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Accuracy Counts

Topic closed. 1 reply. Last post 10 years ago by RJOh.

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bobby623's avatar - abstract
Thread Starter
San Angelo, Texas
United States
Member #1097
January 31, 2003
1528 Posts
Posted: January 1, 2008, 4:04 pm - IP Logged

Accuracy counts!

While the gap strategy was created to help pick numbers for wheels, it can
be used for the daily games.

I used the workout for Texas P3 and Daily 4 during November and December. In just about
every instance, I missed the winning numbers by one number. It was so
bad, I was thinking about changing my computer name to - missed by one!

I decided to stop playing. I did some in-depth study and I think I have found the
problem - sloppy record keeping.

In several instances, I placed lottery numbers in the gap number streams, and
vice versa. As a result, my Position Indicators and Alpha Choices were offset by up to 3 places.

All of my Before/After triples charts were suspect.

As result, I lost confidence in the data streams.

The only fix was to start over, which I did. I've been very careful and I'm sure my data streams are now 100 percent accurate.

I also decided to use combined data streams, rather than separate streams,  for
the Day and Night drawings. This has reduced the workload, which I think
caused the errors.

I will soon have enough new data to start generating numbers again.

If you are using gap strategy to predict numbers, or plan to start, I strongly
recommend that you take care to not make mistakes. I didn't and had to discard
a lot of data for the 7 lottery games that I track.

I'm sure some LP members will suggest I adopt some type of computer
program. Good idea, but, I would rather continue with my paper and pencil methods.

Thanks for your interest.


    RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
    United States
    Member #9
    March 24, 2001
    20210 Posts
    Posted: January 5, 2008, 8:39 pm - IP Logged

    "I'm sure some LP members will suggest I adopt some type of computer program. Good idea, but, I would rather continue with my paper and pencil methods."

    You're right.  I have a computer program that I enter game results by date and if the dates are out of order, I can sort the file by date with latest date last.   I wrote the sort routine so it can also be used to sort the file by the numbers in the combinations also which comes in handy depending on what I'm trying to do.

    Using a computer program allows me to correct any mistakes in the data that come to my attention and generate a new copy of the analyzed results in seconds so no work done in the past is totally worthless once the data is corrected. 

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy winning ones * 
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