United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: December 27, 2009, 11:20 pm - IP Logged

thanks Winsum.

I have been looking at your blog and this new Vtrac trend is something I will have to look into.

Here is something thatmay not be new but i will post it nevertheless. It is a reduction of Vtrac sums showing the bell curve. I am using it on my spread as just a visual representaion . KInd of a coloring book with no functions- about where I am with excel at this point. I have to manually make the changes in the form of format colors. Maybe a stepping stone to greater things.

Vtrac sums:

combos

Hits:

3

1

111

1x

4

3

112

2x

5

6

113

122

3x

6

10

114

123

222

322

4x

7

15

115

124

133

233

8

18

125

134

224

234

9

19

135

144

225

334

333

10

18

145

235

244

344

11

15

155

245

335

12

10

255

345

444

13

6

335

445

14

3

455

15

1

555

As you see there is a legend showing the colors used. Let's take a look at sum 4. There are 3 combinations for the Vtrac. There are no hits in a short history of 20 games. The Vtrac combinations for sum 4 are: 112, 121, 211. The skirts of the bell curve are shaded in gray. As you can see most/all of the 20 games fall in an area excluded of the skirts. So that leaves me with a conclusion that the next hit translated into a vtrac will occure as a rule in the area excluded of the skirts. As you can see there are more different vtracs in number in the area excluding the skirts. By using a color legend I can see the hit and repeat hit Vtracs. Next draw is fair play for a hit in any location, but as you can see this may indicate what is due in terms of Vtrac hits. What any systems player wants to do is have a set of rules to eliminate combinations while selecting digits for the next draw. What would be ideal is to follow several hard and fast rules without too much guess work to determine the next draw's digits. Let's just say for fun that 50% of all digits could be eliminated from the next draw. Though we would like to have the next draw's digits and in the correct order for a big kill, maybe a lesser more consistant daily boxed hit would be a better long-term plan.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: December 29, 2009, 4:04 am - IP Logged

If the above does not make much sense, it is my fault. I should have proof-read my work, maybe that was the problem to begin with.

Today's hit colored in another 1x in the bell :V235. Repeat hits in orange tells me this may not be a good way to eliminate Vtrac combinations, but I'll keep up with it just for fun. Something like this needs a good long run before abandonment. It would be nice to have a few good traps that trip at the same time to trap a set of digits. This might be one of them and I am hopeful.

Anybody been keeping an eye on Winsum's Blog? Some new postings there in a multi-part deployment of some Vtrac and Neighbor goodies.

BOSTON United States Member #48 September 9, 2001 3592 Posts Offline

Posted: December 29, 2009, 10:29 am - IP Logged

hi delta. question; I need to know on the excel spreadsheet where i entered current #'s how would I enter the latest # and move all the rows down 1 row? thanks

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: December 30, 2009, 12:34 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by retxx on December 29, 2009

hi delta. question; I need to know on the excel spreadsheet where i entered current #'s how would I enter the latest # and move all the rows down 1 row? thanks

What I am showing is something I did so this is the only spreadsheet I can discuss. I just entered the numbers on the sheet. I typed the text. I colored the hits with the colors available. I have a very advanced coloring book. The only changes I make are color changes. I do not enter any numbers on the chart once it is made. It was constructed with basic mouse clicks, keyboard selections, the enter button and my noodle network. This was all done in likely the most cumbersome way since I am learning how to use excel. But it sure beats paper and colored pencils. It is very basic and not worthy of being a spreadsheet but I am learning the basics. I think it is pretty cool! I just need to figure out how to make the next draw's Vtrac flash for me so I know what to play! LOL

I hope this answers your question. This is new stuff to me too.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: January 6, 2010, 9:01 am - IP Logged

How's everyone doing with Vtracs lately? Been using the Vtrac lottery results here at LP quite a bit and follow along with my Vtrac combinations reduction bell curve coloring book. I color several, each with a different history range.

