San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 29, 2009, 1:55 pm - IP Logged

Form 2 - The Gap Strategy, GNR V2, worksheet.

GNR means GapNoRepeat. V2 indicates that counts in the 'HPI' stream (Row 24) are from Right to Left.

We will be using the G1 data stream in Form 1.

This is a new concept, but one that can be mastered in a short time.

Accuracy counts!

I'm going to use the Row and Column reference technique I used with Form 1. (R = row, C = column) r

If your Form 2 has been prepared, you should already have 5 F and 5 L entries in the 'FPI' row 4; numbers 1 to 10 in the 'G1 row 5; 10 capital letters in the 'HAI' row6; and 10 numbers (10 to 1) in the 'HA#' row7.

The 'row headers' will be explained later.

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To give you a heads up, when you have completed this part of the worksheet, you should have the following additions to the 4 rows.

Row4 -FPI - F1F1F1F2F3F4F1F2F1F1 Row5 -G1# - 1 2 3 5 7 9 4 8 6 10 Row6 -HAI - R A A R R R B B A A Row7 -HA# - 10 1 1 10 10 10 4 4 2 1

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This is how the new data is derived.

Referring to the G1 column on Form 1, add the 10 new active cells to the G1 Row Form 2. (1 2 3 5 7 9 4 8 6 10)

Beginning with '1' at R4C14, and ending with '10' at R4C23.

From here on, we will be making 'mental counts' to determine the 'HPI' entry for Gap number 1.

Beginning with '1' and counting mentally right to left, count the number of active cells to the '1' already in the G1 stream.

Start with L5, then L4, then L3, then L2, then L1, then F5, then F4, then F3, then F2 and then F1, which, at this point just happens to be in the R4/C4 cell in the FPI stream.

The count is 'F1'. That's right. Not a number. It's an 'identifier' (to be explained later)

Add Identifier 'F1' to the cell above the newly added '1' in the G1 stream.

Don't mark off the F1 in Row 4. This a history row that can be used to correct errors, to be explained later.

Referring to the 'HPI' sequence on Row 24, at bottom of the Form 2 worksheet.

Add 'F1' to the cell next to 'L5'

Count the active cells, going right to left, to the F1 already in the stream.

The count is 10

Mark off the original F1 and add 10 to the cell at Row 7/Column 14.

You should note that the information in Rows 1 and 2 at top of the work sheet indicates that, in the GNR V3 workout, '10' equals an 'R'

Therefore, put a 10 in the cell at R7/C14, and an 'R' in the cell at Row 6/C14.

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Beginning with the newly added '2' at R5/C15, and counting mentally right to left, count the number of active cells to the '2' already in the G1 stream.

The count is 'F1'

Add 'F1' in Row 3/Column 15 above the '2' in the G1 stream.

Referring to Row 24, add 'F1' next to the 'F1' at the end of the stream.

Count the active cells, going right to left, to the 'F1' already in the stream.

The count is '1'

Mark off the original F1 and add '1' to the cell at Row7/Column 15.

A '1' in Row 7 equals an 'A' in Row 6.

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Beginning with the newly added '3' at R5/C16, and counting mentally right to left starting with 'L5', count the number of active cells to the '3' already in the G1 stream.

The count is 'F1'

Add 'F1' to the cell at R3/C16 above the '3' in the G1 stream.

Referring to Row 24, add another F1 at the end of the stream.

Count the active cells, going right to left, to the F1 already in the stream.

The count is 1.

Mark off the original F1 in Row 24 and add '1' to the cell at R7/C16.

A '1' in Row 7 equals an 'A' in Row 6.

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Beginning with the newly added '5' at R5/C17, and counting mentally right to left starting with L5, count the number of active cells to the 5 already in the G1 stream.

The count is 'F2'

Add F2 to the cell at R3/C17 above the 5 in the G1 stream.

Referring to Row 24, add F2 at the end of the stream.

Count the active cells, going from right to left, to the F2 already in the stream.

The count is 10

Mark off the original F2 in Row 24 and add 10 to the cell at R7C17.

A 10 in Row 7 equals an R in Row 6.

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Beginning with the newly added '7' at R5C18, and counting mentall right to left starting with L5, count the number of active cells to the 7 already in the G1 stream.

