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# How can we use "What we know for sure" to help us?

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Ft. Myers,Florida
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 Posted: December 23, 2009, 9:23 pm - IP Logged

I think in lotto,  there are precious few things "we know for sure"    There are some things that are "almost for sure....  I'll take it.. close enough for horseshoes and hand grenades.

For instance:  We all know.. that 50% of the time.. at least one winning number will repeat from the previous night's drawing.

And we also know.. that 50% of the time, another winning number will repeat from the drawing one night previous.

If we look at 12/22    we see that 4 of the 5 winning numbers were in the last 2 drawings.  Doesn't happen all the time.... but it is a possibiliity?   How can we benefit from this?

12/20/2009             1-  2 -  6- 10  36

12/21/2009              8-12-18- 25- 29

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12/22/2009             1-  2- 5-  8-   36

4 out of 5.. sitting right there, hiding in plain view.  Is it the skips.. the hits... the calories.. the fat grams, the time of day?          I'm working on some charts now.. they have not tested  all positive yet... but it is interesting?

Peace/Love

"In Lotto... the trend is your friend.."

Bay Minette
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 Posted: December 23, 2009, 11:36 pm - IP Logged

I think in lotto,  there are precious few things "we know for sure"    There are some things that are "almost for sure....  I'll take it.. close enough for horseshoes and hand grenades.

For instance:  We all know.. that 50% of the time.. at least one winning number will repeat from the previous night's drawing.

And we also know.. that 50% of the time, another winning number will repeat from the drawing one night previous.

If we look at 12/22    we see that 4 of the 5 winning numbers were in the last 2 drawings.  Doesn't happen all the time.... but it is a possibiliity?   How can we benefit from this?

12/20/2009             1-  2 -  6- 10  36

12/21/2009              8-12-18- 25- 29

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12/22/2009             1-  2- 5-  8-   36

4 out of 5.. sitting right there, hiding in plain view.  Is it the skips.. the hits... the calories.. the fat grams, the time of day?          I'm working on some charts now.. they have not tested  all positive yet... but it is interesting?

Peace/Love

The best bet is to use somewhat you state above.. use one or 2 hots/1 potential hot and one cold and a random pick. The best bet is to have an even spread of something as you see it per draw.. never have too many of each and always play something near or off the perfect spread (1-9-18-27-36).. this is the perfect spread.. do not play this set of numbers but just edit it at random by 3 up/3 down each  at random each number and you will start hitting stuff bigTiMe.. for instance I edit (1-9-18-27-36) to (3-12-17-28-33)  --Any of these type spread edits hit the most and you can win stuff all the time.. The big jackpot?  Its this plus a lot of luck..

Ft. Myers,Florida
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 Posted: December 24, 2009, 1:24 pm - IP Logged

Thanks Skoaler.. good idea.

I have also ben experimenting with using 4 or less skips to create a field of numbers to choose from.

I'm not sure who posted it first, but the idea is basically:

1)  4 skips or less holds 50% of the winning numbers.  4 skips or less yields a pool of 18

numbers to choose from .

2)   6 skips or less  holds 66% of the winning numbers.  6 skips or less yields a pool

of 23 numbers to choose from.

It would seem that if you choose from 18 numbers rather that 36.... the odds would have to be better?  Although you are taking the chance that you filter out some hot numbers that don't conform to the skip theory.

Cheers.

"In Lotto... the trend is your friend.."

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 Posted: December 25, 2009, 2:17 pm - IP Logged

I think in lotto,  there are precious few things "we know for sure"    There are some things that are "almost for sure....  I'll take it.. close enough for horseshoes and hand grenades.

For instance:  We all know.. that 50% of the time.. at least one winning number will repeat from the previous night's drawing.

And we also know.. that 50% of the time, another winning number will repeat from the drawing one night previous.

If we look at 12/22    we see that 4 of the 5 winning numbers were in the last 2 drawings.  Doesn't happen all the time.... but it is a possibiliity?   How can we benefit from this?

12/20/2009             1-  2 -  6- 10  36

12/21/2009              8-12-18- 25- 29

---------------------------------------------------

12/22/2009             1-  2- 5-  8-   36

4 out of 5.. sitting right there, hiding in plain view.  Is it the skips.. the hits... the calories.. the fat grams, the time of day?          I'm working on some charts now.. they have not tested  all positive yet... but it is interesting?

Peace/Love

I also noticed this draw where four of the numbers had hit very recently, and the one that didn't, 5, had hit about 5 or 6 days earlier. But the fact that the winning combination from that draw had that many recent hots was actually not that common from what I have been seeing lately over the past few months, especially since the triple 1-2-36 hit together again from two draws prior. The last time that happened so recently was between 11/30 and 12/2 where the triple 23-31-32 all hit together twice, and before that, it occurred with 4-16-31 on 10/23 and 10/24. I'm not implying that it is foolish to play the winners from the previous 2 or 3 draws, but perhaps the reason why it seems like a better strategy than usual all of a sudden is because it was far more noticeable this time since 4 of 5 numbers had hit recently, and more specifically, 3 of them hit together, which does not happen that often...or at least not often enough to warrant chasing the next one in my opinion.

