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# Using Inspector 4 To Analyze Sums For The Pick 5 & Pick 6 Games

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I know that this may seem a bit way out there. However, it works if you want to see the most popular & the least popular sums of the pick 5 & pick 6 draws. There are programs especially for the pick 5 & pick 6 games. However, I'm showing the versatility in using the Inspector 4 Number Set Analysis.

First, you can get the results for the pick 5 & pick 6 games by using the Search Past Results feature. I show you how to do it & also how to keep an "auto update" of your results in the following thread: Getting More From The Search Past Results.

I was inspired by the post created by three bears, here is the link:

Ok now let's get into using the Inspector 4 to analyze sums in the pick 5 & pick 6 games.

Three bears was looking for patterns for the Cash 5 in Texas. So of course...you guessed it...I went to the Search Past Results. I selected Texas, then pick 5 game, then put in the 01-09 & set the Minimum #s to match at 1. & I will show you a snapshot of the results below.

Game(s): Texas Cash 5

Match Type: Numbers in any position

Minimum Numbers to Match: 1

Date range: Past 30 Days (Aug 7, 2007 - present)

19 drawings matched the search criteria specified

 Draw Date State Game Results Sat, Sep 1, 2007 Texas Cash 5 01-09-15-29-37 Fri, Aug 31, 2007 Texas Cash 5 03-10-11-21-26 Thu, Aug 30, 2007 Texas Cash 5 05-22-25-26-33 Wed, Aug 29, 2007 Texas Cash 5 01-02-29-34-36 Tue, Aug 28, 2007 Texas Cash 5 02-08-09-11-18 Sat, Aug 25, 2007 Texas Cash 5 09-14-24-28-34 Fri, Aug 24, 2007 Texas Cash 5 05-25-30-35-37

As you know the Inspector 4 Number Set Analysis is set up of course for the pick 4. HOWEVER, by putting zeros in front of the 2 digit pick 5 & pick 6 draws you can still get a sum analysis.

I took the #s from the 7 sets above & input the digits in the following manner: 0001,0009,0015,0029,0037, etc.

As you know the Inspector 4 Number Set Analysis is set up of course for the pick 4. HOWEVER, by putting zeros in front of the 2 digit pick 5 & pick 6 draws you can still get a sum analysis.

I took the #s from the 7 sets above & input the digits

in the following manner: 0001,0009,0015,0029,0037, etc.

Here are the Sum results, when you do it for yourself you

will see root sums as well:

 Sums: 0 0 0% 1 3 8.6% 0001 0010 0001 2 4 11.4% 0011 0002 0002 0011 3 3 8.6% 0003 0021 0030 4 1 2.9% 0022 5 3 8.6% 0005 0014 0005 6 3 8.6% 0015 0033 0024 7 4 11.4% 0025 0034 0034 0025 8 4 11.4% 0026 0026 0008 0035 9 5 14.3% 0009 0036 0009 0018 0009 10 3 8.6% 0037 0028 0037 11 2 5.7% 0029 0029

Look at the last 2 digits in the sets of 4 digits, when the last 2 digits are added together this tells what sums appeared the most & the least. You can see somewhat of a pattern using a small sample of 7 sets of draws. Sum 9 made five appearances. Sums 2, 7 & 8 appeared four times etc. This is vital information for it tells you the most & least popular sums drawn during a particular time frame.

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Laverne, I tried that for the pick 6 lottery in Canada, called 649.

I entered six digits between the numbers 1 and 49, and I put a 0 in front of the numbers but it still said that the input was incorrect.

It didn't give me any answers other than that?

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Elizabeth03, you have to put 2 zeros in front of the results or the pick 6 lottery in Canada 6/49.

I went to Search Past results & input the 01-09 as previously stated. Here are 2 draw results:

 Wed, Aug 29, 2007 Multi-State Canada Lotto 6/49 07-21-22-24-30-31, Bonus: 29 Sat, Aug 25, 2007 Multi-State Canada Lotto 6/49 09-19-31-35-39-42, Bonus: 01

Remember Inspector 4 is setup to handle pick 4s. Look at the first draw results for the Canada 6/49, the entries will look like this: 0007,0021,0022, etc.

