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From the last 2 posts, those 20 draws were not enough to see the long term movement of those new stats, also many people might have no idea as to how those things might be of use, if you have not read all or most of my prior filters posts, then you will not understand and be left behind.

I don't have the energy anymore to re-explain the uses of filters statistics, I can sometimes for some posts, but not for all of them, I give the filters and their stats, but in one or more future posts I still will explain the uses of some stats, basicaly they (The stats and filters) are all used in the very same way.

Anyhow, if you really want to know, just ask and I will try to answer.

Next I will move to the LDR (LastDigitRoot), (I did make a mistake by naming them LDR), or SLD (SumLastDigit) or LDS (LastDigitSum), but as it was written, "What is done, is done" and so be it.


Later this week or sometime next. 

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    Fernando, I am simply salivating and sticking my teeth into these filters and advance filters or filters within filters...Great stuff! Looking forward to the next lesson

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      retweaking default boxed numbers with RTS,LDS,SUM,sVLH, sEO (systematically filterout)

       

      #RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO
      028101013412557820201343456693121225445
      046101012513466820202244456783121234445
      073101013412477620202334447953121135345
      091101012511579420203553458853121144355
      118101022411588420204453559483121455355
      145101012513393820204452559933121455255
      226101023322495620201253457773121333444
      235101013422399220203552550483212145135
      271101023312403821111441250753212113134
      316101022412407421111351340933212145125
      334101044522311921112251151653212122134
      442101035523316421112251341743212235134
      550101011113321821112341252283212334225
      00111111211122721113332242463212235234
      298191934525523621112342242733212334224
      559191911533524521111352332913212235125
      667191922344429021111351253363212244224
      685191912434531721112341243453212145233
      748191934534533521111442233813212244125
      775191913334444321114552335523212113233
      793191934524555121111121336603212122144
      883191944425560521111121344443212555333
      9461919255345002222113112003333114112
      9911919255155110222122111021333123112
      111333222111
      #RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO
      778422233444577953233354457986424345455
      796422223544588753233444559966424255455
      886422224445589653232454558886424444555
      895422214535599553231553550786515134145
      994422255535509554141151350966515125145
      076431312314414954142551352766515233244
      094431315513524854143452352856515134235
      148431324513527554141332342946515355235
      229431333522529354143452253396515445225
      238431334422533854144442253846515445235
      274431333523434754143452344476515355334
      337431334422436554141242346456515125334
      346431324523444654142553346636515224244
      391431324512555454141153337356515134234
      445431315533366254142232447716515233144
      553431311423371654142231448166515224145
      625431312323477054141331449156515125135
      661431322214480654141241455556515111333
      71543131231348155414124135006666112114
      8054313114135005555111113015666112113
      004444115113023555134122024666135123
      112444223112113555224112114666225113
      130444124112140555125113231666234122
      220444133122221555233122330666144122
      222666333222
      #RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO
      889752544555599886264555559999727555555
      997752535545509887171451552979818335245
      286761623424527887173342455589818114335
      295761613523529687172352456759818123344
      385761614423538687172442457389818344245
      394761645523544987175553357749818335344
      448761645533555787171133348469818245345
      556761611233466587171223448829818344255
      664761622534474687172353449189818245155
      718761623414577387173342449369818245245
      736761623424479187172351459459818155335
      745761613533484587171453359909818155155
      772761633324488187172441556669818222444
      88076161441559358717145235009999115115
      9077616135145008888114115018999124115
      9167616225145026888123124036999124124
      007777113114035888114123045999115133
      016777122114071888123114117999223114
      025777113123116888222114207999133124
      115777122113134888245123216999223124
      142777235123215888123123225999133223
      223777334222224888335223234999345223
      331777244122332888344222315999124123
      340777145123440888155133441999255133
      333999444222
      RTS : ROOTSUM
      LDS : LAST DIGIT SUM
      sVLH : sort/box VARIABLE LOW-HIGH 1:05, 2:16, 3:27, 4:38, 5:49
      sVEO : sort/box VARIABLE EVEN-ODD 1:01, 2:23, 3:45, 4:67, 5:89

       

      good luck

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        retweaking default boxed numbers with RTS,LDS,SUM,sVLH, sEO (systematically filterout)

         