The count is 'F3'

Add F3 to the cellat R3/C18 above the 7 in the G1 stream.

Referring to Row 24, add F3 at the end of the stream.

Count the active cells, going right to left, to the F3 already in the stream.

The count is 10

Mark off the original F3 in R24 and add 10 to the cellat R7/C18

A 10 in Row 7 equals an R in Row 6.

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Beginning with the newly added '9' in the G1 stream, count the number of active cells to the 9 already in the stream.

The Count is F4.

Add F4 to the cell at R3C19 above the 9 in the G1 stream.

Referring to R24, add F4 to the end of the stream.

Count the active cells, going right to left, to the F4 already in the stream.

The count is 10.

Mark off the orginal F4 in R24 and add 10to the cell at R7/C19.

A 10 in Row 7 equals an R in Row 6.

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The same procedure is used for newly added G1 numbers 4, 8, 6 and 10.

I'm not going to detail the steps for you.

If you follow procedure, you should obtain the data given in the 'heads up' entry.

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I realize this is new, somewhat complicated for beginners, but necessary for number generation down the road.

If you have questions, speak up now.

I hope I haven't made any typos! I usually make one or two.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 29, 2009, 4:54 pm - IP Logged

Forms 3, 4 and 5

As previously indicated, Form 3 provides a means to keep taps on and track the 'FPI' stream on Row 4.

FPI stands for Fixed Position Identifier. There are 10, First 5, F1 thru F5, and Last 5, L1 thru L5.

There will be more on FPIs later.

HAI stands for Hot Alfa Identifier. There are 10, AAA, BBB, CCC and R. HA# stands for Hot Alfa Number. There are 10, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 10.

In practice, the HAI and HA# data streams are combined, or reversed, to become 1A2A3A, 4B5B6B, 7C8C9C and 10R.

There will be more on Hot Alfas later.

The F and L identifier count is taken from Rows 4, and Rows 9, 14 and 19 as additional lottery numbers are added.

In this instance, the count totals are:

F1 7 F2 3 F3 2 F4 2 F5 1

L1 1 L2 1 L3 1 L4 1 L5 1

1A 4 2A 1 3A 1

4B 3 5B 1 6B 1

7C 1 8C 1 9C 1

10R 5

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Form 4 is the Before and After Triples chart. The source of the data is the HAI stream.

This how it works.

The initial HAI sequence is RCCCBBBAAA in Row 6, Columns 3 thru 13.

The first new HAI is R at Row 6/column 14.

The triple is formed by adding the R to last 2 letters in the R6 stream, which are AA.

The first triple then is AAR. The second triple is ARA. The third is RAA The fourth is AAR, followed by ARR, RRR, RRB, RBB, BBA and BAA.

The next triple has to begin with AA. This is an important feature of Gap Strategy, as will be shown later.

Here is how the B&As are logged on Form 4.

You should have already entered the three As as headers for Columns 4, 8 and 12; Bs as headers for columns 16, 20 and 24; Cs as headers for columns 28, 32 and 36, and R as the header for column 40.

The following is what the Form 4 will look like after the 10 triples have been logged.

A A A B B B C C C R 1A R 1R B 1A A. 1R A 1B A 1A R. 2A R 1R R. 1B A 1R B.

In practice, a line would be drawn across the first 1A R, and all other repeats when they occur, which is often.

Additional triples are logged under the appropriate headers as they are generated when additional lottery numbers are processed.

Note: The blank space under the column headers will be used for another purpose, to be explained later.

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Form 5 has already been discussed, which is to place dots at the juncture of a lottery number and a draw date.

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Six more lottery numbers will be added to Form 1 in the next post.

The 8 at R27C3 has been marked off. The 4 at R28C4 has been marked off. The 9 at R30C4 has been marked off. ------

Form 2

Row 4/Column 30 to 35: F1L4F2F1L3L4 Row 5/Column 30 to 35: 5 4 8 9 4 9 Row 6/Column 30 to 35: B C B C B B Row 7/Column 30 to 35: 4 7 5 3 5 4

The 4 at R5C31 and the 9 at R5/C33 have been marked off.

