.  Check under "Accessories".

The above binary converts to 25 decimal.  Now the question becomes "How far back can we go before we find a repeat?"

There are a total of 32 such possible odd/even patterns.  From what I can see with my own Tennessee Cash 5 data, all 32 patterns are viable.

There might be other ways to look at possible trends and I would be interested in knowing a few more.  So if anyone would like to add their two cent's worth, feel free to do so.

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Tntea, i think i am going to start a website and i was going to mention your group 1= 1-14, group 2= 15-28, group3 = 29-42...

The website is going to be free...It was for Win For LIfe and any pick6, 1-42 game..I was going to mention your 1-14, 15-28 and 29-42...I am wasn't going to mention the e/o though...I am going to pay the 500 dollars...I was going to use the: Sum total pattern that i wrote, and and something else i wrote on your: "Ready for Some PB schooling"....I was also going to put: How to beat Win4Life: Strategy" a post i posted...

I was going to mention you and mention LP too on the webpage...

Can i have your approval? Pm me...

If i am good to go i'll post what's the website here at LP...

IMO (I said IMO), I don't think narrowing numbers down to just 3 groups is buying you much at all because that is almost a 'given', you need to narrow it down to 5 or 6.

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I studied and experimented with the o/e part and got good results...They were for pick6 but they could be applied to pick5 too...Basically if you write all the o/e that played you would notice that they don't repeat in future draws so you could say that each draw's o/e is unique...Pick6 most common o/e has 56 o/e but i don't know how many pick5 may have will have to see...But i shall soon post them on this post or on "ready for some powerball schooling" on pick6 forum...

YOu also have to understand something...YOu only need to get the e/o correct "ONCE" and that's it you won the jackpot...But i will have to find out how many possible combinations does a e/o kind has for pick6 and pick5....

But i got good results with RNg's (pick6, 1-42) not with actual draws...Perhaps with actual draws the o/e kind would repeat a bit more often, yet all you need is to get it right one time and you won the jackpot all this provided you can afford the total possible combinations each e/o kind has...

"Laura Simpson from Great Lakes, Illinois  deserves to be rich..."            "She is so rare..."

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I studied and experimented with the o/e part and got good results...They were for pick6 but they could be applied to pick5 too...Basically if you write all the o/e that played you would notice that they don't repeat in future draws so you could say that each draw's o/e is unique...Pick6 most common o/e has 56 o/e but i don't know how many pick5 may have will have to see...But i shall soon post them on this post or on "ready for some powerball schooling" on pick6 forum...

YOu also have to understand something...YOu only need to get the e/o correct "ONCE" and that's it you won the jackpot...But i will have to find out how many possible combinations does a e/o kind has for pick6 and pick5....

But i got good results with RNg's (pick6, 1-42) not with actual draws...Perhaps with actual draws the o/e kind would repeat a bit more often, yet all you need is to get it right one time and you won the jackpot all this provided you can afford the total possible combinations each e/o kind has...

"Laura Simpson from Great Lakes, Illinois  deserves to be rich..."            "She is so rare..."

That is where the problem with lie.  Too many combos...

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That is where the problem with lie.  Too many combos...

Tntea, Yeah i know that's where the problem lies, but for pick6 (1-42), out of the 56 combos that exist i was able to eliminate 33, leaving 23 left...From those 23 i got them all the time, not saying that they would not repeat but the repetition was minimal...23 was the best i could do...For pick5 the combos should be less, instead of 56 i say is more like 39, 34 or 29 but don't know...The question is how many possible combinations does each combo have...How i was able to get 23? Because i went back 56 draws and noticed that the combos wouldn't repeat that much so basically each combo was unique so every draw i would eliminate one (combo) from the list and so on...

You don't have to use all possible combos just the most common one...

And if for some reason we can't use the 23 combos because they are  too much, if we could only create a custom abbreviated wheel with the 23 combos or whatever combons we may narrow it down to, then we should be fine, but the thing is find a software that will do that..

