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"The A Train": At The Speed Of Benjamin$

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LAVERNE MALONEY's avatar - smallgirl

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Posted: July 22, 2009, 3:36 pm - IP Logged

This is the same issue that I think most of us are dealing with. There are some very good systems put out by members here at LP. Each new one that comes along we backtest and find that we would have won on such-and-such day and decide we'll start using that method. However, after a couple of days of losing we decide it doesn't work and move on to the next "new" system to come along. I'm just as guilty of this as everyone else here. I see some real potential in this system, the only problem I'm having is understanding how to effectively use it for "one-state-only" plays.

Hello there Shawn67, the hits are ongoing. It is not going to work everyday. However, OK seems to be getting hits & that is great for a one draw state. That tells me that they are running a great deal of pre-tests perhaps to come back around to the same line or a line above or below the last draw or so.

In the beginning of the thread I list the single Vtracs in their original form, then I show how I am seeing them. Track to see how often you get hits from each arrangement of the single Vtracs in your state. Then go to the double Vtracs (DVT) & track. I'm finding that if a state has a hit in any of the DVT lines & you are not expecting the # to be a double however you are expecting another DVT to show, play the remaining #s for the state or filter them down, it may result in a hit. Now clearly that is going out there, but...it happens!

Shawn67, there are many systems & yes we try a few & if they don't work regularly, then we perhaps put them on the back burner. Their is another area of # study & that is # classifications or # types. & as the cliche goes, "that's a whole 'nother show". 

# classifications, exactly what is represented within the three digits & what is not. Is your state lacking in a zero or a one? To be brief, I have put together # sets, yes I have many, many #sets. But I look at the main classifications, the greatest # distinctions. #s that do not contain a zero or a one, #s that do contain a zero & or a one, all odds, all evens. Then the doubles sets. Their will always be some type of # rotation going on in your state. Look for the # classification, is your state staying within a classification...is it trading back & forth between two classifications...? You must play in which the #s are running. Then you will begin to see which classifications are most likely to follow each other. 

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    Posted: July 22, 2009, 3:49 pm - IP Logged

    So, what set would you say the evening draw will come from?

    Kbones, you should take the time with the previous history & this method, map it all out & let's compare notes.

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      Posted: July 22, 2009, 4:19 pm - IP Logged

      Laverne maloney, would be a great suggestion if had any clue as to the system or any other system. I apologize, I'm new to lp as well as new to to the lottery game. It's going to take me quite a bit of time to learn, but I am up for the challenge. Thank you anyway though.

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        Very impressive LAVERNE MALONEY I like this concept.

        Very well thought out. Very well done indeed. Thank you for sharing.

        pcnut

        "Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it."

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        S.C.'s weekly-indicative random pairs: 05, 12, 13, 16, 18, 23, 34

        Enjoy

        pcnut

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          Posted: July 22, 2009, 4:33 pm - IP Logged

          Laverne maloney, would be a great suggestion if had any clue as to the system or any other system. I apologize, I'm new to lp as well as new to to the lottery game. It's going to take me quite a bit of time to learn, but I am up for the challenge. Thank you anyway though.

          Welcome, & if you are truly up to the challenge get a Premium Membership. Look at the upper left side of the page & you will see a big yellow start, click on it & compare the memberships. I chose the Platinum Membership because I want some of everything.

          You can also be on your way to getting some hits in Georgia if you copy the # sets in the first part of the post & put the actual draw & the date beside the A1 or A2, etc. that way you will at least see some of what is happening in your state. You may want to play the same line where the actual draw was found or perhaps a line above or a line below. It happened today as it is posted in the example above. Here is the link:  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/196655/1357658

          Best wishes to you!   

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            Posted: July 22, 2009, 4:37 pm - IP Logged

            Thank you, Laverne maloney.

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              Posted: July 22, 2009, 4:39 pm - IP Logged

              Very impressive LAVERNE MALONEY I like this concept.

              Very well thought out. Very well done indeed. Thank you for sharing.

              pcnut

              You are welcome pcnut & thanks for the warm words.

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                Thanks for explaining to me.  In your reply to Shawn67, I realize that some info from the Vtrac courses is different from the Vtrac info you discuss.  To me, A#919 would be v525 making a double vtrac.  That's what I meant about a double vtrac.

                You're using the Julian Calender to get these numbers, right.

                I love your system that I desperately need to learn Excel and find an easier way to get the numbers.  It's always reflecting the winning numbers, except recently the numbers are turning around and changing pattern; therefore, I'm more cautious.  I use it with two other systems to narrow the exact, but this is a nice easy way.

                 

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                  Thanks for explaining to me.  In your reply to Shawn67, I realize that some info from the Vtrac courses is different from the Vtrac info you discuss.  To me, A#919 would be v525 making a double vtrac.  That's what I meant about a double vtrac.

                  You're using the Julian Calender to get these numbers, right.

                  I love your system that I desperately need to learn Excel and find an easier way to get the numbers.  It's always reflecting the winning numbers, except recently the numbers are turning around and changing pattern; therefore, I'm more cautious.  I use it with two other systems to narrow the exact, but this is a nice easy way.

                  I do not have an "A#919". I am not using the Vtrac pick 3 doubles. You have to keep what you have learned in the Vtrac courses separate from what I am showing here until you can understand each method fully & separately.

                  I am not using the Julian Calendar to get the numbers. Go back & reread the first part of the post.

                  I do not use Excel.

                  When #s change course & different patterns are errupting, make notes & find where the changes are happening in your state because it will happen again. 

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                    Posted: July 23, 2009, 4:14 am - IP Logged

                    I'm showing some of the one draw states. Find the state & either go up one line, down one line or in the same section to see the state's performance. For example, look at A1, Western Canada for July 19, the next hit is found on A2, July 21, 2009 down one line. Then look at A2, Western Canada, go up one line & you will see the hit for July 22, 2009. 

                    A1: 012 013 014 023 024 034 123 124 134 234

                    Sun, Jul 19, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 1-3-2

                    Wed, Jul 22, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 0-4-1

                     

                    A2: 017 018 019 028 029 039 128 129 139 239

                    Tue, Jul 21, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 1-3-9

                    Fri, Jul 3, 2009 Wisconsin Daily Pick 3 9-3-0

                    Mon, Jul 6, 2009 Wisconsin Daily Pick 3 1-0-8

                    Mon, Jul 6, 2009 Washington Daily 1-9-0

                    Tue, Jul 14, 2009 New Mexico Pick 3 2-9-0

                    Wed, Jul 15, 2009 New Mexico Pick 3 8-2-1

                    Sat, Jul 18, 2009 Ontario Pick 3 2-3-9

                    Mon, Jul 20, 2009 Louisiana Pick 3 8-1-2

                     

                    A3: 062 063 064 073 074 084 173 174 184 284

                    Fri, Jul 3, 2009 Oklahoma Pick 3 0-3-6

                    Sat, Jul 4, 2009 Oklahoma Pick 3 0-7-4

                    Wed, Jul 8, 2009 Washington Daily 6-0-2

                    Tue, Jul 21, 2009 Ontario Pick 3 0-4-6

                    Tue, Jul 21, 2009 Louisiana Pick 3 6-0-2

                    Sat, Jul 4, 2009 Idaho Pick 3 8-0-4

                    Mon, Jul 6, 2009 Idaho Pick 3 7-0-3

                    Fri, Jul 17, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 3-1-7

                     

                    A4: 067 068 069 078 079 089 178 179 189 289

                    Sat, Jul 18, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 2-9-8

                     

                    A5: 512 513 514 523 524 534 623 624 634 734

                    Thu, Jul 2, 2009 Arizona Pick 3 2-4-5

                    Sat, Jul 4, 2009 Arizona Pick 3 6-3-2

                    Mon, Jul 13, 2009 Ontario Pick 3 3-4-6

                    Tue, Jul 14, 2009 Ontario Pick 3 5-2-4

                     

                    A6: 517 518 519 528 529 539 628 629 639 739

                    Mon, Jul 6, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 9-2-6

                    Sun, Jul 5, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 7-9-3

                    Sun, Jul 19, 2009 Idaho Pick 3 6-3-9

                    Mon, Jul 20, 2009 Idaho Pick 3 3-7-9

                    Tue, Jul 14, 2009 Quebec La Quotidienne 3 9-5-1

                     

                    A7: 562 563 564 573 574 584 673 674 684 784

                    Wed, Jul 15, 2009 Quebec La Quotidienne 3 3-6-5

                    Wed, Jul 15, 2009 Ontario Pick 3 6-7-4

                    Fri, Jul 17, 2009 Ontario Pick 3 4-6-7

                    Wed, Jul 1, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 7-6-3

                     

                    A8: 567 568 569 578 579 589 678 679 689 789

                    Fri, Jul 3, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 9-7-5

                    Sat, Jul 4, 2009 Western Canada Pick 3 9-6-8

                    Mon, Jul 20, 2009 Ontario Pick 3 9-8-5

                    __________

                    Experiment with the # sets by comparing A1 to A3, A1 to A4 etc., meaning skipping two lines or more up or down to see if your state is getting the next hit in that manner. Above I compared A1 to A2, then A2 to A3 & so on.

