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# Who says you can't get a winner??

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 Posted: April 28, 2007, 11:35 am - IP Logged

Hi kids!

This may all look like a bunch of mumbo jumbo but don't get discouraged. Of course this may take some time and your creativity but I'll give you the formula to work with.

Wish I could show an example for EVERY state but I picked GEORGIA today out of my hat so here goes--

Using April 19th and 20th drawings--

357

252

Let's line them up---

357252

Now we're going to make 3 new numbers for these by mirroring the first 2 numbers of each draw (3 and 2), then the second 2 numbers of each draw (5 and 5) and then finally the last 2 numbers (7 and 2). Are you with me so far? Hope so!  Let's go!!

857752

307202

352257

Now here comes the part that's going to look confusing and like WAY too many numbers but just stick with me here. As I point out the winners,you will see that out of 15 lines of formulas, EVERY one had a winner except one line. Most have multiple winners in a week's time.

What you would do now with your new 3 number lines is divide them each by--

1.01

1.02

1.03

1.04  and

1.05

We'll only be looking at first 4/last 4 digits. I pressed the = sign 5 times after each calculation and have 10 sets of numbers now for each. As you will see from the results you don't have to even do that many because there will be winners within the first 2 or 3.

Here were last week's drawings and their mirrors up until last night --

718/263

873/328

948/493

302/857

399/844

704/259

706/251

Here are the calculations--

857752/1.01 =

8492  0594  8408  9697  8325  0564  8242  2439  8161  6474

857752/1.02 =

8409  3333  8244  4444  8082  7101  7924  1863  7768  3591

857752/1.03 =

8322038  8085  2625  7849  8592  7621  2322  7399  0021

857752/1.04 =

8247  8461  7930  0827  7625  4641  7332  4462  7050  9675

857752/1.05 =

8169  6666  7780  9205  7407817053156  6726339

307202/1.01 =

3041  6039  3011  6969  2981  4622  2953784  2922  2162

307202/1.02 =

3011  1372  2952  1933  2894  5816  2838  2564  2782  6239

307202/1.03 =

2982  8932  2895  8477  2811  8035  2729  8092  2649  3778

307202/1.04 =

2953  8461  2840  1775  2731  9375  2625  7091  2524  1049

307202/1.05 =

2925  3333  2786  6984  2657942  2527  5659  2407  5389

352257/1.01 =

3487  0693  3453  5475  3418  3737  3385  3204  3351  8716

352257/1.02 =

3453  5350  3385  1372  3319  6386  3254  8235  3190  7877

352257/1.03 =

3417378  3320  7163  3223  5498  3129  2036  3038  2559

352257/1.04 =

3387  3846  3257928  3131  0315  3011  9918  2895  6844

352257/1.05 =

3354  7142  3195  2992  3040944  2898  0566  2760  6819

How many winners can you find???

My best advice would be to do some backtesting,find which formula works the best for you,then play 3 front,3 back. That's 20 numbers which is still a lot I know,but combined with your other elimation methods you might just find yourself a winner more often!

Good luck!!

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 Posted: April 28, 2007, 11:51 am - IP Logged

There may be a way of reducing the number of plays by just studying your post... dividing the numbers by 1.03 and 1.05 gave the most winners of all the sets combined... maybe just playing these sets would bring on the winners?

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

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 Posted: April 28, 2007, 12:24 pm - IP Logged

There may be a way of reducing the number of plays by just studying your post... dividing the numbers by 1.03 and 1.05 gave the most winners of all the sets combined... maybe just playing these sets would bring on the winners?

Hey Rakster,how ya doin'?

Yes,I'm hoping that if you work with this you will be able to pinpoint which one will produce the most winners. Using your drawings from the 19th and 20th would have given these hits using just the 1.03 and 1.05--

051966/1.03 =

5045  1844  4898  0139  4755  4698  4617  9318  4482  0891

051966/1.05 =

4949  5714  4713  8775  4489  6452  4275  8049  4071  7665

501416/1.03 =

4868  0485  4726  0373  4588  0265  4455  1616  4325  6229

501416/1.05 =

4775  7619  4547  9297  4331  3304  4125  4099  3928  6284

The other 2 lines of calculations came up zip. There are winners there but I really think it's going to take some serious backtesting to find which will work best for each state or country. Still working on this one,it's a stumper!

