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DNA Method - Pick 5

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MAdMOney20, was your extractions done with or without the excel sheet? Looks like it was done without. Yes, with the right optional set included to the real numbers (from previous draw) one can find next winning numbers.

Yes, it was done without Excel sheet. I usually don't use Excel anyways, The thing with me is I sit down at my desk and make out the extractions the way I want, old fasion way lol. I never tried excel before, has excel got you any good results diamondpalace?

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Hand made is good. It have its quality. I use both; by hand and excel. Depending on the amount of time I have the sheet can accelerate the process. Overall I get 50/50 success with both methods to the system. When I get more time, going to tweak it for version II.

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Im starting to figure this DNA system out, but what Im stuck on is the **OPTIONAL SUBSTITUE NUMBERS**, do I use them 7 out of the 12 lines/extractions?

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Im starting to figure this DNA system out, but what Im stuck on is the **OPTIONAL SUBSTITUE NUMBERS**, do I use them 7 out of the 12 lines/extractions?

Hi asmith39,

I can help you with that. The "Optional Substitute Numbers" aka "Optional Numbers" (-/+) + 0,1,2,3 are to be used with the previous results to increase or decrease the sum after -/+ between the real numbers.

Say, previous result is: 1-2-3-4-5 and for one of my extraction I would like to use 1 and 2 from the available "real numbers".

Then there are two ways I can use 1 and 2, either adding or subtracting between the two. Let's do both for this small demo.

4 + 5 = 9

5 - 4 = 1 (for subtraction use bigger number to subtract the smaller number)

That's the possible outcome of the two real numbers using -/+.

But I wanted a 12 instead, this is where "Optional Numbers" comes in. To get increase the sum of 9 (from 4 + 5) I would use +3 from optional numbers.

For pick 5 get 12 numbers from 12 extractions. For pick 3/4 get 5 - 7 numbers from 12 extractions.

Hope this helps.

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You're welcome Koda3535.

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Hi DiamondPlace, did I do the following DNA right?

Texas Cash 5 Drawing Result 2-25-09: 6-10-15-29-37

1)6-10=4

2)29-37+3=11

3)29-2=27

4)6+10+15-1=30

5)6-15-37+2=18

6)29+10=39

7)10+15-3=22

8)6+15-29-1=7

9)29-15+3=17

10)6-3=3

11)15+1=16

12)6-29+2=25

Numbers I get to play for 2-26-09: 4,11,27,30,18,39,22,7,17,3,16,25.  Did I do the DNA right?

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Texas Cash 5 Drawing Result 2-25-09: 6-10-15-29-37

1)6-10=4

2)29-37+3=11 <-- keep it simple, use 10 + 1 = 11.

3)29-2=27

4)6+10+15-1=30  <-- keep it simple, use 29 + 1 = 30.

5)6-15-37+2=18  <-- keep it simple, use 15 + 3 = 18.

6)29+10=39

7)10+15-3=22

8)6+15-29-1=7 <-- keep it simple, use 6 + 1 = 7.

9)29-15+3=17 <-- keep it simple, use 15 + 2 = 17.

10)6-3=3

11)15+1=16

12)6-29+2=25 <-- keep it simple, use 10 + 15 = 25.

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You're doing great. Keep it simple is the key, unless you really need certain sum that require equations using 3 real numbers, and 1 optional set number. Complexity are there for when simplicity cannot offer. Otherwise, keep it simple to keep the process fast, and fun.

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hey is there by any chance you can get me a clue to what the lucky 5 evening (indiana) numbers might be i'm a little confused with the system (i'm slow lol)

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Hello,

I used this system for the Missouri Show Me Cash Game using the previously drawn numbers from Thursday, Feb. 26th--8-12-35-36-37.  I came up with the first five numbers as 4, 36, 34 26 and 19 and the rest of the numbers were 7, 35, 18, 8, 5, 22 and 1.  I played the first set and the second set I used 8-18-22-34 and 5.

I hit 2 numbers on my second bet, but the ironic thing is I went to the MO Lottery website and went to Check My Tickets--and I entered both bets.  The first set of numbers came in on Dec.15, 2008 for a jackpot of \$65,000.00!!

I want to make sure I am using your system correctly, so could you verify my numbers that I selected when you have an opportunity to do so?

The next question I have is, what do you do when you obtain a number that is beyond the range of numbers that the game uses?  For example, using numbers: 17 32 42 49 56---when I get to the 4th step, I get 115 and on the 5th step, I got 72.

Reggi

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need help the last numbers were 1 15 16 17 25 cant figure out the dna help please....

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hey is there by any chance you can get me a clue to what the lucky 5 evening (indiana) numbers might be i'm a little confused with the system (i'm slow lol)

Hi, all the numbers are lucky! ;) Take your time and read the first post few times and the rest of the tread should answer your questions. If you need clarifications on anything after, please let me know. Thanks.

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Hello,

I used this system for the Missouri Show Me Cash Game using the previously drawn numbers from Thursday, Feb. 26th--8-12-35-36-37.  I came up with the first five numbers as 4, 36, 34 26 and 19 and the rest of the numbers were 7, 35, 18, 8, 5, 22 and 1.  I played the first set and the second set I used 8-18-22-34 and 5.

I hit 2 numbers on my second bet, but the ironic thing is I went to the MO Lottery website and went to Check My Tickets--and I entered both bets.  The first set of numbers came in on Dec.15, 2008 for a jackpot of \$65,000.00!!

I want to make sure I am using your system correctly, so could you verify my numbers that I selected when you have an opportunity to do so?

The next question I have is, what do you do when you obtain a number that is beyond the range of numbers that the game uses?  For example, using numbers: 17 32 42 49 56---when I get to the 4th step, I get 115 and on the 5th step, I got 72.

Reggi

Nice, next time you'll be able to bring home that \$65K!

"I want to make sure I am using your system correctly, so could you verify my numbers that I selected when you have an opportunity to do so?"

Would have to see your extractions for verifications.

"what do you do when you obtain a number that is beyond the range of numbers that the game uses?"

If you're doing the extractions by hand then don't add up numbers for sums above the lotto game maximum number. Simply ignore them if they are from the excel sheet.