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Posted: January 25, 2011, 9:53 am - IP Logged

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Is there anyone who would like to teach us how to use the Inspector/Deflator tools? I know some of you folks use these on a regular basis. A lot of us would sure appreciate a lesson or two on how to use them.

THANKS!

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    Posted: January 25, 2011, 1:06 pm - IP Logged

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    Is there anyone who would like to teach us how to use the Inspector/Deflator tools? I know some of you folks use these on a regular basis. A lot of us would sure appreciate a lesson or two on how to use them.

    THANKS!

    Thanks for posting this great idea, Lottolaughs!

    It has been on my mind for a long, long time!

    I could use a 101 class and then the advanced learning classes these areas. 

    I have had my Platinum color for just about a year now and have been a little

    intimidated with these two tools. Crazy

     

    Searching the archives has not helped me get a good understanding on how

    to use them and when and why.  What are we looking for or analyzing? How do these

    tools bring us money and more money?  Please assist us with these questions and more!

     

    Good Teachers, please apply for this position!

     

    You will be doing all of us a great and beneficial service! 

    I, definitely, will be grateful for and appreciative of any assistance with these tools!  Thanks!

     

    Plus, I want to get my money's worth from this premium LP membership! Yes Nod

      JAP69's avatar - alas
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      Posted: January 27, 2011, 4:44 pm - IP Logged

      One of the things to look for when using the inspector are percentages in all the breakdowns the inspector gives on your draw history.

      Use varying time spans to see how the numbers are running based on percentages.

      The inspector is grouping your numbers in all the various breakdowns the inspector gives.

      MAGA

        JAP69's avatar - alas
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        Posted: January 27, 2011, 4:54 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks for posting this great idea, Lottolaughs!

        It has been on my mind for a long, long time!

        I could use a 101 class and then the advanced learning classes these areas. 

        I have had my Platinum color for just about a year now and have been a little

        intimidated with these two tools. Crazy

         

        Searching the archives has not helped me get a good understanding on how

        to use them and when and why.  What are we looking for or analyzing? How do these

        tools bring us money and more money?  Please assist us with these questions and more!

         

        Good Teachers, please apply for this position!

         

        You will be doing all of us a great and beneficial service! 

        I, definitely, will be grateful for and appreciative of any assistance with these tools!  Thanks!

         

        Plus, I want to get my money's worth from this premium LP membership! Yes Nod

        "Plus, I want to get my money's worth from this premium LP membership!"

        When using the inspectors for the 3 and 4 game and you decide on a group of numbers to sort out use the search drawings history. You will come up with the history by dates of up to 10 numbers entered.

        The name of the game in the pick 3 and 4 is to come up with a list of plays you think will hit in a short time span. Time is money in this game.

        MAGA

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          Posted: January 27, 2011, 5:20 pm - IP Logged

          "Plus, I want to get my money's worth from this premium LP membership!"

          When using the inspectors for the 3 and 4 game and you decide on a group of numbers to sort out use the search drawings history. You will come up with the history by dates of up to 10 numbers entered.

          The name of the game in the pick 3 and 4 is to come up with a list of plays you think will hit in a short time span. Time is money in this game.

          I'm thinking of trying to play just one number for $5 to hit straight. Would these tools be any help in finding one number?

          I'm not interested in playing boxed. I've been playing Cash 5 which is 5/37. Problem is the odds are 435,897 to 1 for a jackpot that ranges from $20,000 to maybe $25,000. And it's parimutuel. The odds in Pick 4 are pretty attractive by comparison, but...... $5 to play for the same prize.

          CAN'T WIN IF YOU'RE NOT IN

          A DOLLAR AND A DREAM (OR $2)

            JAP69's avatar - alas
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            Posted: January 27, 2011, 5:37 pm - IP Logged

            I'm thinking of trying to play just one number for $5 to hit straight. Would these tools be any help in finding one number?

            I'm not interested in playing boxed. I've been playing Cash 5 which is 5/37. Problem is the odds are 435,897 to 1 for a jackpot that ranges from $20,000 to maybe $25,000. And it's parimutuel. The odds in Pick 4 are pretty attractive by comparison, but...... $5 to play for the same prize.

            The tools are primarily analysis tools. It is basically up to the user to go step by step thru an analysis to end up with one number.

            MAGA

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              Posted: January 27, 2011, 6:27 pm - IP Logged

              I may not be an expert, but lesson 1. This example is for Ca Eve, 1/28/11.