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 Posted: April 28, 2007, 12:26 pm - IP Logged

Here were your next 7 draws and mirrors,Rakster,sorry!

276/721

968/413

666/111

215/760

562/017

169/614

969/414

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Here were your next 7 draws and mirrors,Rakster,sorry!

276/721

968/413

666/111

215/760

562/017

169/614

969/414

thanks!

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

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 Posted: April 29, 2007, 4:00 am - IP Logged

LottoLaughs...

I am working on a spreadsheet that we can copy and paste into it the past numbers and have it give us the breakdowns of each number when divided by the 1.01, 1.02, 1.03, 1.04, and 1.05

Iam trying to see if there is something there that we can use.  I color coded the draws it hit and areas it hit but more testing has to me done.  I have only taken it thru step one... adding the two previous numbers called and divided by the different variables.  Here is an example of how or what I got right now.

 Divided By 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 27-Apr-07 276 1231.683 1219.608 1207.767 1196.154 1184.762 26-Apr-07 968 1617.822 1601.961 1586.408 1571.154 1556.19 25-Apr-07 666 872.2772 863.7255 855.3398 847.1154 839.0476 24-Apr-07 215 769.3069 761.7647 754.3689 747.1154 740 23-Apr-07 562 723.7624 716.6667 709.7087 702.8846 696.1905 22-Apr-07 169 1126.733 1115.686 1104.854 1094.231 1083.81 21-Apr-07 969 1504.95 1490.196 1475.728 1461.538 1447.619 20-Apr-07 551 1006.931 997.0588 987.3786 977.8846 968.5714 19-Apr-07 466 689.1089 682.3529 675.7282 669.2308 662.8571 18-Apr-07 230 455.4455 450.9804 446.6019 442.3077 438.0952 17-Apr-07 230 619.802 613.7255 607.767 601.9231 596.1905

As you can see there are some very dry times.. .the Bright Green areas are DOUBLES that hit. Let me know what you think.

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Hello,Rakster,and WOW! Looks fantabulous!!  You must have some genuine interest in this to go to all the trouble but you've got the right idea!!

My concern when I thought of putting this in a spreadsheet was the calculations. Since I used a 12 digit calculator,aren't our results going to be different? It looks like yours end at 7 numbers. I believe there is a way to set Excel to a 12 digit.

Also,which 2 draws were you using to get these numbers? Did you remember to make your new 3 numbers?

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Hello,Rakster,and WOW! Looks fantabulous!!  You must have some genuine interest in this to go to all the trouble but you've got the right idea!!

My concern when I thought of putting this in a spreadsheet was the calculations. Since I used a 12 digit calculator,aren't our results going to be different? It looks like yours end at 7 numbers. I believe there is a way to set Excel to a 12 digit.

Also,which 2 draws were you using to get these numbers? Did you remember to make your new 3 numbers?

I had the same concern when putting this in a spreadsheet too.  Because of the different calculation methods (Excel v. a 12 digit calculator) only the first four digits matched but the last four were different. After the 9th number after the decimal, I start to get zeroes...

I wonder if there is some way to "force" Excel to behave like a calculator?

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I had the same concern when putting this in a spreadsheet too.  Because of the different calculation methods (Excel v. a 12 digit calculator) only the first four digits matched but the last four were different. After the 9th number after the decimal, I start to get zeroes...

I wonder if there is some way to "force" Excel to behave like a calculator?

Hi there ChicaChica!

I seem to recall budward got it to work as a 12 digit. Haven't heard from him lately,I'll PM and ask.

calling budward................come in budward......................

Hopefully he can tell us.

