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# Predicting Next Wins and Particle Locales

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 Posted: August 4, 2007, 2:46 pm - IP Logged

Recently read one of the many internet articles on Probability, it linked me to the ‘Uncertainty Principle’ article explaining locales of subatomic particles.  Go figure.  However, I find that the explanation (modified below) applies to next digits to be drawn in a Pick 3 or 4 lottery.

Our current inabilities won’t allow us to determine the specific day or an exact win date for a single digit's next occurrence, we can only deal in probabilities of a next win date for numbers. There remains a certain non-measure or unpredictability for forecasting that next winning date of any digit.

The inability to accurately predict the outcome or drawing for a Daily Lottery (1st ,2nd ,3rd , or 4th  digit in positions of win of course) is not a problem with calculation or imprecision or insufficient technology. It is simply the nature of the lottery-- we cannot know the outcome of future events.

Past Patterns of wins and short trends may be observed (and studied) but Only in past occurrences.  A lottery is proof positive of the Uncertainty principle.

If a single digit in a specific position has skipped more than a hundred days, it is highly probable that digit will be drawn within the next twenty drawings.  That would be a good probability.

(physicists can predict Only in probabilities that a particle will be in a particular region at a specific time)

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 Posted: August 8, 2007, 2:40 pm - IP Logged

Wow, you're telling me about Pick 3 and Pick 4. Good luck to these states participating in these games.

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Yes Just6ntlc

just my observations and assertion of a daily lottery win selection.

Oh,   was  somewhat impressed with your last months stats.  Good luck keep at it.

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 Posted: August 9, 2007, 6:24 pm - IP Logged

Recently read one of the many internet articles on Probability, it linked me to the ‘Uncertainty Principle’ article explaining locales of subatomic particles.  Go figure.  However, I find that the explanation (modified below) applies to next digits to be drawn in a Pick 3 or 4 lottery.

Our current inabilities won’t allow us to determine the specific day or an exact win date for a single digit's next occurrence, we can only deal in probabilities of a next win date for numbers. There remains a certain non-measure or unpredictability for forecasting that next winning date of any digit.

The inability to accurately predict the outcome or drawing for a Daily Lottery (1st ,2nd ,3rd , or 4th  digit in positions of win of course) is not a problem with calculation or imprecision or insufficient technology. It is simply the nature of the lottery-- we cannot know the outcome of future events.

Past Patterns of wins and short trends may be observed (and studied) but Only in past occurrences.  A lottery is proof positive of the Uncertainty principle.

If a single digit in a specific position has skipped more than a hundred days, it is highly probable that digit will be drawn within the next twenty drawings.  That would be a good probability.

(physicists can predict Only in probabilities that a particle will be in a particular region at a specific time)

We can identify a hill of sand without knowing the precise location of every grain, so it would seem that lottery balls lie between 1000s of grains of sand at one end and quarks at the other in terms of precision required & info (measurables) known; and therefore some degree of imprecision may be acceptable ... and within our capabilities

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 Posted: August 9, 2007, 10:22 pm - IP Logged

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Thanks for your response.  Criticisms are mine (I don't mind a critique), especially if it can help improve a prediction for a lottery win.  Now that  said, exactly what are you stating?  We must accept imprecisness, especially when attempting to forecast future lottery wins.  Incapable right?

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 Posted: August 9, 2007, 10:34 pm - IP Logged

well on the day this number fell.

Wed, Aug 1, 2007 0-6-7-6

they were the coldest digits out by position in Md i played those digits

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 Posted: August 9, 2007, 11:31 pm - IP Logged

Can we agree that maybe it was a just your once in a while rare luck or chance?  Just took a look at your overall prediction stats-- I stand corrected, you are maintaining a 50 + percent average win.  Maybe its your calculations instead of just luck.  Will continue to check your stats, they're great.  Keep at it.

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Can we agree that maybe it was a just your once in a while rare luck or chance?  Just took a look at your overall prediction stats-- I stand corrected, you are maintaining a 50 + percent average win.  Maybe its your calculations instead of just luck.  Will continue to check your stats, they're great.  Keep at it.

Actually I'm not doing all that well in winning here in MD but i do have some methods i use and get in the ball park a lot except i play the wrong numbers or miss by one digit. I have won a lot of pick 4 boxes this year.

And your right it doesn't happen a lot but it dose happen a few times a year p4 sometimes they come out boxed. In my stupidity to know when the event might happen if i had only did what i knew i should have and played it 1 dollar straight instead of 50cent.

i use powertrails using the last 10 draw for both pick 3 and 4 games.

I track the numbers buy position longest digits out at the top of my list easier to track this way.

I compair the powertrails results with the longest out digits and try and find a pick 4 combination that is due or might come out.

In dealing with the longest out by position using the top 3 lines in each column will yield the winning number many times however there are to many combinations to play cost effectively so their is flaw in my method. Using observations of how the numbers actually fall and combining that info should produce some good winners.

I am looking at it another way but cant show examples yet, as i haven't got all the information together yet to post my latest attempt at narrowing down how to use the longest out digit list.

I will try and explain it in another post after i play a few on line solitary games. I'm trying to get the top score of ten people.