So yes, these patterns do occur, but then again, a lot of patterns occur too. You just have to get lucky and predict their reoccurrence on the right day...or spend a lot of money on a draw and cover as many angles as possible. But then you might end up doing so on a draw like last night's for example, 6-7-15-18-32, where the only numbers that were somewhat recent were 6 and 18. Plus there were two successive numbers on that draw, which does happen from time to time, but again, would you say it occurs often enough to chase every draw?

Ft. Myers,Florida
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 Posted: December 27, 2009, 12:18 pm - IP Logged

Thanks Recovery.. I think you are correct.  This was a rare occurance and can't be used other than a long shot.

I noticed, more often the case...  that  just one number will repeat from the previous drawing... but that is still hard to predict because you have to choose  that one correct numbr out of 5.

Oh well.. back to the drawing board...

"In Lotto... the trend is your friend.."

Georgia
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 Posted: December 27, 2009, 5:56 pm - IP Logged

Your numbers are not correct at least for Georgia.

Since 2008, 13% of the draws have been repeat numbers from the prior days,

closely followed by 2 days.

These are the breakdowns.

DayssinceCountOfDayssince
1472
2410
3349
4300
5269
6247
8168

Another known is the difference between the numbers is mostly 1, then 2, then 3, then 4.

Expr7CountOfExpr7
1692
2631
3526
4437
5421
6375
7299

The most picked of the tens grouping is an even spread.

combinationCountOfcombination
01223382
01123353
00123318
01233286
01122192
11223172
00112166

Those numbers represent 0 for 0-9, 1 for 10-19, 2 for 20-29 etc.

This is the last 2 years

combinationCountOfcombination
0123359
0122350
0012348
0112335
1122331
0023330
1223325
0013324
1222324
0113323
1123323
0122221
1112320
NASHVILLE, TENN
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 Posted: December 27, 2009, 8:52 pm - IP Logged

I think in lotto,  there are precious few things "we know for sure"    There are some things that are "almost for sure....  I'll take it.. close enough for horseshoes and hand grenades.

For instance:  We all know.. that 50% of the time.. at least one winning number will repeat from the previous night's drawing.

And we also know.. that 50% of the time, another winning number will repeat from the drawing one night previous.

If we look at 12/22    we see that 4 of the 5 winning numbers were in the last 2 drawings.  Doesn't happen all the time.... but it is a possibiliity?   How can we benefit from this?

12/20/2009             1-  2 -  6- 10  36

12/21/2009              8-12-18- 25- 29

---------------------------------------------------

12/22/2009             1-  2- 5-  8-   36

4 out of 5.. sitting right there, hiding in plain view.  Is it the skips.. the hits... the calories.. the fat grams, the time of day?          I'm working on some charts now.. they have not tested  all positive yet... but it is interesting?

Peace/Love

What is the smallest unit of measurement we can know about any physical system?  Surprisingly the smalllest unit of measurement is the bite, or bit: either zero (0) or one (1).  Yes/no will work equally as well but  relative to the computer, either zero or one would be best.

Now what can we do with this 0 or 1?  That is the question.  Any one care to hazard a guess?

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 Posted: December 27, 2009, 9:33 pm - IP Logged

The easiest and most predictable way to track mass numbers is with (total sums), and upper/lower tier number groups.

These number sets are adjusted for tonights draw, the target sum parameter is 55 to 78. The number strings cannot be mixed.

Wheel each string and reduce the sum parameter to 55 to 78 using a 4if5of18 wheel. The least expensive reduction would be to reduce the sum parameter from 66 to 67, (the center of the target sum parameter).

This approach will basically cover all numbers and provide an affordable way to effectively stay in the game.

18 NUMBERS UPPER TIER GROUP
01 02 03 05 06 07 08 09 12 13 15 21 22 23 25 28 31 33

18 NUMBERS LOWER TIER GROUP
04 10 11 14 16 17 18 19 20 24 26 27 29 30 32 34 35 36

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 Posted: December 28, 2009, 1:09 pm - IP Logged

I think in lotto,  there are precious few things "we know for sure"    There are some things that are "almost for sure....  I'll take it.. close enough for horseshoes and hand grenades.

For instance:  We all know.. that 50% of the time.. at least one winning number will repeat from the previous night's drawing.

And we also know.. that 50% of the time, another winning number will repeat from the drawing one night previous.

If we look at 12/22    we see that 4 of the 5 winning numbers were in the last 2 drawings.  Doesn't happen all the time.... but it is a possibiliity?   How can we benefit from this?

12/20/2009             1-  2 -  6- 10  36

12/21/2009              8-12-18- 25- 29

---------------------------------------------------

12/22/2009             1-  2- 5-  8-   36

4 out of 5.. sitting right there, hiding in plain view.  Is it the skips.. the hits... the calories.. the fat grams, the time of day?          I'm working on some charts now.. they have not tested  all positive yet... but it is interesting?

Peace/Love

A filter that works 50% of the time is no better than flipping a coin.
You would need to expand the lookback period to get some more useful information out of this one.

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