United States Member #78317 August 12, 2009 92 Posts Offline

Posted: September 17, 2009, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Coin Toss on September 17, 2009

Bernie,

Not sure about "IZNOPing" Pick 3, but the Illinois Little Lotto tonight is $325,000 and I thik I'll try this for a buck:

IZNOP=9-26-14-15-16

LottoChica23,

"Hey Bernie,

You just can't stay away from ponzI schemes huh? "

Excellent observation!

Bernie,

Just wondering if you're working on a GONIF system.

Coin Toss remember to toss me my creative royalty -- suggest between 5% and 20%.

Ok Folks Remember if you do this right you should have the following to work with

1. Three values--last two draws and the difference between them

2. Have 3 iznop sums, for last two draws plus the difference between the draws.

3. Now you have to use each IZNOP sum to add to and subtract from each of the values in (1) above--draws plus diff between draws

4. This means you should generate 3x3x2=18 final IZNOP Predictions

to generate an additional 12 set I use the IZNOP TWIST where I use the mirrors of the last two draws to generate the IZNOp sums then proced as usual to add and subtract to draws and difference.

LOOK at New York yesterday's draws 230 (Eve) 216 (Mid)

I got these 18 final IZNOP predictions for NY when I do the regular

Zeta Reticuli Star System United States Member #30470 January 17, 2006 10354 Posts Offline

Posted: September 17, 2009, 6:37 pm - IP Logged

The test for any system is consistency, not a (as in one) hit for any state for any number of drawings.

Estabishing a theory and then backtesting it until you make yourself believe it "proved" itself only fools the person doing the backtesting and the extremely gullible, the "dream" targets for con men.

Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

Heroic City Indonesia Member #31689 February 2, 2006 1153 Posts Offline

Posted: September 17, 2009, 7:50 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by BernieMadoff on September 17, 2009

Coin Toss remember to toss me my creative royalty -- suggest between 5% and 20%.

Ok Folks Remember if you do this right you should have the following to work with

1. Three values--last two draws and the difference between them

2. Have 3 iznop sums, for last two draws plus the difference between the draws.

3. Now you have to use each IZNOP sum to add to and subtract from each of the values in (1) above--draws plus diff between draws

4. This means you should generate 3x3x2=18 final IZNOP Predictions

to generate an additional 12 set I use the IZNOP TWIST where I use the mirrors of the last two draws to generate the IZNOp sums then proced as usual to add and subtract to draws and difference.

LOOK at New York yesterday's draws 230 (Eve) 216 (Mid)

I got these 18 final IZNOP predictions for NY when I do the regular

it seem i can do a math in different? is it positional? eg eve 230 mid 216, diff = 026 (P1eve-P1mid, P2eve-P2mid, P3eve-P3mid) in diff we always use absolute

so basically the method added 80 for P1+P2+P3+P1+P2 and plus minus from the original pick3 numbers

thank for any info

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Greencastle, Indiana United States Member #74738 May 19, 2009 102 Posts Offline

Posted: September 17, 2009, 8:52 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by BernieMadoff on September 17, 2009

Hey post some back testing...

Georgia September 6th, 2009

Draws 368 896 difference between numbers 464

Iznop sums are [Mid 368]==>106

[Eve 896]==>120

[Diff 528]==>102

Add and subtract from last midday [368]=248 488 262 474 266 470

Add and subtract from last evening [896]=776 1016 790 1002 794 998

Add and subtract from difference [528]=408 648 422 634 426 630

So if you use only the last draw you get 6 final IZNOPS to play

Twelve if you use last two draws

Eighteen if you also include the difference between draws

Experiment with additional features--e.g. use mirror of draws

GA Eve Mon 7 September 744 Boxed hit

TWIST

Now when I use the mirrors to get the original IZNOP values but plug in tha actual draws for the final add and subtract this is what i get for Georgia that samw day.

IZNOP sums

Midday mirror [368=813] Iznop sum=101

Eve mirror [896=341] Iznop sum=095

Didn't include mirror or difference

here's what i get

After adding and subtracting to/from the midday and evening mirrors

Midday273 463 267 469 264 472

Notice what happened..we use the IZNOP sums for the mirrors and add/subtract to/from actual draws (not mirrors).

368 (last midday draw for sept 6)

- 95 (iznop sum for mirror of last evening draw 896 mirrors to=>341) Iznop of 341 is 95

---------

273

GA Midday Mon 7, Sept 273 STRAIGHT!!

Bernie,

Would you explain how to get the difference between the two draws? I cannot figure out how you are gettting 464 or 528 above. Are you using lottery math or what?

Long Island , NY United States Member #70666 February 8, 2009 1104 Posts Offline

Posted: September 17, 2009, 10:42 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by BernieMadoff on September 17, 2009

Coin Toss remember to toss me my creative royalty -- suggest between 5% and 20%.

Ok Folks Remember if you do this right you should have the following to work with

1. Three values--last two draws and the difference between them

2. Have 3 iznop sums, for last two draws plus the difference between the draws.

3. Now you have to use each IZNOP sum to add to and subtract from each of the values in (1) above--draws plus diff between draws

4. This means you should generate 3x3x2=18 final IZNOP Predictions

to generate an additional 12 set I use the IZNOP TWIST where I use the mirrors of the last two draws to generate the IZNOp sums then proced as usual to add and subtract to draws and difference.

LOOK at New York yesterday's draws 230 (Eve) 216 (Mid)

I got these 18 final IZNOP predictions for NY when I do the regular

United States Member #78317 August 12, 2009 92 Posts Offline

Posted: September 18, 2009, 8:07 am - IP Logged

Thanks for the feedback folks. Someone mentioned that this should be Excel-ized. I agree. But when you hit your 70's it's hard to learn new stuff.

Let me give the instructions again and try to make it simple.

Iznop doesn't stand for anything other than the follwing numbers 9-26-14-15-16. Each number corresponds to the position of the letters of I-Z-N-O-P in the alphabet.

Basically you need at least the last two draws and for added draw include the difference between the draws.

For this lesson i will use just one draw say 188.

Add the Iznop values 9-26-14-15-16 to the draw as follows

1+9=10

8+26=34

8+14=22

1+15=16 (notice we went back to the first digit of the draw)

8+16=24

Notice we added the above. Now add the sums

10+34+22+16+24=106 so this is the Iznop sum for the number 188. In notation Ip[188]=106

That is the IZNOP sum you will work with to add and subtract to the draw....remember you will follow the same proceduere above for the other draw and for the difference.

Now take 188 and add and subtract 106 to and from it: