|Posted: January 22, 2010, 12:24 am - IP Logged|
yesterdays rolling cash 5 was 17-18-24-34-39
I had played 04-19-22-35-38
I am working on this on 3 levels right now.
The start is the starting digit. I give myself 3 of them.
In this case I picked 4 - 5 - 7
The next part is picking the decades because its simpler to find them.
In the rolling cash 5 game its a 1-39
that means there can only be 34 possible combinations when using only movement.
That may at first glace seem like alot but using a sum of 3 works the best when breaking them down further.
Take the decades and list that as movement.
yesterdays pick was 17-18-24-34-39
movement was 1 (remember decades now) 0 next number was also a teen number 1 1 and finally 0 last number was also a 30's number.
Looking at it this way we see all my plays listed above were in this order
The draw was
The reason I look at it this way is because they can never sum over 3.
There are 7 base sets of numbers then to work with.
These can only work out to a total of 35 base sets of numbers.
This leaves me only the digits to work with and why Ive created this thread to start to zone in on those sets of numbers which is the 3rd step.
Well anyway enough for day 1.