The idea about travelers was new and now I understand a traveler is a set of digits hit in another state, that may hit at home. By looking at the Vtrac results page here at the Post, I can see the travelers real fast. Last night I hit a nice strait. The repeat trends of reduced Vtracs proved good and oddly enough the Vtrac was the same digits and order of the previous day's draw: 425. Not likely to happen often, but it did. Now I see other states that follow mine, but that does not help me here. There are 35 reduced Vtrac combinations to track, watch and play. I still use graph paper to record hits along with EEO, HLL, sums, perfect pairs, Vtrac sums and delta Vtrac info. Once I get Vtracs under my belt, I will spend more time to learn the neighbors trends. At least I am getting results now with Vtracs and that has been time well spent. Without the results page on Vtracs, it would take a day to gather all the information and then no time left to review it and play. It takes me a minute or two to do that here.

End Of The Rainbow United States Member #67807 December 5, 2008 489 Posts Offline

Posted: January 6, 2010, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

This is a great thread! I am studying vtracs from Tntea, LittleOldLady, Fibonnaci, and trying to absorb everything is a bit overwhelming.

So, I thought I would focus on the most frequent sums and root sums. I made a chart with GA, TN, KY, TX, CA, IN, ILL/IA to monitor. These were the states that Tntea had in her vtrac lessons.

I do have a questions, though....Can anyone tell me what are the most frequent vtrac sums?

I've been looking for it and, so far, cannot find it.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: January 7, 2010, 7:49 am - IP Logged

Hey play4!

All I know are the basic sums at this point. If you look at the graphic I posted in an above thread, you will see the sum of 9 has 19 boxed combinations reduced or deflated ( I hope that is the right terminology). Each has six combinations except 144 and 225 that have only three each. Of course the 333 stands alone. So what you see is the super reduced Vtrac sum bell curve. Most of the hits are within the the greatest area of the Bell curve for me. It has the most combinations represented. Only one has fallen in the gray zone I colored and that is 122. Last night's hit for me was at 124. It had no hits in a recent history, -no color. If I had looked at it and was not in a hurry, I would have noticed that and would not have been off by one digit like I was, …....me thinks. Lol

So I color it in as a 1x color and start over. I had a strong hunch 8 & 6 was going to repeat, so all I needed was the third digit which was 5 and represented as Vtrac 1.

You know what they say about hind sight and it is always crystal clear after the draw. I need to spend some more time on this and make some more graphics to look at, or get a backward Vtrac converter so I can compare the information faster. What will tonight's draw bring???? It will be in the bell of 35 reduced sum Vtrac combinations. Those 35 reduced sum combinations represent 1000 Combinations, it's just a little easier to look at 35.

Monkey Butt, USA United States Member #54569 August 23, 2007 1124 Posts Offline

Posted: January 10, 2010, 4:32 am - IP Logged

OH MY GOODNESS!!! OH MY GOODNESS!!! OH MY GOODNESS!!! To all of you who has posted on this thread THANK YOU!!!-THANK YOU!!!-THANK YOU!!! I am learning so much from your posts. Thank You for sharing your knowledge on this thread. Please keep the ideas flowing. We'll figure out how to milk this cash cow yet.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: January 14, 2010, 4:30 am - IP Logged

Here is an updated chart (I call it my Vtrac coloring book) with some more things to look at.

Take a look at the uncolored Vtrac combinations and notice the EEE combo's not hit. Tonight another hit is repeated on 426 drawn and translated as Vtrac 532. The stats for EEE are at 5.26% in 39 games and are getting pretty ripe for the picking. The EEE should average 11.4% at 1: 8.75, but are out 22 draws as of tonight. Right now It's showing another string of EOO's. When you do the Inspection outlined above there is a bit more information to look at including the Even/Odd report. As expected, the more history you record the more repeat hits you will see. This is not exactly an elimination tool as it is a visual tool, but the Even-Even-Even Vtrac combinations are only four in count and are due in a big way. Way-overdue, because the hits are true to Moivre's bell nature.

