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Posted: March 8, 2009, 3:01 pm - IP Logged

Diamond,

Thanks for the advice. I realize that those numbers are rare for p2, that's why I would select 20 from those listed. Previous drawings have shown that 20 has hit more than any other 20ish number in p2, and I feel like it should be hitting again very soon.

I have thought to keep it down to 4 numbers, but I also wanted to keep my (+) (-) variable. I guess I can still do that, but from those numbers select the higher probability... I just wanted to show ALL the possible numbers that I came up with. 

So, do you think I should continue with the position selection, or just the pool of numbers that I did on the previous post? I would like to keep the numbers down to at least 21.

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    Posted: March 8, 2009, 3:27 pm - IP Logged

    chillwill,

    I see what you mean. Keep two charts for comparison, the available numbers from the workout in each positions, and the ones you reduced based on hot/cold towards the position. This way, after few weeks you're able to see how close the second chart with the lesser number in each position is doing. 

    Since this is a daily game except Sunday. The numbers change from hot to cold really fast, to take this into an account, within the 4 numbers per P keep a mixture of 3/1 ratio for hot/cold. 

    Yes, please continue with the pool of numbers along with the reduced one. 

    I usually keep the max pool for wheeling at 15, that's a bit less than half, so when 3 numbers from 15 hits there will be multiple lines with 3 out of 5 when playing with 10 lines.

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      Posted: March 9, 2009, 11:29 am - IP Logged

      Lets say you were to figure out a way to filter down potential picks to lets say 4 digits that has a good possibility of showing for position #1 in your pick 5 game but didnt know what other digits to play with them, how would you go about picking the rest and how much would you play for, since you have 4 digits to use independently for the first position?

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        Posted: March 9, 2009, 11:59 am - IP Logged

        Lets say you were to figure out a way to filter down potential picks to lets say 4 digits that has a good possibility of showing for position #1 in your pick 5 game but didnt know what other digits to play with them, how would you go about picking the rest and how much would you play for, since you have 4 digits to use independently for the first position?

        Of course the other positions can get a little tricky, and I don't use the same reasoning for all positions. Okay, so you have your picks for position #1, I would base my position #2 picks on whether I feel a single digit number will hit, or a number between 10 and 19. I look back at the history of the second position: How many single digits hit within a week (6 drawings), and how many 10 thru 19 numbers hit within that same time frame for position #2. Also, to narrow it down a bit more, I've noticed that the most popular single digit numbers for position #2 is 6, 8, and 9 and 10, 13, 14, 15, and sometimes 17 for the other.

        The third position is usually numbers between 11-19 & 21-29. Again check the history to find which hits more 11 thru 19 OR 21-29. Keep in mind that MOST of the time you see more than three consecutive drawings for either set of numbers. Ex: 14,17,18,19 or 21,23,25,27. There is usually a break in between, so if you have three in a row chances are the next number will not be in the same group.

        Fourth position: Usually 22-29 or 30-34. Normally no more than 5 consecutive draws for 22-29, the sixth should be 30-34 or quite possibly, although very rare, 18, or 19.

        Position #5: Kind of hard to pin down, but with the recent drawings all being in the 30's, I think it's about time for a 20ish number. 27, 28, and 29 are my favorites, but if more 30's come up 34, 35, and 32.

         

        Personally, I would play up to $20 on some occassions, but normally $10. I hope all this makes sense, and if so I hope it was helpful. Remember, you can always take a little information from lots of places and piece them all together to find something that works for you! Good Luck!

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          Posted: March 10, 2009, 10:34 pm - IP Logged

          Just thought I would share what I played tonight:

          I am wheeling 15 numbers into 10 lines

          2, 3, 4, 9, 12, 14, 17, 20, 21, 22, 25, 27, 29, 31, 34

          3     4     9     27     31
          14     17     21     27     29
          2     14     17     22     31
          2     4     14     21     25
          2     3     12     20     27
          9     22     25     27     34
          3     12     21     31     34
          2     9     17     29     34
          9     12     20     21     22
          4     20     25     29     31

          This particular set of 15 numbers has been hot the last 100 draws - matching all five drawn numbers a total of 8 times, and having 4 of 5 of the drawn numbers 8 times also.  We'll see how they do tonight.  The last time they matched all five was Feb 21st.