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Beating Ga Win 4 Life and any pick5...a strategy..

Topic closed. 1 reply. Last post 10 years ago by pumpi76.

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Honduras
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 Posted: October 18, 2006, 1:09 pm - IP Logged

What we need i believe to beat Ga's Win 4 Life is a wheel that will have as a constraint pumpi's sum total (is a post by pumpi76)...A software that will analyze the 70 previous draw total sums (or whatever number) and see the the upcoming draw of sum total will not be any of the previous 70 draws, thus eliminating the need of those 70 previous draw sum totals and leaving a few sum totals left that should come out soon ir not on the next draw...If a software can do that then create a wheel using this method as a constraint (the sum totals reduction) and what's below, then i speculate we can beat Ga's Win 4 Life (i can only speculate because i don't have that software)...Not only Win 4 life but any pick5....

A wheel whose composition is Tntea's (if you are familiear with the post by Tntea, named pick5/39 schooling) 3-2-1, 1-2-3, 2-3-1, 3-1-2, 1-3-2 and 2-1-3 going from:

Group 1 = 1-14

Group 2 = 15-28

Group 3 = 29-42

An abbreviated wheel that will guarantee something like 10 tickets with 5 of 6 [or 60 and up, 4 of 6, speculating on this one] for a reasonable prize...Why 10, 5of 6? because you can literally do it tomorrow...Also a wheel that will have as a constraint the even over odd patterns..For example you don't want to have all your numbers odd or even or 5 odds and 1 even, or 5 even and 1 odd because these types do not play very often...Also a software that takes into account the size of your wheel, whether is 25, 30, 20, etc...

Honduras
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 Posted: October 18, 2006, 6:21 pm - IP Logged

Example of Sum total constraint...For example you want the software to wheel you a wheel that will give you 10, 5 of 6 for a reasonable prize but for example you want the combination sum total to be exactly 134 total sum (or whatever group of sum total you may add)...(by that i mean whatever group of total sum constraints you may add)....

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