Burnsville United States Member #107244 March 4, 2011 853 Posts Offline

Posted: March 4, 2011, 5:09 am - IP Logged

I have been working on the lottery for about 4 years now and have gotten so close i could cry many, many times. Here's a little trick that works the majority of the time for pick three. Let's take the evening games for example. On Feb. 23 the numbers where 2-3-8. The evening game before that was 7-9-8. Ok now if i take a scientific calculator and get the square root of 2 and go left to right using the game before's number, which was 7, you land on 5. (This is starting after the decimal) But if you go over 16, which is 7, 1+6, you land on 0 which is the next evenings game. Ok now for 3, get the square root and go ever 9, which will land you on 7, but if you go over 18 (1+8=9) you land on 3 which is the next number. Now for the last one, 8. If you go over 8 it lands you on 2. 17 lands you on 9, but, if you go over 19 numbers there's your 6. Eight is the difference of 1 and 9, which are the center numbers of the last two games, day and evening.

I'm not sure how this plays out on other state lotteries but might help someone here in N. Carolina. This is an easier way for me to explain what i have found since all the numbers actually have more than a single digit square root. For the 0's and 1's you can look and see the pattern. Same for the single digit square's.

Not sure if i am supposed to post anything like this since i am new, so if i am not someone just let me know.

United States Member #76986 July 10, 2009 8038 Posts Offline

Posted: March 5, 2011, 8:00 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Greenfox on March 4, 2011

I have been working on the lottery for about 4 years now and have gotten so close i could cry many, many times. Here's a little trick that works the majority of the time for pick three. Let's take the evening games for example. On Feb. 23 the numbers where 2-3-8. The evening game before that was 7-9-8. Ok now if i take a scientific calculator and get the square root of 2 and go left to right using the game before's number, which was 7, you land on 5. (This is starting after the decimal) But if you go over 16, which is 7, 1+6, you land on 0 which is the next evenings game. Ok now for 3, get the square root and go ever 9, which will land you on 7, but if you go over 18 (1+8=9) you land on 3 which is the next number. Now for the last one, 8. If you go over 8 it lands you on 2. 17 lands you on 9, but, if you go over 19 numbers there's your 6. Eight is the difference of 1 and 9, which are the center numbers of the last two games, day and evening.

I'm not sure how this plays out on other state lotteries but might help someone here in N. Carolina. This is an easier way for me to explain what i have found since all the numbers actually have more than a single digit square root. For the 0's and 1's you can look and see the pattern. Same for the single digit square's.

Not sure if i am supposed to post anything like this since i am new, so if i am not someone just let me know.

Burnsville United States Member #107244 March 4, 2011 853 Posts Offline

Posted: March 6, 2011, 8:28 am - IP Logged

Thanks for the welcome harve$t!!! This is something i have been working on a while now and it seems to work quite a bit. I have to reinstall office and i will get what i have on here. Maybe someone can see what i might be missing. Thanks again!!!

Dallas, Texas United States Member #4549 May 2, 2004 1736 Posts Offline

Posted: March 6, 2011, 5:31 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Greenfox on March 4, 2011

I have been working on the lottery for about 4 years now and have gotten so close i could cry many, many times. Here's a little trick that works the majority of the time for pick three. Let's take the evening games for example. On Feb. 23 the numbers where 2-3-8. The evening game before that was 7-9-8. Ok now if i take a scientific calculator and get the square root of 2 and go left to right using the game before's number, which was 7, you land on 5. (This is starting after the decimal) But if you go over 16, which is 7, 1+6, you land on 0 which is the next evenings game. Ok now for 3, get the square root and go ever 9, which will land you on 7, but if you go over 18 (1+8=9) you land on 3 which is the next number. Now for the last one, 8. If you go over 8 it lands you on 2. 17 lands you on 9, but, if you go over 19 numbers there's your 6. Eight is the difference of 1 and 9, which are the center numbers of the last two games, day and evening.

I'm not sure how this plays out on other state lotteries but might help someone here in N. Carolina. This is an easier way for me to explain what i have found since all the numbers actually have more than a single digit square root. For the 0's and 1's you can look and see the pattern. Same for the single digit square's.

