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# I Have A Secret To Give-Need a good Programer

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 Posted: June 21, 2007, 11:02 pm - IP Logged

HELLO THERE!!

Is There A Good Programer OUT THERE? Who Is Willing TO Write A Program?

All i Ask In Return Is A Free Copy Of The Program.

I Have Discovered A System To Predicti The Winning Numbers DRAWN From The Previous Drawing.

WELL I AM BACK I WAS LOCKED OUT SEVERAL MONTHS AGO, BECAUSE I POSTED A LINK TO THE TEXAS LOTTERY WEBSITE--I don't know why there is no discernment in type of links.

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Here is my secret.

To nite's drawing was 4, 7, 8, 22, 29, 47.

So the last drawing of 3, 16, 18, 24, 31, 36--multiplied by 1.618 and devided by 1.618 we get:

4.85, 25.89, 29.12, 38.83, 50.1, 58.25
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1.85, 9.88, 11.12, 14.83, 19.16, 22.25

Companion numbers are 1, 3, 5, 24.

So here it is:-

4===4.85=5=5-1==5
7===9.88=10=10-3==7
8===4.85=5=5+3==8
22===22.25==22
29===29.12==29
47===50.1=50=50-3==47

There you have it. I have never failed to get the winning numbers by useing the companions of 1, 3, 5, and 24. Or a combination of them.

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Here is my secret.

To nite's drawing was 4, 7, 8, 22, 29, 47.

So the last drawing of 3, 16, 18, 24, 31, 36--multiplied by 1.618 and devided by 1.618 we get:

4.85, 25.89, 29.12, 38.83, 50.1, 58.25
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1.85, 9.88, 11.12, 14.83, 19.16, 22.25

Companion numbers are 1, 3, 5, 24.

So here it is:-

4===4.85=5=5-1==5
7===9.88=10=10-3==7
8===4.85=5=5+3==8
22===22.25==22
29===29.12==29
47===50.1=50=50-3==47

There you have it. I have never failed to get the winning numbers by useing the companions of 1, 3, 5, and 24. Or a combination of them.

This is in reference to your previous post under Red Toad, I have made an Excel program based upon the method you have provided. See attached snapshot of the computation. Since I'm here in texas I generated the numbers from 1-54 patterned after the Texas Lotto as an example only.

e.g. previous draw you provided = 3 16 18 24 31 36

next draw result = 4 7 8 22 29 47

 RSLT NXN 1 -1 3 -3 5 -5 24 -24 1ST # = 3 5 6 4 8 2 10 0 29 -19 2ND # = 16 26 27 25 29 23 31 21 50 2 3RD # = 18 29 30 28 32 26 34 24 53 5 4TH # = 24 55 0 54 0 52 0 50 0 31 5TH # = 31 50 51 49 53 47 0 45 0 26 6TH # = 36 58 0 0 0 0 0 53 0 34 N/N 1 -1 3 -3 5 -5 24 -24 3 2 3 1 5 -1 7 -3 26 -22 16 10 11 9 13 7 15 5 34 -14 18 11 12 10 14 8 16 6 35 -13 24 15 16 14 18 12 20 10 39 -9 31 19 20 18 22 16 24 14 43 -5 36 22 23 21 25 19 27 17 46 -2
Calling DAVIDLN06 please come in, I know you are out there, perhaps you lost faith after I did not respond-due to lock out.

I want to talk to you.

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 Posted: June 21, 2007, 11:21 pm - IP Logged

Some one who knows him or how to get in touch with him, please tell him to come back to lottery post.

Thanky you!!!!!!!!!!

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 Posted: June 21, 2007, 11:25 pm - IP Logged

Some one who knows him or how to get in touch with him, please tell him to come back to lottery post.

Thanky you!!!!!!!!!!

Here is my secret.

OK!!

Here are my discoveries. PLEASE PRINT OUT AND STUDY.

The Golden Ratio is 1.618

It is possible to take the results from a lottery and accurately predict what the next draw is--I WILL SHOW YOU IN DETAIL HOW THIS IS DONE.

Now I want you to work with the LOTTO TEXAS, it has a field of numbers from 1 to 54, and all one has to do is pick 6 numbers from the pool.

Here is the first step in the process. Lotto Texas draws on Weds & Saturdays.

The Drawing results for 02/21/2007  was,    14      17      21      31      47      51

Now multiply and divide by the Golden ratio 1.618.

We get:

22.65--27.51--33.99--50.16--76.05--82.52
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8.65--10.51--12.99--19.16--29.05--31.52

It is possible from the 12 numbers above to predict the next draw which is 02/24/2007      6      19      33      34      36      49

YOU WILL SEE ONE OR TWO NUMBERS ALREADY FROM THE 12 NUMBERS ABOVE.

I will go in fine details to show you how to get the six winning numbers 6,19,33,34,36 and 49 FROM THE 12 NUMBERS CALCULATED.

Remember I told you about the companions of the Golden Ratio?

They are 1, 3, 5, 24.  Now lets apply it . Lets get the companion numbers to predict the results of the next draw.

6===8.65=9-3==6

19===19.16==19

33===33.99=34-1==33

34===33.99==34

36===27.51=28+8==36

49===50.16=50-1==49

There you have it. I have used the companion numbers 3, 1--two times, 8 which is 3+5.

What I have noticed is that some of the times you have to add the companion numbers then subtract from the product, or division of the numbers from the golden ration--does this makes sense?

I will give more examples to make things clearer, then I will discuss the problems involved in predicting the UNKNOWN.

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I have removed my private message text from your post.  It's not polite to post private messages to a public forum.

Check the State Lottery Report Card

Sign the Petition for True Lottery Drawings
Help eliminate computerized drawings!

