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Patterns on a play slip

Topic closed. 16 replies. Last post 8 years ago by MysteryMan424.

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MysteryMan424's avatar - batman22
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Posted: November 25, 2008, 6:17 pm - IP Logged

Mabye if you took the last thirty draws- typically five games per playslip you would need 5 playslips then fill in the results for the last 30 draws, then arrange them across or vertical with tape. Next stare at them and pretend you are conducting a roarsach test then you'll be able to determine what the next pattern would be and play accordingly.

    MysteryMan424's avatar - batman22
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    Posted: November 26, 2008, 9:15 am - IP Logged

    That rag Lotto News has a chart for the pick 10 game, the digits 1-80 listed vertically, and the draw dates horizontally,and a black dot indicating the digit drawn for the corresponding drawing. After a few weeks of drawing data, look at the results you will detect a pattern. If only one could develop a method of predicting where the next black dot will land. Ive tried it using refracting angle projections,manually by eye. Mabye there is a way a computerized program can process the data and create its projection of where the black dots will land next? Making the chart is easy, pen paper and ruler developing the projection method is the tough part. Another chart is to make 80 circles 8 rows of 10 write in the digits 1-80 and make copies for each individual pick-10 drawing. Take one of the copies date it and shade in the results with a pencil. When you put each drawing side by side the "spatter" shifts from drawing to drawing. Take into account repeat spatter and new shifting spatter, you have a good idea where the next digits are going to be.