              1.Load Deflate with 1000 combos

              2. I know from other software, that Root 2 & 6 are overdue, select Root Sum Filter 2 and 6, Deflate numbers. Results below

              Output

              • Results:  49 box combination groups  (222 straight combinations)
              • Tier 6
                015(051,105,150,501,510) 024(042,204,240,402,420) 029(092,209,290,902,920) 038(083,308,380,803,830) 047(074,407,470,704,740) 056(065,506,560,605,650) 069(096,609,690,906,960) 078(087,708,780,807,870) 123(132,213,231,312,321) 128(182,218,281,812,821) 137(173,317,371,713,731) 146(164,416,461,614,641) 159(195,519,591,915,951) 168(186,618,681,816,861) 236(263,326,362,623,632) 245(254,425,452,524,542) 249(294,429,492,924,942) 258(285,528,582,825,852) 267(276,627,672,726,762) 348(384,438,483,834,843) 357(375,537,573,735,753) 389(398,839,893,938,983) 456(465,546,564,645,654) 479(497,749,794,947,974) 569(596,659,695,956,965) 578(587,758,785,857,875) 789(798,879,897,978,987)
              Tier 3
              002(020,200) 006(060,600) 011(101,110) 033(303,330) 114(141,411) 119(191,911) 155(515,551) 177(717,771) 227(272,722) 299(929,992) 335(353,533) 339(393,933) 344(434,443) 366(636,663) 447(474,744) 488(848,884) 668(686,866) 677(767,776) 699(969,996)

              Tier 1
              222 555 888

              a lot of numbers, I also know that P2 digit from previous draw (868) is overdue; also a 2 digit return is overdue. Select the P2 digit (6) see what we have left.

              • Results:  13 box combination groups  (23 straight combinations)
              • Tier 2
                065(560) 069(960) 164(461) 168(861) 263(362) 267(762) 465(564) 569(965) 366(663) 668(866)

              Tier 1
              060 767 969

                We are down to a reasonable number and I would probably stop here. We could look at the sums that are overdue that fit the Root Sum 2 and 6. Select Sums 11,15,20 are overdue.

              Tier 2
              065(560) 069(960) 164(461) 168(861) 263(362) 267(762) 465(564) 569(965) 366(663) 668(866) Tier 1
              767

               

              Just in case we have a 2-digit return from the 868, what will we have left!!! We can only use an 8 in P1 or P2

                168(861) 668(866)



                Now if one of these hit, will I look like a genius or will it be plain luck???

                JAP69's avatar - alas
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                Posted: January 27, 2011, 6:35 pm - IP Logged

                I may not be an expert, but lesson 1. This example is for Ca Eve, 1/28/11.

                1.Load Deflate with 1000 combos

                2. I know from other software, that Root 2 & 6 are overdue, select Root Sum Filter 2 and 6, Deflate numbers. Results below

                Output

                • Results:  49 box combination groups  (222 straight combinations)
                • Tier 6
                  015(051,105,150,501,510) 024(042,204,240,402,420) 029(092,209,290,902,920) 038(083,308,380,803,830) 047(074,407,470,704,740) 056(065,506,560,605,650) 069(096,609,690,906,960) 078(087,708,780,807,870) 123(132,213,231,312,321) 128(182,218,281,812,821) 137(173,317,371,713,731) 146(164,416,461,614,641) 159(195,519,591,915,951) 168(186,618,681,816,861) 236(263,326,362,623,632) 245(254,425,452,524,542) 249(294,429,492,924,942) 258(285,528,582,825,852) 267(276,627,672,726,762) 348(384,438,483,834,843) 357(375,537,573,735,753) 389(398,839,893,938,983) 456(465,546,564,645,654) 479(497,749,794,947,974) 569(596,659,695,956,965) 578(587,758,785,857,875) 789(798,879,897,978,987)
                Tier 3
                002(020,200) 006(060,600) 011(101,110) 033(303,330) 114(141,411) 119(191,911) 155(515,551) 177(717,771) 227(272,722) 299(929,992) 335(353,533) 339(393,933) 344(434,443) 366(636,663) 447(474,744) 488(848,884) 668(686,866) 677(767,776) 699(969,996)

                Tier 1
                222 555 888

                a lot of numbers, I also know that P2 digit from previous draw (868) is overdue; also a 2 digit return is overdue. Select the P2 digit (6) see what we have left.

                • Results:  13 box combination groups  (23 straight combinations)
                • Tier 2
                  065(560) 069(960) 164(461) 168(861) 263(362) 267(762) 465(564) 569(965) 366(663) 668(866)

                Tier 1
                060 767 969

                  We are down to a reasonable number and I would probably stop here. We could look at the sums that are overdue that fit the Root Sum 2 and 6. Select Sums 11,15,20 are overdue.

                Tier 2
                065(560) 069(960) 164(461) 168(861) 263(362) 267(762) 465(564) 569(965) 366(663) 668(866) Tier 1
                767

                 

                Just in case we have a 2-digit return from the 868, what will we have left!!! We can only use an 8 in P1 or P2

                  168(861) 668(866)



                  Now if one of these hit, will I look like a genius or will it be plain luck???

                You are a genius just by showing your filtering process.

                MAGA

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                  Thanks for posting this great idea, Lottolaughs!

                  It has been on my mind for a long, long time!

                  I could use a 101 class and then the advanced learning classes these areas. 

                  I have had my Platinum color for just about a year now and have been a little

                  intimidated with these two tools. Crazy

                   

                  Searching the archives has not helped me get a good understanding on how

                  to use them and when and why.  What are we looking for or analyzing? How do these

                  tools bring us money and more money?  Please assist us with these questions and more!

