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Posted: February 8, 2007, 8:00 pm - IP Logged

LL...I have to say you are extremely optimistic, and I like that!  I've been doing the pick3/4 for about a year now.  Dabbled before.  Looking for methods, systems, etc. to the point of overload.  My last win, 2K was in October. I am always one digit off everyday, consistently.  I truly believe that FL is a hard nut to crack.  If others in FL want to start sharing info and working on a system that could work here, I would be more than happy to participate.  You're right. Maybe by teaming our talents we can come up with a system than would be profitable for us.  Not saying I want a hit everyday, want to break the bank, etc.  Just something that is occassionaly profitable.

Awwwwww,thank you,my little buddy stavros!  Embarassed

Sounds like you're game to start Team Florida!!     

Any takers?  Don't be shy!

 

P.S.  stavros,i've been meaning to talk to you about your one number off thingy. I'm sure you've thought of this but if you are consistently missing by one number are you plussing and minusing from each number so you get them covered?

Say you have 971.

Play them like this--

071

981

972

 

or minus one from each......

 

871

961

970

 

Don't know how many numbers you play but if you're playing online for .25 a pop it might be worth a few extra dollars?  Don't mind me.......just trying to help!

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    I think to work with someone both or all in the group need to be using the same system.

    Get 2 or more systems going complicates things.

    Exactly, JAP!

    Everyone would have to be on the same page. And it could be something very simple, from just getting together and comparing your list against someone else's. Discussing why you think your numbers will be showing and listen to others discuss why they think THEIR numbers will be dropping. Do they go by dates? Followers? Hot numbers,cold numbers? Even if everyone has their own "system" per se, and didn't want to share it,there's no reason you can't compile numbers,(some of which I'm sure are similiar in nature) and say,hey!!! These are what's hot in Georgia right now, or Florida right now!!! I'm sure you know what I'm saying. 

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      The problem with this idea, from my humble vantage point, is the fact that each of us is working toward the same goal but attacking from different directions.

      There are those who use V-Tracks; others use skips; some prefer patterns; a couple go with +/- 3 with "tweaking"; not a few like mystical, and I am sure there is one who shakes VooDoo dolls.

      All participants in any such gathering should use the same methods.  From what I can gather reading the various posts, there aren't two people here using the same or similiar methods, an obstacle which might turn out to be defeating.

      I for one would like to engage in an exchange of ideas but only with those who think like me.  As of this moment I don't believe there is anyone here who thinks like me (That's a good thing, folks.)  There are certainly enough Tennessee members here to form such an association.

      Any comments?

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        The problem with this idea, from my humble vantage point, is the fact that each of us is working toward the same goal but attacking from different directions.

        There are those who use V-Tracks; others use skips; some prefer patterns; a couple go with +/- 3 with "tweaking"; not a few like mystical, and I am sure there is one who shakes VooDoo dolls.

        All participants in any such gathering should use the same methods.  From what I can gather reading the various posts, there aren't two people here using the same or similiar methods, an obstacle which might turn out to be defeating.

        I for one would like to engage in an exchange of ideas but only with those who think like me.  As of this moment I don't believe there is anyone here who thinks like me (That's a good thing, folks.)  There are certainly enough Tennessee members here to form such an association.

        Any comments?

        Hi there GMG! Hope you're doing well and nice to hear from ya!

        You made some great points here. It's wonderful that you would like to share in an exchange of ideas but "only with those who think like me". Okay. Tell me, how do you think? If you're here to better your odds and win at the lottery then you think like me. I'm not trying to be smarta**y, you just got me wondering how you think and how it's "different" from what all of us are thinking. We're all here on the same forum,aren't we?

        You said that folks here are using all sorts of different methods to create numbers and no two are using the same method. I have a little problem with believing that, no offense. If we made a list of every single member here and how they come about their numbers I'm sure we'd be able to see some similarities. Do you use any certain method? If so, can you share with us what it is? I bet we could find someone who uses something close if not exact. Sometimes I feel like I've tried them all, so I'd be very surprised if it was something I've never seen or heard of before.

        I want to thank you once again for your comments! You brought up some very major points that are very important to consider if you were to partner up with someone.   

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          Hi there GMG! Hope you're doing well and nice to hear from ya!

          You made some great points here. It's wonderful that you would like to share in an exchange of ideas but "only with those who think like me". Okay. Tell me, how do you think? If you're here to better your odds and win at the lottery then you think like me. I'm not trying to be smarta**y, you just got me wondering how you think and how it's "different" from what all of us are thinking. We're all here on the same forum,aren't we?

          You said that folks here are using all sorts of different methods to create numbers and no two are using the same method. I have a little problem with believing that, no offense. If we made a list of every single member here and how they come about their numbers I'm sure we'd be able to see some similarities. Do you use any certain method? If so, can you share with us what it is? I bet we could find someone who uses something close if not exact. Sometimes I feel like I've tried them all, so I'd be very surprised if it was something I've never seen or heard of before.

          I want to thank you once again for your comments! You brought up some very major points that are very important to consider if you were to partner up with someone.   

          OK, Lottolaughs, here goes.

          If anyone thinks like me I would like to hear from them.

          I stick strictly to the P5 games and only those games that employ 39 balls +/- 3.  Over the past ten years and better I have identified 10 patterns; hot and cold, odd and even, repeats, and so on.  I keep the results of these patterns in Excel.

          My computer is programmed to run thru all 575,757 combinations.  I set each one of the ten patterns as being either true or false.  I then set my computer to running, sorting out and prnting those number sets that fit the criterion.