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                      I took the # sets in this post & put them all together. I didnot post the actual draw combinations, however the date & midday or evening is posted I believe correctly. I wanted to see which # sets were getting hits in this state & also the frequency of hits on the same line, next line, etc.. Here is an example using SC. Try it in your state.

                      SC: July 1-25, 2009 

                      A1: 012-7/03M 013-7/10M 014 023 024-7/10E 034 123 124 134-7/15E 234-7/23E

                      A2: 017 018 019 028-7/02E 029 039 128 129 139 239

                      A3: 062 063 064 073 074-7/04M 084 173 174 184 284

                      A4: 067 068 069 078 079 089-7/08E 178 179 189 289

                      A5: 512 513 514 523 524 534 623-7/09E&7/22E 624 634 734

                      A6: 517 518 519 528 529 539 628 629 639 739-7/20E

                      A7: 562 563 564 573-7/09M&7/19E 574 584 673 674 684 784

                      A8: 567 568 569 578-7/11M 579 589 678 679 689-7/02M 789-7/01E

                      DVT1: 016 027-7/21M 038-7/14E 049 127-7/16M 138 149 238 249 349

                      DVT2: 051-7/21E 052 053-7/06M 054-7/17E 162 163 164-7/01M&7/16E&7/22M 273 274-7/07M 384-7/13M

                      DVT3: 056 057 058-7/24M 059 137 168 169 278-7/06E&7/25M 279-7/15M 389

                      DVT4: 516 527 538 549-7/05E 627 638 649-7/12E 738 749 849

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                        I took the # sets in this post & put them all together. I didnot post the actual draw combinations, however the date & midday or evening is posted I believe correctly. I wanted to see which # sets were getting hits in this state & also the frequency of hits on the same line, next line, etc.. Here is an example using SC. Try it in your state.

                        SC: July 1-25, 2009 

                        A1: 012-7/03M 013-7/10M 014 023 024-7/10E 034 123 124 134-7/15E 234-7/23E

                        A2: 017 018 019 028-7/02E 029 039 128 129 139 239

                        A3: 062 063 064 073 074-7/04M 084 173 174 184 284

                        A4: 067 068 069 078 079 089-7/08E 178 179 189 289

                        A5: 512 513 514 523 524 534 623-7/09E&7/22E 624 634 734

                        A6: 517 518 519 528 529 539 628 629 639 739-7/20E

                        A7: 562 563 564 573-7/09M&7/19E 574 584 673 674 684 784

                        A8: 567 568 569 578-7/11M 579 589 678 679 689-7/02M 789-7/01E

                        DVT1: 016 027-7/21M 038-7/14E 049 127-7/16M 138 149 238 249 349

                        DVT2: 051-7/21E 052 053-7/06M 054-7/17E 162 163 164-7/01M&7/16E&7/22M 273 274-7/07M 384-7/13M

                        DVT3: 056 057 058-7/24M 059 137 168 169 278-7/06E&7/25M 279-7/15M 389

                        DVT4: 516 527 538 549-7/05E 627 638 649-7/12E 738 749 849

                        Here is a follow up for August so far still using SC as the example. Notice how close in proximity the August 2009 dates deliver the hits on the same line as compared to July 2009. I will use the same format as above. For example: on line A1: 012-7/03M, this time same line, around the same date, different #. You can use this info as a guide.

                        A1: 012 013 014 023-8/04-E 024 034 123 124 134-8/9-E 234

                        A2: 017 018 019 028 029 039 128 129 139 239

                        A3: 062 063 064 073 074-8/02-E 084 173 174 184-0/06-M 284

                        A4: 067 068 069 078 079 089-8/05-E 178 179 189 289

                        A5: 512 513 514 523 524 534 623 624 634 734-8/08-M

                        A6: 517 518 519 528 529-8/14-M 539 628 629 639 739

                        A7: 562 563 564 573 574 584-8/10-M 673 674 684 784

                        A8: 567 568 569 578 579 589 678-8/04-M 679-8/01-E 689 789

                        DVT1: 016 027-8/03-M&8/06-E 038 049 127 138-8/13-M 149 238 249 349

                        DVT2: 051 052 053 054 162 163-8/08-E&8/12-M 164 273 274 384

                        DVT3: 056 057-8/03-E 058-8/05-M 059-8/07-M 137 168-8/13-E 169 278-8/12-E 279 389

                        DVT4: 516 527 538 549 627 638 649 738 749 849