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# Gap Strategy - Powerball - 0821

Topic closed. 3 replies. Last post 6 years ago by bobby623.

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San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: August 21, 2010, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

I have a workout I call "Gap Strategy' that I have been working on for several years.

No jackpots, just small wins.

Here are my Powerball plays for 0821.

My data suggests that 3 of the 5 number groups will show.
Specifically B (10-19), D (30-39) and E (40-49)

The data also suggests the following numbers could be in the winning combination:

12.14.15.30.32.39.42.45.46

The LS2004 wheeler suggests the following combinations:

14.30.32.45.46 + 35

12.15.30.39.46 + 28

15.32.39.42.46 + 13

12.14.39.42.45 + 18

14.15.32.42.45 + 16

Note that each combination has at least one digit from each of the 3 groups.

The Powerballs are based on a Gap Strategy workout I have for Powerballs.

The data suggests that the winning PB will be one of 5 'coldest' or 'due' numbers.

If I could afford it, I could play additional sets using the wheel, or I could use

a second 'base structure.'

BDE is a 3-point structure.

The data suggests the next structure could be a '4-point' , meaning the winning
combinations will have digits from 4 of the 5 groups.

If I were in a pool of 10 where each player contributed \$20, I could choose a wider
variety of structures and wheels.

This post is those considering joining a LP pool.

Bobby623

San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: August 21, 2010, 11:43 pm - IP Logged

Results

Winning combination:

7-10-12-22-27 = ABBCC = ABC

PB: 26 (Number 6 on the Due list)

I was correct in guessing that there would be a 3-point structure.
I  chose BDE because of several factors in the data streams

If I had played 10 sets, I would have had the PB on the 6th combination.

This demonstrates once again that 'structured' plays have potential, but a variety of
plays (e.g. more than one 3-point structure) are needed, as are more plays.

Unfortunately, my pockets are shallow. As result, all I can do is play my 'best guesses' and
hope they are in the ball park, so to speak, with 5 combinations, vice 100 that would be
in play with a pool.

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 Posted: August 25, 2010, 12:50 pm - IP Logged

I have a workout I call "Gap Strategy' that I have been working on for several years.

No jackpots, just small wins.

Here are my Powerball plays for 0821.

My data suggests that 3 of the 5 number groups will show.
Specifically B (10-19), D (30-39) and E (40-49)

The data also suggests the following numbers could be in the winning combination:

12.14.15.30.32.39.42.45.46

The LS2004 wheeler suggests the following combinations:

14.30.32.45.46 + 35

12.15.30.39.46 + 28

15.32.39.42.46 + 13

12.14.39.42.45 + 18

14.15.32.42.45 + 16

Note that each combination has at least one digit from each of the 3 groups.

The Powerballs are based on a Gap Strategy workout I have for Powerballs.

The data suggests that the winning PB will be one of 5 'coldest' or 'due' numbers.

If I could afford it, I could play additional sets using the wheel, or I could use

a second 'base structure.'

BDE is a 3-point structure.

The data suggests the next structure could be a '4-point' , meaning the winning
combinations will have digits from 4 of the 5 groups.

If I were in a pool of 10 where each player contributed \$20, I could choose a wider
variety of structures and wheels.

This post is those considering joining a LP pool.

Bobby623

Somebody in West Virginia won that jackpot bobby623.

San Angelo, Texas
United States
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 Posted: August 25, 2010, 1:05 pm - IP Logged

I know!

I'm replaying the numbers tonight.

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