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We already know that .......Most of the time at least one digit will repeat in the next draw right........ just not in the same postion as the last draw

Well then ....if wewheel just the single numbers that have one of the three digits from the last draw each day ........and just use just those single numbers ....... it will ALWAYS.....give us just 527 straights back.

That was easy right ?

Think about that one little step for a moment ......  Instantlyreduce the 1000 straights by almost half by just following the firstStep.

Use only single numbers .......   leaves 720 singles

Use only the numbers that contain at least one of the last draws digits.    leaves 527

Use only the numbers that don't contain digits in the same postion as the last draw.   leaves  317

Thats it !

Now, start your plays from here...... 317 each day and hit it STRAIGHT most of the time !

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P34 Lotto and LottoMatrix3 have that filter also and maybe other programs do too(?).

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Next, 50% filters, Any-one of the filtered wheelers have some of those!

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For other filters, some programs have same filters and some have some unique filters for them.

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I guess that was my input on this business.

Great Idea WinD!

Good Luck!

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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The second more advanced Crunch (Crunch 2) can also do it.

On the left were it says "Commands" pick <AddList:

Then on the right were it says "Filter selections" pick Numbers>

Now there PASTE your list of 300 + or 500 or what ever amount of source numbers.

Next:

On "Commands" pick:

<SubtractList:

Now on "Filter Selections" pick:

Numbers>

Now you will have:

<SubtractList:Numbers>

Now enter, that is paste the history of numbers that you want to substract from the source that you pasted first.

Next:

Click on the red box that says "Crunch"

That is all for that one.

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(List of source of numbers)

<SubtractList:Numbers>
(List of past winning numbers)

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Now hit "Crunch"

Thanks, I used your method. This is what I come up with for Fla Mid 5/17/09, using combined draws and roots as my filter. If I did everything right.

OUTPUT DATA:
Priority: 1
032 - 052 - 072 - 432 - 832 - 472 - 842 - 652 - 862 - 475 - 675
Priority: 2
635, 653 - 835, 853
Priority: 3
058, 805, 850
Priority: 4
045, 054, 405, 450
No. of Results   : 22
No. of Selections: 15
No. of Priorities: 4

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Hi phileight,

It is so great the way peope are willing to help others on this forum.  Thanks for writing the oode for this.

Since I am not very informed on VBA, could you help me with understanding what I'm seeing or if I messed up with the sequence order.

Column A --Took the draws for Georgia Evening game from Jan. 1, 2008 thru today.  This gave me 504 rows in Column A.

Column B - Took 225 numbers and placed them in Column B.

Executed the macro.  Placed 225 into input window.

Column C - This is where I am somewhat lost.  The results in Column C consisted of 225 numbers.

Is the amount of numbers in Column C the first 225 that have not hit in the last 504 draws or are they the ones that have hit.  Some numbers are repeated in Column C.  Does this mean they have hit more than once?

or

are the numbers in Column B , starting with 226....those that do not have any adjecant info in Column C, the numbers that have not hit.  I am unsure which is the correct numbers to look at for the results.

Is the value placed in the input window always going to be the amout of numbers shown in Column C?

I know I've asked alot of questions, but any help would be greatly appreciated.  Since I asking questions, let me ask one more.  Win D showed a list of 317 numbers.  Is there anyway to cut and paste them into excel and then use some feature or functions to convert them into a single column for use in Excel?

Perdicto

ThanksPerdicto for those questions to phileight...... which are the same as mine.

Thanks for Lantern's and Carbob's input on this .....excellent .

We could actually have this  .........in more than one way.

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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Hi phileight,

It is so great the way peope are willing to help others on this forum.  Thanks for writing the oode for this.

Since I am not very informed on VBA, could you help me with understanding what I'm seeing or if I messed up with the sequence order.

Column A --Took the draws for Georgia Evening game from Jan. 1, 2008 thru today.  This gave me 504 rows in Column A.

Column B - Took 225 numbers and placed them in Column B.

Executed the macro.  Placed 225 into input window.

Column C - This is where I am somewhat lost.  The results in Column C consisted of 225 numbers.

Is the amount of numbers in Column C the first 225 that have not hit in the last 504 draws or are they the ones that have hit.  Some numbers are repeated in Column C.  Does this mean they have hit more than once?

or

are the numbers in Column B , starting with 226....those that do not have any adjecant info in Column C, the numbers that have not hit.  I am unsure which is the correct numbers to look at for the results.