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 Posted: August 10, 2007, 2:09 am - IP Logged

I hope this comes out right when i post it.

numbers in blue highlights are last out by position

numbers in pink are resent hits

below in the flesh colored highlights are digits i highlighted because i have seen them show up time and again after i remove the digits that hit in the last draw. I select some of these to play.

on the far right the digits i highlighted in orange are the digits that came out from the midday longest digits out note in each frame i highlighted all the digits to the left and right

top and bottom of the numbers i removed that came out in the last draw. these are the digits i work with.

 last out by position 4293 1780 8009 2 9 6 0 8009 1567 1496 6 8 3 3 1496 2357 3714 8 1 7 9 3714 23580 9525 1 2 8 6 9525 680 3622 9 7 5 5 3622 4780 4428 3 4 0 2 4428 56790 7641 4 6 9 8 7641 23590 0047 7 0 1 1 0047 3589 0344 0 3 4 4 0344 15689 5527 5 5 2 7 5527 1689 Last 10 winning numbers posible picks 2 9 6 0 2960 8 3 3 2 9 6 0 2876 6 1 7 9 5 8 3 3 last nights 2401 8 2 8 6 6 7 9 winner 4086 1 7 5 5 8 1 8 6 5527 4062 9 0 2 1 2 5 9180 3 4 9 8 9 7 0 5 from 4 6 1 1 3 5 9 2 middays 7 0 4 4 1 8 last 0 3 4 4 7 6 2 1 outs 5 5 2 7 0 7 0 3 4 4

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 Posted: August 10, 2007, 5:41 am - IP Logged

Oh, it's not a criticism. Just offering another point of view...

Well, we know that some degree of impreciseness can still be profitable (depending on the game. E.g. pick 4: If you know the 4 digits but not the order, you play box. In my state a 24-way pays \$200

In Pick 5 (baby lotto) 4-of-5 can pay as much as a box in pick 4. In my state, 4/5 pays \$200, too. I'm aiming for 5 but, I can get paid for 4 (being 80% correct), and I don't have to care about the order. I'd have to be 100% correct in p4 to get the same pay (not counting doubles, etc.)

See, you don't even have to have all the correct numbers then. Imagine a 4 of 5 hit on Fantasy Five every so often. Plus, you just know that fifth digit is gonna be all yours at some point in the year. That's why I work with the pick5 and pick5+1 games, the chance to get paid for "partial" credit, while I wait.

Now, if you are strictly a pick 4 gamer, then to compensate for not knowing the order, you would need to place larger "box" bets.

I think some states even let you play front/back three of four.

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On Saturday, I played some Fla Cash 3 Back Pair Doubles and a few Cash 3 Straight for next two drawings.  The clerk confusingly said I had omitted a digit on a cash 3 and had mistakenly darkened the COMBO Box.  I told her to pick any number.  She chose the '8' iunfortunately the two was drawn 2 -33.  My luck.

----------------------------------yesterday's Blog stuff -----

My Florida Cash-3 Workout

Present Long Skips

2nd Position – Digit #7 out 25 draws

the # 9 out 17 draws and counting…

3rd Position – Digits #s 4 and 5 out 30 and 49 Draws

Three-day Window of Play

BACK Pair DBL – tonite or tomorrow nite Only

1st Position          no idea (slim chance of the 8/9 and the 3/4)

2nd Position           STRONG probability of a Repeat Digit

for tonite  that would be???  x 0 x; or 3/7.

3rd Position          8 or 9  strong likeliness within next three nights

these are simply my analyses.

Quackery/Science/Art:

( I maintain a monthly pencil and paper chart)

Value of Weights  the ½ means slim chance

A-B-C (in position 1st :A, 2nd :B, 3rd :C) good chance

\$ is best time to wheel it and it is highly probable.

a-b-c

 Aug 1/2 2/3 3/4 4/5 5/6 6/7 7/8 8/9 9/0 0/1 11 -  - c - - - a - - - - ½ - - - - - - - - - ½ b- \$ -  -  - -  ?  - 12 - -  c a-b- ½ b \$ -  ½ - -  ? - 13 a-b- a - - - -    \$ -  ½ - -  - - 14 - b - a - - -  ½ - -  - - 15 A - - - b- 16 ½ - - - b - 17 ½ - - - b -

Doubles in Front/Back (a \$ means it is very likely to win)

 Aug ab bc 11 -- \$ 12 \$ 13

Below is a work in progress.  I call it my plus or minus (last nites results in same positions of win) program.  similar to Tenaj’s Vtrac program.

a-b-c

 Aug 0/SR Five 1/9 2/8 3/7 4/6 Win # 8 -  - - 2 - - - 5 - 2 6 3 9 -  b - - 2 - 2 - - 9 8 9 10 - b - - 1 - 8 - - 5 0 6 11 -  b - -  \$ - -  b - 0 1 0 12 ½ - - -  \$ - 2 3 3 13 ½ - - -  \$ - 14 ½ - -

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 Posted: August 16, 2007, 5:40 pm - IP Logged

Wow, you're telling me about Pick 3 and Pick 4. Good luck to these states participating in these games.

Yes, I am.  Why not?  Saw some of your offers on Ebay and Now I understand your original comment.

 Picks 50 204 654 289 961 Hits 1 9 29 10 39 Hit Ratio 2.00% 4.41% 4.43% 3.46% 4.06% Winnings \$1 \$85 \$130 \$27 \$157 Prize Ratio 2.00% 41.67% 19.88% 9.34% 16.34%

Again thank U for reading what 'I' wrote about 'Pick 3 and Pick 4'.