|Posted: March 23, 2010, 2:20 pm - IP Logged|
I compress the 1-36 numbers in the Fantasy Five to just 11 sets called the "chase" numbers.
Florida's Fantasy Five numbers converted starting on top with March 13, 2010, to date.
4-7-13-14-35 = 1-2-4-4-11
2-12-21-22-33 = 0-3-6-7-10
5-12-18-24-28 = 1-3-5-7-8
4-18-28-31-36 = 1-5-9-10-11
4-13-20-27-36 = 1-4-6-8-11
2-20-21-26-33 = 0-6-6-8-10
5-10-13-20-24 = 1-3-4-6-7
6-7-15-22-23 = 1-2-4-7-7
As you can see, it's easier to track. You can see that the first position hardly goes above 1, and position 2 is around 2-5. Of course I need a longer tracking. Maybe 30 days or more to get a clearer picture of the activity.
Each number represents 3 numbers, so when you want to play, just convert back to original numbers and wheel them for a total of 15 numbers. 3X5=15.
One way to filter is to eliminate a number in a chase number that hit the night before. For example, If you feel the chase number "0" is due and you want to include it in your wheel, and last night's draw, the number 2 showed. Instead of playing 1-2-3 in your wheel, just play 1 and 3 because the number 2 already showed in the last draw. Now we have only 14 numbers to wheel. It's still possible for the number 2 to come in, but not likely. If we can eliminate a number from other chase numbers, we can reduce the size of the wheel even that much more. maybe down to 10 or 11 numbers for our wheel.
I haven't back tested this, but I will soon.
After writing this, I'll be purchasing Clifton Musgrove's p-3 system which he claims he makes a living off of it. I won't be disclosing any details but will tell you how it pans out. I don't need anymore lawyers threatening me....lol