Is the value placed in the input window always going to be the amout of numbers shown in Column C?

I know I've asked alot of questions, but any help would be greatly appreciated.  Since I asking questions, let me ask one more.  Win D showed a list of 317 numbers.  Is there anyway to cut and paste them into excel and then use some feature or functions to convert them into a single column for use in Excel?

Perdicto

Predicto

the purpose of this code was to compare the value in col B to the values in col A and put any value from col B that did not have a matching number in col A in col C.   a number in col C only indicates it was not found "exact order" in col A.

the value in the input window tell the program how many of the numbers in col A to look at.  your choice  30 days or 300 or more

can you cut and paste Win D's list?  you should be able to since he did have a comma between each number.  I would copy the data, paste to wordpad or notepad as a text file. then inport into Excel as comma seperated values.

better plan would be to read some of his previous post to see how he determines these numbers. they would be different for you unless you are playing the same game

back to my code for a moment. put say 10 values in col a, 5 or 6 in col b make 2 or 3 match col a and a couple not match then run the code.  that will be easier to see how it works

p8

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Predicto

the purpose of this code was to compare the value in col B to the values in col A and put any value from col B that did not have a matching number in col A in col C.   a number in col C only indicates it was not found "exact order" in col A.

the value in the input window tell the program how many of the numbers in col A to look at.  your choice  30 days or 300 or more

can you cut and paste Win D's list?  you should be able to since he did have a comma between each number.  I would copy the data, paste to wordpad or notepad as a text file. then inport into Excel as comma seperated values.

better plan would be to read some of his previous post to see how he determines these numbers. they would be different for you unless you are playing the same game

back to my code for a moment. put say 10 values in col a, 5 or 6 in col b make 2 or 3 match col a and a couple not match then run the code.  that will be easier to see how it works

p8

p8,

Thanks for creating the macro, but I think it's not working right. In Col A are the draws, 721 of them; in Col B are the 317 combos. When I run the macro and enter 721 in the window, I get the same 317 combos in Col C. Am I missing something?

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Carbob,Win D, Predicto

since you all seem to be having the same wrong results I have to assume there is a problem with my code.  I tested it before I posted it,with just a few #'s and it worked as expected .  I will set up a larger file to verify it and get back to you all.

p8

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Thank you phileight for your efforts.... I know everyone appreciates you helping on this.

In the mean time....  I can't believe I missed an old post on this ......more than a year ago ...on this very subject.  When I invisioned this method several years ago..... I ended up high and dry ...or twisting in the wind trying to find a  filtering method .... but to no avail ..  and so there it has just sat ....dead in the water. What a waste of time until now.

This morning I did a search on this subject.....and here is what I found .

Unbelievable .... how in the World ....could I have missed this post !  So sad ....all the wasted time and effort ......

Lotsoft software users...

Download the revised version of the tool......toward the end of the post....not the first version.

The only real failure .....is the failure to try.

Luck is a very rare thing....... Odds not so much.

Odds never change .....but probability does.

Win d

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Chaz, I don't remember this post either and I think maybe Ricky forgot about it. Chaz, post the correct steps to use with this tool.

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i used ky as a history file and Win D 317 numbers. it does what its designed to do. the first 4 #'s in col C using my data were the same as col B because they had not hit in last 500 games. after that it skipped 1 or more . I ended up with 181 unhit combinations

Predicto  I copied and pasted Win D's numbers . my system put all the #'s in 1 row. I'm sure Excel has a method to change that to columns, but since i'm not familiar with that function i just wrote a vba to move the data from row to col

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Thank you phileight for your efforts.... I know everyone appreciates you helping on this.

In the mean time....  I can't believe I missed an old post on this ......more than a year ago ...on this very subject.  When I invisioned this method several years ago..... I ended up high and dry ...or twisting in the wind trying to find a  filtering method .... but to no avail ..  and so there it has just sat ....dead in the water. What a waste of time until now.

This morning I did a search on this subject.....and here is what I found .

Unbelievable .... how in the World ....could I have missed this post !  So sad ....all the wasted time and effort ......

Lotsoft software users...

Download the revised version of the tool......toward the end of the post....not the first version.

Ricky created this tool for me.