        #RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO
        028101013412557820201343456693121225445
        046101012513466820202244456783121234445
        073101013412477620202334447953121135345
        091101012511579420203553458853121144355
        118101022411588420204453559483121455355
        145101012513393820204452559933121455255
        226101023322495620201253457773121333444
        235101013422399220203552550483212145135
        271101023312403821111441250753212113134
        316101022412407421111351340933212145125
        334101044522311921112251151653212122134
        442101035523316421112251341743212235134
        550101011113321821112341252283212334225
        00111111211122721113332242463212235234
        298191934525523621112342242733212334224
        559191911533524521111352332913212235125
        667191922344429021111351253363212244224
        685191912434531721112341243453212145233
        748191934534533521111442233813212244125
        775191913334444321114552335523212113233
        793191934524555121111121336603212122144
        883191944425560521111121344443212555333
        9461919255345002222113112003333114112
        9911919255155110222122111021333123112
        111333222111
        #RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO
        778422233444577953233354457986424345455
        796422223544588753233444559966424255455
        886422224445589653232454558886424444555
        895422214535599553231553550786515134145
        994422255535509554141151350966515125145
        076431312314414954142551352766515233244
        094431315513524854143452352856515134235
        148431324513527554141332342946515355235
        229431333522529354143452253396515445225
        238431334422533854144442253846515445235
        274431333523434754143452344476515355334
        337431334422436554141242346456515125334
        346431324523444654142553346636515224244
        391431324512555454141153337356515134234
        445431315533366254142232447716515233144
        553431311423371654142231448166515224145
        625431312323477054141331449156515125135
        661431322214480654141241455556515111333
        71543131231348155414124135006666112114
        8054313114135005555111113015666112113
        004444115113023555134122024666135123
        112444223112113555224112114666225113
        130444124112140555125113231666234122
        220444133122221555233122330666144122
        222666333222
        #RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO#RTSLDSSUMsVLHsVEO
        889752544555599886264555559999727555555
        997752535545509887171451552979818335245
        286761623424527887173342455589818114335
        295761613523529687172352456759818123344
        385761614423538687172442457389818344245
        394761645523544987175553357749818335344
        448761645533555787171133348469818245345
        556761611233466587171223448829818344255
        664761622534474687172353449189818245155
        718761623414577387173342449369818245245
        736761623424479187172351459459818155335
        745761613533484587171453359909818155155
        772761633324488187172441556669818222444
        88076161441559358717145235009999115115
        9077616135145008888114115018999124115
        9167616225145026888123124036999124124
        007777113114035888114123045999115133
        016777122114071888123114117999223114
        025777113123116888222114207999133124
        115777122113134888245123216999223124
        142777235123215888123123225999133223
        223777334222224888335223234999345223
        331777244122332888344222315999124123
        340777145123440888155133441999255133
        333999444222
        RTS : ROOTSUM
        LDS : LAST DIGIT SUM
        sVLH : sort/box VARIABLE LOW-HIGH 1:05, 2:16, 3:27, 4:38, 5:49
        sVEO : sort/box VARIABLE EVEN-ODD 1:01, 2:23, 3:45, 4:67, 5:89

         

        good luck

        Ragwi

        Thanks a lot, but I can't say that I understand any of these things, including the sVLH and the sVEO, but it is O.K. I don't have to understand, the important thing is that those things help you with your own lottery predictions.

        But the:

        sVLH : sort/box VARIABLE LOW-HIGH 1:05, 2:16, 3:27, 4:38, 5:49      
        sVEO : sort/box VARIABLE EVEN-ODD 1:01, 2:23, 3:45, 4:67, 5:89

        Are really interesting.

        -----------------------------------------------------

         My own version of Ragwi's filters:

        I would take a number such as:

        327 = LO-LE-HO 

        327 and using sVLH:

         

        438 = LE-LO-HE

        049 = LE-LE-HO

        155 = LO-HO-HO

        216 = LE-LO-HE

        327 = LO-LE-HO

        LVH = Low-Variable-High. 

        ------

        327 and using sVEO:

         

        439 = LE-LO-HO

        641 = HE-LE-LO

        853 = HE-HO-LO

        015 = LE-LO-HO

        227 = LE-LE-HO

        EVO = Even-Variable-Odd

        ----------

        327 and sV-N = Variable Natural:

         

        139 = LO-LO-HO

        345 = LO-LE-HO

        157 = LO-HO-HO

        319 = LO-LO-HO

        125 = LO-LE-HO

        LOVHO = LowOdd-Variable-HighOdd 

        -----------------

        What would be the use for such a thing?

        I don't know, but there might be some use in the future, maybe. 

        Beware of any mistakes that I might have made! 


        Good luck!

        Fernando. 