The new B&A triples are: CBB, BBC, BCB, CBC, BCB, CBB. These should be added to Form 4 in a manner already described.

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Providing these updates is becoming rather difficult to do.

Therefore, I'm going to take a different approach, but I'm not sure what it will be.

Although I'm not receiving any feedback, I know there are few players who are still with me, the ones who asked me to do this.

I've given sufficient examples of how the data streams are generated. If you can't do it on your own, then I guess you will have to go on to something else.

If you are having problems, you need to ask questions.

If you have caught on and can do it on your own, then go ahead and complete Round 1 at your own pace.

Central, Florida United States Member #4202 March 30, 2004 38 Posts Offline

Posted: July 29, 2009, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

Beginning with the newly added '2' at R5/C15, and counting mentally right to left, count the number of active cells to the '2' already in the G1 stream.

The count is 'F1'

Add 'F1' in Row 3/Column 15 above the '2' in the G1 stream.

Referring to Row 24, add 'F1' next to the 'F1' at the end of the stream.

Count the active cells, going right to left, to the 'F1' already in the stream.

The count is '1'

Mark off the original F1 and add '1' to the cell at Row7/Column 15.

A '1' in Row 7 equals an 'A' in Row 6.

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I would appreciate a little better explanation of what you consider active cells to get the count at F1.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 30, 2009, 12:40 pm - IP Logged

I would appreciate a little better explanation of what you consider active cells to get the count at F1.

Thanks

scrooge

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When I began this post, I knew there would be questions.

I decided that I would try to defer answering until all of the lottery and gap numbers have been processed according to the procedures given.

However, your question is important, and here is my answer.

In my opinion, any lottery system has to be dynamic.

The mere counting of numbers over a period of time and playing the ones that appear hot or cold is a favorite way lot of folks pick numbers. But, it's not enough.

When I designed Gap Strategy, I wanted it to have any many dynamic features as possible.

The Fixed Position Identifier scheme is one of those features.

There are 10 lottery numbers, 10 G1 numbers and 10 G2 numbers. Therefore, there are 10 fixed position identifiers - F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, L1, L2, L3, L4, L5.

Fixed means that the arrangement doesn't change.

There is a major exception, such as the Hot Position Identifiers (HPI) on Row 24 of the worksheet. These do vary, and are used to generate the Before & After triples.

The 'F' numbers generally apply to lottery and gap numbers that don't come up as often as other numbers. The 'L' numbers generally apply to lottery and gap numbers that seem to show up frequently.

Of course, we know that lotteries are dynamic, and numbers that appear Hot this week can be cold ducks next week.

Here is an example of a gap worksheet data stream and how the F and L numbers are assigned to lottery and gap numbers.

If the next gap n mber is 5, the FPI is 'F3', which sits directly above the number 5.

The initial 5 is marked off, giving a revised active number gap stream 1 3 7 9 0 2 4 8 6 5

An unfortunate side effect of this scheme is that the gap stream eventually has a mix of active and marked off numbers. Therefore, a 'neat' picture, as in the example, isn't possible.

One could pull out the active numbers and lay them out under the FPI stream, but this is not recommended. The gap stream has to remain whole.

Using the 'mental count', as previously described, is best fix to the problem of cluttered data streams.

We know what the fixed position identifier sequence is. We know the count has to go from right to left.

Therefore, we can find the correct "F" and "L" numbers without disturbing the stream.

We also know that 'F1" will always sit above the first number in the 10 gap number sequence. The number changes, but the FPI remains fixed. We also know that the L5 always sits above last number in the gap sequence.

Hope this answers your query.

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I'm sure there are other questions, but processing the lottery numbers in the manner described is the important thing.

We can discuss the 'meaning' of the various features when we get to number generation.

I realize this is complicated process, but, believe me - you (generic) will soon be able to process a gap number quickly. All you need now is experience. Doing repetitive task might be boring, but you only have to do this once.

Next: Critique of Round 1 and initiating Round 2 worksheets.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 30, 2009, 1:58 pm - IP Logged

Review of Round 1

Showing additions to data streams cluttered with active and marked off numbers is causing a lot of confusion.