          On 2/7/07 there were 14 number sets that matched the winning pattern in Tennessee's Cash 5.  14 lines is something I can afford to play.  On 2/12/07 there were 133 number sets that matched the winning pattern; a total I can not afford to play.

          I am still not where I would like to be but I have strong feelings that I am on the right track.  My best effort so far has been to have 9 patterns set correctly.  Unfortunately I must have all 10 patterns set right and then be able to afford to play the results.  Usually I have between 6 and 8 patterns set right.  This will not result in a win nor will it get you 3 or 4 numbers on the same line.  My method is an all or nothing proposition.

          I am also tracking 12 other states with a P5 game using the same patterns. There is a huge difference between states when looking only at patterns. 

          My quandry now is the thought that setting 10 patterns correctly is much more difficult than picking 5 numbers from a pool of 39.  Perhaps getting all the switches set correctly is impossible.  Who knows at this point.

          So if you use patterns. let's talk.  And if you live in Tennessee, even better.

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            OK, Lottolaughs, here goes.

            If anyone thinks like me I would like to hear from them.

            I stick strictly to the P5 games and only those games that employ 39 balls +/- 3.  Over the past ten years and better I have identified 10 patterns; hot and cold, odd and even, repeats, and so on.  I keep the results of these patterns in Excel.

            My computer is programmed to run thru all 575,757 combinations.  I set each one of the ten patterns as being either true or false.  I then set my computer to running, sorting out and prnting those number sets that fit the criterion.

            On 2/7/07 there were 14 number sets that matched the winning pattern in Tennessee's Cash 5.  14 lines is something I can afford to play.  On 2/12/07 there were 133 number sets that matched the winning pattern; a total I can not afford to play.

            I am still not where I would like to be but I have strong feelings that I am on the right track.  My best effort so far has been to have 9 patterns set correctly.  Unfortunately I must have all 10 patterns set right and then be able to afford to play the results.  Usually I have between 6 and 8 patterns set right.  This will not result in a win nor will it get you 3 or 4 numbers on the same line.  My method is an all or nothing proposition.

            I am also tracking 12 other states with a P5 game using the same patterns. There is a huge difference between states when looking only at patterns. 

            My quandry now is the thought that setting 10 patterns correctly is much more difficult than picking 5 numbers from a pool of 39.  Perhaps getting all the switches set correctly is impossible.  Who knows at this point.

            So if you use patterns. let's talk.  And if you live in Tennessee, even better.

            I like your way of thinking..

            I use history patterns as well... o/e..  and grouping of numbers.  Got/Had a page for TN lotto five in the pick 5 forum.  The results brought 3 of 5.. when played..

            Another thing I do is keep marked play slips as records. Sure beats using the computer and having a lot of loose data.. With a glance you can see where the balls are falling and which pattern is getting hot so far.

            My goal is to get the 4 of 5 or  5 of 5 in 2007

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              I think to work with someone both or all in the group need to be using the same system.

              Get 2 or more systems going complicates things.

              I Agree!

              It's like on the infomercials that I see advertising different types of stock market software. It's red light, green light, indicators, etc.

              But I love it when they show a group of people sitting together using the same software & coming up with winning picks. They are using the same software, however they are also drawing on past experiences (some may be different) with certain companies.

              Hence, together use the same #s system, workout etc., however bring to light your past experiences when you see certain things happening with groups of #s.  

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                I like your way of thinking..

                I use history patterns as well... o/e..  and grouping of numbers.  Got/Had a page for TN lotto five in the pick 5 forum.  The results brought 3 of 5.. when played..

                Another thing I do is keep marked play slips as records. Sure beats using the computer and having a lot of loose data.. With a glance you can see where the balls are falling and which pattern is getting hot so far.

                My goal is to get the 4 of 5 or  5 of 5 in 2007

                Yes, tntea, I really liked your ideas on dividing the numbers into three groups.  I took that idea of yours and am tracking it after each draw.  While I have yet to see how I might incorporate that into my "research" at this time, I have no doubt the day will come when I will.  Today, I use your idea to reduce the amount of lines.  So when my program prints out 150 lines, I can reduce that down somewhat.

                I believe your idea will produce something in the not too distant future.  If I weren't so blind I would see the usefulness right now.  But I need to let that idea simmer in my mind for awhile.  I also take the o-e-o-e pattern and turn it into a binary. I translate the binary into base 10. 

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                  Strateegerie, thats what I call it. A good strateegerie is what will get you a win.  I am a firm believer in this number group set of ideas like tntea:

                   http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/144514/707593?q=passive

                  I've been talking about it for a while, stay in routine, along with your system, but in addition, also throw in some long shots, some hunches, and definitely play some regulars  and hence you have plan, a strategy.  But you can't be too rigid 'cause it'll pidgeon hole you and discourage you from continuing your basic system,  which theoretically will produce you a big winner.  Ive been off by one nuimber on all three of my pick5,6 games for 5/5 or 6/6 at least once or twice in each game each year since I started. I am not quitting until it happens, Keep at it.

                  Playing the 5/35 5/39 6/42 etc. has the limitation of having to be in the state you live in, to play.  The mult- state games are colaborated on the Jackpot forum.  I have exchanged info with mazk a couple times and we were very close on our predictions it was almost uncanny, but it takes a lot of time and lately I've been busy with work, barely having time to work on my numbers alone or yet another project.

                  Anyway LOL jarasan Sun SmileyThink Warm!  I believe you burn 5 calories a minute thinking and 1 calorie a minute watching TV,  and don't tell me if you do both you burn 6 cal. a minute.