And you only need to have it correct 1 time, it only takes 1 time to win the lottery...

Even if you have lot of repetion it only takes 1 time to match all 6 or 5 numbers to win the lottery...

"Laura Simpson from Great Lakes, Illinois deserves to be rich.."        "She is so rare..."

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I soon going to post the most common pick5 e/o (combos) here....

"Laura Simpson from Great Lakes, Illinois deserves to be rich..."      "She is so rare..."

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Ok.. ready to narrow down 5/39 to where you have a chance of winning...

Boy I am...

First thing to remember is this ...

Group 1 numbers  1-13

Group 2 numbers  14-26

Group 3 numbers  27-39

Group 1

1, 2, 3,  4,  5,  6,  7,  8,  9,  10,  11,  12 ,  13  Even  2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12  ODD 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11,13

Group 2

14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26  Even  14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26  ODD  15. 17, 19, 21, 23, 25

Group 3

27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 Even 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, ODD 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39

Now only serious players need to pay attention to this post for the rest of the story...

Ok Tntea;

Now I am a beginner in this P-5 workout sheet, so I will need alot of catching up to do.... so I understand how these groups fall in,

and as far as for the color coded ones..... what is this and why have you chosen it like this?

Maverick2842

Thank you and have a prosperous day!

Maverick2842.......out!

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Ok Tntea;

Now I am a beginner in this P-5 workout sheet, so I will need alot of catching up to do.... so I understand how these groups fall in,

and as far as for the color coded ones..... what is this and why have you chosen it like this?

Maverick2842

Ok.. the color coded was separating the odd from the even numbers.. Nothing more...

For instance if you wanted the 2oe2oe1o  you would only pick the odd number that was higher than the even number you picked in the first group.. Remember the numbers will appear from least to greatest after ticket is printed.. Hope that makes sense..

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Pick5 o/e combos (27 total)...I don't know i might be missing 2 or 3 don't know but this are the most common for pick5..I don't know how many i can eliminate yet, i will have to try later but is going to be RnG...Actual draws, may be a bit different but i believe they should follow the same rule: each draw has a unique combo and they don"t repeat for a while>  but it only takes ONE time< one time match of a combo to be a lotto winner...But the big question is: How many possible combinations does each combo has...The 5 o/e i eliminated because they don't play that often...Anyone feel free to correct me..

EEOOO                      EEEEO

EOEOO                       EEEOE

EOOEO                      EEOEE

EOOOE                       EOEEE

OOOEE                      OEEEE

OOEOE

OEOOE

OEEOO

OEOEO

EEEOO                       OOOOE

EEOEO                       OOOEO

EEOOE                       OOEOO

OOEEE                      OEOOO

EOEEO                      EOOOO

EOOEE

OEOEE

OEEEO

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Play a wheel of  2 4 6 21 23 25 35 37 39  in TN

Type..  1e2oo2oo

Choose 1 from  2  4  6

Choose 2 from  21  23 25

Choose 2 from 35  37 39

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Play a wheel of  2 4 6 21 23 25 35 37 39  in TN

Type..  1e2oo2oo

Choose 1 from  2  4  6

Choose 2 from  21  23 25

Choose 2 from 35  37 39

Tntea you lost me on that one, can you further explain please...I am really interested in knowing what you are talking about....

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I played  1 e  2 oo  2 oe

1 Even being  2, 4, 6

2 odd being  21, 23, 25

2 odd being  35. , 37,  39

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The strings I bought are

02,21,25,35,39

02,21,25,35,37

02,23,25,35,37

02,21,23,35,37

02, 23,25,35,39

02,21,23,35,37 Just notice I played this string twice.. Mistake.. oh well..

04,21,25,35,39

06,23,25,37,39

08,12,17,31,34 A quick pick..

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14-28-33-38-39  Big loser..

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