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          That workout always gives 15 combinations, it appears to be a straight workout, but it is for boxed or any order numbers, just put all the pick 3 numbers as: LowestMiddleHighest (LMH).

          The last draw of a game can be used, or even many past draws, but that would increase the combinations produced by the workout, What uses will it have? I don't know.  Not yet anyway.

          -------------- 

          This is totally Variable, it depends on the last draw used only. 

          327 and sV-N = Variable Natural:

           

          139 = LO-LO-HO

          345 = LO-LE-HO

          157 = LO-HO-HO

          319 = LO-LO-HO

          125 = LO-LE-HO

          LOVHO = LowOdd-Variable-HighOdd = This depends only on the draw used as a base for the workout.

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            That workout always gives 15 combinations, it appears to be a straight workout, but it is for boxed or any order numbers, just put all the pick 3 numbers as: LowestMiddleHighest (LMH).

            The last draw of a game can be used, or even many past draws, but that would increase the combinations produced by the workout, What uses will it have? I don't know.  Not yet anyway.

            -------------- 

            This is totally Variable, it depends on the last draw used only. 

            327 and sV-N = Variable Natural:

             

            139 = LO-LO-HO

            345 = LO-LE-HO

            157 = LO-HO-HO

            319 = LO-LO-HO

            125 = LO-LE-HO

            LOVHO = LowOdd-Variable-HighOdd = This depends only on the draw used as a base for the workout.

            Fernando, These filters are an interesting twist from what Ragwi did. Just a quite eyeballing of some backhistory, It's look like a filter within a filter. I can see where in boxed form the exact pattern does not repeat for at least 3 draws. Outstanding! There is probably more there im thinking

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              DK

              There are many possible variations of those 3 workouts, but I went by Lowest 1st

              Medium 2nd and:

              Highest 3rd.

              But as there are 3 digits there can also be 6 possible variations of the very same workout per each of the 3 workouts.

              That would be: 15 x 6 = 90 pick 3 numbers and some of them might be repeats.

              -------------------------

              With a chance of perhaps 1 of them being the winning number, but without testing there is no way to know.

              ---------------------------

              Any how, there might also be filtration uses, besides that one prediction use. 

              More later this week, or maybe Sunday or Monday.

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                Now that I enlarged the size of the text of FireFox, I see very much better and so will start to post a little more often, maybe beginning Monday or soon.

                That size of posted text should be the same to you all maybe, but to me the text looks a lot bigger, so I see better and don't get so tired so soon.

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                  Ok, looking forward to the next instruction

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                    Ok, looking forward to the next instruction

                    First I will say that I didn't forget about BlackApple's posts here, but my time to talk about those things has not yet come, it will somewhat later, as soon as I first talk more about filters.

                    ---------------

                    I found this text a whie ago why looking at another site, this is only a portion of the whole text:

                     

                     "Having carefully analyzed the all the drawing results of more than 170 different Lotto games worldwide, with histories going back as far as 1955, I have verified the following incredibly simple rule:
                    That which is MOST POSSIBLE
                    happens MOST OFTEN.
                    That which is LEAST POSSIBLE
                    happens LEAST OFTEN.
                    So, the basis of my lottery strategy is to play the probabilities—or, to play that which is most likely to happen. If something rarely or never happens in lottery drawings, or if something has never happened before in the history of Lotto drawings, shouldn't common sense tell you not to expect it to happen for the very first time just because you bet on it? "

                    -----------------------------

                    As we can see, that is one of the things that I have been saying all along.

                    That is very true.

                    We both came to that notion on our won and on our own time, she by the use of here software and me just by looking at the past draws.

                    ---------------------------

                    I am by no means saying that her software is good or bad, I don't have it and have never used it, so I don't know.

                    But those words are the plain truth, as I have myself seen on my own.

                    --------------------------

                    Yes, I will get to what BlacApple wants me to check in due time, but that stuff might or might not be in this thread, it might be on a thread of its own, I don't yet know.

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                      Great!, when the filters study is complete, I'll look forward to the Blackapple update. I think that will be a very useful study.

                      Also, I am very familiar with the statement from her research and applying it to her software for pick 5 was very useful at the time. It is still fundamental today. An an example, one will increase their probabilities when they find patterns that statistically happen most often but is currently on an extended vacation.

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                        From DK with LotSoft. 

                        Remember that I can and do make mistakes. 

                        There is a minimum number of draws of 1 before any LDR repeat.

                        And there is also a maximum number of draws before any LDR repeats, logic tells me that the maximum most be 10 draws.