As an alternative, I'll assume that those interested in adding Gap Strategy to their number prediction schemes know how to process Texas Pick 3 lottery numbers.

I've included all of the appropriate instructions and given examples.

I'm sure there are questions, but, all will be answered when the worksheets are current and we get into the number generating technique.

Round 1.

Form 1 - Distribution and Count Chart

Amid the clutter of active and marked off numbers, the last 10 active lottery numbers, which are in Column 15 are:

5 6 4 8 1 9 3 2 7 0

The last 10 active G1 numbers, in column 16, are:

4 3 10 2 9 7 8 5 1 6

The last 10 active G2 numbers, in column 17, are:

5 2 9 4 10 6 8 7 1 3

The Short Term (ST) inventory tally for lottery numbers are:

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 30, 2009, 7:20 pm - IP Logged

GNR V2 Round 2

Form 1

When we started Round 1, we didn't have much information. As result, we had to begin by using basic number sequences in the #, G1 and G2 columns.

We didn't have any Long Term information, no Last Round inventories, no Short Term results.

At the end of the Round, we had processed, according to certain rules of procedure, 133 lottery and gap numbers. This allowed us to initiate a worksheet that generated additional data inventories that will guide number generation.

We will now use the same standard graph paper (81/2x11) to log 133 and process 133 additional lottery numbers.

A major difference now is that the #, G1 and G2 columns begin with hard data taken from Round 1, Distribution and Count chart.

To start, we will use the margin of the graph paper to mark off 44 rows and 34 columns.

Rows 1 and 2 provide space to identify the page as the Distribution and Count Chart, Round 2, for Texas Pick 3, combined lottery numbers beginning with the 072409 drawing.

The column headers on Row 4 are the same as for Round 1.

To begin, enter the last 10 active lottery numbers from Column 15, the last 10 G1 numbers from column 16 and last 10 G2 numbers from column 17.

Remember, an active number is one that has not been marked off. There are always 10 active numbers.

Therefore, this is the number sequence for the 3 columns

The 243 at Rows 15, 16 17, Column 3 are the next lottery numbers to be processed.

A major problem, for me, is trying to show the numbers after they are processed is that I have no way to identify a number that has been 'marked off'.

Showing the number sequences minus the mark offs is a major distortion and leads to significant confusion.

My position at this point is that I don't have to show examples, or demonstrate a procedure. If players who want to use Gap Strategy have actually and successfully processed 133 lottery numbers, then they don't need any more examples. They know exactly what to do. I suspect that they are probably ahead of me, have processed all the numbers up the 073009 Day drawing, and are ready to start generating numbers.

Players who would like to try something different, but haven't been able are unsure how to process a number correctly are really behind the curve, so to speak. Maybe they can catch up with additional practice.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 30, 2009, 8:09 pm - IP Logged

Form 2, Workout GNR V2 - Round 2

The format for Form 2 is the same as for Round 1.

A standard sheet of grap paper is turned sideways to provide 34 rows and 44 columns.

Rows 1 and 2 are used to identify the workout and some of its features.

The worksheet format is as follows.

Beginning at Row 4, Column 2:

FPI F1F2F3F4F5L1L2L3L4L5 G1# 4 3 10 2 9 7 8 5 1 6 HAI A C R C C C R C A B HA# 2 7 0 9 8 8 0 9 1 6

The numbers in G1# are the last 10 active numbers found on Row 20 on the initial Form 2. The HAI letters are the last 10 generated by the process found on Row 21 on the initial Form 2. The HA# are the last 10 generated by the process found on Row 22 of the last worksheet.

Row 24 HPI: L1L4F2L2F1F5F4L5L3

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The last 2 letters 'AB' in the HAI row are the first two letters in the next triple. There are four possibilities, ABA, ABB, ABC and ABR.

The HAi/HA# combinations (last two are A1 and B6) are for reference only.

The newly generated data will be added to respective streams, just as it was on the initial worksheet.

There is nothing new here. The data shown has already been tabulated in the inventories.

To separate previous data from the new data, I usually draw a vertical line between columns 13 and 14.

The new Gap numbers are added and processed one at a time, using the procedures given previously.

The associated inventories and B&A charts are updated accordingly.

