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# Gap Strategy - FL Fan5 - 0904

Topic closed. 1 reply. Last post 6 years ago by bobby623.

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San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: September 4, 2010, 12:56 pm - IP Logged

The Gap Strategy 'hot structure sequence chart' (compiled from May 21) shows that 'AB' has come up 5 consecutive times in P1P2.
I betting that it won't show up six times.

Other data streams suggest the winning combination will only have 3 decades. If 'AB' is eliminated in P1P2, then the
next possiblities are 'BC' and 'AC'.

Therefore, I'm returning to 'BCD', with updated digits.

Wheel numbers: 13.16.17.20.22.25.30.31.36

Combinations to play:

13.17.22.30.31
13.16.25.31.36
16.17.20.22.30
16.20.25.30.36
17.20.22.25.31

If 'AB' does show up again in P1P2, then the next structure could be 'ABCD', which is due.

Good luck!

San Angelo, Texas
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 Posted: September 5, 2010, 1:31 pm - IP Logged

Winning combination: 05.13.14.21.32 = ABBCD = ABCD

A lottery truism is that you never know what will happen next.

'AB' did show up in Structure positions 1 and 2. As result, the winning structure
is ABCD, as opposed to the predicted BCD.

Here are two worksheet data sets that show how I missed '14' and '21' by one.

.......a. b.. .c..  .d..e..f..   g..h.i...   ..j..k .l....
.......7 7C   8    x F5 10   7  6 Y     10  8 Y....
......13 8C  8    x F3 13   4 13 N    14  4 Y....
......14 9C 15   x F4 15   0  8 Y      16 23 N....

a = The number of times HAID listed at 'b' has been 'out' (from a tracking chart)
b = HAID - Hot Alpha ID (workout feature)
c = The number of times HAID listed has 'come up' (from HPID and HAID inventory chart)

d = The number of times HPID listed at 'e' has been 'out' (from a tracking chart)
e = HPID - Hot Position ID (workout feature)
f = The number of times HPID listed has 'come up' (from HPID and HAID inventory chart)

g = GAP number (from worksheet calculations)
h = The number of times the Gap number listed has 'come up' (from worksheet)
i = Y (yes), N (no) - Question: Is the gap number in Top 5. (from Gap inventory list)

j = Lottery number (from  worksheet calculations)
k = The number of times Lottery number listed has been 'out' (from tracking chart)
l = Y (yes), N (no) - Question: Is the lottery number in Top 5. (from Lottery inventory list)

The Number Generator Array for the 'B' numbers (10 - 19) indicates one of the 3
teens listed (10, 14, 16) could be in the winning combination.

I chose 16 (9C) mainly because it had been 'out' the longest.
The correct choice is 14 (8C).'
Missed by one!

I correctly chose 13, which is one of three teens in another data set.

A similar situation existed for '21'

.......a...b..c.....d..e...f.....g.h.i......j..k.l....
.......4 1A 16   * L2 12   2 4 y   24 1 Y.....
.....35 2A 18   1 F5 17   6 7 N   21 5 N.....
.......5 3A  6  . 2 L1 21   5 7 N   25 4 N.....

*last drawing

I chose line 3A vice line 2A, which is the correct one.
Missed by one.

That '35' should have been a strong signal, but I didn't respond to it.

I've decided to not play this week. I have a lot on my plate at home.
Also, I'm still working on some forms that may help the selection process