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Keno Filters II

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Posted: May 28, 2007, 12:31 pm - IP Logged

Hi Yall-

The other Keno Filters thread is locked so I am going to start a new one with another perhaps useless but new approach that I started using and hopefully someone can benefit from.

repeat positions!

Looking at the last 10 games of NY Pick 10, I see certain positions in the 1-20 drawn numbers with more repeats than the others...I'll demonstrate 1-10 just to get the point across

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

4 4 3 2 5 1 2 2 4   4

What this chart shows is how many repeats occured in each position in the last 10 games. Repeats are important in this game because usually 5 numbers repeat in every draw, sometimes more or less, but if you play daily and stick to the repeats and the +1/-1 or "flag" formations, you will hit something! The +1/-1 hits account for 5-9 of the hits in the next drawing. I think these are the best two predictors of this game and I hope this helps any Keno players out there with evaluating their game. This is for state daily Keno btw, not a quick draw type where the drawings are evey few minutes-although if you are fast at evaluating it might help with that too.

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    Posted: May 28, 2007, 6:33 pm - IP Logged

    Hello there Pilot, great observations!

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      Posted: May 30, 2007, 7:13 pm - IP Logged

      thanks pilot...will do a little past history for mich and see how it pans out !!!!

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        Posted: June 2, 2007, 10:03 am - IP Logged

        Great observations Pilot.

        I responded to  you as RenaldoG in the other thread but forgot pw.

        Here is another filter for you to add to your list.

        Study the last 10 draws. Count/tabulate  the last digit of  winning numbers.

        By last digit I mean:

         

        1=1

        21=1

        33=3

        45=5

        10=0

        20=0 etc

         

        Now, for your lottery you will find the average for each digit is x2per draw per digit

        Here is the important part. Look for the digit that misses several draws

        or delivers only one hit over several draws instead of 2 or 3. That digit will almost certainly overcompensate

        in the very near future !

         

        Don'f forget the palindromic numbers:

        from [11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66,  to 77]

        Usually 2 of these on an average night.  

        Treat them as  a seperate group.

         

        When you pick you samples using this method make sure it is balanced

        [odd/even, high, low etc] 

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          Posted: June 2, 2007, 3:19 pm - IP Logged

          Here is the important part. Look for the digit that misses several draws

          What we call

          "Digits out"

          In the Pick3 world

          And this Repeat Principle

          elucidated here

          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/92628?q=Matrix

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            Posted: June 2, 2007, 3:36 pm - IP Logged

             you will find the average for each digit is x2per draw per digit

            You need to exemplify that

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              Posted: June 2, 2007, 7:02 pm - IP Logged

              Actually I am basing  my obervations on Ontario Keno (20/70) ..Definitely

              for Ontario Keno that average is correct, ofcourse some digits are missed, but they usually make up for it

              within a 10 day period.

              Btw..I play Ont Keno 4 #s    mostly ( pays $100 @$1 wager)

              Some weeks I have gotten 4/4   8 times using this approach ! 

              One day recently I had 6 lines correct - one draw ! 

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                Posted: June 2, 2007, 10:58 pm - IP Logged

                Footnote:

                I have one hit tonight 4#s@$2=$200.00cdn

                Ontario Keno utilizing my  approach & Pilot's filters.

                 

                Hey Pilot ..Thanks ....2 of  the  numbers were repeats and I utilized your approach

                to derive them.