|Posted: January 3, 2011, 5:44 pm - IP Logged|
I've been playing lotteries for a long time.
I have bought several commercial lottery systems, but, none have produced
winning combinations on a regular basis.
Fact is, several of the systems have NEVER given me a winning combination.
I've even bought a couple of Steve Players expensive workouts. Shame on me!
So, after years of frustration, I decided to develope my own system
I call it 'Gap Strategy.'
Assuming there were/are many regular lottery players dealing with the same frustrations
I was having, I decided to post my thoughts and work here at LP.
The title of all of my posts regarding the workout begin with Gap Strategy.
If you are interested, you can find them in the Pick 5 Forum, page 29, and
Systems Forum, page 31. The exact pages may be higher.
Basically, what I do is use the winning combinations to produce several data
streams based on the number of spaces (gaps) between lottery numbers and
other data. I then use these streams to build data sets from which lottery
combinations are derived.
The workout is not a prediction system per se. There is no single function
that can be used to generate combinations ready for play.
Following specific guidelines for data stream development, the user chooses
which of the elements her or she will use to produce lottery numbers for play.
Simply put, the player chooses a number from a group of 3 numbers. In other
words, you have a 1 in 3 chance of picking the right number. The number of choices
depends on the game, which is usually 3 or 5.
Yes, lotteries are random. Predicting a random outcome is not possible. However,
any lottery game fuctions within fixed parameters.
I've found that tracking random events can provide some insight as to what
will happen next. In fact, my workout poses that very question. What might happen
next. Occassionally, the answers the data streams provide are right on
An example of the workout is given in the Gap Strategy Texas Pick 3 post on page 31 of the Systems
However, I've added some additional means for selecting numbers in an effort
to overcome a 'missed by one' situation.
If I had won all the pick 3 drawings where I missed winning by one number, I'd
have pretty good bank to play with.
No, I haven't hit a jackpot. I've had 4 of 5 numbers ($150) in Mega Millions
3 times. I'm getting closer. Who knows what might happen next!!
Some LP members have stated that my workout is too complex and difficult to use.
I think they gave up too easily.
Sure, any lottery workout requires time and effort. If it were easy, it probably
wouldn't be worth anything.
A lot of workouts have been posted in Lp. Some require the adding or substraction
of data, and other features that I find baffling. But, to each his own.
Be assured, Gap Strategy is easy and straightforward. If you can count and can follow instructions, you
won't have any problem developing the data streams.
My New Years wish is that one or more Texas lottery players will decide to
collaborate using Gap Strategy for the games they play.