                        But in given segments of past draws some LDR skips might come more often than others.

                        I don't have the time to do those stats right now for those draws.

                        Most LDRs don't repeat from one draw to the very next draw. 

                        But on 49 draws 7 times LDRs repeated from one draw to the very next one. 

                        DC, MIdday draws, last 50 (OLD Draws). 

                        ID..DATE......1.2.3.LDR   
                        01    3/15/2007    4    2    3        9   
                        02    3/14/2007    7    8    2        7   
                        03    3/13/2007    0    7    7        4   
                        04    3/12/2007    8    1    8        7   
                        05    3/11/2007    3    1    3         
                        06    3/10/2007    4    5    2        1   
                        07    3/09/2007    4    9    4        7   
                        08    3/08/2007    6    5    6        7   
                        09    3/07/2007    2    0    9        1   
                        10    3/06/2007    2    0    3        5   
                        11    3/05/2007    5    1    1        7   
                        12    3/04/2007    1    3    5        9   
                        13    3/03/2007    1    7    9        7   
                        14    3/02/2007    7    5    5        7   
                        15    3/01/2007    4    0    0        4   
                        16    2/28/2007    8    4    1        3   
                        17    2/27/2007    6    3    0        9   
                        18    2/26/2007    2    9    0        1   
                        19    2/25/2007    5    4    4        3   
                        20    2/24/2007    6    7    3        6   
                        21    2/23/2007    6    7    3        6   
                        22    2/22/2007    9    7    3        9   
                        23    2/21/2007    3    1    7        1   
                        24    2/20/2007    6    4    2        2   
                        25    2/19/2007    0    3    5        8   
                        26    2/18/2007    5    9    9        3   
                        27    2/17/2007    5    1    6        2   
                        28    2/16/2007    2    5    9        6   
                        29    2/15/2007    8    5    4        7   
                        30    2/14/2007    8    7    8        3   
                        31    2/13/2007    3    5    8        6   
                        32    2/12/2007    1    2    2        5   
                        33    2/11/2007    6    0    9         
                        34    2/10/2007    2    9    4        5   
                        35    2/09/2007    7    3    5        5   
                        36    2/08/2007    4    4    9        7   
                        37    2/07/2007    9    2    8        9   
                        38    2/06/2007    3    4    4        1   
                        39    2/05/2007    6    2    8        6   
                        40    2/04/2007    7    0    2        9   
                        41    2/03/2007    7    8    5        0   
                        42    2/02/2007    6    5    8        9   
                        43    2/01/2007    7    8    7        2   
                        44    1/31/2007    0    9    1        0   
                        45    1/30/2007    9    7    8        4   
                        46    1/29/2007    4    8    6        8   
                        47    1/28/2007    2    3    6        1   
                        48    1/27/2007    0    1    4        5   
                        49    1/26/2007    6    4    2        2   
                        50    1/25/2007    2    2    0        4 

                        -----------------------------

                        Differences from one LDR to the next.

                        The possible LDR Differences are from 0 to 9

                        The LDR Differences also have their skips, from a minimum to a maximum.

                        Some Differences come out more often and also some of their skips come out more often on a given segment of past draws. 

                        Most LDR Differences do not repeat from one draw to the very next draw, but: 

                        On 49 draws 7 Differences repeated from one draw to the very next draw. 

                        I have no time to do the stats of the LDR Differences. 

                        Newest or last LDR
                        9  2 LDif
                        7  4 LDif
                        4  3 LDif
                        7  0
                        6
                        6
                        7  0
                        7  6
                        1  4
                        5  3
                        2
                        2
                        7  0
                        7  3
                        4  1
                        3  6
                        9  8
                        1  2
                        3  3
                        6  0
                        6  3
                        9  7
                        1  1
                        2  6
                        8  5
                        3  1
                        2  4
                        6  1
                        7  4
                        3  3
                        6  1
                        0
                        0
                        0
                        2
                        2
                        9  8
                        1  5
                        6  3
                        9
                        9
                        9  7
                        2  2
                        4
                        4
                        8  7
                        1  4
                        5  3
                        2  2

                        First or oldest LDR.  