After entering 4 digits in the Inspector 4 your results will look this:

 Sums: 0 0 0% 1 1 7.1% 0001 2 0 0% 3 2 14.3% 0021 0030 4 3 21.4% 0022 0031 0031 5 0 0% 6 2 14.3% 0024 0042 7 1 7.1% 0007 8 1 7.1% 0035 9 1 7.1% 0009 10 1 7.1% 0019 11 1 7.1% 0029 12 1 7.1% 0039 13 0 0%

As you can see sums 3 & 6 are the most popular in the 2 draws.

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Elizabeth03, you have to put 2 zeros in front of the results of the pick 6 lottery in Canada 6/49.

Typo.

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 Sums: 0 0 0% 1 1 7.1% 0001 2 0 0% 3 2 14.3% 0021 0030 4 3 21.4% 0022 0031 0031 5 0 0% 6 2 14.3% 0024 0042 7 1 7.1% 0007 8 1 7.1% 0035 9 1 7.1% 0009 10 1 7.1% 0019 11 1 7.1% 0029 12 1 7.1% 0039 13 0 0%

Sum 4 has the highest percentage rate. Sums 3 & 6 are tied for second place.

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 Posted: September 5, 2007, 2:43 pm - IP Logged

You can also apply the methods in this thread to the 4 + 1 & the 5 + 1 games. For example Kentucky Cashball, Mega Millions etc.

As for bonus balls you may try to enter them separately to see exactly what sums are appearing.

Once you see what sums are involved & their percentage rates you will begin to see patterns based on draw history & time frames.

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 Posted: September 5, 2007, 4:33 pm - IP Logged

Elizabeth03, you have to put 2 zeros in front of the results of the pick 6 lottery in Canada 6/49.

Typo.

I forgot to mention that when the draw is a single digit (6) etc., you must enter 3 zeros along with the draw digit to fill the 4 digit position.

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What about the second column, what does that mean? And how far back do people look at draws?

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 Posted: September 5, 2007, 9:35 pm - IP Logged

The second column under sum is how many times the sum appeared.

It is up to you how far you want to go back & research.

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 Posted: September 5, 2007, 11:49 pm - IP Logged

I put this in my other thread as well:

I just thought of something. The Inspector 3 will work with this, it's less keystrokes because you will only have to use 1 zero for a 2 digit # & 2 zeros for a single digit # & it will still give the desired output.

WOW!

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Laverne,

Would you be OK if we moved both threads to the Systems forum?  I first thought Jackpot forum, but now I'm thinking it should be in the Systems forum.  What do you think?

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Todd, whatever you decide. But your choice seems to be the most logical now because the tools are located under Systems.

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<Moved to Lottery Systems forum>

I'll move the other thread too.  Interesting stuff!

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Raven62 was very kind to post the data from the previous Powerball draws. I then took the data & pasted it into the Inspector 3 Number Analysis to see the sums:

Here is the link to the post to which I am referring:

 Raven62New JerseyUnited StatesMember #18150June 28, 20055080 PostsOnline WB=White Ball & the Data is from the 2005/08/31 thru 2007/09/05 draws for PowerBall.Here's the Deflate for the PowerBall only:    * Results: 33Tier 14014(014,014,014,041,014,014,014,014,041,014,014,014,014)Tier 13001(010,001,001,010,010,010,001,001,001,010,001,010) 023(023,032,023,032,023,032,023,032,032,032,023,023)Tier 12030(003,030,003,003,030,003,003,003,003,030,003)Tier 10013(031,013,013,013,031,031,031,031,013) 020(020,002,002,020,020,002,002,020,020)Tier 9037(037,037,037,037,037,037,037,037)Tier 8029(029,029,029,029,029,029,029) 021(012,021,012,012,012,012,012)Tier 7036(036,036,036,036,036,036) 017(017,017,017,017,017,017) 042(042,024,024,024,024,024) 035(035,035,035,035,035,035)Tier 6006(006,006,006,006,006) 018(018,018,018,018,018) 005(005,005,005,005,005)Tier 5016(016,016,016,016) 015(015,015,015,015) 038(038,038,038,038) 011(011,011,011,011) 026(026,026,026,026) 019(019,019,019,019) 009(009,009,009,009)Tier 4008(008,008,008) 028(028,028,028) 025(025,025,025) 004(040,004,040)Tier 3039(039,039) 027(027,027) 022(022,022) 033(033,033) 034(034,034)Tier 2007(007)Input:013 036 037 016 001 006 008 014 017 023 017 028 010 015 029 017 023 021 038 017 030 039 027 022 033 032 001 036 014 039 011 018 037 014 001 042 003 006 014 017 007 041 014 036 037 030 010 014 037 029 039 022 023 026 020 033 037 019 031 032 013 029 042 035 024 033 010 024 014 014 037 027 024 013 038 038 010 019 003 035 008 011 012 025 034 023 032 034 020 013 015 005 021 006 031 029 015 023 035 032 002 009 031 016 001 025 001 002 003 012 026 020 016 005 008 012 009 019 024 007 001 012 035 005 004 041 029 020 008 038 025 011 014 040 015 005 034 005 029 026 031 038 036 004 031 030 017 014 014 037 010 016 015 032 003 024 002 006 036 032 018 003 005 003 001 036 016 023 018 018 019 017 011 010 009 006 040 025 023 002 006 029 028 036 028 022 026 027 035 028 018 026 035 020 035 037 003 014 030 011 012 003 009 020 009 012 037 019 029 013 018