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 Posted: June 24, 2007, 4:24 pm - IP Logged

I have removed my private message text from your post.  It's not polite to post private messages to a public forum.

Thanks, I did not notice it, as I cut and paste.

I agree with you.

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 Posted: June 24, 2007, 4:33 pm - IP Logged

Well over 190 views of this message and not one comment from the general public.

What are you people scared of?

I certainly would like to talk to  DavidLno6.  I have a lot more secrets to share with him, on how to cut down on the numbers.

He certainly made an effort, which was exciteing, but it was only the tip of the iceberg.

I will need a computer program to cut down on the numbers to play, to make it a manageable 16-20 numbers that have the six numbers drawn.--I think that will be great because you are garanteed-no spell check-- to win if you wheel.

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Well over 190 views of this message and not one comment from the general public.

What are you people scared of?

I certainly would like to talk to  DavidLno6.  I have a lot more secrets to share with him, on how to cut down on the numbers.

He certainly made an effort, which was exciteing, but it was only the tip of the iceberg.

I will need a computer program to cut down on the numbers to play, to make it a manageable 16-20 numbers that have the six numbers drawn.--I think that will be great because you are garanteed-no spell check-- to win if you wheel.

I don't think anyone is scared.  The approach you are proposing here I believe is more in need of an algorithm run in something like Dave did in Excel which has the ability to create formulas to plug numbers into.

A program for PC's usually refers to an "application" of some sort like Word, Frontpage, Access, I-Tunes, and Photoshop for eg..  A "program"  in computational science refers to a set of instructions in some programming language to achieve some kind of output with some input. More like a tool or utility.

I think if you want something like a program to install and use like an "application" you need to sit down relax, and design on paper what you might want your program to do. Create a flow chart of what happens right from when you click on the icon, its functionality, datum parameters, presentation, output, etc. till you are ready to exit and close. Then go to an application design group and pitch it.

Most applications are the result of many people working and collaborating a long time to make something actually work.   A "program" like Word has a couple hundred thousand lines of code and it is 'just" for creating documents.

Most of the lotto programs are database, statistical analysis based type applications, tied thru a GUI.

With a calculator and the wheels here for premium members you could work out a methodolgy for your system with out going thru all the trouble and expense of designing a "program".  IHTH jarasan

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 Posted: June 24, 2007, 7:06 pm - IP Logged

Jarasan,

Thank you for the reply. After reading your post, I decide that application like excel should do the job. However I am ignorant of writing applications to excel.

Lets go back to what Dave did in Excel, that was good. if you look in the first set of data, you will see the 4 winning numbers out of 35 numbers total.

And look at the second set of results you will see the 3 winning numbers that did not come in the first set. However it is 3 out of 40 numbers, negative numbers do not count.

Now bear in mind, this is the result for only one computation.

jarasan What I want excel to do is run about 30 such computations on the most recent history of the lotto, then make a list of the companion numbers used most often to get the winning numbers.--Can Excel Do This?

Once you get the most used list of companion numbers, then you can cut down on the total numbers generated. Are You With Me So Far?

Now the companions I find most help full are 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, then sometimes 24 etc. Are you with me so far?

However on Pencil And Paper I found 1, 3, only can predict all the numbers, or sometimes just 1, 3, 4, or 5. Remember the true companion to the Golden Ratio is 1, 3, 5, 24, and I found out that sometimes you have to add them, hence 1,3,4,5,6,8,9.

To get a feel for the system jarasan you have to run the calculations for about 30 results and then look at them.

Basically in a nutshell that is my system. Can Excel do it?

This information is worth Millions of dollars-for those who have eyes to see, and hears to hear.

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Excel is the application, you would be creating a worksheet or spreadsheet, specifically with your formulae and formatting of data input and results. Excel provides for a myriad of functionality for manipulation and analyzing data.

Yes, I think excel can do what you want.  What you need to do is put your calculations into mathematical formula form using variables, integers, and operands. Next construct a flowchart for the results of your formulas from the initial data you input to what final results you are calculating for.

There are some very skilled Excel people on this site, that if they had the neccessary components they could build it for you, maybe offer or work out some compensation and they may come knocking. I am not an Excel expert, I maintain it for end users, use it, and can mess it up,  but I have never had the opportunity to dive deeply into it.

Another thing to try is this:

It is cheap and from what I understand a real good start to getting to know the nuts and bolts of Excel.  I bet you could get a good start on Excel in a couple of weeks.  Knowledge is power, sometimes it is worth the wait.

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 Posted: June 25, 2007, 11:47 pm - IP Logged

HELLO THERE!!

Is There A Good Programer OUT THERE? Who Is Willing TO Write A Program?

All i Ask In Return Is A Free Copy Of The Program.

I Have Discovered A System To Predicti The Winning Numbers DRAWN From The Previous Drawing.

WELL I AM BACK I WAS LOCKED OUT SEVERAL MONTHS AGO, BECAUSE I POSTED A LINK TO THE TEXAS LOTTERY WEBSITE--I don't know why there is no discernment in type of links.

ME TOO!!!!!!!!!!!

NEED A DARN GOOD PRO FOR a darn g@@d system

QUICK-TRIX

IT did work WELL,.....but, now we ODK find it (Miranda)

& some LUV to lisen to ODK>>>>>>>>>>@ work\$\$\$

LOL>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>to all on the ............POST!

PSYKOMO

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If you are looking for someone to write a lotery program you might want to try rentacoder.com or elance.com

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I have been waiting for your response. Glad to know you are back.

What do you want me to do next? I will try my best to come up with an excel computation according to the system you provided. I am now registered as DAVIDLN07 since I cant access my previous account, its been a while since the last time I log in.

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Has this thread died? I sure hope not.

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