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I see what your saying... I will mess around with it and see what I come up with.... I am not a pro at all with Excel but love crunching numbers...lol... self taught on what i do know...hahaaha

For each set of numbers I used for example... thursdays results and then add wednesdays results to get my number that needs to be divided by the  1.05 or whatever we used... thus generating a line of numbers to pick from for today. I never converted them to their mirror... in the works though... a lot of work there...lol

I want to see if we can find a way that it can generate 5 or 6 numbers that WILL NOT be called, thus rotating the other 5 or 6 numbers in a round robin format to find a winner.

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

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The decimals can be increased to what ever number you want.... I will run it up to 12 digits and post an example like above...

 Divided By 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 28-Apr-07 550 817.821782178 809.803921569 801.941747573 794.230769231 786.666666667 27-Apr-07 276 1231.68316832 1219.607843137 1207.766990291 1196.153846154 1184.761904762 26-Apr-07 968 1617.82178218 1601.960784314 1586.407766990 1571.153846154 1556.190476190 25-Apr-07 666 872.27722772 863.725490196 855.339805825 847.115384615 839.047619048 24-Apr-07 215 769.30693069 761.764705882 754.368932039 747.115384615 740.000000000 23-Apr-07 562 723.76237624 716.666666667 709.708737864 702.884615385 696.190476190 22-Apr-07 169 1126.73267327 1115.686274510 1104.854368932 1094.230769231 1083.809523810 21-Apr-07 969 1504.95049505 1490.196078431 1475.728155340 1461.538461538 1447.619047619

Do these match your 12 digit calc. ?

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I see what your saying... I will mess around with it and see what I come up with.... I am not a pro at all with Excel but love crunching numbers...lol... self taught on what i do know...hahaaha

For each set of numbers I used for example... thursdays results and then add wednesdays results to get my number that needs to be divided by the  1.05 or whatever we used... thus generating a line of numbers to pick from for today. I never converted them to their mirror... in the works though... a lot of work there...lol

I want to see if we can find a way that it can generate 5 or 6 numbers that WILL NOT be called, thus rotating the other 5 or 6 numbers in a round robin format to find a winner.

Hey Rak!

Hoping I can simplify this whole system some. The trouble with some of my formulas is that I find something that works,then I find something ELSE that works so I just kind of lay them all out on the table here. The thing I'm always taking into consideration is that not one formula will work for everyone so I try to give as many possibilities as I see fit.

This calculator is driving me nuts! When I punch in past draws to start writing something new it seems no matter what I divide it by (sometimes it can be something as crazy as 2.1009384756,it doesn't seem to matter!!)  it will give me the next night's draw somewhere in there. It always comes down to the same problem of narrowing it down and keeping it affordable.

I always forget about mirrors too,Rakster,and have to remind myself to look for them. Do the best you can and we'll see if budward can lend us a helping hand with the calculations.

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The decimals can be increased to what ever number you want.... I will run it up to 12 digits and post an example like above...

 Divided By 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 28-Apr-07 550 817.821782178 809.803921569 801.941747573 794.230769231 786.666666667 27-Apr-07 276 1231.68316832 1219.607843137 1207.766990291 1196.153846154 1184.761904762 26-Apr-07 968 1617.82178218 1601.960784314 1586.407766990 1571.153846154 1556.190476190 25-Apr-07 666 872.27722772 863.725490196 855.339805825 847.115384615 839.047619048 24-Apr-07 215 769.30693069 761.764705882 754.368932039 747.115384615 740.000000000 23-Apr-07 562 723.76237624 716.666666667 709.708737864 702.884615385 696.190476190 22-Apr-07 169 1126.73267327 1115.686274510 1104.854368932 1094.230769231 1083.809523810 21-Apr-07 969 1504.95049505 1490.196078431 1475.728155340 1461.538461538 1447.619047619

Do these match your 12 digit calc. ?

I'd love to see if they match but can you tell me what 2 draws you used? Thankya!

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Rakster said-----"The decimals can be increased to what ever number you want.... I will run it up to 12 digits and post an example like above..."

I overlooked what you said there! So you know how to increase the numbers?? Please let us know how you can do that,LottoChica is interested!!

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yes... all he has to do is... click on "toolbar options" in the area of the autosums etc. and he will see decimal increase or decimal decrease.

I am using the the two days prior to the draw for each set of numbers.

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

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