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waldorf maryland
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Posted: July 29, 2007, 2:20 am - IP Logged

have been working on a lottery system for the bonus match 5 1/39 (due to the fact that i am not clever enough to understand other peoples systems)  I use is excel for this task   i have a database of all the past games.how i start is to find which numbers have skiped more than 6 games and put them in one group I then put all numbers that are under 6 skips in another group then i break the numbers in to two diffrent sub groups1-9 ,10-19,20-29,30-39 and 5 hit freqency groups black (being the lowest) gray(low) green(avg) red(high) yellow(very high) I select numbers to play based on which groups are trending and which groups are lacking i have had very modest wins from this system. are there any other ways to select numbers..... thank you

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    Posted: July 30, 2007, 8:11 am - IP Logged

    It seems to me that the BM5 numbers seem to hit much more often than a "skip" of 6. Skips of 0, 1 and 2 seem much more active. If you focus in on the numbers with a "skip" of 6 or less you will get more hits.

    I think the trick to BM5 is to find a way to catch the numbers that repeat (skip = 0) in the next game and "key" them.

    There are hundreds of ways to select the numbers and your way seems like a valid way. It looks like you need to tweek it a little.

    You could try looking at the last 15 draws and selecting the numbers that have hit the most in that group.

    Try charting repeats and see if there is a pattern you can take advantage of. Good luck! 

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