I wanted to use something where I could enter in the last 7 days draws and have it determine a set of numbers,,, usually around 250 of them.

What I ended up doing is using it as a tool to reduce a bunch of numbers like 317 sets to 120 sets by entering previously called numbers and so on.

If you want to keep certain pairs in play, enter the pairs you want on the "pairs to eliminate" line click create picks and then take the results and enter them into the str8's to elim. to get back the pairs you originally wanted to keep...(you have to delete the pairs you listed in the pairs to keep line to do this)

So, if you have 317 str8's and you want to eliminate the last 1000 draws, put the 317 original str8's in the top area, and then copy the 1000 recent draws into the srt8's to elim area and enter... it will usually reduce the number of plays from 317 to 117-120

you can then get creative using other tools to help reduce this further... or continue to use this tool using other ideas, like reducing all cd pairs etc.

Its a great tool to have around... I use it daily... hope this helps.

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

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Thanks, I used your method. This is what I come up with for Fla Mid 5/17/09, using combined draws and roots as my filter. If I did everything right.

OUTPUT DATA:
Priority: 1
032 - 052 - 072 - 432 - 832 - 472 - 842 - 652 - 862 - 475 - 675
Priority: 2
635, 653 - 835, 853
Priority: 3
058, 805, 850
Priority: 4
045, 054, 405, 450
No. of Results   : 22
No. of Selections: 15
No. of Priorities: 4

The number was in the original 317, I tried to get fancy and filtered it out. Results for Fla Mid was 186!!

 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 032 035 042 045 052 053 054 056 057 058 059 062 065 072 075 082 085 092 095 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 130 132 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 142 143 145 146 147 148 149 150 152 153 154 156 157 158 159 160 162 163 164 165 167 168 169 170 172 173 174 175 176 178 179 180 182 183 184 185 186 187 189 190 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 230 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 243 245 246 247 248 249 250 253 254 256 257 258 259 260 263 264 265 267 268 269 270 273 274 275 276 278 279 280 283 284 285 286 287 289 290 293 294 295 296 297 298 302 305 310 312 314 315 316 317 318 319 342 345 350 352 354 356 357 358 359 362 365 372 375 382 385 392 395 402 405 410 412 413 415 416 417 418 419 432 435 450 452 453 456 457 458 459 462 465 472 475 482 485 492 495 602 605 610 612 613 614 615 617 618 619 632 635 642 645 650 652 653 654 657 658 659 672 675 682 685 692 695 702 705 710 712 713 714 715 716 718 719 732 735 742 745 750 752 753 754 756 758 759 762 765 782 785 792 795 802 805 810 812 813 814 815 816 817 819 832 835 842 845 850 852 853 854 856 857 859 862 865 872 875 892 895 902 905 910 912 913 914 915 916 917 918 932 935 942 945 950 952 953 954 956 957 958 962 965 972 975 982 985
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This is a very good method, you have to be careful and not use too many filters. Here are the stats for a digit repeating in Fla Mid. This is for any position. The False means no repeats, any position and the most it has skipped is 5 draws.

 REPEATS MAX MED HITS AVG SKIP FALSE 5 1 267 1.37 1 TRUE 14 3 98 3.72 0
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Just a test for Fla eve

• Results:  16 box combination groups  (38 straight combinations)

Tier 3
018(108,180) 032(230,302) 045(054,450) 056(065,650) 058(085,805) 147(174,417) 274(472,742)

Tier 2
057(750) 072(207) 148(418) 164(416) 209(902) 243(342) 245(254) 246(642)

Tier 1
345

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We hit again in WC... 2 days in a row now...lol

123 picks this time.. .\$25.75 online to rake in \$225.00

We are all Lucky... just some of us don't realize it!

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I just downloaded that Flast7 program it can also work without Lotsoft.

You can paste a source of numbers on it, then enter the last past draw on it and then paste the straights to eliminate, that is the strraights that you want to filter out from the source of numbers, then click on create output.

That is all.

If you want to you can also enter pairs on it and any numbers from the source that have any of those pairs on them will be filtered out.

Then you can copy whatever numbers are left (Given by the program) and paste them into the Lotsoft wheeler and use the wheeler's filters to filter them out even more.

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By the way, the LotSoft wheeler can also filter out pairs from a source of numbers or from all the numbers.

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