 Sums: 0 0 0% 1 13 6.2% 001 010 001 001 010 010 010 001 001 001 010 001 010 2 15 7.1% 011 020 011 020 002 002 020 020 011 002 011 002 020 011 020 3 20 9.5% 021 030 003 030 003 012 021 003 012 012 012 030 003 003 003 003 030 012 003 012 4 17 8.1% 013 022 022 031 013 013 013 031 031 004 040 031 004 031 040 022 013 5 33 15.6% 014 023 023 032 014 014 014 041 014 014 023 032 014 014 023 032 005 023 032 005 005 041 014 005 005 014 014 032 032 005 023 023 014 6 21 10.0% 006 015 033 042 006 033 042 024 033 024 024 015 006 015 024 015 015 024 006 006 006 7 14 6.6% 016 007 025 034 034 016 025 016 007 025 034 016 016 025 8 23 10.9% 008 017 017 017 017 017 026 035 035 008 035 026 008 035 008 026 017 017 026 035 026 035 035 9 21 10.0% 036 027 036 018 036 027 009 009 036 036 018 036 018 018 009 036 027 018 009 009 018 10 18 8.5% 037 028 037 037 037 037 019 037 019 019 037 019 028 028 028 037 037 019 11 13 6.2% 029 038 029 029 038 038 029 029 038 029 038 029 029 12 3 1.4% 039 039 039 13 0 0% 14 0 0% 15 0 0% 16 0 0% 17 0 0% 18 0 0% 19 0 0% 20 0 0% 21 0 0% 22 0 0% 23 0 0% 24 0 0% 25 0 0% 26 0 0% 27 0 0% Root Sums: 0 0 0% 1 31 14.7% 037 001 028 010 001 037 001 037 010 037 037 019 010 037 010 019 001 001 019 001 037 010 001 019 010 028 028 028 037 037 019 2 28 13.3% 029 038 011 029 020 029 038 038 011 020 029 002 002 020 029 020 038 011 029 038 002 011 002 029 020 011 020 029 3 23 10.9% 021 030 039 039 003 030 039 003 012 021 003 012 012 012 030 003 003 003 003 030 012 003 012 4 17 8.1% 013 022 022 031 013 013 013 031 031 004 040 031 004 031 040 022 013 5 33 15.6% 014 023 023 032 014 014 014 041 014 014 023 032 014 014 023 032 005 023 032 005 005 041 014 005 005 014 014 032 032 005 023 023 014 6 21 10.0% 006 015 033 042 006 033 042 024 033 024 024 015 006 015 024 015 015 024 006 006 006 7 14 6.6% 016 007 025 034 034 016 025 016 007 025 034 016 016 025 8 23 10.9% 008 017 017 017 017 017 026 035 035 008 035 026 008 035 008 026 017 017 026 035 026 035 035 9 21 10.0% 036 027 036 018 036 027 009 009 036 036 018 036 018 018 009 036 027 018 009 009 018
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 Posted: September 6, 2007, 4:27 pm - IP Logged

Laverne,

To get a total picture of the PowerBall Drawings you need to Inspect the Data from both Posts in the other Thread. The first post was just the white balls and the second post (above) is just the PowerBall.

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