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: February 9, 2010, 4:29 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by wiltay on January 14, 2010

Totally awesome post. Thanks for sharing it.

Your welcome Wiltay. glad to hear you liked it DD

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Vtracs basics reviewed: Learning VTRACS Forward and Backward

Forward: Vtracs are a group of digits (1,2,3,4,5) for numerical simplification of the drawn digits in a pick 3 or pick 4 game. We substitute the digits from a draw with Vtrac digits. All 1000 combinations of a pick 3 can be reduced to 125 Vtracs. Those 125 Vtrac combinations can be reduced to 35 Vtracs where the Vtrac is represented in it’s basic boxed fashion (we eliminate the repeats e.g. v123, v132, v213, v231, v312, v321 is represented as just v123) . See the coloring book I made of the 35 Vtracs earlier for a pretty picture. It is a Bell curve. Not a natural distribution, but a bell curve nevertheless.

Backward: This substitution provides a playing number set that can include up to eight different boxed sets to play. Wouldn’t you like to have just eight boxed sets to pick from? How about four? Read on!

Forward: Here is the Vtrac substitution chart:

Vtrac equals digit drawn

V1 0,5

V2 1,6

V3 2,7

V4 3,8

V5 4,9

A little practice: 555 is drawn in Hometown USA. What is the Vtrac? Look at the digit drawn column and go down until you find the digit 5. We see digit 5 and digit 0 equal Vtrac digit 1. So 555 = V111. What is the Vtrac equivalent for 123? Answer is at the bottom of the post.

Backward:

What else does V111 represent in three number sets that can be bet on? What are all the combinations (a,b,c,d,e,f)?

By position of each Vtrac digit:

(a=0, b=5) {c=0, d=5} [e=0, f=5]

V1=(0 or 5) + V1= {0 or 5} + V1= [0 or 5]

ace=000

acf=005

ade=050

adf=055

Bce=500

Bcf=505

Bde=550

Bdf=555

Notice that from the eight combinations we have some repeats. We can ignore the repeats if we think that V111 is going to hit and instead of playing 8 combinations from Vtrac 111, we play 000, 005, 055, and 555. Vtrac V123 would translate to eight sets of three digits- NO repeats. Remember this is a substitution method. You will need to be able to convert Vtracs forward and backward comfortably to work with them in your studies. Even if you have a Platinum membership! Sorry, no short-cuts.

To get the handle of Vtracs, try doing some of your own conversions at home. Learn how to do them forward and backward. It is not hard and a little practice gets the idea well established. I always have my conversion chart handy so I don’t substitute the wrong Vtrac digit. Sorry, no short-cuts.

I like quarter-ruled graph paper to work on. Make some columns and have one for date, the digits drawn (in their drawn order) and have a column for Vtracs. Convert a whole month’s draws to get Vtrac translations down and build some noodle networks so you can think Vtracs with ease. Then do two more months and the current month and examine it. The graph paper makes for easy reading and neatness. If you see a pattern, it will present itself better on graph paper. There will be a follow-up where you will learn more. Sorry, no short-cuts. You don’t need Vtracs from other states unless you will play there. Use a pencil and think about getting a nice eraser.

If anyone thinks this is off topic or too bloggy, just say so. Please do not post your practice here, check your own work for errors. If you have problems understanding the HOW, reread this post ten times before you ask for help. That way unnecessary posts that can confuse readers are prevented. This takes your mental efforts and there are no short-cuts to substitute for that. Follow-up post in two weeks. No kidding! No short-cuts!

United States Member #81843 October 31, 2009 856 Posts Offline

Posted: February 9, 2010, 7:24 pm - IP Logged

Changed my mind about any future posts on Vtracs .

I need to learn more about them myself and I don’t want to lead anyone astray with false hopes of future wins based on my influence.

I have a gambling problem and I would only be encouraging the same in others.

Any results I have had with Vtracs is only a coincidence. I may as well thrown darts at a wall with numbers on it. (35 numbers so that’s 1:35!) May as well try to win at roulette, any fool knows that is a loser game.