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                        Of the LDRs we have:

                        Low 0 1 2 3 4 = LL = LDRL

                        High 5 6 7 8 9 = LH = LDRH

                        Even 0 2 4 6 8 = LE = LDRE

                        Odd 1 3 5 7 9 = LO = LDRO

                        Low Even 0 2 4 = LLE = LDRLE

                        Low Odd 1 3 = LLO = LDRLO

                        High Even 6 8 = LHE = LDRHE

                        High Odd 5 7 9 = LHO = LDRHO

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                         We also have:

                        Low LDR 0 1 2

                        MIddle LDR 3 4 5 6

                        High LDR 7 8 9

                        Low Even 0 2

                        Low Odd 1

                        Middle Even 4 5

                        Middle Odd 3 5

                        High Even 8

                        High Odd 7 9 

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                        There are also all their many stats.

                        To better understand these things and for an example of their possible stats see the last posts on the SUMS.

                        These things are done in the same basic way for: Sums, LDRs and Roots.

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                        Everything for the Roots is done in the same basic way as for the LDRs.

                        I have no time to do the stuff myself by hand. 

                        ID    DATE        ..1    2    3  ....Root
                        01    3/15/2007    4    2    3            9   
                        02    3/14/2007    7    8    2            8   
                        03    3/13/2007    0    7    7            5   
                        04    3/12/2007    8    1    8            8   
                        05    3/11/2007    3    1    3            7   
                        06    3/10/2007    4    5    2            2   
                        07    3/09/2007    4    9    4             
                        08    3/08/2007    6    5    6            8   
                        09    3/07/2007    2    0    9            2   
                        10    3/06/2007    2    0    3            5   
                        11    3/05/2007    5    1    1            7   
                        12    3/04/2007    1    3    5            9   
                        13    3/03/2007    1    7    9            8   
                        14    3/02/2007    7    5    5             
                        15    3/01/2007    4    0    0            4   
                        16    2/28/2007    8    4    1            4   
                        17    2/27/2007    6    3    0            9   
                        18    2/26/2007    2    9    0            2   
                        19    2/25/2007    5    4    4            4   
                        20    2/24/2007    6    7    3            7   
                        21    2/23/2007    6    7    3            7   
                        22    2/22/2007    9    7    3            1   
                        23    2/21/2007    3    1    7            2   
                        24    2/20/2007    6    4    2            3   
                        25    2/19/2007    0    3    5            8   
                        26    2/18/2007    5    9    9            5   
                        27    2/17/2007    5    1    6            3   
                        28    2/16/2007    2    5    9            7   
                        29    2/15/2007    8    5    4            8   
                        30    2/14/2007    8    7    8            5   
                        31    2/13/2007    3    5    8            7   
                        32    2/12/2007    1    2    2            5   
                        33    2/11/2007    6    0    9             
                        34    2/10/2007    2    9    4            6   
                        35    2/09/2007    7    3    5            6   
                        36    2/08/2007    4    4    9            8   
                        37    2/07/2007    9    2    8            1   
                        38    2/06/2007    3    4    4            2   
                        39    2/05/2007    6    2    8            7   
                        40    2/04/2007    7    0    2            9   
                        41    2/03/2007    7    8    5            2   
                        42    2/02/2007    6    5    8            1   
                        43    2/01/2007    7    8    7            4   
                        44    1/31/2007    0    9    1            1   
                        45    1/30/2007    9    7    8            6   
                        46    1/29/2007    4    8    6            9   
                        47    1/28/2007    2    3    6            2   
                        48    1/27/2007    0    1    4            5   
                        49    1/26/2007    6    4    2            3   
                        50    1/25/2007    2    2    0            4

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                        Yes the Roots also have the H, L, E, O and H, M, L, E, O and their many combinations and also the Roots Differences = RDiff, all is done as with the LDRs.

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                        Next the Low to High Digit Diff, that is the Pick 3 Width or Range or Distance.

                        As I can and have time, but it will be about the same as for these other filters, you will see.

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                        You need to learn the older posts first to better understand the newer-ones.

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                        These things are of course useless without the full or complete stats, but you have to do your own as shown on older posts.

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                        SOON. 

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                          There are so very many patterns and their stats that as Andrew would say "This is not for the Faint of Heart"

                          There is even more than I will ever post here at LP or anywhere, but that is because there is no limit to patterns and their stats. 

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                            When the time comes I will try to explain how these things are put together to make possible filters techniques.

                            Perhaps mostly it has to do with skips of patterns and what comes more often and less often, but we will see in time, right now I am showing only the possible patterns, later the possible prediction techniques.

                            This thread is not for the quick pickers and or for those who want to win with only 1 pick 3 number played. 

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                              Thanks for this post. I'm learning so much about filtering from this post and the links you posted! I'm excited....!

                                 
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