                   

                  Good Teachers, please apply for this position!

                   

                  You will be doing all of us a great and beneficial service! 

                  I, definitely, will be grateful for and appreciative of any assistance with these tools!  Thanks!

                   

                  Plus, I want to get my money's worth from this premium LP membership! Yes Nod

                  Wow! Really..makes me feel better.  I thought I was the only one.  Thanks for posting!  Lottolaughs!

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                    Posted: January 28, 2011, 5:50 am - IP Logged

                    I may not be an expert, but lesson 1. This example is for Ca Eve, 1/28/11.

                    1.Load Deflate with 1000 combos

                    2. I know from other software, that Root 2 & 6 are overdue, select Root Sum Filter 2 and 6, Deflate numbers. Results below

                    Output

                    • Results:  49 box combination groups  (222 straight combinations)
                    • Tier 6
                      015(051,105,150,501,510) 024(042,204,240,402,420) 029(092,209,290,902,920) 038(083,308,380,803,830) 047(074,407,470,704,740) 056(065,506,560,605,650) 069(096,609,690,906,960) 078(087,708,780,807,870) 123(132,213,231,312,321) 128(182,218,281,812,821) 137(173,317,371,713,731) 146(164,416,461,614,641) 159(195,519,591,915,951) 168(186,618,681,816,861) 236(263,326,362,623,632) 245(254,425,452,524,542) 249(294,429,492,924,942) 258(285,528,582,825,852) 267(276,627,672,726,762) 348(384,438,483,834,843) 357(375,537,573,735,753) 389(398,839,893,938,983) 456(465,546,564,645,654) 479(497,749,794,947,974) 569(596,659,695,956,965) 578(587,758,785,857,875) 789(798,879,897,978,987)
                    Tier 3
                    002(020,200) 006(060,600) 011(101,110) 033(303,330) 114(141,411) 119(191,911) 155(515,551) 177(717,771) 227(272,722) 299(929,992) 335(353,533) 339(393,933) 344(434,443) 366(636,663) 447(474,744) 488(848,884) 668(686,866) 677(767,776) 699(969,996)

                    Tier 1
                    222 555 888

                    a lot of numbers, I also know that P2 digit from previous draw (868) is overdue; also a 2 digit return is overdue. Select the P2 digit (6) see what we have left.

                    • Results:  13 box combination groups  (23 straight combinations)
                    • Tier 2
                      065(560) 069(960) 164(461) 168(861) 263(362) 267(762) 465(564) 569(965) 366(663) 668(866)

                    Tier 1
                    060 767 969

                      We are down to a reasonable number and I would probably stop here. We could look at the sums that are overdue that fit the Root Sum 2 and 6. Select Sums 11,15,20 are overdue.

                    Tier 2
                    065(560) 069(960) 164(461) 168(861) 263(362) 267(762) 465(564) 569(965) 366(663) 668(866) Tier 1
                    767

                     

                    Just in case we have a 2-digit return from the 868, what will we have left!!! We can only use an 8 in P1 or P2

                      168(861) 668(866)



                      Now if one of these hit, will I look like a genius or will it be plain luck???

                    Results 1/27/11 886

                    a repeat!!  will start with the combos for Root Sum 2 & 6, Sums 11,15,20. P2 digit(8), still overue to repeat.

                    Results

                    Tier 2
                    083(380) 087(780) 182(281) 186(681) 285(582) 384(483) 389(983) 587(785)

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                      I use this tool from the predictions board, I will scroll down to my state and deflate the pick 3, then I filter out the triples and it will give me an idea of the hot or most frequently numbers being played that day.

                      I really like the inspector tool the best for looking at past data.

                      they are both great tools for looking at data.

                      Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

                      For a lead role in a cage?

                       

                                                                  From Pink Floyd's " Wish you were here"

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                        Thanks, Teachers (JAP69, CARBOB, and sully16)!Sun Smiley

                        I appreciate all of you!

                        I'm taking good notes and ready for more lessons, too!

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                          Not  trying to be a smart a-- here but have you read the instructions on the deflate and inspector pages it gives a pretty complete description on what they do.

                          From that point it's up to the individuals as to what numbers to deflate or inspect, what filters to use etc.

                          Big John says. You don't hit the number. The number hits you!!!!

                                         I'm not Big John, I'm Four4me, Big John's a friend.
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                            Not  trying to be a smart a-- here but have you read the instructions on the deflate and inspector pages it gives a pretty complete description on what they do.

                            From that point it's up to the individuals as to what numbers to deflate or inspect, what filters to use etc.

                            Not  trying to be a smart a-- here but have you read the instructions on the deflate and inspector pages it gives a pretty complete description on what they do.

                            From that point it's up to the individuals as to what numbers to deflate or inspect, what filters to use etc.

                             

                            It's about conversations, exchanging ideas, information, and etc. 

                            Otherwise no real need for forums!  Or Lottery Post for that matter ... IMHO.

                            Smart A-- OK!  Dumb A-- Not OK!  This is a teaching and learning thread!ROFL

                            I appreciate your comments, though!

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