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New York P10: 1/1 thru 1/31

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Posted: January 3, 2009, 11:23 pm - IP Logged

Replay 1/3 for 1/4

 

5, 7, 16, 19, 25, 31, 37, 51, 52, 60

2, 8, 11, 12, 15, 23, 27, 36, 48, 53

9, 14, 17, 20, 32, 33, 44, 45, 67, 78

If OBAMA'S The ANSWER

How STUPID was the QUESTION?

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    1/4 Results:

    3-8-11-17-19-23-27-35-44-45-48-56-57-60-64-72-73-74-75-78

    3-8-11-17-19-23-27-35-44-45-48-56-57-60-64-72-73-74-75-78

    3-8-11-17-19-23-27-35-44-45-48-56-57-60-64-72-73-74-75-78

    Note: Complete ball set for 10 in 3, in the realm of statistical propability and possibility, however strongly reconfirms 3 optimal sets for this game, no gap has occured hence score is high, if I could only "flatten" this. All selected numbers were unique.

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      Posted: January 4, 2009, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

      1/5

      01-07-09-31-40-41-43-49-51-65
      05-15-16-30-37-42-46-68-70-77
      06-18-20-33-36-47-53-66-67-76

      ab actu ad posse valet illatio - from the past one can infer the future

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        1/5

        5, 7, 16, 19, 25, 31, 37, 51, 52, 60

        2, 8, 11, 12, 15, 23, 27, 36, 48, 53

        9, 14, 17, 20, 32, 33, 44, 45, 67, 78

        If OBAMA'S The ANSWER

        How STUPID was the QUESTION?

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          Posted: January 5, 2009, 9:44 pm - IP Logged

          1/5 Results:

          04-05-08-09-10-15-16-23-24-26-27-29-47-48-54-57-60-68-70-80

          04-05-08-09-10-15-16-23-24-26-27-29-47-48-54-57-60-68-70-80

          04-05-08-09-10-15-16-23-24-26-27-29-47-48-54-57-60-68-70-80

          Note: a lesser result Today, gap between numbers 23 and 60 (except number 47) immediately cancelled 14 numbers (basically half) of selected numbers. (gap was of size 10 and on 1/3 of size 11, the same result followed: 7 of 30). have hard time deciding what constitutes gap, will refine this eventually.

          01-07-09-31-40-41-43-49-51-65
          05-15-16-30-37-42-46-68-70-77
          06-18-20-33-36-47-53-66-67-76

          ab actu ad posse valet illatio - from the past one can infer the future

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            Posted: January 5, 2009, 10:40 pm - IP Logged

            1/6

            01-07-31-40-41-43-49-51-58-65
            06-18-20-33-36-38-53-66-67-76
            13-30-37-42-46-59-61-63-77-79

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              1/6

              01-07-31-40-41-43-49-51-58-65
              06-18-20-33-36-38-53-66-67-76
              13-30-37-42-46-59-61-63-77-79

              Both the 30's and 70's (for the most part) dropped out in this drawing.  Dosent happen often (two categories dropping out) and of course, makes prediction more difficult.  I expected the 70's but not the 30's.

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                Both the 30's and 70's (for the most part) dropped out in this drawing.  Dosent happen often (two categories dropping out) and of course, makes prediction more difficult.  I expected the 70's but not the 30's.

                Thanks for the input! I have documented gap occuring in my prediction-sets and you have documented gap occuring in the numbers-drawn. Prediction-set gap one has control over by doing semi-equidistant selections across entire prediction-sets number field with no particular bias. Personally I avoid "filling-in" the gaps for the next draw with false hopes that there will be an equlibrium nor building history of gaps
                and try to sense out a pattern over time (pattern that does not exists really). And thats that.

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                  I understand you have your own method.  Great.

                  Actually the numbers drop/flow in a very particular order.   Many times in a less than "semi-equidistant" time period.  You can see where a number drawn came from analyzing each draw.  Sometimes from just a few previous draws or so.  This can be misleading though and the only way to counteract is by doing a number of plays so you catch numbers coming and get enough on one line for hopefully some sort of win.

                  I use this to my advantage every day scoring alot of useless 5 of 10's, cause I can't/refuse to afford the hundred or so dollars I need to cover all of them.

