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last night cash 5 texas and this week...so close

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Posted: June 25, 2009, 12:56 pm - IP Logged

last night i bet 21 lines for cash 5 using a 14 number wheel. i derived the numbers using a number correlation method and hit 3 out of 5 numbers for the second time this week (yes i actually bought the tickets). i had all of last nights winning numbers in my pool. does anyone have a more in depth wheel filtration system?? i'm sure that with 100 lines i could have nailed the jackpot.

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    Posted: June 25, 2009, 1:31 pm - IP Logged

    last night i bet 21 lines for cash 5 using a 14 number wheel. i derived the numbers using a number correlation method and hit 3 out of 5 numbers for the second time this week (yes i actually bought the tickets). i had all of last nights winning numbers in my pool. does anyone have a more in depth wheel filtration system?? i'm sure that with 100 lines i could have nailed the jackpot.

    CONGRATS on getting 3 out of 5! Thats Great!  Thumbs Up

    I would first keep trying the wheel system you have since you hit, see if you can consistantly hit for 3 of 5 then shouldn't be long for 4 or **5** out of 5!!

    Money won is twice as good as money earned!

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      Posted: June 25, 2009, 1:42 pm - IP Logged

      Hey, xandercage, congrats on your hits!  There is a spreadsheet called LottoDesignerXL (freeware) that I use that may help you.  You can probably find it if you use google.  Anyway, it lets you set up wheels by choosing the numbers to put in it, the number of lines you want, etc.  The nice thing about it is that you can also set some constraints to your wheel (ie.  the number of low/high numbers per line, the number of even/odd numbers per line, etc.)  which can help filter out some lines.  The program basically optimizes your numbers for max spread and coverage.  I use it quite a bit.