There are enough graph cells on row 4 to process 27 additional lottery numbers.

Four additional lines, Row 9, 10, 11, 12,,,,14, 15, 16,17,,,,19, 20,21,22, are available. A new worksheet must be initiated when 133 new Gap1 numbers are to be processed.

There is sufficent space at bottom of the sheet for 4 rows of HPI data.

Generate and log the Before and After triples immediately after processing 3 consecutive lottery numbers.

Don't forget to keep the inventories updated to maintain an accurate count.

This concludes information on how to initiate and maintain the various data streams.

I'm assuming players will go ahead and log the remaining lottery numbers up to and including the 073009 day and night drawings.

The logs need to be updated after each drawing so that they are always current, which they will have to be in order to be used for number generation.

If you have questions or need additional guidance, don't hesitate.

Central, Florida United States Member #4202 March 30, 2004 38 Posts Offline

Posted: July 30, 2009, 8:35 pm - IP Logged

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Same question as before:

Beginning with the newly added "2" at R5/C15, and counting mentally right to left, count the number of active cells to the "2" already in the G1 stream. The count is F1.

It looks to me, like it should be F2. How did you get F1 ?

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 30, 2009, 9:45 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by scrooge on July 30, 2009

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Same question as before:

Beginning with the newly added "2" at R5/C15, and counting mentally right to left, count the number of active cells to the "2" already in the G1 stream. The count is F1.

It looks to me, like it should be F2. How did you get F1 ?

Appreciate any help in simple terms.

Scrooge

Referring to the above.

The FPI for the 1 in Row 5 is F1 as shown.

However, you left the original or initial 1 in Row 5. This should have been marked off.

The revised Row 5 would then be 2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.1.

Therefore, the mental count shows the newly added 2 to be under F1.

Unfortunately, I don't know how to mark off a number in a typed display like this.

The only way would be replace marked off numbers with x, but this would be a serious distortion. and can't be done.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1405 Posts Offline

Posted: July 31, 2009, 12:49 pm - IP Logged

Assuming that players interested in Gap Strategy for Texas Pick 3, combined drawings, know how to set up and maintain the data gathering Forms 1, 2, 3 and 4.

I realize that my prior posts on this topic have been long and somewhat complicated. I've been using this strategy for all of my lottery plays for a long time. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to explain it. You can't use a lottery system properly if you don't understand how the data used in number generation was compiled.

But, once you learn the basics and can keep the data streams current, you are ready to find out if all of your work and attention to detail can generate some winning numbers.

A reminder: Gap Strategy is NOT a number generator, per se. That is, there is no single button you can push and receive numbers to play. Instead, you have several data streams to evaluate. You then choose the specific data you believe will provide satisfactory results.

I've had some successes, but I'm way behind, which I think is the situation for most regular lottery players. My luck in Pick 3 dipped when new balls were introduced on April 1, 2009. But, I'm confident there are better days ahead. Otherwise, what's the point. If I didn't think I could win, why bother.

Predicting random events is not possible. However, we can map drawing results and identify trends that can be used to aid the guesswork.

To facilitate explanation of the Number Generator Array, which is used to select numbers for play, I'm going to continue the Row and Column coordinate scheme I've been using.

Additionally, I'm going to break an actual NGA into at least 4 parts and explain the components.

If you have questions regarding the GNR V2 workout, please don't hesitate.

(Note1 - Until an alternate BA selection method is devised, my choices are the triples with highest inventory totals.) (Note2 - By choice, a triple can only be used once)

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Row 24: Number Generator Selection Sequence: BCABA

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The sequence is formed by using the third letter in each selected Triple.

Important: The final sequence must be in same order as the selected Triples. This facilitates Exact/Straight plays. Important: Letters can only be used 3 times. There are no provisions in the workout for sequences having the same letter 4 or more times.

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If 6 or more numbers are needed for a wheel, additional triples would be addded. Since ABA51 was our 5th number choice in this example, the next triple must begin with 'BA'

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Referring to the triples given above, IF I had decided to select triples having the second highest inventory total, the Number Generator Selection Sequence would be different. Some of the same letters would come up, but they would be in a different order.

The challenge, of course, is to make the right choices, using prior experience as a guide.