                  Thank you for bringing attenton to this game.  I thought I was one of the very few who played this game.

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                    I understand you have your own method.  Great.

                    Actually the numbers drop/flow in a very particular order.   Many times in a less than "semi-equidistant" time period.  You can see where a number drawn came from analyzing each draw.  Sometimes from just a few previous draws or so.  This can be misleading though and the only way to counteract is by doing a number of plays so you catch numbers coming and get enough on one line for hopefully some sort of win.

                    I use this to my advantage every day scoring alot of useless 5 of 10's, cause I can't/refuse to afford the hundred or so dollars I need to cover all of them.

                    Thank you for bringing attenton to this game.  I thought I was one of the very few who played this game.

                    Thanks for your feedback! Absolutely, various approaches to the game strategy are healthy. I was thinking on the wheeling question, lets say one spends 3$ a day or 1080$ a year (lets assume 360 days in a year), now if one confidence level is high enough to risk on a "trend" that one sees up to a particular point and unloads 270$ on a wheel permutation, so one could do that 4 times a year and burn the same amount of cash. I dont have not so much 360$ but rather confidence level in any particular draw! my planning is a day in advance:) 3$ a day, no patterns, (one could argue using fixed 3 sets a day in itself is a pattern:) or using all unique numbers. This is as good strategy as any, no better or worse. I am actually researching ways to generate non-algorithmic random numbers and inject them into daily predictions (but keeping some fixed base such as 3 sets and unique attribute). Whats not more perfect than true randomess chasing true randomness:)

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                      1/6 Result:

                      3, 4, 10, 19, 20, 24, 28, 30, 42, 44, 46, 49, 52, 59, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 74

                      3, 4, 10, 19, 20, 24, 28, 30, 42, 44, 46, 49, 52, 59, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 74

                      3, 4, 10, 19, 20, 24, 28, 30, 42, 44, 46, 49, 52, 59, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 74

                      Note: 9 in 30, all unique numbers selected (as usual) no visible gap(s) in numbers, think proper permutation (randomization) of numbers between the sets being predicted will help (now done by hand and inevitably creating bias)

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                        1/7

                        06-12-18-31-39-40-43-51-63-71
                        13-25-34-37-41-55-58-61-77-79
                        14-21-33-36-38-50-53-62-69-76

                        Note: still manual bias in the above selections for tomorrow. couldn't find proper random generator yet, to randomize selections some more  (not pseudo but real-world seed such as some physical system to AD converter, hardware based but so numbers can be read off web interface) should be fun.

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                          1/7 Results:

                          04-07-11-19-24-27-28-30-31-37-38-48-50-55-57-59-63-69-76-78
                          04-07-11-19-24-27-28-30-31-37-38-48-50-55-57-59-63-69-76-78
                          04-07-11-19-24-27-28-30-31-37-38-48-50-55-57-59-63-69-76-78

                          Note: 8 out of 30, sets still good enough (but not great, really want >=10 hits in 3 lines) for using non-algorithmic randomizer (see my blog),  5 numbers (below) covered 8 numbers (in range 1 thru 30) so the coverage wasnt bad. but this looks almost like symmetrical (none on the left all on the other side of number field) draw. 

                          06-12-18-31-39-40-43-51-63-71
                          13-25-34-37-41-55-58-61-77-79
                          14-21-33-36-38-50-53-62-69-76

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                            1/8

                            05-14-16-21-33-36-53-56-62-76
                            06-12-18-32-35-39-40-43-51-71
                            13-22-25-34-41-45-58-61-77-79

                            Note: No randomizer just yet, not happy with the number selections, number of hits is  too low for any decent chance catching more in-line. 30 unique number field is more than enough to catch at least 10.

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                              1/8

                              07-08-10-11-12-13-16-17-23-24-25-26-28-33-37-49-72-76-77-78
                              07-08-10-11-12-13-16-17-23-24-25-26-28-33-37-49-72-76-77-78
                              07-08-10-11-12-13-16-17-23-24-25-26-28-33-37-49-72-76-77-78

                              Note: fell back to 7 out of 30. un-happiness with number selections continues:) although sticking with it, of interest is performance over time, not an individual result.