Not sure if i am supposed to post anything like this since i am new, so if i am not someone just let me know.

Hope this helps someone.

Very interesting Greenfox! Welcome to LP! Don't get me lying to you, but here is what I came up with after reading your post:

2/22/11 798 <----- these digits are your counts (or combinations of these digits)

2/23/11 238 <------ get the square roots for these digits

2/24/11 ???

Square root of 2 = 1.414213562372095048801688724

Count 7 digits starting right of the decimal (.4-1-4-2-1-3-5-6)

Using a combination of 7 (1+6 as 16) (.4-1-4-2-1-3-5-6-2-3-7-2-0-9-5-0-4

Square root of 3 = 1.17320508075688772935274463415.......

Count over 9 places right of the decimal (.1-7-3-2-0-5-0-8-0-7-5-6-8-8-7-7) Starting at the second digit (7) would land you on the 7

Using a combination of 9 (1+8 as 18) (.1-7-3-2-0-5-0-8-0-7-5-6-8-8-7-7-2-9-3-5) Starting second digit (7) would land you on 3

Square root of 8 = 2.8284271247461900976033774484...

Count over 8 places right of the decimal (.8-2-8-4-2-7-1-2)

Using a combination of 8 (1+7 as 17) (.8-2-8-4-2-7-1-2-4-7-4-6-1-9-0-0-9-7-6-0) Starting at the third digit (8) would land you on 6

Winning numbers should be 036 for the 24th.

Just guessing. Might want to check me. Used the calculator in Vista for this one.

Burnsville United States Member #107244 March 4, 2011 853 Posts Offline

Posted: March 6, 2011, 9:47 pm - IP Logged

Hello Garyo, and thanks for the welcome.

Looks like you got what i was seeing to. 0-3-6 where the next nights numbers. Hope you can win some dough with it. I am working on getting this on here with office word to show it a little better. All i have worked on it with is paint and it won't let me paste from there on here. It has showed me alot of times that it does work. I can't really afford to play 10 or 20 sets of numbers each drawing and have been looking for a way to narrrow it down as much as possible to win some cash. Theres a little more on it i need to show (and figure out) but it should win some quite a bit. I appreciate you guys checking it out, and i will get back to getting what i have together for you all. BTW, Gary was my dads name!

This is the longsquare of 2. We are working with 7 from the evening game the night before. Bothbeing the first number drawn. Seven is used as 7, 16, 18, and 29. All theequivalents of 7 that can be used with the numbers that are given in thesquare. All the squares are either 30 or 31 digits long, so there’s no need touse 34, 43, and so on.

Now, seven digits over from the start here is 5, seven overfrom the right lands on 7. Both being equivalents of 16. 6-1 is 5, 1+6 is 7.

16 digits over from the left lands on 0 and from the rightalso on 0. 16 being 7 as 1+6.If it helps just do away with the digit before the decimal. Which I think weuse the 16^{th} because the 7^{th} digit over is 5 which alsoequals 6-1. Something to that effect. The 7^{th} from the right landson 7, which is the number we are working off of from the game before.

Now, if we go over 9 digits from the left it lands on 2,again our first # from the 23^{rd} game, and 9 from the right lands on8, which is the last number from the 23^{rd} game. 10 digits over fromthe left lands on 3, which is the center number from the the 23^{rd}game. 10 over from the right lands on 6 but if you look at the digit directlyto the left and look at those two numbers real close you will see what I amtalking about. I am using 10 now becauseof the center number from the 22^{nd} game, and 10 would equal 9+1.

Seems odd to me that 9 being in the center from the 22^{nd}game, coming from the left is the 1^{st} # of the 23^{rd} game,and from the right is the 3rd number from the 23^{rd} game. 10 overfrom the left, since we can only get 2 numbers from 9 is the center number fromthe 23^{rd} game. And 10 from the right plus the one to the left of it looks alot like 16 to me. Kinda makes me think there’s something there.

It all seems weird, but kinda makes sense. Still trying todetermine exactly what is going on with it but getting there. I will put theother 2 numbers on here and show how they worked out.

Green numbers are 7 over.

Blue are 16 over.

Purple are 9 over.

Red are 10 over.

1.1412135623730950488016987242097

You can't steal second and keep your foot on third!!!

Burnsville United States Member #107244 March 4, 2011 853 Posts Offline

Posted: March 7, 2011, 3:32 am - IP Logged

Hello CarliG. Yeah, i work evening draw to evening, and day to day. It's not an exact science for me yet but working on it. I am still trying to figure out the 1s and 0s exactly but will try it for ya and get it on here. Trying to get it narrowed down to where we can spend as little as possible without buying 20 different sets only to lose. I get on it for ya thoug . Thanks for the interset!!

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

“Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

Burnsville United States Member #107244 March 4, 2011 853 Posts Offline

Posted: March 7, 2011, 3:36 am - IP Logged

K, first if you are running Vista or 7 you need to change your calculator to scientific, which will drag the root out to 30 or 31 digits. A regular crackolator doesn't pull out the full. With windows 7 or vista, you will want to go to view and from there change it to scientific. With xp, i'm not sure. Haven't used it in a while. I will try on your numbers and see what i caome up with.

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

“Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

Florida United States Member #66575 October 30, 2008 3549 Posts Offline

Posted: March 7, 2011, 3:38 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Greenfox on March 7, 2011

Hello CarliG. Yeah, i work evening draw to evening, and day to day. It's not an exact science for me yet but working on it. I am still trying to figure out the 1s and 0s exactly but will try it for ya and get it on here. Trying to get it narrowed down to where we can spend as little as possible without buying 20 different sets only to lose. I get on it for ya thoug . Thanks for the interset!!

Thanks

I like to try out new and different ideas . I understand it doesnt work everytime , just trying to understand the steps so I can backtest and see if this method would help in Florida.

Burnsville United States Member #107244 March 4, 2011 853 Posts Offline

Posted: March 7, 2011, 3:43 am - IP Logged

And when you get the full square of 6 from the 23rd you will want to work off of 2 from the 22nd. Which will be 2, 11, 13, 24, and so on. Same for the 5 and 1, and 2 and 6. You'll have to look a little bit to see what i am talking about.

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

“Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.

Florida United States Member #66575 October 30, 2008 3549 Posts Offline

Posted: March 7, 2011, 3:50 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by Greenfox on March 7, 2011

And when you get the full square of 6 from the 23rd you will want to work off of 2 from the 22nd. Which will be 2, 11, 13, 24, and so on. Same for the 5 and 1, and 2 and 6. You'll have to look a little bit to see what i am talking about.

LOL This is exactly where I'm getting confused .

Okay switched to scientific and get 2.4494897427831780981972840747059

But where are you getting 11,13,24 ? and what do I do with them ?

I count over 11 , 13 ,24 --So I would have 4, 8 , 1, 4 and these are potential digits for first position ?

Sorry, Im sure it seems easy to you so thanks for you patience

Burnsville United States Member #107244 March 4, 2011 853 Posts Offline

Posted: March 7, 2011, 4:25 am - IP Logged

Ok CarliG ,

Here's your square of 6.

2.4494897427831780981972840747059

Since we are working off of the 2 on the game before, we go over 2 spots and we land on 4. Since it's 4 we wanna look for a number that would be similar to 2 and 4. 3-1=2, 1+3 =4. So let's start with 13. After the decimal, now go over 13 digits and that lands on 1, so i would try it.

Here is your square of 5.

2.236067977499789694091736687313

We will work off of 1 from the last game. Ok the first number after the decimal is 2. 21 digits over is 1, so let's try the 2 since 21 over is the number we are working from.

Ok, now the 2.

1.4142135623730950488016887242097

6 digits over puts us on 3. So look for 15, 24, 28, and so on.

15 over lands on 5.

24 over lands 8.

28 lands on 2, so get rid of it since it's the square we are using.

That leaves 5 and 8. I would probably play the 8 since 24 is the closest thing to 3 and 6. It comes in the center of the two digits.

So for the 24th game i would play,

1 - 2 - 5

1 - 2 - 8

That's just a quick run through of it. Hope you can see it. Should be prett close.

If you have any questions i will help all i can.

You can't steal second and keep your foot on FIRST!!!

“Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”.